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    Love this.

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    People keep saying this but she won CC. CC voters don’t vote for you unless they think you can win the Oscar. And she obviously has appeal with the industry.

    I feel like this really wise actually Bakalova vs Close. Youn losing CC and having zero precursor wins makes her incredibly unlikely to win in my mind, Colman isn’t winning again so soon, and Seyfried is lucky to be here. I really feel like SAG will come down to Bakalova vs Close as well, and whoever wins that wins the Oscar.

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    The writing made her character feel like a caricature but her performance I would say was well acted? She didn’t move me but her acting did have nuance unlike Janney in I Tonya.

    Yes, I agree. I don’t think it’s a particularly deserving performance, but I don’t think anybody in this category except Youn is particularly deserving. She’s good in that she manages to read some of the hackiest lines…well, but she can’t elevate the film because that’s probably impossible lol.

    But Youn’s lovely. We should all root for Youn. If they don’t give it Youn, honestly…just please let them give it to Glenn. I know everyone’s like OOH COLMAN VS. CLOSE 2.0 but Colman didn’t set the world on fire either. They’re both good, that’s it. Colman’s in the much better film, but other than that—eh.

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    What a legend! The record Oscar nomination will be a nice birthday present this week.

    “To get a Razzie and an Oscar nomination in the same year it’s pretty cool” pic.twitter.com/hU6g9Y9BIK

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    Close is winning.
    Real life character? ✔
    Transformative performance? ✔
    Overdue factor? ✔

    Only performance that made me shed a slight tear when he gave her his graded assignment. Bash all you want. The other performances are either too “cute” or “safe”. Academy likes edginess.

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    Close is winning.
    Real life character? ✔
    Transformative performance? ✔
    Overdue factor? ✔

    Only performance that made me shed a slight tear when he gave her his graded assignment. Bash all you want. The other performances are either too “cute” or “safe”. Academy likes edginess.

    HAHAHA edginess! She is literally playing a redneck grandma, how is thay edgy? Lol

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    People keep saying maria cant win this or be nominated there for that performance yet she keeps proving her doubters wrong.  I wouldnt count her out at the oscars given what shes done this awards season

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    Regina did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to win her Oscar. Just like Laura Dern. Those were career awards.

    Naw. Sorry. Regina King was fantastic in Beale Street. From the way she says “hey baby” in that pivotal conversation with Trish character to her scene with Victoria in Puerto Rico to the simple way she negotiated Fonny’s mother and daughters, she literally was the character from the book through and through, without needing dialogue.

    But that’s one of the things about this category. Since it’s frauded so often, we expected winners to have more screen time or do more scenery-chewing. The approach Regina King used in Beale Street was very similar to how she played Erika in The Leftovers—naturalistically, through tone and posture and immense restraint.

    Now—I thought Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz were both really good in The Favourite, but I think Olivia Colman outshone them in a film where they’re all leads. I like those performances a lot. I was maybe more impressed by Stone more because it was the first I saw her operating at a level where I was like “damn, she put in the WORK and now LOOK at her range!”

    But King deserved that win thru and thru.

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    Let’s go Glenn, I really thought her chances were dead but with this nomination, I think she can win, the field isn’t strong enough and she’s a living legend.

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    LOL I wonder if she was dropping a hint when she posted that pic.

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    People keep saying maria cant win this or be nominated there for that performance yet she keeps proving her doubters wrong.  I wouldnt count her out at the oscars given what shes done this awards season

    I don’t think anyone’s doubting Bakalova’s ability lol. I’m happy she got nominated! But she’s in a VERY non-Oscar film. It’s very hard to think of a performance in a film even remotely close to Borat that won: maybe Allison Janney comes closest, but I, Tonya is probably more dramatic than comedic. Marisa Tomei? The comedy bias is really strong. For the nod, I predicted her for one simple reason: there weren’t many strong competitors. She got in, like Melissa McCarthy, great. If she wins SAG, great. I’m just skeptical until it happens. If it does, I think it’d be pretty cool that the big awards finally start taking full-blown meta-screwball comedy seriously. It’s not the best performance of that kind I would like to see win, but it would be a good trend I suppose.

    So, yeah, dark horse sounds about right. Also lol never underestimate the fact that many people won’t want to see Borat 2. Honestly, I couldn’t care less—I watched it solely so I could see what the big deal about Bakalova was. Not everybody will do that.

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    I kind of think… Glenn Close is going to win this? I think what happened at the Globes and CC is that there was Glenn Close-fatigue from her recent wins. In other words, the same people who voted for her in the hopes that she would win the Oscar 2 years ago decided to spend their vote on someone else this time.

    But SAG voters obviously liked Hillbilly Elegy and now they are armed with the knowledge that Glenn is up for an Oscar. Knowing that, they might want to go her way. SAG is so big that she could still probably win if some of the people who voted for her for The Wife choose someone else. And if she gets SAG then I think she will take the Oscar.

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    If Glenn takes SAG, she’s winning this. I would love to see that happening just for the meltdowns.

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