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Literally Every Time Meryl Streep Has Been Nominated For An Oscar

This is a personal mission to prove that she is not overrated.

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So, unless you've legitimately been sleeping for 5 decades, you know that this is Meryl Streep:

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You also know that Queen Meryl is a superstar actress who is both iconic and legendary and also has no equal.

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Some people disagree, though...

Meryl Streep is overrated as an actress. She often overacts. Won academy for Kramer vs Kramer and had very small part.

Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn't know me but attacked last night at the Golden Globes. She is a.....

Ok, cooooooooooooool.

So, let's just take a trip down Queen Meryl's memory lane and look at every time she has been nominated for (or won) an Academy Award.

1979: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in The Deer Hunter

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Scratching her leg. Legendary.

1980: Won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in Kramer vs. Kramer

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1982: Nominated for Best Actress in The French Lieutenant's Woman

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1983: Won the Oscar for Best Actress in Sophie's Choice

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1984: Nominated for Best Actress in Silkwood

The soft smile! I am no longer able to speak.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences / Via The soft smile, I can't breathe.

The soft smile! I am no longer able to speak.

1986: Nominated for Best Actress in Out Of Africa

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1988: Nominated for Best Actress in Ironweed

Look at this absolutely iconic competition.
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Look at this absolutely iconic competition.

1989: Nominated for Best Actress in A Cry in the Dark

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1991: Nominated for Best Actress in Postcards from the Edge

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1996: Nominated for Best Actress in The Bridges of Madison County

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1999: Nominated for Best Actress in One True Thing

Queen Meryl walking the red carpet that was probably rolled out only because she was coming to the ceremony.
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Queen Meryl walking the red carpet that was probably rolled out only because she was coming to the ceremony.

2000: Nominated for Best Actress in Music of the Heart

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I bet you haven't seen this movie.

2003: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Adaptation

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2007: Nominated for Best Actress in The Devil Wears Prada

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Absolutely breathtaking: She is waving at someone who is not you.

2009: Nominated for Best Actress in Doubt

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2010: Nominated for Best Actress in Julie & Julia

Queen of sitting, queen of looking flawless, queen of smiling.
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Queen of sitting, queen of looking flawless, queen of smiling.

2012: Won the Oscar for Best Actress in The Iron Lady

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2014: Nominated for Best Actress in August: Osage County

Some fans wanted to take a picture with Queen Meryl!
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Some fans wanted to take a picture with Queen Meryl!

2017: Nominated for Best Actress in Florence Foster Jenkins

IDK what this movie is about!
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IDK what this movie is about!

So, in conclusion, I have made a video for you to watch every time that you think to yourself, "Oh, maybe I should tweet about how Meryl Streep is overrated!"

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