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  • Kwame
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    #1202183801

    All the reviews have highlighted the performances and are backed up with the perfect RT and near perfect metacritic score as of now for CMBYN. The only thing being overestimated right now is movies like mother! where y’all lost ur shit on pfeiffer in the trailer and claiming she’s getting nominated and win where all she does in the trailer is say 3 lines and get felt up by ed harris something an extra can do. Least u guys would’ve had a better argument for j-law being nominated/winning since she’s doing her typical overacting that’s gotten her a nom and we can actually see her doing something on the trailer.

     

    Chris Beachum
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    The Oscar predictions center is now open with the first 6 categories. Have fun!!

    Details and instructions below…

    forwardswill
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    First predictions…

    Best Picture

    1. Dunkirk
    2. Call Me by Your Name
    3. The Papers
    4. Last Flying Flag
    5. Phantom Thread
    6. Mudbound
    7. The Darkest Hour
    8. Downsizing
    9. Get Out

    Best Director
    1. Christopher Nolan (Dunkirk)
    2. Luca Duadagnino (Call Me by Your Name)
    3. Richard Linklater (Last Flying Flag)
    4. Steven Spielberg (The Papers)
    5. Paul Thomas Anderson (Phantom Thread)

    Best Actor
    1. Gary Oldman (The Darkest Hour)
    2. Daniel Day-Lewis (Phantom Thread)
    3. Timothee Chalamet (Call Me by Your Name)
    4. Bryan Cranston (Last Flying Flag)
    5. Andrew Garfield (Breathe)

    Best Actress
    1. Kate Winslet (Wonder Wheel)
    2. Judi Dench (Victoria and Abdul)
    3. Meryl Streep (The Papers)
    4. Annette Bening (Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool)
    5. Claire Foy (Breathe)

    Best Supporting Actor
    1. Willem Dafoe (The Florida Project)
    2. Armie Hammer (Call Me by Your Name)
    3. Jason Mitchell (Mudbound)
    4. Michael Shannon (The Current War)
    5. Mark Rylance (Dunkirk)

    Best Supporting Actress
    1. Melissa Leo (Novitiate)
    2. Mary J. Blige (Mudbound)
    3. Kristen Scott Thomas (The Darkest Hour)
    4. Julie Walters (Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool)
    5. Sarah Paulson (The Papers)

    pulp50
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    #1202183956

    Shit, I still have no idea about anything and the center is already open.

    forwardswill
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    #1202183963

    Shit, I still have no idea about anything and the center is already open.

    This was me ahahah. Have 0 confidence in any prediction other than Dunkirk nominated in Best Picture.

    pulp50
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    #1202183964

    I noticed Michelle Williams is in lead actress for TGS when most of us have been considering her for supporting.

    Chris Beachum
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    #1202183966

    A bunch of people are listed in lead and supporting until final decisions are made by the campaigners. The candidates are based on information they have given us.

    Teridax
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    Shit, I still have no idea about anything and the center is already open.

    This was me ahahah. Have 0 confidence in any prediction other than Dunkirk nominated in Best Picture.

    Funny, I have 0 confidence in anything other than Dunkirk getting snubbed in Best Picture like Nolan’s last 2 films, only to get a few technical noms like Interstellar, and a single win for Sound Editing.

    Teridax
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    #1202183976

    For now I’ve got Gal Gadot and Patrick Stewart getting nominated for Wonder Woman and Logan respectively, at least until the race starts to clear up. I’m much more confident about Stewart sneaking in Supporting Actor, even though I sadly have Hugh Jackman getting totally snubbed for both Logan and TGS. I personally think Jackman deserves it more, but Stewart seems to have more buzz and industry sentiment, so that could give him a genuine edge.

    eric
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    First predictions:

    Best Picture

    1. Call me by your name
    2. Dunkirk
    3. The Papers
    4. mother!
    5. Last Flag Flying
    6. The Darkest Hour
    7. Wonder Wheel
    8. Suburbicon
    9. The Current War

    Best Director
    1. Christopher Nolan (Dunkirk)
    2. Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name)
    3. Steven Spielberg (The Papers)
    4. Darren Aronofsky (mother!)
    5. Richard Linklater (Last Flag Flying)

    Best Actor
    1. Gary Oldman (The Darkest Hour)
    2. Tom Hanks (The Papers)
    3. Timothee Chalamet (Call Me by Your Name)
    4. Bryan Cranston (Last Flying Flag)
    5. Javier Bardem (mother!)

