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Video: The Five Biggest Oscar Nomination Shockers!

Video: Five Biggest Oscar Nomination Shockers!

Pop and Buzz editors weigh in on this year's biggest Oscar snubs and shockers! Plus, check out who we'll be rooting for during the big show on Feb. 27.

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Burkina Burkina 5 years
I've seen that term used to describe her character so many times and each time people claim not to be offended. I guess it depends where you live. The intention was not to offend you, sorry if you were.
lizlee89 lizlee89 5 years
I completely agree with the above comments that Mila Kunis did not deserve a nomination - she may have been dedicated to the role but her acting was normal good, not Oscar-worthy (even though much of the Oscars is a joke - I'm looking at you Gwyneth Paltrow). Barbara Hershey definitely should have gotten the nod over Mila. I also am not surprised about Matt Damon; he was good and likable, but, again, not Oscar-worthy. I was actually surprised about Jeff Bridges; he was good but I didn't think he was better than Ryan Gosling in Blue Valentine. One more thing; McFearless - "white trash?" Seriously? Not only is that so offensive and innappropriate, Melissa Leo deserves every bit of that statue...
lizlee89 lizlee89 5 years
I completely agree with the above comments that Mila Kunis did not deserve a nomination - she may have been dedicated to the role but her acting was normal good, not Oscar-worthy (even though much of the Oscars is a joke - I'm looking at you Gwyneth Paltrow). Barbara Hershey definitely should have gotten the nod over Mila.I also am not surprised about Matt Damon; he was good and likable, but, again, not Oscar-worthy. I was actually surprised about Jeff Bridges; he was good but I didn't think he was better than Ryan Gosling in Blue Valentine.One more thing; McFearless - "white trash?" Seriously? Not only is that so offensive and innappropriate, Melissa Leo deserves every bit of that statue...
Burkina Burkina 5 years
Give me a fucking break. Mila did NOT deserve a nomination. She played Blair Waldorf, nothing special.The real snub is Helena not winning a thing, and Melissa Leo winning for playing white trash.
Burkina Burkina 5 years
Give me a fucking break. Mila did NOT deserve a nomination. She played Blair Waldorf, nothing special. The real snub is Helena not winning a thing, and Melissa Leo winning for playing white trash.
LolaSvelt LolaSvelt 5 years
I'm sorry, if you were expecting Matt Damon to get nominated, you clearly were not following the race! Also the reason for Mila Kunis getting snubbed is a little ridiculous. She was good, but the Supporting Actress category is STRONG.
LolaSvelt LolaSvelt 5 years
I'm sorry, if you were expecting Matt Damon to get nominated, you clearly were not following the race!Also the reason for Mila Kunis getting snubbed is a little ridiculous. She was good, but the Supporting Actress category is STRONG.
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