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    From last season alone:

    Cho Yeo-jeong–Parasite
    Willem Dafoe–The Lighthouse
    Adèle Haenel–Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    Elisabeth Moss–Her Smell
    Lupita Nyong’o–Us
    Park So-dam–Parasite
    Robert Pattinson–The Lighthouse
    Florence Pugh–Midsommar
    Song Kang-ho–Parasite
    Zhao Shuzhen–The Farewell

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    Idris Elba, Beasts of No Nation
    Oprah Winfrey, Lee Daniel’s The Butler
    David Oyelowo, Selma
    Jennifer Lopez, Hustlers
    Lupita N’yongo, Us

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    Mother deserved it’s Razzie nods. One of the worst, most pretentious films I’ve ever seen.

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    She probably did enough votes to nominated (convinced that the BAFTA five were the same Oscar five but because of the only 1 actor-in-1-category rule, her votes were nulled and actual 6th place vote getter Kathy Bates got nominated instead.)

    Kathy deserved her nomination tho. The true tragedy is Margot having more votes for Bombshell.

    Chromatica and Fetch the Bolt Cutters AOTYs yeah

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    Amy Adams, Arrival
    Maggie Cheung, Irma Vep
    Judi Dench, Skyfall
    Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained and Inception
    Idris Elba, Beasts of No Nation
    Jake Gyllenhaal, Prisoners
    Adèle Haenel, Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    Dakota Johnson, Suspiria
    Daniel Kaluuya, Widows
    Jennifer Lawrence, mother!
    Rooney Mara, Side Effects
    Lupita Nyong’o, Us
    Elizabeth Olsen, Martha Marcy May Marlene
    Florence Pugh, Midsommar
    Song Kang-ho, Parasite
    Octavia Spencer, Luce

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    Here’s my top 5 for each of the categories:

    Best Actor:
    1. David Oyelowo—Selma
    2. Ethan Hawke—First Reformed
    3. Jake Gyllenhaal—Nightcrawler
    4. Robert De Niro—The Irishman
    5. Asa Butterfield—Hugo

    Best Actress:
    1. Amy Adams—Arrival
    2. Awkwafina—The Farewell
    3. Lupita Nyong’o—Us
    4. Anya Taylor-Joy—The Witch
    5. Cynthia Nixon—A Quiet Passion

    Best Supporting Actor:
    1. Brad Pitt—The Tree Of Life
    2. Ben Kingsley—Hugo
    3. Michael Shannon—The Shape Of Water
    4. Alan Alda—Marriage Story
    5. Hugh Grant—Florence Foster Jenkins

    Best Supporting Actress:
    1. Zhao Shuzhen—The Farewell
    2. Tilda Swinton—Snowpiercer
    3. Cynthia Erivo—Bad Times At The El Royale
    4. Emma Watson—The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
    5. Chloe Grace Moretz—Hugo

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    Best Actor:
    1. Tom Hanks-Captain Phillips
    2. Taron Egerton-Rocketman
    3. Johnny Depp-Black Mass
    4. Joseph Godron-Levitt-50/50
    5. Jake Gyllenhaal-Stronger

    Best Actress:
    1. Amy Adams-Arrival
    2. Emma Thompson-Saving Mr. Banks
    3. Annette Bening-20th Century Women
    4. Kiki Layne-If Beale Street Could Talk
    5. Jessica Chastain-Molly’s Game

    Best Supporting Actor:
    1. Leonardo DiCaprio-Django Unchained
    2. Andrew Garfield-The Social Network
    3. Daniel Brühl-Rush
    4. Ben Kingsley-Hugo
    5. Idris Elba-Beasts of No Nation

    Best Supporting Actress:
    1. Samantha Barks-Les Misérables
    2. Claire Foy-First Man
    3. Annette Bening-The Report
    4. Octavia Spencer-Fruitvale Station
    5. Sienna Miller-American Sniper

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    My first two picks have already been mentioned (Adams and Thompson). Two performances that should have been win competitive.

    So here’s my other pick :

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", AMANDA SEYFRIED FOR "MANK", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    Kathy deserved her nomination tho. The true tragedy is Margot having more votes for Bombshell.

