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7 Films Leonardo DiCaprio Should've Won Oscars For

It’s no secret that Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the Oscar’s most snubbed actors in Hollywood history. But in all honesty, we don’t need the Academy’s approval to know that Leo is also one of Hollywood’s brightest stars to date. Check out his most epic roles below — the ones that SHOULD have earned him the gold!

Leonardo DiCaprio, 41, has never failed to bring his A-game to every single one of his many Blockbuster hits. From portraying a plantation owner to an instant millionaire, Leo absolutely KILLS it every time. So why the shade, Academy? Leo’s Oscar-winning moment has been a longtime coming and we’re totally rooting for him to take home the statue on Feb. 28 for his role in . But until then, join us in remembering Leo’s seven most oscar-worthy roles!

We know we’re not the only ones who are just a tad bitter about our boy Leo never winning an Oscar. At this point, it’s kind of ridiculous, right? After all, he has been nominated five times now, his first nomination occurring when he was only 19 years old at that! The young actor was nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his portrayal of Arnie Grape in 1993’s What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. Considering he played a boy with a developmental disability — and brought tears to our eyes in the process — people thought he had a good chance of actually winning the gold! After he didn’t however, fans remained calm — he was still young after all.

So when 1997’s Titanic blew up, and became one of the most loved romantic flicks of all time, people assumed Leo was a shoe-in for an Oscar nod. Unfortunately for him though, while his costar was nominated, Leo was left out of the running entirely. Come on, his epic “never let go” speech was Oscar-worthy alone!

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