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  • Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #199736

    Rules: The nominees will come from the nominations that come most frequently in the Oscar race this year from every Critics awards, including Globes, SAGs, BAFTA, etc., EXCEPT for the Oscars. After that, I pick the five in every category that had the highest votes for the official nominees, and then all the winners int he critics awards will dictate the official winners.

    It’s a little confusing, but this idea I came up with a few years ago and I wanted to play it again this year, started out with the Satellite Awards and National Board of Review. Runners-up will be counted too.

    Best Picture

    • 45 Years (1)
    • Anomalisa (3)
    • Beasts of No Nation (1)
    • The Big Short (14)
    • Black Mass (1)
    • Bridge of Spies (9)
    • Brooklyn (14)
    • Carol (21)
    • Clouds of Sils Maria (2)
    • Creed (3)
    • The Danish Girl (2)
    • The End of the Tour (1)
    • Ex Machina (9)
    • The Hateful Eight (1)
    • Inside Out (15)
    • Joy (1)
    • Love and Mercy (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (33)
    • The Martian (21)
    • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (1)
    • Phoenix (1)
    • The Revenant (18)
    • Room (19)
    • Sicario (14)
    • Spotlight (32)
    • Spy (1)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (3)
    • Straight Outta Compton (5)
    • Steve Jobs (4)
    • Tangerine (1)
    • Trainwreck (1)
    • Trumbo (2)
    • Youth (1)

    Best Director

    • Lenny Abrahamson – Room (7) 
    • Danny Boyle – Steve Jobs (1)
    • Ryan Coogler – Creed (2)
    • John Crowley – Brooklyn (3)
    • Cary Fukunga – Beasts of No Nation (1)
    • Alex Garland – Ex Machina (3)
    • Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu – The Revenant (21)
    • Todd Haynes – Carol (19)
    • Tom Hooper – The Danish Girl (1)
    • Hou Hsiao-hsien – The Assassin (1)
    • Thomas McCarthy – Spotlight (29)
    • Adam McKay – The Big Short (6)
    • George Miller – Mad Max: Fury Road (29)
    • Laszlo Nemes – Son of Saul (1)
    • Ridley Scott – The Martian (21)
    • Paolo Sorrentino – Youth (1)
    • Steven Spielberg – Bridge of Spies (3)
    • Quentin Tarantino – The Hateful Eight (2)
    • Denis Villeneuve – Sicario (5)

    Best Actor

    • Christopher Abbott – James White (3)
    • Abraham Attah – Beasts of No Nation (1)
    • Christian Bale – The Big Short (1)
    • Michael Caine – Youth (2)
    • Tom Courtenay – 45 Years (2)
    • Steve Carell – The Big Short (3)
    • Bryan Cranston – Trumbo (17)
    • Matt Damon – The Martian (21)
    • Paul Dano – Love and Mercy (2)
    • Johnny Depp – Black Mass (7)
    • Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant (28)
    • Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs (26)
    • Tom Hardy – Legend (4)
    • Samuel L. Jackson – The Hateful Eight (1)
    • Michael B. Jordan – Creed (6)
    • Ian McKellen – Mr. Holmes (5)
    • Al Pacino – Danny Collins (1)
    • Eddie Redmayne – The Danish Girl (14)
    • Geza Rohrig – Son of Saul (3)
    • Mark Ruffalo – Infinitely Polar Bear (1)
    • Jason Segel – The End of the Tour (4)
    • Will Smith – Concussion (3)
    • Jacob Tremblay – Room (3)

    Best Actress

    • Elizabeth Banks – Love and Mercy (1)
    • Cate Blanchett – Carol (26)
    • Emily Blunt – Sicario (5)
    • Marion Cotillard – MacBeth (1)
    • Blythe Danner – I’ll See You in My Dreams (2)
    • Nina Hoss – Phoenix (3)
    • Brie Larson – Room (27)
    • Jennifer Lawrence – Joy (5)
    • Melissa McCarthy – Spy (1)
    • Helen Mirren – Woman in Gold (1)
    • Rooney Mara – Carol (4)
    • Carey Mulligan – Suffragette (2)
    • Bel Powley – The Diary of a Teenage Girl (2)
    • Charlotte Rampling – 45 Years (15)
    • Saorise Ronan – Brooklyn (33)
    • Amy Schumer – Trainwreck (1)
    • Sarah Silverman – I Smile Back (2)
    • Maggie Smith – The Lady in the Van (2)
    • Charlize Theron – Mad Max: Fury Road (16)
    • Lily Tomlin – Grandma (2)
    • Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl (6)
    • Alicia Vikander – Ex Machina (1)

