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  • Dennis El Mar
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    Marion Cotillard – Rust and Bone

    Pam Grier – Jackie Brown

    Emile Hirsch – Into the Wild

    Linda Fiorentino – The Last Seduction

    Bette Davis – Of Human Bondage

    Irène Jacob – Trois Couleurs: Rouge

    Kristin Scott Thomas – Il y a longtemps que je t’aime

    Saoirse Ronan – The Lovely Bones

    Ryan Gosling – Blue Valentine

    Jake Gyllenhaal – Nightcrawler

    Rene Russo – Nightcrawler

    Dev Patel – Slumdog Millionaire

    Jim Carrey – The Truman Show
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    Chris Cooper – American Beauty

    Paul Dano – There Will Be Blood

    Tommy Lee Jones – No Country for Old Men

    Amanda Plummer – The Fisher King

     

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    dannyjude
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    Lillian Gish in “The Whales of August”. She was mesmerizing in that film and she wasn’t even nominated!

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    lady_bird
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    Best Actress (2006-2018)

    2018 – Toni Collette (Hereditary)

    2017 – Jessica Chastain (Molly’s Game), Jennifer Lawrence (Mother!)

    2016 – Amy Adams (Arrival), Emily Blunt (The Girl on the Train)

    2015 – Emily Blunt (Sicario)

    2014 – Jennifer Aniston (Cake)

    2013 – Brie Larson (Short Term 12), Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks)

    2012 – Marion Cotillard (Rust and Bone)

    2011 – Kirsten Dunst (Melancholia), Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin), Charlize Theron (Young Adult)

    2010 – I think the nominees are well deserved though I would have put Steinfeld in Lead then it’ll be great.

    2009 – Emily Blunt (The Young Victoria), Saoirse Ronan (The Lovely Bones)

    2008 – Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky), Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road)

    2007 – Amy Adams (Enchanted), Angelina Jolie (A Mighty Heart), Keira Knightley (Atonement)

    2006 – I like the nominees too and I would have put Blanchett in Lead.

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Ryan Gosling in First Man (best performance of this year)

    Kate Winslet in Wonder Wheel (best performance in 2017)

     

    LENA HEADEY hasn't got an Emmy for Game of Thrones????? Emmys you need to win her right now!!

    Lena Headey ("Game of Thrones") for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

    If Lena Headey doesn't win the Emmy, I'm leaving GoldDerby forever.

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    OneAndOnlyMe.
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    Besides All Emily Blunt Performances:

    • Emma Thompson, Saving Mr. Banks
    • Alan Rickman, Deathly Hallows (HP)
    • HBC, Deathly Hallows (HP)
    • Josh Brolin, Avengers: Infinity War
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    Chimichanggas
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    ·         Emily Blunt – A Quiet Place

    ·         Matthew McConaughey – Interstellar

    ·         Jennifer Lawrence – Mother!

    ·         Margo Martindale – August: Osage County

    ·         Ralph Fiennes – The Grand Budapest Hotel

    ·         Ewan McGregor – The Impossible

    ·         Tom Holland – The Impossible

    ·         John David Washington – BlacKkKlansman

    ·         Taraji P. Henson – Hidden Figures

    ·         Tommy Lee Jones – No Country for Old Men

    ·         Amy Adams – Arrival

    ·         Toni Collette – Hereditary

    ·         Nicolas Cage – Mandy

    ·         Timothee Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

    ·         Jim Carrey – The Truman Show

    ·         Steve Buscemi – Fargo

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    Hoster1
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    These two are unforgivable.

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    Boidiva02
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    Michelle Pfeiffer, White Oleander

    Halle Berry, Frankie & Alice (though I acknowledge a nomination was always a long-shot at best)

    Cher, Mask

    Renee Zellweger, Nurse Betty and Jerry McGuire

    Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler, Prisoners, Nocturnal Animals

    Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Nocturnal Animals

    Michael Shannon, 99 Homes

    I also think The First Wives Club should have gotten nominated for Goldie or Diane’s performance and on a related, non-performance note, should have gotten nominated for best adapted screenplay.

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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    I also think The First Wives Club should have gotten nominated for Goldie or Diane’s performance and on a related, non-performance note, should have gotten nominated for best adapted screenplay.

    I’m still shocked that The First Wives Club didn’t do much better in retrospect. It made a crap ton of money, well-received critically and stars three living legends.

    It’s entire awards history is weird, the only major precursor it got was National Board for Best Ensemble (deservedly so) and Satellite nominations for Midler & SJP (they’ll nominate anything though).

    It’s baffling it never made the Globes at all, it’s tailor made for them

    Their Comedy or Musical nominees from 1996

    Evita (winner) – they jizz themselves over musicals so yeah understandable
    The Birdcage – fantastic film, broad comedy, big stars, made crap to of money and always in Oscar hunt
    Fargo – Top 3 cohens and top 3 BP
    Everyone Says I Love You – how did this get in, it’s not exactly Allen’s best work, didn’t get any other noms from them & grossed less than half its budget
    Jerry Maguire – Top 3 BP contender

    Would’ve definitely replaced Everyone Says with First Wives

    As for their comedy or Musical actress (also, this the most Globes lineup in history)

    Glenn Close, 101 Dalmatians (stuff like this makes me love the HFPA)
    Debbie Reynolds, Mother (does this film even exist? Edit: Just saw it was her first film since 1976, so, a comeback narrative?)
    Madonna, Evita (Globes gonna Globes)
    Frances McDormand, Fargo (iconic performance, iconic role, BA winner in Top 3 BP contender)
    Barbra Streisand, The Mirror Has Two Faces (self-directed, big star, made money, Bacall was supposed to win)

    From that lineup would’ve replaced either Reynolds or Streisand with Hawn. It’s weird to think that her only individual nomination for FWC was from the Blockerbuster Entertainment Awards.

