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  • Aint2Proud2Beg
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    Are people serious??

    Lupita? Viola? Allison? Angelina?…….

    Apparently according to people over here EVERYONE who won didn’t deserve their award. And some of them had a list for days and didn’t even include Dern…the nerve.

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    Monsoon 🌊
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    Putting Viola Davis on any Worst list is laughable.

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    Miles
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    Viola Davis isn’t a bad win in terms of quality of performance BUT I still don’t forgive her for dropping down to supporting and stealing Michelle Williams’ Oscar. If that isn’t the definition of an outstanding supporting performance, I don’t know what is.

    And it wasn’t even worth it because Viola’s overdue narrative isn’t even over! Now there’s this prevailing notion that she has to win a lead Oscar for some reason. If she had gone for Fences, she either would have won that or won down the line for something else.

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    Erm
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    Marisa Tomei vs all others 4
    Judi Dench vs Lynn Redgrave
    Anna Paquin vs Winona Ryder for Age of innocence
    Laura Dern for an empty role
    Tilda Swinton Vs Ruby Dee and Saoirse Ronan for Atonement
    Catherine Zeta Jones vs Julianne Moore (The hours)

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    Monsoon 🌊
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    Naomie Harris in Moonlight >>> Michelle Williams hysterically crying in Manchester.

    Viola was lead in Fences. But to say she gave one of the worst performances ever is reaching.

    As far as Lupita is concerned, that was a star making, heart wrenching, emotional, tour de force. Yet that’s an all-time worst performance? Hmm some things ARE adding up. 🤔

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    boogawooga
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    Lol Nyongo’s amateurish performance sure was a tour-de-force in what not to do in acting.

    Then I wouldn’t have thought so, but just a year later, Patricia Arquette managed to top (or rather bottom) Nyongo with an even more unconvincing, amateurish, terribly executed performance. And she swept!

    After those two horror tropes, it was just year after year of just underwhelming performances being rewarded. Really makes you really wonder why this category even exists.

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    Monsoon 🌊
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    Lol Nyongo’s amateurish performance sure was a tour-de-force in what not to do in acting.

    If that was a non-Black actress portraying a woman whose been beaten, raped, & abused, some of you would’ve called it a master class. Let’s keep it real.

    The “soap” & whipping scenes were amateurish? GTFOH.

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    M: The Original
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    Viola Davis isn’t a bad win in terms of quality of performance BUT I still don’t forgive her for dropping down to supporting and stealing Michelle Williams’ Oscar. If that isn’t the definition of an outstanding supporting performance, I don’t know what is.

    And it wasn’t even worth it because Viola’s overdue narrative isn’t even over! Now there’s this prevailing notion that she has to win a lead Oscar for some reason. If she had gone for Fences, she either would have won that or won down the line for something else.

    Michelle Williams will definitely win a lead actress Oscar pretty soon.

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    jez89
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    Don’t lump Regina King into this trash. She was excellent and earned her Oscar fair and square.

    King wasn’t bad but it was a forgettable performance and a boring film. However she was excellent in Watchmen.

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    King wasn’t bad but it was a forgettable performance and a boring film. However she was excellent in Watchmen.

    Dern was the most recent forgettable one, not King.

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    Skyler Lindquist
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    I really liked most of the performances talked about here, but maybe I’m just a sucker. My pick is Estelle Parsons for Bonnie and Clyde.

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    FilmRoyalty
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    King would have been worthy in Ray. She blew that role out of the water.

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    1. Ingrid Bergman (a confoundingly useless performance, never manages to find an effective tone, has superficial and out of place facial tics, does not sustain any emotion, and the attempted accent fails to be lived-in, only drawing more attention to the artificiality of it all)
    2. Margaret Rutherford (absolutely forgettable, a slightly bumbling old lady role, sits in an airport)
    3. Alicia Vikander (obvious, bland acting and a hideous case of category fraud; her generic take on this amazing role is what allowed it to seem more “supporting”)
    4. Geena Davis (I wish it wasn’t so, but in that movie all she does is act cutesy, it’s not very funny, not very emotional, not very insightful)
    5. Jennifer Hudson (clearly amateur when she’s not singing and even then she fails to convey a full scope of personality or devastation; plus it’s another category fraud case)
    6. Allison Janney (caricature performance, moderately amusing but not as much as Melissa Leo’s similar turn from the same decade; Janney fails to make the role as haunting as it should have been and feels inauthentic to both the time period and the character’s physical state)

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    Glenn Close. Just putting this here if it happens. It would be number 1.

    #12 for 2021 SAG Film Award Winners.

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