Reddit's Verdict: The 10 Most Unforgivable Oscar Snubs Ever

Reddit's Verdict: The 10 Most Unforgivable Oscar Snubs Ever
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Every year, when the Oscar nominations come out, movie fans jump to see if their favorites made the list, and there's always a bit of a letdown when they don't find them.

The Oscars are supposed to be about celebrating the best movies of the year, but they often end up making people talk about the ones that got left out, the so-called snubs.

Sometimes these movies or actors didn't get picked because they were part of a genre that the Oscars don't usually go for, like horror, or maybe they were in a movie that didn't have a big budget and not enough people saw it.

Thanks to the internet and places like Reddit, now anyone can say what they think about these snubs and share their picks for who should have been nominated.

There are a lot of these snubs that people can't stop talking about, like Samuel L. Jackson in Django Unchained or Amy Adams in Arrival.

These examples show how sometimes the Oscars miss out on some really great performances and movies, making fans wonder what could have been if they had been recognized.

So, this list is going to dive into those big snubs, the ones that got people on Reddit and everywhere else fired up because they show us not just who was overlooked, but also remind us about the amazing movies and performances that we loved, even if the Oscars didn't.

The Oscars will be held Sunday, March 10, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The ceremony is set to begin at 7 p.m. EDT.