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  • Karl Vincent
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    Best Picture
    “Arrival”
    “Fences”
    “Hacksaw Ridge”
    “Hell or High Water”
    “La La Land”
    “Lion”
    “Loving”
    “Manchester by the Sea”
    “Moonlight”
    “Sully”

    Best Director
    Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”)
    Mel Gibson (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
    Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”)
    Kenneth Lonergan (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    David Mackenzie (“Hell or High Water”)
    Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival”)
    Denzel Washington (“Fences”)

    Best Actor
    Casey Affleck (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    Joel Edgerton (“Loving”)
    Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
    Ryan Gosling (“La La Land”)
    Tom Hanks (“Sully”)
    Denzel Washington (“Fences”)

    Best Actress
    Amy Adams (“Arrival”)
    Annette Bening (“20th Century Women”)
    Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”)
    Ruth Negga (“Loving”)
    Natalie Portman (“Jackie”)
    Emma Stone (“La La Land”)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Mahershala Ali (“Moonlight”)
    Jeff Bridges (“Hell or High Water”)
    Ben Foster (“Hell or High Water”)
    Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    Dev Patel (“Lion”)
    Michael Shannon (“Nocturnal Animals”)

    Best Supporting Actress
    Viola Davis (“Fences”)
    Greta Gerwig (“20th Century Women”)
    Naomie Harris (“Moonlight”)
    Nicole Kidman (“Lion
    Janelle Monáe (“Hidden Figures”)
    Michelle Williams (“Manchester by the Sea”)

    Best Young Actor/Actress
    Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    Alex R. Hibbert (“Moonlight”)
    Lewis MacDougall (“A Monster Calls”)
    Madina Nalwanga (“Queen of Katwe”)
    Sunny Pawar – Lion”)
    Hailee Steinfeld (“The Edge of Seventeen”)

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Luke Davies (“Lion”)
    Tom Ford (“Nocturnal Animals”)
    Eric Heisserer (“Arrival”)
    Todd Komarnicki (“Sully”)
    Allison Schroeder, Theodore Melfi (“Hidden Figures”)
    August Wilson (“Fences”)

    Best Original Screenplay
    Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”)
    Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”)
    Yorgos Lanthimos/Efthimis Filippou (“The Lobster”)
    Kenneth Lonergan (“Manchester by the Sea “)
    Jeff Nichols (“Loving”)
    Taylor Sheridan (“Hell or High Water”)

    Best Cinematography
    “Arrival” (Bradford Young)
    “Jackie” (Stéphane Fontaine)
    “La La Land” (Linus Sandgren)
    “Moonlight” (James Laxton)
    “Nocturnal Animals” (Seamus McGarvey)

    Best Costume Design
    “Allied” (Joanna Johnston)
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (Colleen Atwood)
    “Florence Foster Jenkins” (Consolata Boyle)
    “Jackie” (Madeline Fontaine)
    “La La Land” (Mary Zophres)
    “Love & Friendship” (Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh)

    Best Editing
    “Arrival” (Joe Walker)
    “Hacksaw Ridge” (John Gilbert)
    “La La Land” (Tom Cross)
    “Moonlight” (Nat Sanders, Joi McMillon)
    “Sully” (Blu Murray)

    Best Hair & Makeup
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
    “Hacksaw Ridge”
    “Jackie”
    “Star Trek Beyond”

    Best Production Design
    “Arrival” (Patrice Vermette; Paul Hotte, André Valade)
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (Stuart Craig; James Hambidge, Anna Pinnock)
    “Jackie” (Jean Rabasse; Véronique Melery)
    “La La Land” (David Wasco; Sandy Reynolds-Wasco)
    “Live By Night” (Jess Gonchor; Nancy Haigh)

    Best Score
    “Arrival” (Jóhann Jóhannsson)
    “Jackie” (Mica Levi)
    “La La Land” (Justin Hurwitz)
    “Moonlight” (Nicholas Britell)
    “Lion” (Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka)

    Best Song
    “Audition (The Fools Who Dream) from “La La Land”
    “City of Stars” from “La La Land”
    “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana”
    “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” from “Trolls”
    “The Rules Don’t Apply” from “Rules Don’t Apply”
    “Drive It Like You Stole It” from “Sing Street”

    Best Visual Effects
    “Arrival”
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
    “The Jungle Book”
    “A Monster Calls”

    Best Animated Feature
    “Finding Dory”
    “Kubo and the Two Strings”
    “Moana”
    “The Red Turtle”
    “Trolls”
    “Zootopia”

    Best Foreign Language Film
    “Elle”
    “The Handmaiden”
    “Julieta”
    “Neruda”
    “The Salesman”
    “Toni Erdmann”

    Best Acting Ensemble
    “Fences”
    “Hell or High Water”
    “Hidden Figures”
    “Manchester by the Sea”
    “Moonlight”
    “20th Century Women”

    Best Action Movie
    “Captain America: Civil War”
    “Deadpool”
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Hacksaw Ridge”
    “Jason Bourne”

    Best Actor in an Action Movie
    Benedict Cumberbatch (“Doctor Strange”)
    Matt Damon (“Jason Bourne”)
    Chris Evans (“Captain America: Civil War”)
    Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
    Ryan Reynolds (“Deadpool”)

    Best Actress in an Action Movie
    Gal Gadot (“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
    Scarlett Johansson (“Captain America: Civil War”)
    Margot Robbie (“Suicide Squad”)
    Tilda Swinton (“Doctor Strange”)

    Best Comedy
    “Central Intelligence”
    “Deadpool”
    “Don’t Think Twice”
    “The Edge of Seventeen”
    “Hail, Caesar!”
    “The Nice Guys”

