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Tough Mother and Rookies Make Up Supporting Actress Oscar Race

Motherhood is a common theme for supporting actresses this year, from Emmy winners Laurie Metcalf and Allison Janney parenting lead actress potentials Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in “Lady Bird” and “I, Tonya,” respectively. 280 more words

Awards

Best Supporting Actress - 1971

Official Nominations: Cloris Leachman. Ellen Burstyn. Ann-Margret. Barbara Harris. Margaret Leighton.

Again the category is stacked with The Last Picture Show choices – Cloris Leachman picked up the win with  142 more words

The Oscars

The Oscar Quest Reconsidered: Ranking the Best Supporting Actresses

I originally posted a version of this list in early 2012. Mostly because I like making lists. There was no real methodology to it. I looked back at it at some point in the past four months and saw it skewed heavily toward personal preference. 716 more words

Movies

The Oscar Quest: Rankings (Best Picture)

Each time I write up Oscar categories for the Quest, I put rankings at the bottom. I can say what I want, but it really only gains perspective when I show you how I feel about each of the films or performances in relation to the others in the category. 1,784 more words

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The Oscar Quest: A Viewer's Guide (Best Picture)

The two macro articles I put up each time I do the Quest are the Viewer’s Guide and the Rankings. The Rankings are self-explanatory. The Viewer’s Guide is more universal. 4,212 more words

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The Oscar Quest: Rankings (Best Director)

Each time I write up Oscar categories for the Quest, I put rankings at the bottom. I can say what I want, but it really only gains perspective when I show you how I feel about each of the films or performances in relation to the others in the category. 2,426 more words

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The Oscar Quest: A Viewer’s Guide (Best Director)

The two macro articles I put up each time I do the Quest are the Viewer’s Guide and the Rankings. The Rankings are self-explanatory. The Viewer’s Guide is more universal. 4,630 more words

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