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  • Bee
    Oct 25th, 2016

    I don’t remember doing this so I may or may not be doing it again;

    2000: Kate Hudson (Almost Famous)
    2001: Helen Mirren (Gosford Park)
    2002: Julianne Moore (The Hours)
    2003: Holly Hunter (Thirteen)
    2004: Natalie Portman (Closer)
    2005: Thandie Newton (Crash)
    2006: Adriana Barraza/Cate Blanchett (Babel and Notes on a Scandal)
    2007: Saorise Ronan (Atonement)
    2008: Viola Davis (Doubt)
    2009: Monique (Precious)
    2010: Barbara Hershey (Black Swan)
    2011: Octavia Spencer (The Help)
    2012: Amy Adams (The Master)
    2013: Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years A Slave)
    2014: Meryl Streep (Into the Woods)
    2015: Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight)
    2016: Naomie Harris (Moonlight)

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    John Nguyen
    Aug 2nd, 2017

    1999: Toni Collette, The sixth Sense

    2000: Marcia Gay Harden, Pollock

    2001: Carrie Anne Moss,Memento

    2002: Julianne Moore, The Hours

    2003:Shohreh Aghdashloo, House of sand and fog

    2004: Natalie Portman, Closer

    2005:Amy Adams, Junebug

    2006:(TIE) Adriana Barraza and Rinko Kikuchi, Babel

    2007: Amy Ryan, Gone baby Gone

    2008: Viola Dsavis,Doubt

    2009: Monique, Precious

    2010: Jackie Weaver, Animal Kingdom

    2011: Jessica Chastain, The tree of Life

    2012: Amy Adams, The Master

    2013: Sally Hawkins, Blue Jasmine

    2014: Emma Stone, Birdman

    2015: Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina

    2016: Michelle Williams,Manchester by the sea

    2017:Laurie Meticalf,Lady Bird

    2018: Emma Stone, The Favourite


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    Feb 16th, 2019

    Only years when I´ve seen at least three female supporting performances.

    1939: Hattie MacDaniel – Gone With The Wind
    1950: Thelma Rhitter – All About Eve
    1967: Estelle Parsons – Bonnie & Clyde
    1976: Beatrice Straight – Network
    1982: Kim Stanley – Frances
    1985: Oprah Winfrey – The Color Purple
    1990: Whoopi Goldberg – Ghost
    1997: Julianne Moore – Boogie Nights
    2002: Catherine Zeta-Jones – Chicago
    2004: Cate Blanchett – The Aviator
    2005: Michelle Williams – Brokeback Mountain
    2006: Meryl Streep – The Devil Wears Prada
    2007: Saoirse Ronan – Atonement
    2008: Kate Winslet – The Reader
    2009: Mo´Nique – Precious
    2010: Melissa Leo – The Fighter
    2011: Jessica Chastain – The Help
    2013: Jennifer Lawrence – American Hustle
    2014: Emma Stone – Birdman
    2015: Jennifer Jason Leigh – The Hateful Eight
    2016: Michelle Williams – Manchester By The Sea
    2017: Alisson Janney – I,Tonya
    2018: Amy Adams – Vice

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    Jul 30th, 2017


    Monique, Precious


    Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech (but outside of the nominees I would vote for Mila Kunis for Black Swan)


    Octavia Spencer, The Help


    Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle (I haven’t watched Nebraska and Roberts is so painfully category fraud it smacks you in the face)


    Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina (would’ve been fine with any of them except for Winslet since I haven’t seen her performance but Ex Machina is where it’s at for Vikander not TDG)

    2016 (tie):

    Lauire Metcalf, Lady Bird

    Allison Janney, I, Tonya

    2018 (tie):

    Rachel Weisz, The Favourite

    Amy Adams, Vice

    “No user starts this shady” - someone culturally relevant.

    Also got banned because...reasons? So, I guess ciao.

