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    Berry being the first isn’t bothersome to me. Her being the lone nonwhite winner is enraging.

    Kathy Bates for Best Supporting Actress (Richard Jewell)

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    White Michelle would have never beaten Portman. So when would she have won her first of two Sasha?

    Kathy Bates for Best Supporting Actress (Richard Jewell)

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    Jennifer Tilly (1 nomination)

    This still blows my mind she has an Oscar nod. Don’t get the appeal of her performance at all

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    Ahem. Tilly should’ve won.

    THE OSCAR 100 (#50-46): Ingrid Bergman, James Coburn, Nick Nolte, Joan Allen and Anthony Hopkins

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    Ahem. Tilly should’ve won.

    THE OSCAR 100 (#50-46): Ingrid Bergman, James Coburn, Nick Nolte, Joan Allen and Anthony Hopkins

    Gotta disagree on that one. I think it should have been Uma Thurman.

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    Jennifer Tilly (1 nomination)

    This still blows my mind she has an Oscar nod. Don’t get the appeal of her performance at all

    She should have been nominated but for Bride of Chucky. One of the best performances of 90s.

    I never liked that movie tbh. Barely made it through the whole thing.
    Only part I liked was this:
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    I was talking about Weinstein stopping campaigning for White Michelle and concentrating solely on Ms. Hypocrite in 2012. I don’t care about Williams. She could stay oscarless for all I care. She only interested me when she was playing Jen on DC.
    As for the first black one. Everyone knows it should have been Whoopi but then one of the best actresses in history would die oscarless. And as for why only one black actress won leading golden dildo, it’s because Hollywood doesn’t cast them in movies worthy of their talents. The only black actress I would have nominated in leading actress category last decade is Emayatzy Corinealdi in Middle of Nowhere (I am probably the only person who has seen it). If it wasn’t for Riva I would have awarded her. On, and probably would have nominated Negga.

    I’ve seen Middle of Nowhere and she was indeed great…

    But Viola should have nominated and won for Fences in LEADING.

    IMO, Taraji should have been nominated for Hidden Figures.

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    Jennifer Tilly (1 nomination)

    This still blows my mind she has an Oscar nod. Don’t get the appeal of her performance at all

    She should have been nominated but for Bride of Chucky. One of the best performances of 90s.

    I never liked that movie tbh. Barely made it through the whole thing.
    Only part I liked was this:
    BOC

    Oh vinny vinny… why do I still like you? ???? You have so many awful opinions regarding things I like. lol

    Likeable

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    Kate Winslet for The Reader. I simply HATE the fact that because of Harvey she was nominated for this performance rather than Revolutionary Road.

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    Kate Winslet for The Reader. I simply HATE the fact that because of Harvey she was nominated for this performance rather than Revolutionary Road.

    Guess I agree with this, RR is so much better than The Reader plus her performance is light years ahead. Not to mention the ridiculous category-fraud everywhere else.

    As for Hunter, that performance towers over most, if not all the lead actresses who have won since then!

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    The biggest reason Kate won was because it was “her time” and the general competition. Vert few seemed to have much enthusiasm for her work in that film or the film itself. But yes, it was an awful victory. However, it wasn’t like her work in RR was all that worthy either.

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