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  • Emil Petrov
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    #203750

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    BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR  

     

    • BEASTS OF NO
      NATION
    • BRIDGE OF SPIES
    • THE HATEFUL
      EIGHT
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD
    • THE MARTIAN
    • THE REVENANT
    • SON OF SAUL
    • SPOTLIGHT
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS
    • TRUMBO

     

    BEST ANIMATED
    FEATURE FILM OF THE YEAR

     

    • ANOMALISA
    • THE GOOD
      DINOSAUR
    • INSIDE OUT

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN DIRECTING
     

     

    • ALEJANDRO G. INARRITU
      THE REVENANT
    • THOMAS MCCARTHY
      SPOTLIGHT
    • GEORGE MILLER –
      MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    • LASZLO NEMEZ – SON OF SAUL
    • QUENTIN TRANTINO
      THE HATEFUL EIGHT 

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN WRITING, ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
     

     

    • EX MACHINA – ALEX GARLAND
    • THE HATEFUL
      EIGHT – QUENTIN TARANTINO
    • INSIDE OUT – BOB PETERSEN & PETE DOCTER
    • LOVE &
      MERCY – MICHAEL A. LERNER & OREN
      MOVERMAN
    • SPOTLIGHT – TOM MCCARTHY & JOSH SINGER

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN WRITING, ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
     

     

    • ANOMALISA – CHARLIE CAUFMAN
    • THE MARTIAN – DREW GODDARD
    • ROOM – EMMA DONAHUE
    • STEVE JOBS – AARON SORKIN
    • TRUMBO – JOHN MCNAMARA

     

    BEST PERFORMANCE
    BY A CAST OF A MOTION PICTURE
     

     

    • THE BIG SHORT
    • THE HATEFUL
      EIGHT
    • LOVE &
      MERCY
    • SPOTLIGHT
    • TRUMBO

     

    BEST PERFORMANCE
    BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
     

     

    • BRYAN CRANSTON
      TRUMBO
    • JOHNNY DEPP – BLACK MASS
    • LEONARDO
      DICAPRIO – THE REVENANT
    • MICHAEL
      FASSBENDER – STEVE JOBS
    • EDDIE REDMAYNE
      THE DANISH GIRL

     

    BEST PERFORMANCE
    BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
     

     

    • CATE BLANCHETT
      CAROL
    • BRIE LARSON – ROOM
    • CAREY MULLIGAN
      SUFFRAGETTE
    • SAORISE RONNAN
      BROOKLYN
    • CHARLIZE THERON
      MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

     

    BEST PERFORMANCE
    BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
     

     

    • PAUL DANO – LOVE & MERCY
    • IDRIS ELBA – BEASTS OF NO NATION
    • WALTON GOGGINS
      THE HATEFUL EIGHT
    • TOM HARDY – THE REVENANT
    • MARK RYLANCE – BRIDGE OF SPIES

     

    BEST PERFORMANCE
    BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
      

     

    • JENNIFER JASON LEIGH
      THE HATEFUL EIGHT
    • ROONEY MARA – CAROL
    • HELEN MIRREN – TRUMBO
    • ALICIA VIKANDER
      EX MACHINA
    • ALICIA VIKANDER
      THE DANISH GIRL 

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN FILM EDITING

     

    • THE HATEFUL
      EIGHT – FRED RASKIN
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD – MARGARET SIXEL
    • THE MARTIAN – PIETRO SCALIA
    • THE REVENANT – STEPHEN MIRRIONE
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS – MARY JO MARKEY &
      MARYANN BRANDON 

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN CINEMATOGRAPHY
     

     

    • BRIDGE OF SPIES
      JANUSZ KAMINSKI
    • THE HATEFUL
      EIGHT – ROBERT RICHARDSON
    • MACBETH – ADAM ARKAPAW
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD – JOHN SEALE 
    • THE REVENANT – EMMANUEL LUBEZKI

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN MUSIC ORIGINAL OR ADAPTED SCORE
     

     

    • INSIDE OUT – MICHAEL GIACCHINO
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD – TOM HOLKENBORG
    • SICARIO – JOHAN JOHANNSSON
    • THE MARTIAN – HARRY GREGSON WILLIAMS
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS – JOHN WILLIAMS

     

    • THE HAETFUL
      EIGHT – ENNIO MORRICONE (HONORARY WIN)

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN MUSIC ORIGINAL OR ADAPTED SONG
     

     

