Grammys 2018 was the year of the awards, and the winner was… well, it was a close race between the best and the worst performers of the year.
The nominees in this year’s Best Actor category were… well… well….
I don’t know what to say.
But I will say this: Grammies 2021 Best Actor nominees were a mixed bag.
The most popular and acclaimed performance in the year’s best awards, Jason Sudeikis’ performance as an aging rapper who has a past and future of his own, made the list, but not as the winner as expected.
He finished second in the best supporting actor category, behind Josh Brolin’s performance as a young, white boy on his way to being accepted into the inner city.
I mean, that’s not even the worst of it.
In fact, the worst performance of the night went to James Franco, who played a drug dealer who is in love with a young woman (Jodie Foster) whose mother is an alcoholic who kills her husband.
It was an incredibly unappealing and unprofessional performance, and I’m sure there are other performances that would’ve been better but didn’t make the cut.
I could probably go on and on about how bad Franco’s performance was, but I won’t.
It’s the best performance of this year and that’s just an incredible achievement.
(To be fair, Franco is also a nominated actor in the Best Actor for Best Supporting Actor category for his performance in The Disaster Artist, but we’ll let that one go.)
But even with all of that negativity surrounding this year, I think the nominations themselves were very well-deserved.
While I didn’t like every performance in this list, I’m very proud of some of the performances.
I don�t think I would’ve rated the performances that much higher had I known that the majority of the nominees would be nominated for their work.
And it’s not just performance evaluations, either.
This year, the Grammys recognized the best music video, music video performance, music videos of the decade, and music videos for children.
All of that really speaks to how big of a talent this year was, and it also speaks to the quality of music videos and music video work in general.
The awards ceremony is now over and the winners are announced on Tuesday, so it�s a good time to reflect on some of these nominations and the best performances that came out of the ceremony.
Best Actor (Brett Ratner): A young, handsome actor in a dark, moody film about drugs and loss who is on a collision course with the law.
Brett Ratner was a huge part of the Grammy Awards, and his performance was deserving of his nominations.
He played a young guy who is trying to make it in the world, and in the film he plays in which he plays, it�ll be hard to see a young person being on the other side of a law enforcement agent.
It�s an important film and it really shows the complexity of drugs, violence, and death, which is something that really resonates with people, and there is a lot of violence in this film.
But it was still one of the best of the entire Grammys, and Ratner�s performance is just a great example of the actor in this role.
(I am actually very sad to see him lose out, because I thought that he would have won, but he had an outstanding performance.)
Best Actress (Meryl Streep): I�ve heard from a lot, many people, who feel that she was nominated because of her roles in the two movies that she wrote.
And I think that�s fair enough, but this is a great film, and she is very well represented on the film.
It also brings back memories of her role in the hit musical musical about a girl whose family goes through a divorce and then her parents are murdered, and that�ll always remind me of that.
The film, however, was actually directed by John Ridley, who wrote the musical that she starred in, and he was nominated in this category.
I have to admit, I had a hard time picking between her and Meryl, because she is such an iconic and popular actress, but she was so good.
(It was also interesting to see that Ridley did not win, because the movie was nominated for Best Original Score, and a score of any sort is not nominated for that award.)
Best Supporting Actress (Natalie Portman): This was a tough one to choose.
I�m sure there were a lot more people who felt that Portman was a little bit better than Portman deserved.
I think she did an excellent job, and her performance in it was great.
She was a very tough and beautiful woman.
She really did a fantastic job.
(And she was also nominated in the Supporting Actress category.) I