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    Feb 1st, 2019

    Beginning where I can complete the run (I’m still awaiting a “wow” performance from 1984)…

    1985 – Oprah Winfrey “The Color Purple”

    1986 – Consuelo De Haviland “37’2 Le Matin aka Betty Blue”

    1987 – Olympia Dukakis “Moonstruck”

    1988 – Catherine O’Hara “Beetlejuice”

    1989 – Kelly Lynch “Drugstore Cowboy”

    1990 – Dianne Wiest “Edward Scissorhands”

    1991 – Beatrice Dalle “Night On Earth”

    1992 – Robin Givens “Boomerang”

    1993 – Christina Ricci “Addams Family Values”

    1994 – Jeanie Drynan “Muriel’s Wedding”

    1995 – Angela Bassett “Strange Days”

    1996 – Lesley Manville “Secrets & Lies”

    1997 – Sigourney Weaver “The Ice Storm”

    1998 – Kimberly Elise “Beloved”

    1999 – April Grace “Magnolia”

    2000 – Chloe Sevigny “American Psycho”

    2001 – Kristin Scott Thomas “Gosford Park”

    2002 – Patricia Clarkson “Far From Heaven”

    2003 – Fenella Woolgar “Bright Young Things”

    2004 – Corinna Harfouch “Der Untergang aka Downfall”

    2005 – Emily Watson “The Proposition”

    2006 – Nazan Kesal “Iklimler aka Climates”

    2007 – Eva Mendes “We Own The Night”

    2008 – Dianne Wiest “Synecdoche, New York”

    2009 – Mo’nique “Precious”

    2010 – Olivia Williams “The Ghost Writer”

    2011 – J. Smith-Cameron “Margaret”

    2012 – Susan Sarandon “Jeff, Who Lives At Home”

    2013 – Lea Seydoux “La Vie D’Adele aka Blue Is The Warmest Colour”

    2014 – Rene Russo “Nightcrawler”

    2015 – Angela Bassett “Chi-Raq”

    2016 – Jena Malone “The Neon Demon”

    2017 – Lesley Manville “Phantom Thread”

    2018 – Jennifer Aniston “Dumplin”

    1) Seeing only the winners transferred to a list, it seems that The Academy rarely has my winner in their Top 5, disappointingly…

    2) 2018 is very much a work in progress (0/5 seen of the nominees, even if Weisz and Stone are destined to compete in Leading) – that said, I was pretty astonished by Aniston’s work and am surprised that Netflix never campaigned – especially as they were going to for Original Song anyway

    3) Anyone who doesn’t pick Mo’nique for 2009 is untrustworthy in my eyes (though I’ll make allowances for people who choose any of my runner-up Top 5 – Samantha Morton in “The Messenger”, Kristin Scott Thomas in “Nowhere Boy”, Anne-Marie Duff in “Nowhere Boy” or Angeliki Papoulia in “Kynodontas aka Dogtooth”

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    Feb 13th, 2017

    Not sure how many years I actually have a winner for.

    2018: Olivia Colman- The Favourite (or Rachel Weisz if I decide to follow the Oscars and put Colman in lead)
    2017: Laurie Metcalf- Lady Bird
    2016: Kim Tae-Ri- The Handmaiden
    2015: Marion Cotillard- Macbeth
    2014: Patricia Arquette- Boyhood
    2013: Lea Seydoux- Blue is the Warmest Colour
    2012: Amy Adams- The Master
    2011: Jessica Chastain- The Tree of Life
    2010: Jacki Wever- Animal Kingdom
    2009: Monique- Precious
    2008: Rosemarie DeWitt- Rachel Getting Married
    2007: Amy Ryan- Gone Baby Gone
    2006: Tie: Meryl Streep- The Devil Wears Prada/Jennifer Hudson- Dreamgirls
    2005: Michelle Williams- Brokeback Mountain
    2004: Rachel McAdams- Mean Girls


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    Aug 22nd, 2018

    Gonna start with the 20s/30s – sorry for the weird formating – I’ve saved these lists from a time when the forums of IMdB were still active and therefore some commands (like the blue-thing) do not work somewhere else. If anybody is interested in line-ups, just say so, otherwise I do not want to spam the discussion 🙂

    1939: Gladys George in [blue]The Roaring Twenties[/blue]

    1938: Fay Bainter in [blue]Jezebel[/blue]

    1937: Leonore Ulric in [blue]Camille[/blue]

    1936: Alice Brady in [blue]My Man Godfrey[/blue]

    1935: Karen Morley in [blue]Black Fury[/blue]

    1934: Una Merkel in [blue]Evelyn Prentice[/blue]