    • FURIOUS 7 – ”See You Again”
    • LOVE &
      MERCY – ”One Kind of Love”
    • SPECTRE – ”Writing’s on a Wall”
    • TED 2 – ”Mean Ol’ Moon”
    • YOUTH – ”Simple Song #3”

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN PRODUCTION DESIGN 

     

    • BRIDGE OF SPIES
    • CINDERELLA
    • CRIMSON PEAK
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD
    • PAN
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN COSTUME DESIGN

     

    • CINDERELLA
    • CRIMSON PEAK
    • MACBETH
    • MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    • PAN
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN MAKEUP
     

     

    • BLACK MASS
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD
    • PAN
    • THE REVENANT
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
     

     

    • IN THE HEART OF
      THE SEA
    • JURASSIC WORLD
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD
    • THE REVENANT
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN SOUND, MIXING OF DIALOG, MUSIC & EFFECTS
     

     

    • BRIDGE OF SPIES
    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD
    • THE MARTIAN
    • THE REVENANT
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS

     

    BEST ACHIEVEMENT
    IN SOUND, EDITING OF EFFECTS
     

     

    • MAD MAX: FURY
      ROAD
    • THE REVENANT
    • SICARIO
    • SPECTRE
    • STAR WARS: THE
      FORCE AWAKENS

     

     

    BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR BY NOMINATIONS

     

    • MAD MAX: FURY ROAD12
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Director / Lead Actress /
    Cinematography / Editing / Production Design / Costumes / Score / Makeup / Costumes /
    Visual Effects / Sound Mixing / Sound Editing

    • THE REVENANT10
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Director / Lead Actor / Supporting
    Actor / Cinematography / Editing / Makeup / Visual Effects / Sound Mixing /
    Sound Editing

    • THE HATEFUL EIGHT9
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Director / Original Screenplay / Cast
    / Supporting Actor / Supporting Actress / Cinematography / Editing / Score (Honorary Win)

    • STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS9
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Score / Editing / Production Design /
    Costumes / Makeup / Visual Effects / Sound Mixing / Sound Editing

    • BRIDGE OF SPIES5
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Supporting Actor / Cinematography /
    Production Design / Sound Mixing

    • TRUMBO5 Nominations 

             
    Picture / Adapted Screenplay / Lead Actor /
    Supporting Actress / Cast

    • THE MARTIAN5
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Adapted Screenplay / Score / Editing
    / Sound Mixing

    • SPOTLIGHT4
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Director / Original Screenplay / Cast

    • BEASTS OF NO NATION2
      Nominations

             
    Picture / Supporting Actor

    • SON OF SAUL2
      Nominations

    Picture / Director

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    Anonymous
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    #203752

    There are some incredibly unoriginal/overrated choices, but there are also some great nominees. Nice to see “Son of Saul” on the list. It’s probably better than most films in game (like Mad Max), but unfortunately it wasn’t made by Americans.

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    babypook
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    There are some incredibly unoriginal/overrated choices, but there are also some great nominees. Nice to see “Son of Saul” on the list. It’s probably better than most films in game (like Mad Max), but unfortunately it wasn’t made by Americans.

     

    Lolol!!!

    Never tell me you’re not political ever again.

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    24Emmy
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    This isn’t one of your better years. You didn’t even care about the category fraud.

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    Anonymous
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    [quote=”Vincelette”]

    There are some incredibly unoriginal/overrated choices, but there are also some great nominees. Nice to see “Son of Saul” on the list. It’s probably better than most films in game (like Mad Max), but unfortunately it wasn’t made by Americans.

     

    Lolol!!!

    Never tell me you’re not political ever again.

    [/quote]

    I’m not political. The Academy is. If “Son of Saul” would have been made by Steven Spielberg, the Academy would eat it up and it would even win BP.

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    babypook
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    [quote=”babypook”]

    [quote=”Vincelette”]

    There are some incredibly unoriginal/overrated choices, but there are also some great nominees. Nice to see “Son of Saul” on the list. It’s probably better than most films in game (like Mad Max), but unfortunately it wasn’t made by Americans.

     

    Lolol!!!

    Never tell me you’re not political ever again.

    [/quote]

    I’m not political. The Academy is. If “Son of Saul” would have been made by Steven Spielberg, the Academy would eat it up and it would even win BP.
    [/quote]

     

    Uh-huh. Actually this is what Amon Goeth’s household said after he had a chair kicked out from beneath him.

    I think you’re right in that SofS may have a handicap and for the reason we all suspect. We’ll never know, although Spielberg could use one of these around now.

