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    What three wins in any category at any award show pertaining to films was the most gratifying for you? I’m talking about ones that you actively watched/followed, hence the restriction of the decade since most people are in their twenties here.

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    Viola Davis (“Fences”) at the Oscars – well, duh.

    Lupita Nyong’o (“12 Years a Slave”) at the Oscars

    Olivia Colman (“The Favourite”) at the Oscars

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    I’ve been following the Oscars since 2015 and as a fan, Gaga winning will always be my favorite. Besides that one…
    1. Olivia Colman winning Best Actress
    2. The Shape Of Water winning Production Design
    3. Eddie Redmayne winning Best Actor

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    Moonlight winning Best Picture is probably my favorite award win, ever

    12 Years a Slave winning Best Picture was fantastic too

    Viola Davis winning Supporting Actress and completing her Triple Crown (though I wish she won lead). An accomplished, hardworking and exceptional actress finally getting her due

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    Nothing beats Olivia.

    But Natalie and Jen (sorry not sorry) come in second and third:


    Honorable mentions: Ex Machina winning Best Visual Effects and Roger Deakins winning Best Cinematography. I’ll think of some more later.

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    I’ll try not to cheat by adding four.

    The win for The Cove exposing the brutality towards our fellow creatures and the cavalier attitude towards collateral damage.

    The six wins for Fury Road which is the most spectacular stunt work I’ve ever seen etc etc

    How well Fincher’s Dragon Tattoo did where i believe it’s just as good as the original in it’s own way. Rooney Mara knocked me out. And that T shirt of hers.

    If I answered tomorrow the list would be different.

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    Woody Allen winning original screenplay for Midnight in Paris
    Moonlight winning best picture
    Melissa Leo winning supporting actress

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    Would have Davis’ win here but it really should’ve been lead and that taints it.

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    1. Moonlight winning Best Picture
    2. Ruth E. Carter winning Best Costume Design for Black Panther
    3. Roger Deakins winning Best Cinematography for Blade Runner 2049

    HM: Martin Scorsese winning Best Director for The Departed

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    1. Moonlight winning Best Picture
    2. Ruth E. Carter winning Best Costume Design for Black Panther
    3. Roger Deakins winning Best Cinematography for Blade Runner 2049

    HM: Martin Scorsese winning Best Director for The Departed

    That was the previous decade the Scorsese win (2000s). We’re now in the (2010s).

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    Melissa Leo, The Fighter
    Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    Viola Davis, Fences

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    1. Casey Affleck – Best Actor

    2. Her – Best Original Screenplay

    3. Call Me By Your Name – Best Adapted Screenplay

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    Damian Chazelle winning Best Director
    Leonardo diCaprio finally winning an Oscar
    Sandra Bullock showing up to the Razzies. Hahahaha

    I just love movies. And awards.

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