EPL’s Oscar Picks 2016: Best Actress

We’ve reached the midpoint of our EPL Oscars extravaganza and now is a perfect time for a brief intermission.  Stretch your legs, grab a beverage, and then hurry back.  Next up, we have the award for Best Actress.

The Nominees Are…

carol-cate-blanchett-01Cate Blanchett, Carol

“Cate Blanchett was just plain stellar in a stellar film that should be on the best pictures list.”  — Lin Berryman

 

 

brie larsonBrie Larson, Room

“Brie Larson’s portrayal of her character was very multidimensional – maternal, creative, depressed, petulant, angry, and ultimately resourceful and resilient.  What a ‘wow’ performance.”  — Hilde Kaiser

 

j lawJennifer Lawrence, Joy

“I couldn’t vote for Charlize Theron so…”  — Joshua Corey

 

 

charlotte-rampling-45-yearsCharlotte Rampling, 45 Years

“I want a classy older lady to win.  She’s an amazing actress who has somehow never won.  Also, she’s looked better on the red carpet than starlets half her age.  Have I mentioned she’s a boss older lady?”  — Bridget Petrites

 

Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn

“Before seeing Brooklyn, I read the book and figured that there was no way I would like the movie as much as I liked the book.  Saoirse Ronan really brought the book to the screen.  She was totally believable.”  — Heather Ross

 

And the EPL Oscar goes to…

 

ronanSaoirse Ronan!

“Saoirse Ronan was this tender character who became bold.  She had no trouble becoming a combination of this young girl and this mature woman.  She seemed authentic in her emotions and flawless in her delivery.”  — Carley Pernokas

 

 

 

 

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