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  • Teridax
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    Come on Anne Thompson I thought you were better than this.

    She thought Arrival would actually win Production Design of all categories after the nominations were announced, so I never thought she was better than this.

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    SayMyName
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    LOL at all the so-called “Experts” predicting Dunkirk to win Best Picture, when it obviously doesn’t have the passion for it to win on a preferential ballot like other recent winners (Spotlight, Moonlight, 12 Years a Slave) of that category. I’m not predicting it to even get nominated. Only one Nolan film has ever been a BP nominee, Inception. Even then Nolan couldn’t make the cut for Directing, and the entire cast got snubbed. Oscar voters are clearly not going to give Dunkirk anything outside of a couple technical nominations and a token win for Sound Editing, with it being the big loud war movie of the year.

    This post is pretty accurate. I think there is a general love to all Nolan’s films, but that’s the audience love and not the industry love. He is just not respected enough. Dunkirk is hardly as popular as Inception was, and as the poster mentioned, he wasn’t even nominated for that.

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    Teridax
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    Could someone PLEASE add Baby Driver to the predictions center for Best Picture and Best Director? I think that this could be Edgar Wright’s big Oscar breakthrough, the same way that The Grand Budapest Hotel was for Wes Anderson.

    I can see it getting nominated for and easily winning Sound Mixing and Film Editing, as well as nods for BP, BD, possibly Original Screenplay, and even for Jon Hamm if he gets in with at least a couple precursors like the Critics Choice and Golden Globes.

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    CitizenBlake
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    Could someone PLEASE add Baby Driver to the predictions center for Best Picture and Best Director? I think that this could be Edgar Wright’s big Oscar breakthrough, the same way that The Grand Budapest Hotel was for Wes Anderson.

    I can see it getting nominated for and easily winning Sound Mixing and Film Editing, as well as nods for BP, BD, possibly Original Screenplay, and even for Jon Hamm if he gets in with at least a couple precursors like the Critics Choice and Golden Globes.

    Lmao.

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    nyx
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    embarrassing ????

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    Edward Distasio
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    You guys are high Dunkirk will win sound mixing film editing and director

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    Damiansport1
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    What a mess these predictions are.

    – Judy Dench should be at max 5th…she will probablyt be snubbed in the end
    – Only one experts is predicting Lawrence which is wrong. the film has much much more buzz than Victoria and Abdul
    – Kate Winslet has a Blue Jasmine-like role in Wonder Wheel per some insiders..and stil many expers think she will be snubbed? WTF
    – Im not even comment on these Wonder Woman predictions…

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    Andrew Carden
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    Eh, I actually agree with Dench > Lawrence at this point. Not convinced mother!, based on the trailer at least, will be something the Academy eats up in a significant way.

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: Nicholson at the Oscars (1974) – Chinatown

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    Bee
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    LOL at all the so-called “Experts” predicting Dunkirk to win Best Picture, when it obviously doesn’t have the passion for it to win on a preferential ballot like other recent winners (Spotlight, Moonlight, 12 Years a Slave) of that category. I’m not predicting it to even get nominated. Only one Nolan film has ever been a BP nominee, Inception. Even then Nolan couldn’t make the cut for Directing, and the entire cast got snubbed. Oscar voters are clearly not going to give Dunkirk anything outside of a couple technical nominations and a token win for Sound Editing, with it being the big loud war movie of the year.

    This post is pretty accurate. I think there is a general love to all Nolan’s films, but that’s the audience love and not the industry love. He is just not respected enough. Dunkirk is hardly as popular as Inception was, and as the poster mentioned, he wasn’t even nominated for that.

    Dunkirk is purely a cinematic experience. After you’re done watching it, it’s an afterthought. At least Inception had impact and made you interested in actually watching it again and again.

    That said, I think Dunkirk still makes it in Picture.

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    SayMyName
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    Eh, I actually agree with Dench > Lawrence at this point. Not convinced mother!, based on the trailer at least, will be something the Academy eats up in a significant way. OSCAR FLASHBACK: Nicholson at the Oscars (1974) – Chinatown

    Honestly? I think in the end both will make the cut. Also Streep and Winslet. You just have to worry about the fifth. 🙂

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    SayMyName
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    What a mess these predictions are. – Judy Dench should be at max 5th…she will probablyt be snubbed in the end – Only one experts is predicting Lawrence which is wrong. the film has much much more buzz than Victoria and Abdul – Kate Winslet has a Blue Jasmine-like role in Wonder Wheel per some insiders..and stil many expers think she will be snubbed? WTF – Im not even comment on these Wonder Woman predictions…

    She has never been really missed, though. If she hit the precursors which she usually does, and if she is not in some action film (Skyfall), she is always a huge threat. She has seven Oscar nominations, and she didn’t spend one day campaigning for them. She is indeed a national treasure. People don’t want to predict her because they don’t care about her performance in a light-hearted film. Dame Judi can get away with anything. And honestly? I think she’s going to be stellar in the movie!

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    Bee
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    I just think Dench is more vulnerable here than she’s really ever been in the race. She’s really popular with the Academy though not on a Streep level (nobody really is) so Victoria & Abdul would have to be above meh reviews for her to really be in. And this isn’t comparable to Philomena either.

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    Rinolo Twenty-two
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    LMAO Well, those predictions just proves that the experts are not actually experts.

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    SayMyName
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    LMAO Well, those predictions just proves that the experts are not actually experts.

    Welcome on GD!

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    SayMyName
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    I just think Dench is more vulnerable here than she’s really ever been in the race. She’s really popular with the Academy though not on a Streep level (nobody really is) so Victoria & Abdul would have to be above meh reviews for her to really be in. And this isn’t comparable to Philomena either.

    To be fair, her performance is still unseen. The possibility of an accidental flop is there for all contenders, not only Dench. I mean Dench has yet to fail in an Oscar race. Lawrence too. These two, and then Meryl, also Kate Winslet in a Woody Allen-vehicle are seem to be strong bets at this early stage of predicting. Annette Bening has failed way too many times – I need proof that she is happening, as for now, she’s only a possibility. Sally Hawkins, Saoirse Ronan and Frances McDormand are also in the running.

    Right now, mostly unseen, based on their individual records and early buzz for their unseen projects, I’d say Winslet, Streep, Dench, Lawrence and McDormand are the five most likely.

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