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    syrus80
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    Debbi Morgan – Eve’s Bayou
    Carmen Ejogo – Sparkle
    Amy Adams – Enchanted
    Angela Bassett – Waiting To Exhale
    Michael B. Jordan – Fruitvale Station

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    John Nguyen
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    Toni Collette hereditary

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    Boidiva02
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    I’m still shocked that The First Wives Club didn’t do much better in retrospect. It made a crap ton of money, well-received critically and stars three living legends.

    It’s entire awards history is weird, the only major precursor it got was National Board for Best Ensemble (deservedly so) and Satellite nominations for Midler & SJP (they’ll nominate anything though).

    It’s baffling it never made the Globes at all, it’s tailor made for them

    Their Comedy or Musical nominees from 1996

    Evita (winner) – they jizz themselves over musicals so yeah understandable
    The Birdcage – fantastic film, broad comedy, big stars, made crap to of money and always in Oscar hunt
    Fargo – Top 3 cohens and top 3 BP
    Everyone Says I Love You – how did this get in, it’s not exactly Allen’s best work, didn’t get any other noms from them & grossed less than half its budget
    Jerry Maguire – Top 3 BP contender

    Would’ve definitely replaced Everyone Says with First Wives

    As for their comedy or Musical actress (also, this the most Globes lineup in history)

    Glenn Close, 101 Dalmatians (stuff like this makes me love the HFPA)
    Debbie Reynolds, Mother (does this film even exist? Edit: Just saw it was her first film since 1976, so, a comeback narrative?)
    Madonna, Evita (Globes gonna Globes)
    Frances McDormand, Fargo (iconic performance, iconic role, BA winner in Top 3 BP contender)
    Barbra Streisand, The Mirror Has Two Faces (self-directed, big star, made money, Bacall was supposed to win)

    From that lineup would’ve replaced either Reynolds or Streisand with Hawn. It’s weird to think that her only individual nomination for FWC was from the Blockerbuster Entertainment Awards.

    Even weirder is that a year earlier the Globes completely ignored another iconic comedy film; Clueless which in retrospect seems like a big miss. In particular, it seems odd that Alicia Silverstone was not nominated for a Globe.

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    MoonlightTommy
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    Hailee Steinfeld in Edge of Seventeen
    Emily Blunt in The Devil Wears Prada
    Shirley MacLaine in Postcards from the Edge

     

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    Spark87
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    It’s not that these no-nominations upset me highly, but I would have loved to see these performances nominated:

    Clint Eastwood (Gran Torino)
    Johnny Depp (Edward Scissorhands)
    James Spader (Sex, Lies and Videotapes)
    Adele Exarchopoulos (La Vie D’Adele)
    Emily Blunt (The Devil Wears Prada)
    Rachel Weisz (My Cousin Rachel & Denial)
    Brad Pitt (Fight Club)
    Hector Alterio (El Hijo de la novia)
    Agata Kulesza (Ida)
    Kirsten Dunst (The Beguiled)
    Noomi Rapace (Man som hatar kvinnor)
    Linda Hamilton (Terminator 2)
    Brendan Gleeson (The Irish)
    Joe Pesci (Casino)
    Forrest Whitaker (Southpaw)
    Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Macy May Marlene)
    Helena Bonham-Carter (Fight Club)
    Alan Rickman (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2)
    Robert DeNiro (Jackie Brown)
    Annette Bening (Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool)
    Lea Seydox (La Vie D’Adele)
    Lena Headey (Dredd)
    Geoffrey Rush (Pirates of the Caribbean)
    Allison Janey (The Help)
    Juliette Binoche (Clouds of Sils Maria)

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    Luis Vigário
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    2019
    Nicholas Hoult in The Favourite
    Rachel McAdams in Disobedience
    Emily Blunt in A Quiet Place
    Tilda Swinton in Suspiria
    Julia Roberts in Ben Is Back

    2018
    Michael Stulbarg in Call Me By Your Name
    Alec Secareanu in God’s Own Country
    Holly Hunter in The Big Sick
    Sarah Silverman in Battle of the Sexes
    Rooney Mara in Una
    Jennifer Lawrence in mother!
    Aubrey Plaza in Ingrid Goes West
    James McAvoy in Split
    Josh O’Connor in God’s Own Country

    2017
    Molly Shannon in Other People
    Judy Davis in The Dressmaker
    Rebecca Hall in Christine
    Jake Gyllenhaal in Nocturnal Animals

    2016
    Jake Gyllenhaal in Southpaw
    Jacob Tremblay in Room
    Anna Kendrick in The Last 5 Years
    Oscar Isaac in Ex-Machina
    Nicholas Hoult in Mad Max: Fury Road
    Ryan Gosling in The Big Short
    Robert De Niro in Joy
    Emory Cohen in Brooklyn
    Mamie Gummer in Ricki And The Flash
    Jennifer Aniston in She’s Funny That Way
    Kristen Wiig in Diary of a Teenage Girl

    2015
    Mathew McConaughey, Interstellar
    Brad Pitt, Fury
    Bill Hader, The Skeleton Twins
    Ben Affleck, Gone Girl
    Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler
    Tilda Swinton, Snowpiercer
    Logan Lerman, Fury
    Jennifer Aniston, Cake

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