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  • Tom O’Neil
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    #199227

    Time for us to start prognosticating. Whatcha think? Will NYFCC be daring like they were when picking Zero Dark Thirty? Or go maintstream like when they opted for Boyhood and The Artist? They tend to get more artsy in the acting races like when they picked Timothy Spall (“Mr. Turner”) last year. The poor dear didn’t even end up getting an Oscar bid, which he certainly deserved

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    manakamana
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    #199230

    Far from Heaven won 5 awards from them in 2002 (not even including Moore!). One would have to think Carol’s a frontrunner with its 95 metacritic score, but Spotlight (at 93) could swoop in with its themes of journalistic triumph — All the President’s Men also won Best Film from this group. And with any critics group, Mad Max has to be watched.

    The big NY-set films (Bridge of Spies & Brooklyn in addition to Carol) could each walk away with something. Broadway vet Rylance can win in supporting actor and perhaps Saiorse Ronan can win Best Actress? They go with the European women a lot, although Charlotte Rampling also fits the veteran-bill. 

    Best Actor is the real headscratcher for me.  

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    FilmGuy619
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    #199231

    I have a hunch it’ll be a Carol lovefest. Also, Mark Rylance could win Best Supporting Actor.

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    DamianWayne
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    #199232

    Whatever wins here (*coughCarol*) will be a BP nominee. They’ve been 6/6 since the expansion.

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    24Emmy
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    #199233

    Mark Rylance or Sylvester Stallone (several NY critics loved him) for Supporting Actor

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    benbraddock
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    #199234

    Usually safe choices
    ill go with
    PICTURE- SPOTLIGHT
    DIRECTOR- DANNY BOYLE= STEVE JOBS
    ACTOR- FASSBENDER
    ACTRESS- TOMLIN
    SUP. ACTOR- RYLANCE
    SUP. ACTRESS- MARA

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    RobertPius
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    #199235

    About three years ago I was so in the zone with this group I got all 4 actors right (even Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle) and tied for first on Goldderby, alas the magic was brief and I’ve mostly been wrong in recent years.

    but I’ll try again anyway

    I’ll go with 

    Carol
    Todd Hyames
    Dicaprio
    Tomlin (I have to be loyal to my avatar but something tells me Rampling deep inside.)
    Sam Elliot for his body of work this year? I think he will pop up somewhere if not NY.
    and 
    Mara  I guess but some obscure foreign actress could pop up here. 

     

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    ColinWesley
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    #199236

    Picture: Anomalisa
    Director: Todd Haynes
    Actress: Charlotte Rampling
    Actor: Geza Rohrig
    Supporting Actor: Sylvestor Stallone 
    Supporting Actress: Rooney Mara 
    Screenplay: Anomalisa
    Foreign Film: Son of Saul
    Documentary: Amy
    First Film: Room
    Animated Film: Inside Out
     

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    Echo469
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    #199237

    Picture: Spotlight
    Director:  Todd Haynes
    Actress:  Blythe Danner
    Actor:  Tom Hanks
    Supporting Actress: Rooney Mara
    Supporting Actor:   Paul Dano

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    All-Seeing Eye
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    #199238

    Picture: Carol, Director: Haynes, Actress: Mara, Actor: Fassbender?, Supporting Actress: Banks?, Supporting Actor: Elba?, Screenplay: Anomalisa, Foreign Film: Son of Saul, Animated: Inside Out, Cinematography: The Revenant

    The Supporting categories are seriously hard to predict. I think critics are less likely to go with category fraud, but there aren’t any standout performances that critics tend to embrace.

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    Atypical
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    #199239

    2015
    New York Film Critics Circle Predictions

    Best
    Film: “Carol”

    Best
    Director: Todd Haynes, “Carol”

    Best
    Actor, Michael Fassbender, “Macbeth” & “Slow West” & “Steve Jobs”

    Best
    Actress: Brie Larson, “Room”

    Best
    Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, “Bridge of Spies”

    Best
    Supporting Actress: Jane Fonda, “Youth”

    Best
    Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, “Steve Jobs”

    Best
    Cinematographer: John Seale, “Mad Max: Fury Road”

    Best
    Animated Film: “Inside Out”

    Best
    Foreign Language Film: “Son of Saul” (Hungary)

    Best
    Nonfiction Film: “Amy”

    Best
    First Film: “Ex Machina”

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    Mihael Crncec
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    #199240

    Best Film: ‘Carol’
    Best Director:  Todd Haynes, ‘Carol’
    Best Actor: Tom Hanks, ‘Bridge of Spies’
    Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, ‘Carol’
    Best Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, ‘Bridge of Spies’
    Best Supporting Actress: Jane Fonda, ‘Youth’
    Best Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, ‘Steve Jobs’
    Best Animated Film: ‘Inside Out’ 

    Gold Derby TV Awards FYC: Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life - Limited Series, Movie/Mini Actress (Lauren Graham), Movie/Mini Supp. Actress (Kelly Bishop)

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    Zooey the Dreamer
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    #199241

    I hope New Yorkers show some taste and ignore Fonda’s horrible performance. I’ve written it countless times. It’s one of the rare missteps in a terrific film. The performance simply doesn’t work. Why do you predict her? Has she received raves for her work?? I really doubt it.

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    FilmGuy619
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    #199242

    I also hope they’ll be adventurous and go for someone or some film that could use a boost. Like for example, Ben Mendelsohn for Best Actor in Mississippi Grind or It Follows for Best Cinematography or Ex Machina for Best Screenplay. Go a little crazy!

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    marcelo
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    #199243

    PICTURE: CAROL
    DIRECTOR: TODD HAYNES, CAROL
    ACTOR: TOM COURTENAY, 45 YEARS
    ACTRESS: CHARLOTTE RAMPLING, 45 YEARS
    SUPP. ACTOR: MICHAEL KEATON, SPOTLIGHT
    SUPP.ACTRESS: ANNE MARIE DUFF, SUFFRAGETTE
    SCREENPLAY: SPOTLIGHT
    ANIMATED: ANOMALISA
    FOREIGN FILM: SON OF SAUL 

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