Tagged: Best Supporting Actress

Road to the Oscars 2013: Best Supporting Actress

Hiko Mitsuzuka takes a look at the women nominated for Best Supporting Actress in our Road to the Oscars series.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Supporting Actress

The five nominees for Best Supporting Actress are all bitches in their own way, says Kacy Boccumini. While Melissa Leo is the favorite for this award, a win is hardly guaranteed. Boccomini takes an in-depth look at all nominees.

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Jacki Weaver’s Oscar Campaign

Australian Jacki Weaver's standout performance in low-profile Animal Kingdom is making some people think she could be Best Supporting Actress.

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Supporting Actress of the 90s

The wackiest vote yet has Anna Paquin as the surprise Best Supporting Actress of the 90s, with 4 women finishing 0.3 points or less behind.

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Can ‘Greenberg’ Win Ben Stiller an Oscar?

Ben Stiller takes on a more serious role in the film "Greenberg." While Stiller has earned some Oscar buzz, Phil Wallace says his performance falls flat. Greta Gerwig though is someone who should receive consideration for her role, if only March films weren't overlooked by the Academy.

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‘Up in the Air’ is Truly a Film for Our Times

In these trying times, "Up in the Air" is a perfect film for this era and deserves multiple Oscars, Mallory Pickard writes. It's the favorite for Best Adapted Screenplay, and may get recognition for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Director.

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A Single Sensation: Firth, Moore Shine

Tom Ford's "A Single Man" is a gem, writes Kit Bowen. Given an opportunity to showcase his talents, Colin Firth gives a memorable performance as a lonely gay college professor. Julianne Moore is deserving of her first Oscar, Bowen says, while Ford's directorial debut is hard to top.

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‘Inglourious’ Femme Fatales Get Oscar Look

Brad Pitt may headline "Inglourious Basterds," but the Quentin Tarantino flick has fantastic performances from Diane Kruger and Melanie Laurent. Both women should get Oscar consideration, says Mallory Pickard, for their portrayals of femme fatales in Nazi Germany.

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