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  • Yalitza Aparicio - Roma

    103 43.83%
  • Emily Blunt - Mary Poppins Returns

    26 11.06%
  • Glenn Close - The Wife

    200 85.11%
  • Toni Collette - Hereditary

    22 9.36%
  • Olivia Colman - The Favourite

    213 90.64%
  • Viola Davis - Widows

    142 60.43%
  • Felicity Jones - On the Basis of Sex

    4 1.70%
  • Nicole Kidman - Destroyer

    21 8.94%
  • Keira Knightley - Colette

    1 0.43%
  • Lady Gaga - A Star is Born

    209 88.94%
  • Kiki Layne - If Beale Street Could Talk

    12 5.11%
  • Melissa McCarthy - Can You Ever Forgive Me?

    154 65.53%
  • Carey Mulligan - Wildlife

    6 2.55%
  • Julia Roberts - Ben is Back

    16 6.81%
  • Saoirse Ronan - Mary Queen of Scots

    4 1.70%
  • Other

    6 2.55%
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Thread: Best Actress: November I

  1. #641
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    Personally, I thought Hereditary was a hoot! But didn't it get a D+ Cinemascore? Collette isn't happening. This reminds me of last year when people were trying to make J-Law happen for Mother! when it was so clear Lawrence wasn't getting anywhere near an Oscar nomination. This race is between six contenders (sorry, Blunt and Collette). You just have to figure out which one is going to get the shaft.

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    Watch Legend get random Globe + SAG nods ala The Paperboy! Her role is certainly baity enough...


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    Quote Originally Posted by siowafc View Post




    Très chic!
    Hehehe! Some users can't tell the difference.

    Blunt Force

  4. #644
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    We're still talking about Hereditary?!

  5. #645
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    Quote Originally Posted by BYOB View Post
    Tapley's predictions:

    Frontrunners
    1. Lady Gaga, “A Star Is Born”
    2. Olivia Colman, “The Favourite”
    3. Melissa McCarthy, “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

    On the Bubble
    4. Glenn Close, “The Wife”
    5. Viola Davis, “Widows”
    6. Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma”
    7. Emily Blunt, “Mary Poppins Returns”

    Dark Horses
    8. Felicity Jones, “On the Basis of Sex”
    9. Nicole Kidman, “Destroyer”
    10. Toni Collette, “Hereditary”

    https://variety.com/2018/film/in-con...ce-1203020696/
    Yet, a plea to this year’s Academy electorate: Please spare some consideration for Toni Collette in Ari Aster’s impeccable if gruesome “Hereditary.” The horror genre has historically struggled to find a foothold at the Oscars, even if Collette’s only other nomination to date came for M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Sixth Sense” (admittedly a landmark release compared with “Hereditary”), and “Get Out” performed well just last year. It may take a major critics group to take the plunge on her before she and her colossal performance get a fair shake from voters, but if you’re asking this columnist, Collette deserves the Oscar.


    yasss fats!!! YOU have the power to keep her name around... I love that they keep mentioning her instead of just dismissing her. such a shame we still have to dismiss performances like that because of the type of movie.

    Tapley is right with most of his top 10. Felicitations jones tho? let her go lol. The reviews weren't even good for her performance lol.

  6. #646
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    Quote Originally Posted by superb View Post


    yasss fats!!! YOU have the power to keep her name around... I love that they keep mentioning her instead of just dismissing her. such a shame we still have to dismiss performances like that because of the type of movie.

    Tapley is right with most of his top 10. Felicitations jones tho? let her go lol. The reviews weren't even good for her performance lol.
    Collette deserves attention let's campaign


    2018 Best Actress Ranking: 1. Toni Collette | 2. Rachel Weisz | 3. Olivia Colman | 4. Emma Stone | 5. Glenn Close | 6. Viola Davis | 7. Lady Gaga | 8. Yalitza Aparicio | 9. Charlize Theron | 10. Joanna Kulig | McCarthy, Mulligan, Pike, Roberts, Hall, Fisher, Blunt, Ronan, Portman yet to see...

    2018 Best Sup. Actress Ranking: 1. Emily Blunt | 2. Amy Adams | 3. Marina de Tavira | 4. Sakura Andou | 5. Claire Foy | 6. Elizabeth Debicki | King, Robbie yet to see...

  7. #647
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    Aparicio will make Globes and BAFTA.

  8. #648
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-bravo View Post
    Aparicio will make Globes and BAFTA.
    More like Critics Choice and BAFTA.

  9. #649
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-bravo View Post
    Aparicio will make Globes and BAFTA.
    More like Critics Choice and BAFTA.

  10. #650
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    Why hasn't this thread been locked? I got a bit confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Lynch View Post
    Why hasn't this thread been locked? I got a bit confused.
    Yeah. What is going on?


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