Tirador51598 replied to the topic Rank the Best Supporting Actor Winners of the 2010s in the forum Movies 2 months, 2 weeks ago
<p style=”text-align: left;”>1. JK Simmons.</p>
2. Christian Bale.
3. Sam Rockwell.
4. Brad Pitt.
5. Christoph Waltz.
6. Christopher Plummer.
7. Mahershala Ali – Green Book.
8. Mark Rylance.
9. Jared Leto.
10. Mahershala Ali – Moonlight.
Tirador51598 replied to the topic Greatest Supporting Actress Performance Nominated for Oscars in the forum Movies 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Dianne Weist – Bullets Over Broadway.
Amy Adams – Junebug.
Kim Hunter – A Streetcar Named Desire.
Sandy Dennis – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
Oprah Winfrey – The Color Purple.
Holly Hunter – Thirteen.
MoNique – Precious based on the novel Push by Sapphire.
Rachel Weisz – The Favourite.
Viola Davis – Doubt.
Eva Marie Saint – On The…[Read more]
3. 12 Years a Slave.
6. The King’s Speech.
7. Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance.
8. The Shape of Water.
9. The Artist.
10. Green Book.
1. Alfonso Cuaron – Gravity.
2. Bong Joon Ho – Parasite.
3. Alejandro G. Innaritu – Birdman.
4. Alfonso Cuaron – Roma.
5. Damien Chazelle – La La Land.
6. Ang Li – Life of Pi.
7. Guillermo Del Toro – The Shape of Water.
8. Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist.
9. Alejandro G. Inarritu – The Revenant.
10. Tom Hooper – The King’s Speech.
So excited to watch the series finale. Just saw the teaser and my god it’s going to be an intense acting showdown. Ever since, I knew for sure that Rose Byrne will get in the Best Supporting Actress lineup, but after watching the preview, I’m pretty much confident she’s winning the prize.
1. Elisabeth Moss.
2. Viola Davis.
3. Claire Foy.
4. Juliana Margulies (S5).
5. Tatiana Maslany.
6. Jodie Comer.
7. Claire Danes (S1).
8. Kyra Sedgwick.
9. Juliana Margulies (S2).
10. Claire Danes (S2).
Tirador51598 started the topic Ranks 2010s Emmy Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. in the forum Television 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I don’t know if this thread was already created, but if it’s not, I want to know all you guys’ ranking of this decade’s most competitive and blood-bath category the Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.
1. Sarah Paulson – ACS: People vs OJ Simpson.
2. Michelle Williams – Fosse/Verdon.
3. Claire Danes – Temple Grandin.
At this point of the series I’ll rank the supporting nominees based on how their likeability to bw nominated:
1. Rose Byrne.
2. Sarah Paulson.
3. Margo Martindale.
These three are inescapable presence in the series.
4. Uzo Aduba.
5. Tracey Ullman.
Great in their standalone episodes but didn’t see them much ever since.
6. Elizabeth…[Read more]
I loved the finale and I’m going to miss this show so much. It became a part of my life for 6 years and watching it end earlier made me bawl my eyes out hard.
* The ensemble should receive a nod for best casting in a drama series.
* There is no way Viola Davis is missing that spot in the Best Drama Actress lineup. The scene on the steps was…[Read more]
Finally caught up to Mrs. America’s fourth episode and the scene where Cate slaps herself in her hotel room is the final nail to Regina King and Merrit Wever’s Emmy coffins.
Favorites for the win:
Best Limited Series: Unbelievable
Best Actress: Cate Blanchett
Best Actor: Hugh Jackman
Best Supporting Actress: Rose Byrne
Best Supporting Act…[Read more]
2000: Marcia Gay Harden – Pollock.
2001: Marisa Tomei – In The Bedroom.
2002: Catherine Zeta-Jones – Chicago.
2003: Holly Hunter – Thirteen.
2004: Virginia Madsen – Sideways.
2005: Amy Adams – Junebug.
2006: Cate Blanchett – Notes on a Scandal.
2007: Tilda Swinton – Michael Clayton.
2008: Viola Davis – Doubt.
2009: Monique -…[Read more]
1. Casey Affleck – Manchester By The Sea.
2. Daniel Day- Lewis – Lincoln.
3. Joaquin Phoenix – Joker.
4. Colin Firth – The King’s Speech.
5. Matthew McConaughey – Dallas Buyers Club.
6. Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant.
7. Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour.
8. Eddie Redmayne – The Theroy of Everything.
9. Jean Dujardin – The Artist.
10. Rami…[Read more]
1. Cate Blanchett – Blue Jasmine.
2. Natalie Portman – Black Swan.
3. Julianne Moore – Still Alice.
4. Olivia Colman – The Favourite.
5. Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
6. Meryl Streep – Iron Lady.
7. Renee Zellweger – Judy.
8. Jennifer Lawrence – Silver Linings Playbook.
9. Brie Larson – Room.
10. Emma…[Read more]
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