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Pick One Set of Filmographies: Acting Winners by Year (2010s)
Firth, Portman, Bale, Leo
Dujardin, Streep, Plummer, Spencer
Day-Lewis, Lawrence, Waltz, Hathaway
McConaughey, Blanchett, Leto, Nyong'o
Redmayne, Moore, Simmons, Arquette
DiCaprio, Larson, Rylance, Vikander
Affleck, Stone, Ali, Davis
Oldman, McDormand, Rockwell, janney
Malek, Colman, Ali, King
Phoenix, Zellweger, Pitt, Dern
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    For the rest of your life, you are only allowed to watch films featuring the Oscar winners from a given year of the past decade. Which four filmographies are you keeping, and why?

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    2019 just for Pitt alone

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    I was gonna choose 2015 for Dicaprio and his insane filmography alone but the others.. chile

    I’d say 2019. Don’t care about Zellweger but the others do it for me

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    i don’t like phoenix as an actor (sue me) but he has a strong filmography. dern and pitt both also have great filmographies so probably 2019.

    the other winners with filmographies i care for are spencer, streep, day-lewis, moore and stone.

    regina king is always nice to watch too despite having her strongest body of work on TV.

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    2013 because of Cate

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    I think lots of people would pick 2015 for DiCaprio alone, but then you have to deal also the other three filmographies (yikes), so I can see 2019 the only rational choice here as you have Joaquin, Brad, and (maybe) Dern.

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    Brenda Meeks
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    2017 winners have the strongest filmographies.

    R.I.P Chadwick Boseman

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    Affleck (Interstellar, Good Will Hunting, Manchester by the Sea, A Ghost Story)

    Stone (Birdman, La La Land, The Favourite)

    Ali (Moonlight, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Hidden Figures)

    Davis (Doubt, The Help, Widows, Fences)

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    I went with Hathaway Bc she does movie across many genres . N if I have to rewatch movies over and over I would rather watch a silly comedy of hers than serious movies .

    almost went with Oldman and the rest but Oldman does a lot of crappy movies that overrides the love of rest of winners that year

     
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