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Best Actress: 2016
Amy Adams (Arrival)
Isabelle Huppert (Elle)
Ruth Negga (Loving)
Natalie Portman (Jackie)
Emma Stone (La La Land)
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    These are my Best Actress nominees for 2016. Feel free to vote for your pick.

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    SayMyName
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    1. Huppert

    2. Portman
    3. Adams
    4. Negga
    5. Stone

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    Pulp
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    I voted Portman, Adams and Huppert would be tied for a not that close 2nd, then Stone, and Negga in last place.

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    Stegeo
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    Natalegend

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    DameAudrey
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    Isabelle Huppert’s was very inexpressive and disgusting in that crap called Elle. It is such a mysoginistic movie. As the Academy always goes right, the most iconic performance won.

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    sofan
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    Huppert > Portman > Adams >>> Negga >>> Stone

    I’d have preferred to see Rebecca Hall here too. She gives a fantastic performance in Christine.

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    Miles
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    Natalie Portman
    Emma Stone
    Amy Adams and Ruth Negga (tie)
    Stil haven’t seen Elle

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    Heart of Cinema
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    Viola Davis should have won this instead of Supporting.  I am glad Emma Stone beat Isabelle Huppert.  Elle was garbage.

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    VeraDoyle
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    Elle was the best movie of 2016 and Isabelle gave the best female performance of 2016. End of the story.

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    Anonymous
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    Huppert and Portman were basically equal for me. This line-up needed Beckinsale and Hall to make it legendary.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    Of this lineup, Stone and Portman were the most deserving. Overall though, Annette Bening in 20th Century Women was the best of the year.

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    Miles
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    Hailee Steinfeld was my winner this year, with Sally Field as a close second.

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    Gain
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    1. Negga
    2. Adams
    3. Stone
    4. Huppert

    529761485013581043. Portman

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    Anthony
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    Viola Davis should have been here. And it would’ve been a deserving win and it would’ve given Naomie Harris my vote in Supporting.

    As it stands:

    #1-Portman
    2-Huppert
    3-Adams
    4-Negga
    5-Stone (it wasn’t a bad performance but once I saw it gained traction as a winning performance, I was baffled)

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    JROCK1772
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    If I were to have bumped out Meryl, I would’ve added Viola to the mix for her LEAD role in Fences (with Michelle Williams getting the supporting win and Molly Shannon sneaking into the category).

    In my opinion, the ladies would rank as follows:
    1. Natalie Portman (deserving of a second win)
    2. Viola Davis (she should have won in 2011)
    3. Isabelle Huppert (great performance, somewhat vapid expression)
    4. Emma Stone
    5. Ruth Negga

    Adams and Bening would’ve been my close contenders, along with Sonia Braga in Aquarius, Streep, Henson, and Chastain.

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