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Who Were The Runner Ups For Best Original Screenplay/Best Adapted Screenplay?
1990: Avalon 1991: Boyz In The Hood 1992: Unforgiven 1993: Philadelphia 1994: Four Weddings and Acinetastic
I second this.
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Best Actress 2002- Who Deserved To Win?
I preferred this without the poll. Just sayin' it created a dialogue. 1. Moore 2. Zellweger 3. KidmDitto
1. Moore 2. Zellweger 3. Lane 4. Kidman 5. Hayek
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Best Supporting Actress- Are it's Days Of Being The Wildcard Category Over?
I think the Colman/Close situations shows a surprise can pop up anywhere. Are you sure all those yGabriel P. (gabspss)
I think Cusack (which I prefer and have seen many times people preferring over Weaver) had more passion that we imagine. The fact she got a nomination in the first place it's impressive.
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Best Actress 2001
Spacek among other things was actually supporting.I like her as an actress, but I'm not particularlyMonsoon
She literally made history as the fir
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Should Brie Larson have won in 2015?
I thought she was ok but still pretty boring and Tremblay clearly was the star of the movie. Overallwolfali
I'm so glad I read the words "I haven't seen Joy" after that sentence.
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Why Are All Of Our Replies Not Available To Be Seen In Our Profile Anymore?
I see them?Joe Burns
Bumping this because I'm still encountering the same issue.
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Greatest Best Original Screenplay Winners
Difficult to choose a "best" off all-time. Screenplays are so different, with subject matter,style aTirador51598
1. Her. 2. Network. 3. Manchester By The Sea. 4. Annie Hall. 5. Citizen Kane. 6. Talk to Her. 7. American Beauty. 8. Pulp Fiction. 9. Parasite. 10. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. 11. Juno. 12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. 1
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The 70s: Rank The Best Actress Winners
"Which one should I watch first? " Probably Coming Home. It's Hal Ashby, featureSam_Malone
I really really liked Glenda Jackson in A Touch of Class; funny, smart but also serious when needed to be. The movie was a lot of fun, reflected the zeitgeist and was obviously incredibly popular with the academy (and the public). I salute the acade
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