    I guess this is kind of off-topic, but I’m always kind of irked that people seem to portray Bates as the sole beneficiary of white privilege in the nomination process that year? The truth is, major studios did not have the balls to campaign Hustlers because it portrayed women of color using their sexuality to ascend to a position of power, which greatly upsets the systems that Hollywood tends to uphold. So, it was relegated to a relatively weak distributor while Bates had the backing of an incredibly strong distributor.

    That being said, when you think about the fact that Dern was sweeping based on her name alone, Pugh was able to easily get in as a recently-established actress in her 20’s, Robbie was a mindless namecheck, and ScarJo was able to net two nominations in the same year with ALL of them being backed by major studios while JLo wasn’t, it’s still kind of puzzling that people act like Bates is the only offender. White privilege is a systemic issue that is reinforced by studios and benefitted basically every other acting nominee that year regardless of precursors or critical praise, so the assumption that it only acts on a case-by-case basis when it’s convenient for people was always kind of offensive to me.

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    Kathy deserved her nomination tho. The true tragedy is Margot having more votes for Bombshell.

    Not disagreeing because I haven’t seen Richards Jenkins but I don’t doubt that Bates was deserving (when the material’s good, she’s always good), was just stating that she was in all likelihood actually 6th in the vote totals because of the 2 actor rule (also believe that Jolie was 6th in 2008 and got in because of Winslet’s dual roles).

    Absolutely agree about Margot in Bombshell though, after watching it and I couldn’t understand how anybody thought that Robbie was better than McKinnon.

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    I guess this is kind of off-topic, but I’m always kind of irked that people seem to portray Bates as the sole beneficiary of white privilege in the nomination process that year? The truth is, major studios did not have the balls to campaign Hustlers because it portrayed women of color using their sexuality to ascend to a position of power, which greatly upsets the systems that Hollywood tends to uphold. So, it was relegated to a relatively weak distributor while Bates had the backing of an incredibly strong distributor.

    That being said, when you think about the fact that Dern was sweeping based on her name alone, Pugh was able to easily get in as a recently-established actress in her 20’s, Robbie was a mindless namecheck, and ScarJo was able to net two nominations in the same year with ALL of them being backed by major studios while JLo wasn’t, it’s still kind of puzzling that people act like Bates is the only offender. White privilege is a systemic issue that is reinforced by studios and benefitted basically every other acting nominee that year regardless of precursors or critical praise, so the assumption that it only acts on a case-by-case basis when it’s convenient for people was always kind of offensive to me.

    The disdain for the Bates nod is wholly ageist. And the majority hadn’t seen Richard Jewell nor had any interest in it. Eastwood has a voter bloc within the Academy and they rallied behind her.

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    Agata Kulesza in Ida, Toni Collete in Hereditary, Kirsten Dunst in Melancholia, Mya Taylor in Tangerine, Jennifer Aniston in Cake, Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo in Nightcrawler, Kang-ho Song and Jeung-eun Lee in Parasite, Adam Sandler in Uncut Gems and Lupita Nyongo in Us.

    FYC:

    Best Actress: Viola Davis (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom)
    Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins (The Father)
    Best Supporting Actress: Ellen Burstyn (Pieces of a Woman)
    Best Supporting Actor: Leslie Odom Jr. (One Night in Miami)

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    my favorite not-nominated performance for each year (keepingit to only one except for some exceptions) :
    2019: Adèle Haenel – Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Octavia Spencer – Luce
    2018: Regina Hall – Support the Girls
    2017: Isabelle Huppert – Claire’s Camera
    2016: Adam Driver – Paterson and Kristen Stewart – Personal Shopper
    2015: Isabelle Huppert – Valley of Love
    2014: Kristen Stewart – Clouds of Sils Maria
    2013: Octavia Spencer – Fruitvale Station
    2012: Greta Gerwig – Frances Ha
    2011: Cocco – Kotoko
    2010: Juliette Binoche – Certified Copy

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    I’m so sad that there are only few people mentioning Chastain’s snubs in the last decade. Although I think she’s wonderful in Molly’s Game, her biggest snub for me is for A Most Violent Year. I hope she’ll get an oscar soon

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