    1933: Aline MacMahon in [blue]Heroes for Sale[/blue]

    1932: Joan Crawford in [blue]Grand Hotel[/blue]

    1931: Mina Gombell in [blue]Bad Girl[/blue]

    1930: Marie Dressler in [blue]Anna Christie[/blue]


    1929: Marie Prevost in [blue]The Godless Girl[/blue]

    1928: Evelyn Brent in [blue]The Last Command[/blue]

    1927: Margaret Livingston in [blue]Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans[/blue]

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    Aug 22nd, 2018

    And the 40s

    1949: Thelma Ritter in [blue]A Letter to Three Wives[/blue]

    1948: Claire Trevor in [blue]Key Largo[/blue]

    1947: Joan Blondell in [blue]Nightmare Alley[/blue]

    1946: Anne Baxter in [blue]The Razor’s Edge[/blue]

    1945: Maria Casares in [blue]Les Enfants du Paradis [Children of Paradise][/blue]

    1944: Ethel Barrymore in [blue]None but the Lonely Heart[/blue]

    1943: Gladys George in [blue]The Hard Way[/blue]

    1942: Agnes Moorehead in [blue]The Magnificent Ambersons[/blue]

    1941: Patricia Collidge in [blue]The Little Foxes[/blue]

    1940: Barbara O’Neil in [blue]All This and Heaven, too[/blue]

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    Aug 22nd, 2018

    1980: Nancy Allen – Dressed to Kill1981: Kate Reid – Atlantic City1982: Lesley Ann Warren – Victor/Victoria1983: Sandra Bernhard – The King of Comedy1984: Annie Potts – Crimes of Passion1985: Mieko Harada – Ran1986: Barbara Hershey – Hannah and Her Sisters1987: Anjelica Huston – The Dead1988: María Barranco – Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown1989: Thuy Thu Le – Casualties of War1990: Jennifer Jason Leigh – Last Exit to Brooklyn (and Miami Blues)1991: Judy Davis – Naked Lunch (and Barton Fink)1992: Michelle Pfeiffer – Batman Returns1993: Rosie Perez – Fearless1994: Brooke Smith – Vanya on 42nd Street1995: Gina Gershon – Showgirls1996: Courtney Love – The People vs. Larry Flynt1997: Alison Elliott – The Wings of the Dove1998: Patricia Clarkson – High Art1999: Chloë Sevigny – Boys Don’t Cry2000: Parker Posey – Best in Show (and Scream 3)2001: Scarlett Johansson – Ghost World2002: Miranda Richardson – Spider2003: Holly Hunter – Thirteen2004: Patricia Rae – Maria Full of Grace2005: Amy Adams – Junebug2006: Fiona Shaw – The Black Dahlia2007: Amy Ryan – Gone Baby Gone2008: Penélope Cruz – Vicky Cristina Barcelona2009: Vinessa Shaw – Two Lovers2010: Olivia Williams – The Ghost Writer2011: Jennifer Ehle – Contagion

    A very inspired list. Nice to see some love for Nancy Allen in a vastly underrated movie; not sure whether I wouldn’t put her in lead though.

    Parker Posey is definitely underrated and she basically made Scream 3 the reason to watch the movie.

    Patricia Clarkson in High Art? Hmm, she was probably the best thing about this weird movie but the winner?

    Vinessa Shaw was very sweet and I think that Ehle is quite underrated in COntagion (she is in my line-up).

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    Apr 26th, 2013


    – 2000: Julie Walters, Billy Elliot
    – 2001: Norma Aleandro, El hijo de la novia
    – 2002: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago
    – 2003: Marcia Gay Harden, Mystic River
    – 2004: Joan Allen, The Bourne Supremacy
    – 2005: Tilda Swinton, The Chronicles of Narnia
    – 2006: Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls
    – 2007: Tilda Swinton, Michael Clayton
    – 2008: Cate Blanchett, The Curious Case of BB
    – 2009: Mo’Nique, Precious
    – 2010: Helena Bonham-Carter, Alice in Wonderland
    – 2011: Octavia Spencer, The Help
    – 2012: Julianne Moore, What Maise Knew
    – 2013: Agata Kulesza, Ida
    – 2014: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    – 2015: Mammie Gummer, Ricki and the Flash
    – 2016: Michelle Williams, Manchester by the Sea
    – 2017: Kirsten Dunst, The Beguiled
    – 2018: Margot Robbie, Mary Queen of Scotts


