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  • Evergreen
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    My predictions 

    1. Suffragette ( In the top 3 of every critics list)
    2. The Danish Girl (In the top 3 of every critics list)
    3. Carol ( In the top 5 of every critics list)
    4. The Revenant (In top 5 of every critics list)
    5. Joy ( In the top 7 of every critics list)
    6. Legend
    7. Everest 
    8. Beasts of No Nation

     

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    AMG
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    I think Carol will be the most critically applauded, and be the highest on Rotten Tomatoes & Metacritic of the Best Picture nominees. 

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    I think Carol will be the most critically applauded, and be the highest on Rotten Tomatoes & Metacritic of the Best Picture nominees. 

    I think Carol will be up there in the top 4 with The Revenant, The Danish Girl and Suffragette. My Bold predictions are both Carol and The Revenant receive 94 metascore, The Danish Girl 97 metascore, and Suffragette pulling a boyhood with 100 metascore. another prediction of mine is that Joy receives an 89 metascore, I am not psychic these are just bold. 

     

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    Halo_Insider
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    Yeah, I don’t really see anything displacing Carol, given how well it played at Cannes.

    Also, critics really like Todd Haynes. Far From Heaven appeared on the most Top 10 lists of any film from 2002. I imagine that his feature film return will be welcomed back with open arms.

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    AMG
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    [quote=”agloster94″]

    I think Carol will be the most critically applauded, and be the highest on Rotten Tomatoes & Metacritic of the Best Picture nominees. 

    I think Carol will be up there in the top 4 with The Revenant, The Danish Girl and Suffragette. My Bold predictions are both Carol and The Revenant recieve 94 metascore, The Danish Girl 97 metascore, and Suffragette pulling a boyhood with 100 metascore. another prediction of mine is that Joy recieves an 89 metascore, I am not psychic these are just bold. 

     
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    I think it’s between Carol and The Hateful Eight for the most acclaimed Best Picture nominee. The Revenant next up, then maybe The Danish Girl. I can’t see Suffragette being a 100. Joy won’t be overly high either.

     

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    Metacritic Predictions of my BP Predictions –
    1. Carol – 99
    2. The Revenant – 92
    3. Joy – 86
    4. (tie) Steve Job’s, The Hateful Eight – 83
    6. Sicario – 81
    7. The Danish Girl – 79
    8. Bridge of Spies – 75
    9. Suffragette – 72
     

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    ETPhoneHome
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    I’ll be shocked if Inside Out isn’t the top film, or at least in the top 2. It’s currently at 98%, and I doubt that will change. Carol or The Revenant may get close, but I don’t see anything else getting up there besides a foreign film that’s currently not on anyone’s radar. Maybe Legend will be up there, but I still can’t imagine it being a contender…

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    Metacritic Predictions of my BP predictions
    1. Suffragette – 100/100
    2. The Danish Girl – 97/100
    3. The Revenant – 94/100
    4. Carol – 94/100
    5. Joy – 89/100
    6. Bridge Of Spies – 80/100
    7. Steve Jobs – 76/100
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    8. Beasts of No Nation – 83/100
    9. The Hateful Eight – 79/100
    10. Everest – 79/100
    11. Legend – 90/100
    12. The Program – 78/100
    13. In the Heart of the Sea – 75/100
    14. Brooklyn – 77/100
    15. Sicario – 77/100
    16. The Martian 86/100

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    Yea I think Carol will be the critical darling of the year, probably followed by things like The Revanent. Suffragette, which I actually expect to do well, I think could very likely get great reviews, but will probably be more of an audience-loved crowd pleaser than a critical darling. 

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    [quote=”agloster94″]

    I think Carol will be the most critically applauded, and be the highest on Rotten Tomatoes & Metacritic of the Best Picture nominees. 

    I think Carol will be up there in the top 4 with The Revenant, The Danish Girl and Suffragette. My Bold predictions are both Carol and The Revenant receive 94 metascore, The Danish Girl 97 metascore, and Suffragette pulling a boyhood with 100 metascore. another prediction of mine is that Joy receives an 89 metascore, I am not psychic these are just bold. 

     
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    Tom Hooper is not going to be embraced by the critics. I predict 78 for it.

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    Yea I think Carol will be the critical darling of the year, probably followed by things like The Revanent. Suffragette, which I actually expect to do well, I think could very likely get great reviews, but will probably be more of an audience-loved crowd pleaser than a critical darling. 

    Yep I have been saying this for months now that Suffragette and Sarah Gavron will win Best picture and  Best director. The film will earn 11 Academy Award nominations which will translate into 4 Academy Award Wins for Picture, Director, Mulligan, and Original Screenplay.

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    DingbatHauteur
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    I predict ‘Suffragette’ and ‘Carol’. I’m extatic to see them both.

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    As unlikely as it might be as a Best Picture player, I’d love it if Mad Max: Fury Road appeared on more Top 10 lists than anything else this year.

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    Eddie redmayne vs depp is likely the best actor race this year

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    I’d be surprised if anything beats Inside Out‘s 94 on Metacritic. Right now Carol is at 98 but with 10 reviews. I imagine it might settle somewhere between Cannes critical darlings like Inside Llewyn Davis (92) or Mr. Turner (94, actually a little higher than I thought). 

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