    Best Actress
    1. Jennifer Lawrence (mother!)
    2. Meryl Streep (The Papers)
    3. Kate Winslet (Wonder Wheel)
    4. Annette Bening (Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool)
    5. Judi Dench (Victoria and Abdul)

    Best Supporting Actor
    1. Armie Hammer (Call me by your name)
    2. Michael Stuhlbarg (Call Me by Your Name)
    3. Steve Carrell (Last Flag Flying)
    4. Ed Harris (mother!)
    5. Michael Shannon (The Current War)

    Best Supporting Actress
    1. Michelle Pfeiffer (mother!)
    2. Julianne Moore (Suburbicon)
    3. Kristen Scott Thomas (The Darkest Hour)
    4. Judi Dench (Murder on the Orient Express)
    5. Sarah Paulson (The Papers)

    Anonymous
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    With the low level of diversity in the candidates besides like random films with Halle Berry and Denzel that I know nothing about, I totally had to put Gal Gadot and Idris Elba (Molly’s Game) as well as Daniel Kaluuya for Get Out. I also put Sterling K Brown in but I am just not sure. I really think we could have another Oscars so white year.

    I had no plans to predict Gadot or Kaluuya, I just knew Detroit flopped and the academy this year will have to be very careful how they select the nominees because diversity will be key this season. Especially after this year, and those performances stick out on the list and they check the diversity box and were well received. Hopefully the race changes up though and makes things more clear.. I feel completely unprepared for this years Oscar season.

    Honey
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    #1202183995

    I noticed the best actress prediction is missing

    Saoirse Ronan – On Chesil Beach

    Glenn close – The wife

    is there a reason they’re both missing especially close since her film is getting screened in TIFF next month?

    forwardswill
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    I noticed the best actress prediction is missing

    Saoirse Ronan – On Chesil Beach

    Glenn close – The wife

    is there a reason they’re both missing especially close since her film is getting screened in TIFF next month?

    It’ll be because they don’t have distributors.

    Anonymous
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    #1202184000

    I know it’s a long shot but Kathryn Hahn should be at least in the prediction center for Private Life. The last time Tamara Jenkins made a movie she was nominated for screenplay and Laura Linney was nominated.

    Also, Loving Vincent, The Disaster Artist, and Logan are extreme longshots but they should be in the prediction center for Best Picture in my opinion.

    moonlightbae
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    Honestly, I am totally clueless as to who will make it in next year. I haven’t seen any of the films which are being considered contenders (I haven’t even seen Dunkirk yet) or read any of their reviews. Still, I find predicting the Oscars very entertaining and fun, so I just gave it a try. Hopefully not ALL of my predictions end up being wrong.

    Best Picture
    » Call Me By Your Name
    Detroit
    Downsizing
    Dunkirk
    Last Flag Flying
    The Papers
    Phantom Thread
    Roman Israel, Esq.
    The Shape of Water
    Alt.: Mudbound

    Best Director
    Guillermo Del Toro (The Shape of Water)
    Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name)
    » Christopher Nolan (Dunkirk)
    Alexander Payne (Downsizing)
    Steven Spielberg (The Papers)

    Best Actor
    Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name)
    Daniel Day-Lewis (Phantom Thread)
    Tom Hanks (The Papers)
    » Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour)
    Denzel Washington (Roman Israel, Esq.)

    Best Actress
    » Annette Bening (Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool)
    Judi Dench (Victoria and Abdul)
    Jennifer Lawrence (Mother!)
    Frances McDormand (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Montana)
    Meryl Streep (The Papers)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Willem Dafoe (The Florida Project)
    » Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name)
    Will Poulter (Detroit)
    Michael Shannon (The Shape of Water)
    Michael Stuhlbarg (Call Me By Your Name)

    Best Supporting Actress
    Mary J. Blige (Mudbound)
    Hong Chau (Downsizing)
    Holly Hunter (The Big Sick)
    Melissa Leo (Novitiate)
    » Michelle Pfeiffer (Mother!)

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