    Best Actor in a Comedy
    Ryan Gosling (“The Nice Guys”)
    Hugh Grant (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)
    Dwayne Johnson (“Central Intelligence”)
    Viggo Mortensen (“Captain Fantastic”)
    Ryan Reynolds (“Deadpool”)

    Best Actress in a Comedy
    Kate Beckinsale (“Love & Friendship”)
    Sally Field (“Hello, My Name Iis Doris”)
    Kate McKinnon (“Ghostbusters”)
    Hailee Steinfeld (“The Edge of Seventeen”)
    Meryl Streep (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)

    Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie
    “Arrival”
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Don’t Breathe”
    “Star Trek Beyond”
    “10 Cloverfield Lane”
    “The Witch”

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    Brennan Merone
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    The big news for me was Jackie. No Picture, Director, or Screenplay noms.

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    Bee
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    Literally their fucking Oscar predictions. Every single nominee is a PUNDIT PREDICTION. Uninspired lazy asses.

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    Courtney
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    Interesting no Jackie. I have yet to see it, but my boss went to a screening last night and said it was incredible.

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    GusCruz
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    These pathetic idiots couldn’t bring themselves to nominate Love & Friendship as Comedy Film or Adapted Screenplay. Sad.

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    jacob121
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    These are pretty…let’s say interesting. It looks like the mass exodus and re-branding of these awards has really had an impact.

    All that said, it’s nice to see “Don’t Think Twice” show up somewhere. I think a really wonderful small movie like that sometimes gets lost in the shuffle. Although how Central Intelligence was nominated for Best Comedy when, seemingly, something like Captain Fantastic was eligible….

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    Roney Moore
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    7 noms for Directing? Funny that how they don’t have extra slots for below the line categories(just 5) since predicting those correctly won’t give them much credibility anyway.

    *waiting for Sasha’s annual rant*

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    Andrew Carden
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    Ben Foster! Michael Shannon!! Sally Field!!!

    The most notable thing for sure here is the lack of love for Jackie.

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    WildforFilm
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    Initial thoughts:
    – Loving the love for Hell or High Water. I’m expecting this to better at the Oscars than most are giving it credit for.
    – Glad to see Edge of 17 getting the recognition it deserves. Hoping Hailee wins one of her awards for a great, complex performance.
    – Worried about Hidden Figures 🙁 Henson should have scored a nom, but I am thrilled to see Monae get a deserving nomination as she was great in the film.

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    Marcus James Dixon
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    Why are there only four nominations for Best Action Actress? Just watch — there will be another annual outcry from voters and Felicity Jones will be squeezed in after they finally see “Rogue One.”

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    vinny
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    The Rock got nominated…… 🙂 Would love to see that happen at the GG Awards too.

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    Teridax
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    My Critics Choice Awards Analysis

    The Good-

    -Deadpool, Loving, The Edge of Seventeen (GO Hailee Steinfeld!) and “Drive It Like You Stole It” from Sing Street getting noms and… not much else in my honest opinion… 🙁

    The BAD-

    -Where’s The Edge of Seventeen in Original Screenplay? As far as indie comedies go, I think it had a stronger script than Little Miss Sunshine and even Juno! How does The Lobster get in writing, a movie that was like a Wes Anderson movie without the soul, a failed attempt at satire that never had any clue what type of film it wanted to be. The Edge of Seventeen knew exactly what kind of film it was and succeeded in large part because of that, let alone due to the phenomenal and layered script.

    -Okay, so how the heck does Loving get snubbed for Feature but get in for Directing at the Indie Spirits, yet suffer the opposite fate at these Awards? And still no Cinematography recognition for Adam Stone? Give me a break! I have seen Arrival, and I can say with utmost confidence that Loving had more impressive, more effective Cinematography than Bradford Young’s Arrival work.

    -Waaaaayyy too much love for Arrival and even Hell or High Water. Once again, Loving, The Edge of Seventeen, or Sing Street would have been more deserving Directing nominees.

    The WTF

    -NOTHING for Sausage Party?! If you were going too snub it for Best Animated Feature because it was too crude (or too SMART) for you, then fine, but that is no excuse for leaving “The Great Beyond” out of Best Song!

    -Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad getting nominated for Best ANYTHING… in a category with only 4 nominees… for some reason… 🙁

    -The Jungle Book’s CGI-abusing schlock getting nominated for Visual Effects over Captain America: Civil War.

    -Finally, where is Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Goodman for 10 Cloverfield Lane? I believe Winstead should have replaced Amy Adams’ bland and lifeless Arrival work, and Goodman ought to be in there instead of Jeff Bridges or Ben Foster, who were fine, but nothing as fascinating or revelatory as Goodman in 10 Cloverfield.

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    WildforFilm
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    Why are there only four nominations for Best Action Actress? Just watch — there will be another annual outcry from voters and Felicity Jones will be squeezed in after they finally see “Rogue One.”

    I found 4 nominees extremely odd as well, like really, do they think there were only 4 women in action roles this year??? I wouldn’t be surprised if they add Lawrence or Jones later on.

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    Bee
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    They didn’t add Taraji because they nominated their predictions. Look at the nominees for Best Picture. Every single one of them have been listed as the pundits’ predictions for the Best Picture Oscar nominees. You praised Jackie to the heavens but don’t nominate it for Picture, Director, or Screenplay? You didn’t love Lion but you give it every nomination under the sun? You didn’t exactly consider Hacksaw Ridge to be one of the best but its up for Best Picture? Really? These nominations don’t feel genuine.

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    GusCruz
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    Dear Karl Vincent, please fix the title of this thread. Thanks!

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