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    Hands down, Renee Zellweger for Judy. Alfre Woodard (who wasn’t even nominated) delivered the best performance.

    Olivia Colman is second.

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    Another thread so people can spill their hate. Congrats, Goldderby.

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    Another thread so people can spill their hate. Congrats, Goldderby.

    Where is the hate, lol?

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    Both of Tom Hanks’ wins.

    I would have voted for Fishburne and Freeman, respectively. And given Hanks the Oscar for Cast Away.

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    Lupita N’yongo doesn’t deserve an Oscar for a 1 minute crying scene.

    Jennifer Lawrence or Sally Hawkins should have won.

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    Mahershala Ali’s win for Moonlight (haven’t seen Green Book and probably never will because I love myself).

    I just didn’t see what was so brilliant about this performance (and this film in general).

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    Mary
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    Mahershala Ali shouldn’t have won for Moonlight. Michael Shannon should’ve won, but if Aaron Taylor Johnson didn’t get snubbed, he would’ve been the clear winner because he was incredible in Nocturnal Animals.

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    Mahershala Ali’s win for Moonlight (haven’t seen Green Book and probably never will because I love myself). I just didn’t see what was so brilliant about this performance (and this film in general).

    I didn’t mention Ali because I don’t think his Moonlight win is universally loved. It was a nothing performance. One of the worst winners of all time

    Anticipate "Hold My hand".

    Lady Gaga is a genius

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    I didn’t mention Ali because I don’t think his Moonlight win is universally loved. It was a nothing performance. One of the worst winners of all time

    I hesitated but I think this is a GD opinion. I have seen a lot of « Performances of the decade » lists in which he was very well-ranked.

    For example : https://time.com/5720170/best-movie-performances-2010s-decade/

    https://www.indiewire.com/gallery/best-acting-movies-2010s-performances/

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    This may be really unpopular but I saw nothing Oscar worthy in Regina King’s performance. It was great but ultimately I felt like it wasn’t deserved.Both of the The Favourite women were miles ahead of the rest of the competition

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    Frances McDormand in Fargo, and I loved her performance! I just found Emily Watson and Brenda Blethyn more deserving.

    FYC:

    Swinton, Weerasethakul Memoria, (Best Actress, Director)
    Efira, Rampling, Wilson Benedetta (Best Actress, Supporting Actress/Actor)
    Rapace Lamb (Best Actress)
    Stewart, Hawkins, Spall Spencer (Best Actress, Supporting Actress/Actor)

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    This may be really unpopular but I saw nothing Oscar worthy in Regina King’s performance. It was great but ultimately I felt like it wasn’t deserved.Both of the The Favourite women were miles ahead of the rest of the competition

    The Favourite women were leads though ☠️

    FYC:

    Everything Everywhere All At Once in every eligible category

    Hold My Hand - Lady Gaga for Best Original Song

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    Regina King is good in Beale Street, darling. but personally I wanted Marina De Tavira to win for her beautiful supporting work in Roma.

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    Nomadland(I am new not sure if the movie is loved here but It won too many awards for what it was) winning the oscar last year was a nonsense, let’s face it that movie is not very memorable it felt too much like the safe choice, I understand that it was a very bad year for the cinema but most people will forget the Oscars of 2020(a horrible gala didn’t help either). We went from Parasite to Nomadland It seems like a joke at least this year The power of the dog or west side story will win.

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