    – 1990: Whoopi Goldberg, Ghost
    – 1991: Linda Hamilton, Terminator 2
    – 1992: Michelle Pfeiffer, Batman Returns
    – 1993: Anna Paquin, The Piano
    – 1994: Dianne Wiest, Bullets Over Broadway
    – 1995: Mira Sorvino, Mighty Aphrodite
    – 1996: Renee Zellgerwer, Jerry Maguire
    – 1997: Kim Bassinger, L.A. Confidential
    – 1998: Kathy Bates, Primary Colors
    – 1999: Helena Bonham-Carter, Fight Club

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    May 20th, 2011

    My list is somewhere in there but can’t find it lol So here is the list since I saved it when I typed it out.
    1936 – Gale Sondergaard*
    1937 – Andrea Leeds, “Stage Door”
    1938 – Fay Bainter*
    1939 – Hattie McDaniel*
    1940 – Jane Darwell*
    1941 – Mary Astor*
    1942 – Teresa Wright*
    1943 – Gladys Cooper, “The Song of Bernadette”
    1944 – Angela Lansbury, “Gaslight”
    1945 – Eve Arden, “Mildred Pierce”
    1946 – Anne Baxter*
    1947 – Ethel Barrymore, “The Paradine Case”
    1948 – Claire Trevor*
    1949 – Ethel Waters, “Pinky”
    1950 – Thelma Ritter, “All About Eve”
    1951 – Kim Hunter*
    1952 – Thelma Ritter, “With A Song in My Heart”
    1953 – Grace Kelly, “Mogambo”
    1954 – Eva Marie Saint*
    1955 – Jo Van Fleet*
    1956 – Dorothy Malone*
    1957 – Carolyn Jones, “The Bachelor Party”
    1958 – Peggy Cass, “Auntie Mame”
    1959 – Shelley Winters*
    1960 – Janet Leigh, “Psycho”
    1961 – Rita Moreno*
    1962 – Patty Duke*
    1963 – Edith Evans, “Tom Jones”
    1964 – Edith Evans, “The Chalk Garden”
    1965 – Shelley Winters*
    1966 – Sandy Dennis*
    1967 – Beah Richards, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”
    1968 – Ruth Gordon*
    1969 – Goldie Hawn*
    1970 – Helen Hayes*
    1971 – Cloris Leachman*
    1972 – Shelley Winters, “The Posiden Adventure”
    1973 – Linda Blair, “The Exorcist”
    1974 – Madeline Khan, “Blazing Saddles”
    1975 – Lily Tomlin, “Nashville”
    1976 – Jodie Foster, “Taxi Driver”
    1977 – Vanessa Redgrave*
    1978 – Maggie Smith*
    1979 – Meryl Streep*
    1980 – Diana Scarwid, “Inside Moves”
    1981 – Jane Fonda, “On Golden Pond”
    1982 – Jessica Lange*
    1983 – Linda Hunt*
    1984 – Glenn Close, “The Natural”
    1985 – Anjelica Huston*
    1986 – Maggie Smith, “A Room With A View”
    1987 – Olympia Dukakis*
    1988 – Geena Davis*
    1989 – Julia Roberts, “Steel Magnolias”
    1990 – Whoopi Goldberg*
    1991 – Jessica Tandy, “Fried Green Tomatoes”
    1992 – Marissa Tomei*
    1993 – Anna Paquin*
    1994 – Dianne Weist*
    1995 – Mira Sorvino*
    1996 – Joan Allen, “The Crucible”
    1997 – Kim Basinger*
    1998 – Judi Dench*
    1999 – Angelina Jolie*
    2000 – Marcia Gay Harden*
    2001 – Maggie Smith, “Gosford Park”
    2002 – Catherine Zeta-Jones*
    2003 – Marcia Gay Harden, “Mystic River”
    2004 – Laura Linney, “Kinsey”
    2005 – Rachel Weisz*
    2006 – Jennifer Hudson*
    2007 – Amy Ryan, “Gone Baby Gone”
    2008 – Penelope Cruz*
    2009 – Penelope Cruz, “Nine”
    2010 – Amy Adams, “The Fighter”
    2011 – Jessica Chastain, “The Help”
    2012 – Anne Hathaway*
    2013 – Julia Roberts, “August: Osage County”
    2014 – Patricia Arquette*
    2015 – Alicia Vikander*
    2016 – Viola Davis*
    2017 – Laurie Metcalf, “Lady Bird”
    2018: Regina King*
    2019 – Jennifer Lopez, Hustlers