    Best Sup. Actor

    • Christian Bale – The Big Short (4)
    • RJ Cyler – Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (1)
    • Paul Dano – Love and Mercy (12)
    • Benicio del Toro – Sicario (15)
    • Joel Edgerton – Black Mass (1)
    • Idris Elba – Beasts of No Nation (10)
    • Sam Elliott – Grandma (1)
    • Tom Hardy – The Revenant (11)
    • Oscar Isaac – Ex Machina (9)
    • Richard Jenkins – Bone Tomahawk (1)
    • Michael Keaton – Spotlight (2)
    • Tom Noonan – Anomalisa (1)
    • Mark Ruffalo – Spotlight (14)
    • Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies (25)
    • Liev Schreiber – Spotlight (1)
    • Michael Shannon – 99 Homes (17)
    • Sylvester Stallone – Creed (25)
    • Jacob Tremblay – Room (4)

    Best Sup. Actress

    • Elizabeth Banks – Love and Mercy (10)
    • Rose Byrne – Spy (1)
    • Olivia Cooke – Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (1)
    • Judy Davis – The Dressmaker (1)
    • Jane Fonda – Youth (2)
    • Jennifer Jason Leigh – Anomalisa (1)
    • Jennifer Jason Leigh – The Hateful Eight (23)
    • Rooney Mara – Carol (16)
    • Rachel McAdams – Spotlight (8)
    • Helen Mirren – Trumbo (7)
    • Cynthia Nixon – James White (4)
    • Kristen Stewart – Clouds of Sils Maria (12)
    • Mya Taylor – Tangerine (2)
    • Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl (15)
    • Alicia Vikander – Ex Machina (24)
    • Julie Walters – Brooklyn (2)
    • Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs (24)

    Best Original Screenplay

    • Bridge of Spies (11)
    • Clouds of Sils Maria (1)
    • Ex Machina (22)
    • The Hateful Eight (16)
    • Inside Out (20)
    • Love and Mercy (2)
    • Mistress America (4)
    • Sicario (8)
    • Spotlight (28)
    • Straight Outta Compton (2)
    • Suffragette (1)
    • Tangerine (1)
    • Trainwreck (5)
    • What We Do in the Shadows (1)

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    • 45 Years (1)
    • Anomalisa (6)
    • The Big Short (20)
    • Black Mass (1)
    • Brooklyn (20)
    • Carol (16)
    • Creed (1)
    • The Danish Girl (1)
    • The Diary of a Teenage Girl (1)
    • The End of the Tour (3)
    • The Martian (20)
    • The Revenant (1)
    • Room (24)
    • Steve Jobs (22)
    • Trumbo (1)

    Best Foreign Language Film

    • The Assassin (20)
    • The Brand New Testament (2)
    • The Club (1)
    • The Fencer (2)
    • A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (1)
    • Goodnight, Mommy (14)
    • The High Sun (1)
    • Labyrinth of Lies (2)
    • The Look of Silence (2)
    • Mediterranea (1)
    • Mommy (2)
    • Mustang (14)
    • Phoenix (14)
    • A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (4)
    • Respire (1)
    • The Second Mother (5)
    • Son of Saul (22)
    • Taxi (2)
    • Theeb (1)
    • The Throne (1)
    • Timbuktu (3)
    • The Tribe (6)
    • Tu Dors Nicole (1)
    • Victoria (1)
    • White God (7)
    • Wild Tales (3)

    Best Documentary Feature

    • Amy (27)
    • Becoming Bulletproof (1)
    • Best of Enemies (16)
    • The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (1)
    • Cartel Land (15)
    • The Diplomat (1)
    • Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of National Lampoon (1)
    • Finders Keepers (2)
    • Frame by Frame (1)
    • Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (11)
    • He Named Me Malala (6)
    • Heart of a Dog (3)
    • The Hunting Ground (5)
    • In Jackson Heights (2)
    • Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck (2)
    • Listen to Me Marlon (9)
    • The Look of Silence (22)
    • Meru (4)
    • Seymour: An Introduction (1)
    • Sherpa (1)
    • What Happened, Mrs. Simone (1)
    • Where to Invade Next (8)
    • The Wolfpack (2)
    • The Wrecking Crew (2)

    Best Ensemble

    • Beasts of No Nation (1)
    • The Big Short (13)
    • Ex Machina (1)
    • The Hateful Eight (8)
    • Inside Out (2)
    • Joy (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (2)
    • Mistress America (1)
    • Spotlight (12)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (1)
    • Steve Jobs (3)
    • Straight Outta Compton (8)
    • Tangerine (2)
    • Trumbo (4)
    • The Walk (1)
    • What We Do in the Shadows (1)

