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    Out of her 21 nominations at the Oscars which ones do you think Queen Meryl truly deserves to win and we’re there any other times where you thought she should have been nominated when she wasn’t

    IMO She deserved to win for
    Kramer v. Kramer-1980
    Sophie Choice-1983
    Silkwood-1984
    A Cry in the Dark-1989
    Adaptation-2003
    The Devil Wears Pravda-2007
    Doubt-2009
    The Iron Lady-2012

    And she should Have Been Nominated for
    Death Becomes Her
    The Hours

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    Into The Woods I need to see again too determine the outcome. Definitely should have won for Devil Wears Prada.

    Have a great day if you see this!

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    The Devil Wears Prada in the Supporting category.

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    Kramer Vs Kramer
    Sophie’s Choice
    Cry in the Dark
    Bridges of Madison County

    then just snub her for everything after One True Thing and it’s all good.

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    1978 BSA – The Deer Hunter
    1979 BSA – Kramer vs. Kramer
    1981 BA – The French Lieutenant’s Woman
    1982 BA – Sophie’s Choice
    1983 BA – Silkwood
    1985 BA – Out of Africa
    1987 BSA – Ironweed
    1988 BA – A Cry in the Dark
    1989 BA – She-Devil
    1990 BA – Postcards from the Edge
    1992 BA – Death Becomes Her
    1995 BA – The Bridges of Madison County
    1998 BA – One True Thing
    2002 BA – The Hours
    2002 BSA – Adaptation
    2004 BSA – The Manchurian Candidate
    2006 BSA – The Devil Wears Prada
    2008 BA – Doubt

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    I know right? This woman was so supporting in The Devil Wears Prada, that would’ve been a more logical third Oscar. No way she was Lead. She was gone for long parts of the movie, you know, probably planning how to be a fabulous bitch as Miranda Priestly.

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    Gosh, there are so many great ones. Sophie’s Choice is the obvious slam-dunk, and deservedly so. I’ve always been partial to her performance in Julie and Julia, as well (I can’t even count how many times I’ve seen it). I agree with a lot of posters that she should have been nominated in Supporting (and won) for The Devil Wears Prada, and I thought she was deserving in August, Osage County.

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    She is absolutely amazing in Out of Africa.

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    It’s funny how with all of Streep’s nominations there were really only two times that there was any suspense involved as to whether she would win or not. (For French Lieutenant’s Woman the thinking was she would win and The Iron Lady was really close with her and Viola Davis) All the other times the results were expected.

    If she’d won for French Lieutenant over Hepburn she’d have the record now with 4 wins.

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    Should have won for……

    Julie and Julia

    The Devil Wears Prada (in the supporting category though)

     

    Shouldn’t have won for The Iron Lady or be nominated for The Post. Two weak performances in poor movies

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    I would have given her wins for: Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie’s Choice, The Devil Wears Prada and The Post

    Unpopulqr opinion but Meryl’s witch in Into the woods deserved every inch of that Oscar nomination. Anyone wants proof? watch her last midnight rendition.

    Agreed. The nomination was definitely earned, particularly in a weak year.

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