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    Marcus.H
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    Renee Zellweger in Judy
    Frances McDormand in 3 Billboards and Nomadland.

    When I saw this thread, I knew exactly Frances Mcdormand would be mentioned by you, who posted hate comments in every possible place, and even created a whole thread in the forum trying to dismiss her victory.

    If she hadn’t won this 3rd win, I doubt she would have been hated so much by some of you now. Ironically, her weakest winning performance was Fargo; instead, you chose her other 2 career-best ones as worst-ever Oscars performances.

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    When I saw this thread, I knew exactly Frances Mcdormand would be mentioned by you, who posted hate comments in every possible place, and even created a whole thread in the forum trying to dismiss her victory. If she hadn’t won this 3rd win, I doubt she would have been hated so much by some of you now. Ironically, her weakest winning performance was Fargo; instead, you chose her other 2 career-best ones as worst-ever Oscars performances.

    She’s is pretty bad winner for 3 Shitholes.

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    She’s is pretty bad winner for 3 Shitholes.

    Darling that film is excellent and would’ve been a better picture winner than The Shape of Water.

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    Darling that film is excellent and would’ve been a better picture winner than The Shape of Water.

    I’m shocked every single day I go into this forum and see that there are people who somehow don’t think that.

    FYC - Oscars 2022:
    NINE DAYS in all categories, including:
    - Best Picture
    - Best Director
    - Best Original Screenplay
    - Best Actor (Winston Duke)
    - Best Supporting Actress (Zazie Beetz)
    - Best Supporting Actor (Benedict Wong)

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    Emma Stone. I always thought Ryan Gosling was the stand out of that movie.

     

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    Sandra Bullock, easily.

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    Sandra Bullocks win was so bad it almost guaranteed that she wont win another oscar ever again.

    Julia Roberts was another bad one.

    Few others but this category more than most tends to get their winners right

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    Wait, people actually believed Portman danced in Black Swan? You can’t be serious. Her acting was fine though.

    FYC:

    Virginie Efira, Charlotte Rampling, Lambert Wilson Benedetta (Actress, Supporting Actress/Actor)
    Noomi Rapace Lamb (Actress)
    Kristen Stewart, Sally Hawkins, Timothy Spall Spencer (Actress, Supporting Actress/Actor)
    Penelope Cruz, Israel Elejalde, Milena Smit, Julieta Serrano, Rossy de Palma Madres Paralelas (Actress, Supporting Actor/Actress)
    Jim Broadbent, Helen Mirren The Duke (Actor/Supporting Actress)

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    I’m not shocked at all that people don’t understand the question.

    Like Bullock’s win is not the most popular for sure, but bad acting? That’s a bit extra.

    McDormand in Three Billboards? Zellweger in Judy? What are you all smoking?

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    Frances deserved all three of her Oscars. Sure there were always women as strong, or stronger in her category but she delivers. And she’s not the “same character” every time. Sorry she didn’t put on 20 pounds or was a crackhead or have big over-the-top melodramatic scenes.

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    I don’t actually mind Jennifer’s win that much as I do think the performance works… also the fact that she is horribly miscast in the role actually adds mystery/allure to the character (unlike her horribly miscast role in Hustle). But Wallis, Watts and Riva were much better. Not a winner but I always thought Chastain was very overrated in ZDT. The only memorable thing about that film was the Navy Seal raid scene, which had nothing to do with Chastain’s character.

    Several weak ones that come to mind. I don’t hate Bullock’s win (I’m a sucker for “inspiring sports”/family/sentimental films sometimes, and she’s not bad by any means) but she is very weak compared to Carey Mulligan and Gabourey Sidibe.

    Meryl Streep in The Iron Lady is the definition of too mannered and forced (a problem I have with some of her performances sometimes). Her best scenes in that movie are her dementia/older lady scenes. Viola Davis (despite her problems with the film, it doesn’t change the fact that she was very strong in her role) and Rooney Mara were much more deserving.

    Isabelle Huppert deserved that Oscar for Elle. And Amy Adams in Arrival was a lot better than Emma Stone, who I thought was just good, and was overshadowed by her co-star Ryan Gosling.

    I don’t think Natalie Portman does anything special in Black Swan. Really I think it just boils down to inspired/good casting especially considering Portman’s rigid acting style.

     

    Surprised it hasn’t been said on here much but Helen Hunt is amazing in as Good as it Gets. Yes the performance is a bit sitcomy, which fits the sitcomy movie but she definitely adds a lot of humor, warmth and charm to the role and the movie itself.

     

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    Bullocks acting in blind side was basic as hell. Her acting in crash was better than that hallmark acting.

     

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    Bullocks acting in blind side was basic as hell. Her acting in crash was better than that hallmark acting.

    She played a real-life figure and based on what I’ve seen from Leigh Anne Tuohy, Bullock nailed the woman’s whole persona. So although some prefered others to win the actual prize, I think calling her acting ‘basic’ and ‘bad’ is still a stretch.

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    Darling that film is excellent and would’ve been a better picture winner than The Shape of Water.

    Apart from Darkest Hour, what wouldn’t have been a better picture winner than The Shape of Water?

    Three Billboards was one of the best films in the Picture lineup (I personally preferred Get Out and Phantom Thread) and whilst I was rooting for Robbie, McDormand gave a phenomenal performance and was thoroughly deserving of her win.

    Oscars FYC:
    "Shiva Baby" – in all categories especially Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Score
    "Together" – in all categories especially Actress (Sharon Horgan), Actor (James McAvoy), Original Screenplay
    "CODA" – in all categories especially Supporting Actor (Troy Kotsur)
    "Everybody's Talking About Jamie" – Supporting Actor (Richard E. Grant), Supporting Actress (Sarah Lancashire)
    "I'm Your Man" – International Feature
    "Summer of Soul" – Documentary Feature

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    Apart from Darkest Hour, what wouldn’t have been a better picture winner than The Shape of Water?

    Three Billboards was one of the best films in the Picture lineup (I personally preferred Get Out and Phantom Thread) and whilst I was rooting for Robbie, McDormand gave a phenomenal performance and was thoroughly deserving of her win.

    People are still mad that Sally Hawkins lost, but she didn’t do anything special in that boring film. Robbie and McDormand were more deserving indeed.

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