    Best Original Score/Music

    • Beast of No Nation (1)
    • Bridge of Spies (5)
    • Brooklyn (2)
    • Carol (15)
    • Creed (1)
    • The Danish Girl (3)
    • The Hateful Eight (22)
    • Inside Out (6)
    • It Follows (5)
    • Love and Mercy (3)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (14)
    • The Revenant (7)
    • Sicario (11)
    • Spectre (1)
    • Spotlight (5)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (5)
    • Steve Jobs (3)
    • Straight Outta Compton (2)
    • The Walk (1)
    • Youth (1)

    Best Original Song

    • “Cold One” – Ricki and the Flash (1)
    • “Earned it” – Fifty Shades of Grey (1)
    • “Feels Like Summer” – Shaun the Sheep Movie (2)
    • “Grip” – Creed (1)
    • “I’ll See You in My Dreams” – I’ll See You in My Dreams (2)
    • “It’s My Turn Now” – Dope (1)
    • “Love Me Like You Do” – Fifty Shades of Grey (4)
    • “One Kind of Love” – Love and Mercy (8)
    • “See You Again” – Furious 7 (13)
    • “Simple Song #3” – Youth (8)
    • “So Long” – Concussion (1)
    • “Take Care of You” – No Escape (1)
    • “Til It Happens to You” – The Hunting Ground (6)
    • “Writing on the Wall” – Spectre (10)

    Best Sound (Editing & Mixing)

    • Bridge of Spies (2)
    • Ex Machina (1)
    • The Hateful Eight (1)
    • Inside Out (1)
    • Jurassic World (1)
    • Love and Mercy (1)
    • MacBeth (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (5)
    • The Martian (4)
    • The Revenant (3)
    • Sicario (4)
    • Spotlight (1)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (3)

    Best Animated Feature

    • Anomalisa (25)
    • Boy and the World (1)
    • The Good Dinosaur (17)
    • Inside Out (24)
    • Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet (1)
    • Minions (2)
    • The Peanuts Movie (22)
    • Shaun the Sheep Movie (25)
    • When Marnie Was There (1)

    Best Cinematography

    • The Assassin (5)
    • Beasts of No Nation (2)
    • Bridge of Spies (2)
    • Brooklyn (2)
    • Carol (19)
    • The Hateful Eight (8)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (22)
    • The Martian (6)
    • The Revenant (22)
    • Sicario (17) 
    • Spectre (1)
    • Youth (1)

    Best Makeup and Hair

    • The Big Short (1)
    • Black Mass (2)
    • Brooklyn (2)
    • Carol (4)
    • Cinderella (1)
    • The Danish Girl (3)
    • Ex Machina (1)
    • Furious 7 (1)
    • The Hateful Eight (1)
    • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (4)
    • Pitch Perfect 2 (1)
    • The Revenant (3)
    • Sicario (1)
    • Spectre (1)
    • Spy (1)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (1)
    • Youth (1)

    Best Production Design

    • The Assassin (1)
    • Bridge of Spies (6)
    • Brooklyn (11)
    • Carol (11)
    • Cinderella (4)
    • Crimson Peak (5)
    • The Danish Girl (6)
    • Ex Machina (3)
    • The Hateful Eight (1)
    • Joy (1)
    • Jurassic World (1)
    • Love and Mercy (1)
    • MacBeth (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (16)
    • The Martian (5)
    • The Revenant (3)
    • Sicario (1)
    • Spectre (2)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (4)
    • Tomorrowland (1)
    • Trumbo (1)

    Best Costume Design

    • The Assassin (1)
    • Beasts of No Nation (1)
    • Brooklyn (4)
    • Carol (5)
    • Cinderella (8)
    • Crimson Peak (1)
    • The Danish Girl (6)
    • Ex Machina (1)
    • Far from the Madding Crowd (1)
    • The Hateful Eight (1)
    • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (1)
    • Joy (1)
    • Kingsman: The Secret Service (1)
    • MacBeth (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (6)
    • The Martian (1)
    • The Revenant (1)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (1)
    • The Throne (1)
    • Trumbo (1)
    • Youth (1)

    Best Film Editing

    • Ant-Man (1)
    • The Big Short (9)
    • Bridge of Spies (3)
    • Carol (2)
    • Joy (1)
    • Love and Mercy (1)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (16)
    • The Martian (12)
    • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (1)
    • The Revenant (12)
    • Room (1)
    • Sicario (8)
    • Spectre (1)
    • Spotlight (11)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2)
    • Steve Jobs (6)
    • Trainwreck (1)

    Best Visual Effects 

    • Ant-Man (1)
    • Bridge of Spies (1)
    • Everest (2)
    • Ex Machina (8)
    • Furious 7 (1)
    • In the Heart of the Sea (2)
    • Jurassic World (4)
    • Mad Max: Fury Road (10)
    • The Martian (10)
    • The Revenant (2)
    • San Andreas (1)
    • Spectre (1)
    • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (6)
    • The Walk (8)
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    babypook
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    #199738

    I’ll play.

