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  • Hunter-ish
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    Hmm, you know what? I wouldn’t quite yet say that McDormand is locked yet. I’d say that Hawkins and even Ronan pose vigorous threats to her, but she certainly is the frontrunner as of now.

    I too wouldn’t call her a lock, but I have a strong feeling that McDormand will sweep the season. It’s just that type of performance.

    cinephile_
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    My Predictions (who will win)

    Picture: Call Me By Your Name / Dunkirk

    Director: Christopher Nolan (Dunkirk)

    Actress: Sally Hawkins (The Shape Of Water)

    Actor: Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour)

    Supporting Actress: Laurie Metcalf (Lady Bird) or Allison Jannery ( I, Tonya)

    Supporting Actor: Willem Dafoe (The Florida Project)

    Original Screenplay: Lady Bird

    Adapted Screenplay: Call Me By Your Name

    Production Design: Blade Runner 2049/Dunkirk

    Costume Design: Beauty and the Beast

    Cinematography: Dunkirk/Blade Runner 2049

    Editing: Dunkirk

    Visual Effects: Blade Runner 2049

    Musical Score: Alexandre Desplat (The Shape of Water)

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    Hair and Makeup: Darkest Hour

    Sound Mixing: Dunkirk

    Sound Editing: Dunkirk

    Animated Feature: Coco

    Foreign Language Film: A Fantastic Woman

    Documentary: Icarus

     

    Bee
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    Frances McDormand has this locked up in my opinion. She gives a towering, undeniable performance.

    Rooting for her and Sally and Meryl, but you also say that Willem Dafoe won’t be nominated and Sterling K. Brown will win so I’m not trusting your logic at the moment.

    Sasha
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    Frances McDormand has this locked up in my opinion. She gives a towering, undeniable performance.

    Rooting for her and Sally and Meryl, but you also say that Willem Dafoe won’t be nominated and Sterling K. Brown will win so I’m not trusting your logic at the moment.

    He’s young and high on something he has just watched. Let him be.

    EvaSofie
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    Frances McDormand has this locked up in my opinion. She gives a towering, undeniable performance.

    She’s sensational, isn’t she? My God, the actress category is so damn good this year.

    It’s only going to get better.

    M
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    It’s only going to get better.

    Perennial slot filler adds no value to an actress category.

    Sasha
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    It’s only going to get better.

    Perennial slot filler adds no value to an actress category.

    Bee
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    It’s only going to get better.

    Perennial slot filler adds no value to an actress category.

    Lawrence?

    Sasha
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    Lawrence?

    mafro987
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    Ok finally got round to seeing The Death of Stalin and it’s the best comedy of the season. Its screenplay is bitingly funny- I doubt anything has it beat there. Hopefully it gets into Adapted like In The Loop did.

    EvaSofie
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    It’s only going to get better.

    Perennial slot filler adds no value to an actress category.

    Reminder: still sight unseen, that argument holds no value until seen.

    Hunter-ish
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    Frances McDormand has this locked up in my opinion. She gives a towering, undeniable performance.

    Rooting for her and Sally and Meryl, but you also say that Willem Dafoe won’t be nominated and Sterling K. Brown will win so I’m not trusting your logic at the moment.

    Not what I said. I said I could see Dafoe being snubbed because it’s so subtle. At one point I wasn’t predicting him. I have him on the edge at the moment. For a while I though Sterling K Brown would win if the movie picked up steam (I did say I could see a possibility where the movie picks up no steam and he doesn’t get nominated) but it seems like the movie is falling under the radar. Which is a good thing because I didn’t like it. It didn’t do great at the box office so I’m no longer predicting him.

    sofan
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    Frances McDormand has this locked up in my opinion. She gives a towering, undeniable performance.

    Not really. It is almost the same performance she gave in Olive Kitteridge. She doesn’t deserve to win, and she won’t win.

    Sasha
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    Frances McDormand has this locked up in my opinion. She gives a towering, undeniable performance.

    Not really. It is almost the same performance she gave in Olive Kitteridge. She doesn’t deserve to win, and she won’t win.

    Orly? She was good there but I preferred that year Kelli Garner in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Honorable Woman and Queen Latifah in Bessie. So I do not expect Frances to make my line-up now.

    Hunter-ish
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    Orly? She was good there but I preferred that year Kelli Garner in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Honorable Woman and Queen Latifah in Bessie. So I do not expect Frances to make my line-up now.

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    It is definitely not the same as her performance in Olive. Similar shades? Sure. The same? No. Better? Yes.

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