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  • Greg A.
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    Like Best Actress, I’m curious as to how much support everyone besides Cuaron receives…

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    Cameron Fansler
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    1. Cuaron
    2. O. Russell
    3. McQueen
    4. Scorsese
    5. Payne
     

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    rrekydoc
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    I prefer Mcqueen’s pacing and precision, but Cuaron wins this in the terms of quality.

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Gravity is one of the most overrated films ever made, and Cuaron’s direction is severely lacking. I went with McQueen, because I freakin’ loved Twelve Years.

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    FilmGuy619
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    Cuaron. Almost no contest. I say ALMOST because any other year I would’ve gone with McQueen. 

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    All-Seeing Eye
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    McQueen for his most humanistic achievement, which unlike Gravity doesn’t feel silly.

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    james14
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    1. McQueen
    2. Cuaron
    3. Scorsese
    4. Payne
    5. O’Russell

    Poor category besides McQueen and Cuaron. Of the plausible choices by the Academy, I wish Greengrass and Jonze had snuck in, dropping Payne and O’Russell.

    Personal Choices (I know it’s six still, but I keep struggling to narrow down):

    Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave
    Harmony Korine, Spring Breakers
    Paul Greengrass, Captain Phillips
    Abdellatif Kechiche, Blue is the Warmest Color
    Noah Baumbach, Frances Ha
    Spike Jonze, Her

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    Jackson Shrout
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    1. McQueen
    2. Payne
    3. Scorsese
    4. Cuarón
    5. Russell

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    Malick
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    1. McQueen
    2. Scorsese
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    3.  Russell 
    4. Payne
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    5. Cuarón

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    Halo_Insider
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    Cuaron, Cuaron, Cuaron. Such wonderful work. Reminded me how great a cinematic experience can be. 

    McQueen shortly after him. 

    1) Cuaron
    2) McQueen
    3) Scorsese
    4) Payne
    5) Russell 

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    babypook
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    I voted for McQueen because his films take some courage; but there’s something good to be said about all of these directors. Although, I will always feel that the win by Cuaron is borderline ridiculous.

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