    Quick question Tyler. What are those “(1)” s beside the potential nominees?

    Where do you wish us to vote? Pm? Here in the post?

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #199739

    I’ll play.

    Quick question Tyler. What are those “(1)” s beside the potential nominees?

    Where do you wish us to vote? Pm? Here in the post?

    I sent you a PM describing the awards, but in case you didn’t get it, no there is no involvement from others.

    The numbers beside the potential nominees are however many times so-and-so got nominated in the category. I recorded all the Satellite Award nominees I could find and put them down, and all the nominees there got one point because they were nominated once. If anyone else gets another nomination for someone else, they get 2, then 3 and so on.

    Just before the Oscar nominees come out, I will calculate the nominees and use the winners from the same awards to figure out the winners.

    It’s basically a counter for how many times a certain film/actor gets nominated throughout the circuit, but I thought I’d make it into an award to make it more fun!

    I really do appreciate that you want to be involved with this, but there’s really nothing you can do… outside of figuring out the dates for future awards stuff so I can update this as quickly as I can.

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    babypook
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    #199740

    Got it, but the site usually makes me wait and wait, sometimes to no avail, to break into my private messages.

    The “Fan-Made” part threw me I guess. But, no Leo and Jennifer in every category alerted me.

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    Rooney Moore
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    #199741

    Sounds like fun. Can you share the link of previous years awards? I’m really intrgiued.
    Or is this the first time you do this in this site? 

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #199742

    No problem. I might do a few fan-made award stuff later on in the award season, but this one isn’t that.

    Come back once in a while to see how the race is shaping up. Will probably update this as frequently as I can. 

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    #199743

    Sounds like fun. Can you share the link of previous years awards? I’m really intrgiued.
    Or is this the first time you do this in this site? 

    I did this every year for two years I believe. The other ones didn’t get a lot of feedback, but I still did them I think. Wouldn’t know where to start with finding them since they are really buried in the forums, but I will still try. 

    UPDATE: Actually that was a lot easier than I thought. Found both of them.

    2013: http://www.goldderby.com/forum/topics/view/6462
    2014: http://www.goldderby.com/forum/topics/view/9759

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    benutty
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    #199744

    Why are you omitting the Spirit and Gotham noms?

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Why are you omitting the Spirit and Gotham noms?

    I could include them, it’s just that there’s a lot of off-the-wall inclusions with those picks. But hey, if you want me to, I could put them in! 

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    babypook
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    #199746

    I’m with benutty here.

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    benutty
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    [quote=”benutty”]

    Why are you omitting the Spirit and Gotham noms?

    I could include them, it’s just that there’s a lot of off-the-wall inclusions with those picks. But hey, if you want me to, I could put them in! 
    [/quote]

    I think I could make an argue either way, to be honest! On the one hand, why restrict what is/what isn’t part of the Oscar conversation (include them), but on the other hand there are limitations to what could have and could not have been nominated at Gotham and Spirit (don’t include them).

    Your project, your call. I was just wondering 🙂 

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    [quote=”tyman21″]

    [quote=”benutty”]

    Why are you omitting the Spirit and Gotham noms?

    I could include them, it’s just that there’s a lot of off-the-wall inclusions with those picks. But hey, if you want me to, I could put them in! 
    [/quote]

    I think I could make an argue either way, to be honest! On the one hand, why restrict what is/what isn’t part of the Oscar conversation (include them), but on the other hand there are limitations to what could have and could not have been nominated at Gotham and Spirit (don’t include them).

    Your project, your call. I was just wondering 🙂 
    [/quote]

    Another reason is because Gotham and Spirit only focus on independent films and I always felt that including them would not be fair to other bigger budget films, like it would give an edge to the indies. Nothing really wrong with that, but I wanted to only put in the awards that include both indies and big-budget films. Same with foreign awards. 

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    benutty
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    Another question: why do wins with critics groups (like NYFCC) not give the film a point? It’s the only way to acknowledge that they’ve been recognized by a prominent group regardless of the fact that they’d be the only “nominee.”

    I see in your 2013 and 2014 threads that you say when runners-up are announced that they’ll earn a point, but the winners wouldn’t. Does that mean that when films score a point for their nomination (at Satellite, for instance) that you subtract a point when they win? If not, it wouldn’t make sense to give a point to a runner-up and not a winner. 

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    Rooney Moore
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    ^Totally agree.

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    You know, I am not sure. I completely forgot why.

    You know… this year, I will include the winners. Time to live dangerously! #YOLT (you only live twice) 

    EDIT: I remember now. I think the reason why is because I didn’t want to give the winners an edge. The winners would already get voted upon in a further round of the award and if every one of the winners get in, then I would find it less interesting. I still want only runners-up if applicable.

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