Oscar-worthy Movie: Repulsion (1965)

This French beauty has made 113 films. That's not a typo. Her career has spanned four decades, and yet she has zero Oscars. C'mon, she was in The Umbrellas of Cherbourg! Don't know it? It's a French film where all the dialogue is sung and the action is divided into three parts, with time for a cry break. No respect from the Oscars for that? Fine.

Surely, Roman Polanski's psychological horror flick Repulsion would get Deneuve onstage to say "merci" to the Academy. But no. Snubbed again, despite her amazing performance as Carol, a woman who suffers a breakdown and mercilessly murders men who try to sexually assault her.