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    Teridax
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    Whenever Spielberg has Oscar bait, every awards group and critic falls for it because they believe he has no flaws and can do no wrong. If Suffragette was about a group of white men and was rated R and directed by Spielberg, it would be winning all of the awards. It’s part of the reason for why The Big Short is getting sudden buzz; a group of white, straight men on Wall Street. If that was about women, would it really be in contention? Not really.

    Not true at all, the Oscars have NEVER liked Spielberg! His directing snubs for, Color Purple, War Horse, Jaws, the lack of a Best Picture nomination for Close Encounters, and both for Catch Me If You Can, Empire of the Sun, and my personal #1 favorite movie that’s he’s ever done, if not my favorite movie ever, A.I. Artificial Intelligence! Besides, I thought everyone agreed Suffragette was a generic, by-the-numbers, failed Oscar bait movie. It doesn’t have to do if Spielberg does or doesn’t do it, or if the people in it are male / female, white / black! Is the MOVIE ITSELF any darn good, that’s what’s important here. And Trumbo would be a COMPLETELY DESERVING Best Picture Oscar winner, in my opinion! I agree with Tom O’ Neil on Trumbo, the critics got that one wrong. I think it should have at least a high a RT score as freaking Star Wars: The Failed Awakening!!!

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    Teridax
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    Also, The Big Short might just actually be the Best Picture of 2015, it’s relevant, smart, thought-provoking, and even emotional affecting at times. If it loses the SAG Award for Best Ensemble Cast to Spotlight, I’m gonna be pissed.

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    Emil Petrov
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    Bridge of Spies and Trumbo for Best Picture? Michael Fassbender? Alicia Vikander and Rooney Mara in supporting? Fucking bye.

    Well I thaught both Spies and Trumbo were a good movies.

    Fassbender did not deserve a nomination.

    For me personally – Vikander is Lead, Mara is Supporting. But I do not get to make all the decisions.  

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    KubrickFan98
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    Some of you people have the backbone of fucking anti-Gamergate.

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    Emil Petrov
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    Well, it’s opinions. I am wondering atthe end how different the Oscars will be frim the TFA. 

    And anti-Gamergate?

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    Bradley Weir
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    Whenever Spielberg has Oscar bait, every awards group and critic falls for it because they believe he has no flaws and can do no wrong. If Suffragette was about a group of white men and was rated R and directed by Spielberg, it would be winning all of the awards. It’s part of the reason for why The Big Short is getting sudden buzz; a group of white, straight men on Wall Street. If that was about women, would it really be in contention? Not really.

    Well then it would be a completely different film.

    Actually if Spileberg did directed Suffragette, the film would have been better, because he’s one of the greatest directors of all time.

    Carol is about women and is in awards contention. Mad Max: Fury Road is about women and is in awards contention.

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    benutty
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    a group with “art” in their name and they couldn’t be bothered to recognize the most artistic film of the year (CAROL) for Best Picture, let alone in ANY of the below-the-line/artistic categories where its widely considered the best?

    okay. 

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    KubrickFan98
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    Well, it’s opinions. I am wondering atthe end how different the Oscars will be frim the TFA. 

    And anti-Gamergate?

    I think the fact that I spent most of my summer on the constantly negative, incredibly antagonistic Rap Genius forums makes me a bit squirmish towards forums that spend nothing but complain about “category fraud” like it’s the end of the world. Yeah, it can be a bitch sometimes, but I wouldn’t be lying if I said Rooney Mara deserves to have an Oscar, even if placed in the wrong Actress category. Besides, she won’t be nominated for Best Actress, so Supporting works in her favor due to the lack of competition in that category other than Vikander and Leigh.

    Also, the outright snobbishness towards Spielberg ticked me off. He’s not even one of my favorite directors, but the whole “period pieces with white men and spielberg equal big success at Oscars” (tell that to Catc Me If You Can, Amistad, Always, and Empire of the Sun) was just snobbish. Remember Life is Beautiful? That was a foreign-language film about the Holocaust that dominated the Oscars. Only difference between that and Son of Saul is that critics like Son of Saul.

    It seems that when the awards are just doing their job and nominating people in the studio-designated categories, some people on this forum have a triggered hissy fit like radical anti-Gamergaters. That shmuck with “No Category Fraud” in her profile pic is the biggest offender.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Why do the film critics groups keep on placing Rooney Mara in the Supporting Actress category? Don’t they actually see the films or do they just cut & paste?

    Alicia Vikander a double nominee in the Supporting actress category – very interesting – Oscar bound? I hope so! (altho TDG is a lead perf.)

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