The little ginger queen who did the Best Supporting Actress tribute montage does a Best Actress tribute
It's not as great as his Best Supporting Actress routine, but he is really amazing as Marie Dressler in "Min and Bill" and Meryl Streep as "The Iron Lady."
And I give him props again for mixing really famous and cliched moments with incredibly obscure (but identifiable) ones--especially his choices for Jodie Foster in "Silence of the Lambs" and Helen Mirren in "The Queen."
Spot on Julie Andrews, Joan Fontaine, Streep, Fonda, Dunaway, Louise Fletcher (very well done), Kathy Bates, Foster, Swank (first time).
R10 I didn't support ANYONE in that picture, bitch.
Ms. Hunter, translating into ASL
me neither, R8
Nothing will ever top his Anne Revere from his BSA Oscar montage (it's out and out uncanny), but he's very good at a lot of them women. But as someone said above, he cannot do accents very well, other than Streep's as Thatcher.
He was more masculine as Marie Dressler than he appears to be in real life.
He was more masculine as Miyoshi Umeki than he appears to be in real life, r21.
Ms. Hunter -I never said that you did. Since this thread started out as a discussion of his Best Actress tribute, i mentioned your performance.