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  • Asgaroth
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    #180474

    In case the whole final set of winners -but one- go against your own preferences, which is that particular win that would leave you satisfied or joyful enough to just forget the deception caused by how the other categories finally resulted?

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    Tonbone
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    #180476

    I would love for Bendict Cumberbatch to pull off a surprise upset, because I thought he had the best most likeable character out of all 5 of them.

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    24Emmy
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    #180477

    Nightcrawler wins Original Screenplay

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    Monty
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    #180478

    Michael Keaton wins Best Actor (I don’t care if birdman wins best picture or not)

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    Sab227
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    #180479

    Rosamund Pike wins Best Actress!

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    jf123
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    Keaton for Actor 
    Foxcatcher for Makeup/Hairstyling
    Innaritu for Directing (Ik many people are predicting it, but I think Linklater is gonna win) 

    Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.

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    babypook
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    #180481

    The ratings.

    After that, I dont actually care, except, I want one particular film and performance, as well as Sound Editing and Mixing, Best Pic, Editing, and Adapted Screenplay to go home empty-handed.

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    dude
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    #180482

    Bradley Cooper, actor, and Glen Campbell, song

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    GusCruz
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    #180483

    Honestly: Boyhood, Rick Linklater, Grand Budapest for Original Screenplay, Citizenfour for Documentary, Princess Kaguya or Boxtrolls for Animated Feature, Butter Lamp for Live Action Short, The Reaper for Doc Short. The first four are very much possible.

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    GusCruz
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    The ratings.

    After that, I dont actually care, except, I want one particular film and performance, as well as Sound Editing and Mixing, Best Pic, Editing, and Adapted Screenplay to go home empty-handed.

    Is the performance from an actor who was in two consecutive awful David O Russell films?

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    Joe Burns
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    Alejandro winning Best Director and Michael Keaton winning Best Actor.  

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    Asgaroth
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    Richard Linklater winning Best Directing.

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    Pieman1994
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    Linklater for Director. Runner-up: Keaton for Actor.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    #180488

    Whiplash winning Best Picture would be awesome. But that isn’t happening, so I’ll go with it winning Film Editing or Sound Mixing, or even Adapted Screenplay. Could it just go 5/5 please? That’s not too much to ask.

    Come participate in this year's Goldderby Rankings! http://www.goldderby.com/forum/movies/2017-goldderby-rankings/

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    Gone_Guy
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    I know it seems inevitable, but I will feel really relieved to see Julianne Moore’s name called. It doesn’t seem like anyone else can take it, but… Is the Academy finally going to honor a Lead Actress in her 50s, something they’ve only ever done once, and that was over 62 years ago. Will they be willing to overlook Moore’s just-okay film and instead focus on her perfect performance? I really really hope so. Giving me comfort is knowing there isn’t a clear alternative. Lets just say I would be a thousand times more nervous had Jennifer Aniston gotten in. 

    I would be really happy to see Michael Keaton win. I’m going for Eddie Redmayne, but to see a veteran actor get an Oscar nomination for his comeback role? That would be awesome.

    Hoepfully Wes Anderson in Original Screenplay. These screenplay categories are the perfect place to honor quirky screenwriters who may be too divisive in Picture and/or Director. See: Quentin Tarantino, Alan Ball, Charlie Kaufman and Michael Gondry, Diablo Cody, and last year’s Spike Jonze. Plus, Wes hasn’t ever been this close.  

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