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    Viola Davis losing to Streep and Sandra Bullock winning an Oscar. Good god

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    Ellen Burnstyn in “REQUIEM FOR A DREAM was absolutely brilliant, for me, she gave the best leading performance of all actresses in 2000 and, i wonder if the academy members voted for Roberts for her popularity or for her talent… Saying that !… is a little bit ackward, because, we cannot judge theirs perceptions of acting, they are professionnals, and they know what they’re doing, but in my opinion, Burnstyn would have been a better choice !…

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    Meryl, Carey, & Sidibe losing to Sandra Basic.

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    I take that back. I hated Meryl in “Julia”. Scratch her name off my initial comment.

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    Dench to Mirren, Burstyn to Roberts and Huffman to Witherspoon are all awful losses. But I had to vote for “other” because the greatest crimes was snubbing some amazing acting work. Charlize Theron for Young Adult, Maggie Gyllenhaal for Secretary, Uma Thurman for Kill Bill and Tilda Swinton for pretty much everything come to mind.

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    Moore losing to Kidman. Did she do anything other than put on a prosthetic nose?

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