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    Dec 9th, 2018

    I went through all 104 posts on this thread and about 10 people have another winner than Mo’Nique in 2009. I think it’s safe to say this is the most popular Oscar win on this website?

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    Sep 4th, 2018

    1999 – Toni Collette, The Sixth Sense (I think she is one of the best actresses of our generation, cruelly overlooked by the Academy. This performance had so much heart and honestly, I believe seemed quite hard to tackle).

    2000 – Julie Waters, Billy Elliot (I loved this performance, JW was brilliant as always, but I may be biased because I am a Brit)

    2001 – Maggie Smith, Gosford Park

    2002 – Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago* (would be mental to not say that this is one of the Best Supporting Actress performance winners ever)

    2003 – Renee Zellweger, Cold Mountain*

    2004 – Cate Blanchett, The Aviator* and Sandra Oh, Sideways (Tie). Blanchett was brilliant as always and this shouldn’t have been her first but one of her numerous Oscars. But I also think Oh was cruelly overlooked here.

    2005 – Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener*. One of the three Oscar worthy performances and only three of Rachel Weisz I like alongside Denial and The Favourite. Le Carre adaptations should win more awards.

    2006 – Cate Blanchett, Notes on a Scandal and Abigail Breslin, Little Miss Sunshine (TIE). So I didn’t mind Hudson winning, but really the better performances that year were from Blanchett (one of her best of her career and of that decade) and Breslin. Toni Colette was superb in LMS too.

    2007 – Saoirse Ronan, Atonement (Honestly, it’s criminal Saoirse doesn’t have at least Oscars for all of her nominations and MQS)

    2008 – Penelope Cruz, Vicky Cristina Barcelona* and Amy Adams, Doubt (TIE). This should have been Adams’s first Oscar, but really it’s hard because Cruz had such a brilliant and memorable performance in VCB, it’s hard to overlook.

    2009 – Emma Thompson, An Education and Susan Sarandon, The Lovely Bones (TIE). Haven’t actually seen any of that year’s Supporting Actress noms, but really it’s criminal that these scene-stealing performers were overlooked once again.

    2010 – Amy Adams, “The Fighter”
    2011 – Jessica Chastain, “The Help”. Both her and Spencer were superb in this film, but it felt like she had the upper hand at brilliance.

    2012 – Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables*. I hate Les Miserables in all its forms (apart from the BBC series on now), but poor Fantine has been through enough already and Catwoman pours her tragedy into this role.

    2013 – Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle. This should have been Lawrence’s Oscar and not SLP.

    2014 – Emma Stone, Birdman. Again this should have been Stone’s first Oscar and not La La Land. (She also should have won for The Favourite)

    2015 – Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina (as mentioned above, this role is the one Vikander should have been nominated and won for, not TDG).

    2016 – Viola Davis, Fences*
    2017 – Allison Janney, “I, Tonya”* and Laurie Metcalf, Lady Bird (TIE). This really should have been a tie because Janney was undeniable in I Tonya (one of my favourite performances of the decade) but also another person who played a ( rather different) mum, Metcalf, was brilliant and it would have been great to see her achieve her triple crown.

    2018: Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk*, Amy Adams, Vice, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, The Favourite (TIE)! This is where it gets hard, all four of these performances should have won the Oscar. Adams was superbly terrifying in Vice, King was dramatically empathetic (her performance made me cry), both Stone and Weisz had extraordinary roles in The Favourite. This is the craziest tie ever.

    FYC GG : The Crown, Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), The Politician, Years and Years, Maura Tierney ("The Affair"), Russell Tovey ("Years and Years")
    FYC CC : His Dark Materials, Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Russell Tovey ("Years and Years")
    FY SAG : The Crown, The Politician, Years and Years
    FYC BAFTA : His Dark Materials, Years and Years

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