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    You know, you can dislike what she has said in the past but still respect her for her achievements…

    I highly doubt you’d say this if she wasn’t a producer on a Meryl Streep film.

    No, in any case. She achieved a whole lot as a woman in a world of men.

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    No, in any case. She achieved a whole lot as a woman in a world of men.

    Doesn’t mean she should be treated any different than if she was a man. Being deplorable isn’t exclusive to only men. Meryl doesn’t even get the award if this wins best picture so why should it matter to u anyways lol

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    No, in any case. She achieved a whole lot as a woman in a world of men.

    Amy Pascal is an awful person who is a racist, point-blank. The proof is throughout the internet. She also defended the pay gap controversy, saying that the women actresses involved should’ve asked for more money instead of expecting to be paid equally (even though those actresses didn’t find out about said pay gap until the emails surfaced).

    She’s just as bad as the rest of the executives in Hollywood. Sure, she’s a woman who has achieved a lot, I’ll give her that. But I’m not going to overlook those flaws in favor of her achievements. That’s just silly.

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    EvaSofie
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    No, in any case. She achieved a whole lot as a woman in a world of men.

    Doesn’t mean she should be treated any different than if she was a man. Being deplorable isn’t exclusive to only men. Meryl doesn’t even get the award if this wins best picture so why should it matter to u anyways lol

    As I said, Meryl is going to be presenting an award to her so I just don’t want people starting up again that she doesn’t care about anyone but herself or something

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    EvaSofie
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    No, in any case. She achieved a whole lot as a woman in a world of men.

    Amy Pascal is an awful person who is a racist, point-blank. The proof is throughout the internet. She also defended the pay gap controversy, saying that the women actresses involved should’ve asked for more money instead of expecting to be paid equally (even though those actresses didn’t find out about said pay gap until the emails surfaced). She’s just as bad as the rest of the executives in Hollywood. Sure, she’s a woman who has achieved a lot, I’ll give her that. But I’m not going to overlook those flaws in favor of her achievements. That’s just silly.

    I didn’t say that, just that they aren’t mutually exclusive.

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    The last time that a Spielberg film won the NBR Best Film before this is Schindler’s List back in ’93.

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    If this film is as good as Spotlight and Moonlight (which it isn’t saying much) it should be safe for Best Picture.

    Please kindly do not put Spotlight in the same league as Moonlight. One of these things is not like the other.

    yup. Moonlight >>>>>> Spotlight.

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    SAG screeners of THE POST have arrived – signature required! 🙂

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    I saw this the other night and it is absolutely excellent. We arent supposed to review, but I can easily say it will get a ton of deserved Oscar noms.
    Lock noms:
    Picture
    Director
    Screenplay
    Actress (Streep)
    Editing

    Likely Noms:
    Actor (Hanks)
    Costume Design
    Cinematography

    Possible Noms:
    Score
    Production Design

    Longshot:
    Supporting Actor (Bob Odenkirk)

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    I saw this the other night and it is absolutely excellent. We arent supposed to review, but I can easily say it will get a ton of deserved Oscar noms. Lock noms: Picture Director Screenplay Actress (Streep) Editing Likely Noms: Actor (Hanks) Costume Design Cinematography Possible Noms: Score Production Design Longshot: Supporting Actor (Bob Odenkirk)

    How did SAG screening people react?

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    84 on Metacritic based on 13 reviews.

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    84 on Metacritic based on 13 reviews.

    Weird because it’s 66% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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    It was so fucking boring. I almost fell asleep watching it. Oscar bait in its purest form. Reminded me about All the King’s Men. I can see Academy going for it big with nominations but no wins. It’ll probably be this year’s American Hustle. Streep will be nominated because they have this in their rules to nominate her every single year if she’s starring in something baity. She’s good here but doesn’t deserve nomination, not with this kind of competition. Hanks was servicable. All the others were wasted. Paulson and Coon should stick to TV, at least there they’re appreciated. I don’t want to see them being wasted like that on big screen. The only acting nomination will be Streep. Spielberg might get nominated, might get not. It’s a toss-up. Del Toro and Nolan do not have to worry about anything.

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    84 on Metacritic based on 13 reviews.

    Weird because it’s 66% on Rotten Tomatoes.

    It is now 71% as of this time but I wanna take note that all the top critics review so far are tomatoes.

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    Paulson and Coon should stick to TV, at least there they’re appreciated. I don’t want to see them being wasted like that on big screen.

    Exactly what I feared. What are you thoughts on Rhys?

    84 on Metacritic based on 13 reviews.

    84 with 16 reviews.

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