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December 14, 2019 at 4:31 am #1203235780
nothing in Johansson ‘s performance is groundbreaking too
This. She’s cringey in many scenes. That long monologue she gives to Laura Dern whining about her Marriage. It’s like girl shut up already no body cares. There’s people dying in hospitals and you’re whining about not wanting to be in New York.
Also don’t get me started on the over the top fighting scene with her and Driver. A scene with 0 nuanced. It looks like two kids yelling at each other.December 14, 2019 at 4:23 am #1203235778
Thats what I fully expect to happen. Zellwegger has no narrative. She is a low rent Glenn Close and Marriage Story will be a safe top 6 film. also LOL @ people pretending like Theron has a chance. She is lucky to Little Women flopped or else she’d be on the outside looking in.
Marriage Story is already underperforming with guilds lol. No once cares for Johansson, but Delusional GoldDerby users.
People aren’t impressed with Johansson playing herself. She’s basically an unlikable actress in Marriage Story just like she is in real life. People who think yelling and crying is a great performance know nothing about acting.
What Zellweger and Theron do in their films is far more difficult.December 13, 2019 at 3:11 pm #1203235301
Renée Zellweger & Charlize Theron’s roles are more similar to each other since they portrayed real-life people in their latest movies. However, Scarlett Johansson’s portrayal is fictional. So, while playing & immersing in their characters, Johansson created someone who doesn’t exist, whereas Zellweger & Theron created someone who already exist. It’s easier to compare Zellweger & Theron’s portrayals to Judy Garland & Megyn Kelly. Therefore, it’s easier to tell how real & convincing Zellweger & Theron’s portrayals feel. But with Johansson’s portrayal, it’s all about sensuousness.
Johansson is unable to create character. Marriage Story is just Johansson. Any decent actress can do crying and yelling, that’s easy.December 13, 2019 at 1:58 pm #1203235269
As far as this decade go, I’d say she gave more impressive performance than all Best Actress winners other than Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett and Olivia Colman. Just my opinion, though. Scarlett’s 1st would be better than Renee’s 2nd and Charlize’s 2nd, given all 3 films.
FYI: Charlize and Renee can do Marriage Story with their eyes close but Johansson can’t do Judy or Bombshell (It would be a failed attempt)December 13, 2019 at 12:32 pm #1203235203
Come on. You people really think Academy will nom Erivo? Who is clearly an inferior actress? It would leave a lot of laypeople confused, I think. Maybe I’m giving laypeople too much credit in their eye for acting…
It doesn’t matter when the person she’s playing is Harriet Tubman. She’s 4th right now and whatever Bee says doesn’t change that.December 13, 2019 at 12:01 pm #1203235152
You do know that ignoring the 3 major televised awards is stupid?
She doesn’t understand there’s been a divide with critics and industry voters. Last year was a big example of that. Glenn Close barely got any critics mention and still was competitive for a win. I don’t remember Malik being a critics favorite either and still won.December 13, 2019 at 11:18 am #1203235088
To dismiss Cynthia Erivo and act like regional critics mean anything when she got the big 3 is ridiculous.December 12, 2019 at 8:40 pm #1203234355
I hope Theron wins even though my Stanning is based on my love for her as I’m yet to see Bombshell (it won’t even play in my country). But A Star Is Born had 4 noms and went home empty handed
Yeah, but a Star is Born is 1 in 10. It’s more LIKELY to happen than not to happen. Simple STATISTIC.December 12, 2019 at 2:38 pm #1203234128
PUGH is not getting nominated. Her movie is doing terribly. Its leading star is not even a sure thing why would she get it?
Right now these are the contenders
1. Dern (CC + GG + SAG)
2. Lopez (CC + GG + SAG)
3. Robbie (CC + GG + SAG)
4. Johansson (CC + SAG)
5. Kidman (SAG)
6. Bates (GG)
7. Zhao (CC + SPIRIT)
8. Pugh (CC)December 12, 2019 at 10:45 am #1203233856
Ensemble: Once Upon A Time in Hollywood vs Bombshell. A movie about actors vs a timely film women and AFTRA voters will back. Bombshell reminds me of The Help and Hidden Figures.
Actress: Charlize Theron (Bombshell).
Why? Check below:
1) Lincoln– 4 sag noms carried its leading actor
2) Silver Linings Playbook– 4 noms carried its leading actress
3) Three Billboards– 4 noms carried its leading actress
4) Shakespeare in Love- 4 noms carried its leading Actress
5) American Beauty 4 noms carried both its leading actors
6) The King Speech- 4 noms carried its Leading Actor
7) The Fighter- 4 noms carried both its supporting actors (Bale, Leo)
8) Doubt- 5 noms carried Streep to a SAG win.
9) The Help- 4 noms carried its leading Actress to a Sag win and its Supporting Actress.
Actor: Joaquin Phoenix (Joker) vs Adam Driver
Supp Actress: Laura Dern (Marriage Story) vs Jennifer Lopez.
Supp Actor: Joe Pesci (The Irishman)
Stunt: Avengers End GameDecember 12, 2019 at 10:04 am #1203233780
Erivo is getting in people. Time to accept that. She’s playing Harriet Tubman, Diversity, and has Focus by her side who gets an acting nomination every year.
1. Theron (Lionsgate)
2. Zellweger (Roadside Attractions)
3. Johansson (Netflix)
4. Erivo (Focus Features)
FIGHTING FOR THE LAST SPOT
5. Ronan vs Nyong’o vs AwkwafinaDecember 12, 2019 at 9:24 am #1203233718
Erivo isn’t even competing for a win so how would she split votes with Renee? As far as Charlize Theron goes, Bombshell will go blank on all four of its nominations. Judy Garland vs Megyn Kelly? It’s a wrap. Renee has this.
Bee is the same person telling everyone Bombshell was getting shut out the day before SAG nominations. lolDecember 12, 2019 at 9:20 am #1203233713
Let me just remind everyone that Zellweger is not a lock to win.
She faces a Tree in a movie that’s going to get BP nomination.
and she faces the transformation of the year in a movie that’s peaking right now got the most SAG nominations. Theron is everywhere while Renee is absent.
Winning with 1 nomination is very hard especially a second one.