Debate about outstanding actors but not nominated for an Oscar in 2015
Within the framework of the article, I would like to introduce the first 10 rankings of IndieWire.
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1. Paul Giamatti (Sideways)
Sideways is always on the list of the best films of the 21st century, and the highlight is Paul Giamatti.
Unfortunately, there were so many great actors in the competition, such as Johnny Depp, Clint Eastwood; or Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx (winners) all play true characters – the Academy’s number one priority.With Miles Raymond in the Sideways – a promising writer but unfortunately struggling with the deadlock of life and even recognizing how many years he himself goes astray …, Paul Giamatti has portrayed the essence of the show Johnny Depp in Finding Neverland, even more inspirational.
2. Kirsten Dunst (Melancholia)
Back after a long absence, Dunst made an impression of throwing away a decent, elegant dress to play the depressed bride in Melancholia.
Portraying the intricacies of the past, Dunst’s Justine helped her take the posthumous Cannes, beginning the second chapter of her career in Hollywood.
Not because of the scandal of director Lars Von Trier when he said “crooked” at the premiere Melancholia that the film itself, the character block Dunst over the wall conservative and inherent Oscar capital Older members prefer to appreciate more classical values.
3. Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
It’s not hard to see that most dramatic dramatic roles are usually plus points for Oscar, instead of a comedy role but rather a pure humor role, not a lot of internal variation. center.
That’s also an example for Ralph Fiennes when he plays a guy in the tough hotel in the four Oscars in 2015.
Having won two nominations with two classic films (Schindler’s List, The English Patient) proved that even if Ralph Fiennes has reached the scene without fail, the comedy is still worse than the ball.
4. Naomi Watts (Mulholland Drive)
At present the Australian star has two nominations but not for her best role: Diane Selwyn or Betty of one of the two best films of the 21st century.
The complexity of Diane or Betty’s psyche, as well as the los movies: it makes people dizzy but also admires.
Taking on the role of two hard-to-eat characters, Naomi has shown sheer power and subtlety as inferior to any Oscar winner.
But a hard-to-watch movie (which is still controversial nowadays) is hard for an actor who is very new at the time to create a belief. Oscar would be so sorry to let slip Naomi Watts that year!
5. Samuel L. Jackson (The Hateful Eight)
He is a Hollywood star, and although Samuel has been around for nearly 70 years, Samuel has been on the blockbuster hit single, The Hitman’s Bodyguard, last week.
The filming schedule is so thick, but it seems like he is not good enough for the Golden statue, his Pulp Fiction nomination was released nearly 20 years ago!
In The Hateful Eight 2015, Samuel reunites director Quentin Tarantino and is given a thorny shoulder – cold-blooded Marquis bounty hunter, extremely scary.
But Samuel’s top art is not only a vicious gaze, but a great scream in the shuddering shifts that he brings to the role.
Maybe the movie is too long and not PR the right way? Could Samuel L. Jackson, Oscar just be small?