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    Without question, my choice was the 1972 Honorary Oscar to film great Charlie Chaplin that ended rwo decades of exile from McCarthyism. The seemingly endless ovation that night was simply emotionally overwhelming for the 83 year old star. There may be prizes presented that equal this but nothing, nothing exceeds it.

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    I was going with 8½ winning Best Foreign Language Film, but… 2001: A Space Odyssey winning Best Visual Effects counts even more, considering that it was its only win. A sign that the film was too ahead of its time, but also that at least there already was some respect for the incredible achievement that 2001: A Space Odyssey was.

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    Jeffrey Kare
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    I think the most deserving win in Oscar history would have to be Steven Spielberg winning Best Director for Schindler’s List. That really had to have been quite an undertaking for any filmmaker to make a movie with that kind of subject matter, but Spielberg was able to give us one of the best (and most important) films of all time.

    Of all your years watching people win awards, what is one moment were you almost wish the wrong envelope was handed out?

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    I will speak for the many departed who were present for Greer Garson’s over five minutes long acceptance speech for Best Actress in Mrs. Miniver. I suspect many trapped at the Cocoanut Grove in The Ambassador Hotel that night in 1943 fervently wished for any other name to have been read.

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    Atypical
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    For posterity’s sake, probably when Jack Nicholson announced that “Crash” won Best Picture.

    What will win BEST FILM from NSFC?

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    Miles
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    Lady Bird

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    Foolio
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    CMBYN.

    What will be the first year the majority of best director nominees are non-male?

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    I have no idea but it will not be this year.

    Will Call Me By Your Name win Best Picture at the Oscars after it won The Gotham Award and now the LAFCA Award for Best Picture. Or is it still not a done deal?

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    Jeffrey Kare
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    We still have to see what the industry awards say first. After all, Boyhood swept the critics awards three years ago, before Birdman started to take off at the industry awards.

    Same Question

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    Atypical
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    No. Not a done deal yet.

    Who will be the NSFC WINNER and RUNNER-UP for SUPPORTING ACTRESS?

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    Teridax
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    Good question!

    I’m picking Laurie Metcalf for Lady Bird as the Winner and Lesley Manville for Phantom Thread as the Runner-up.

    What movie will have the most nominations at the Critics Choice Awards and how many will it have?

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    Winner: Laurie Metcalf, Lady Bird
    Runner-Up: Lois Smith, Marjorie Prime

    @Teridax’s Question ^^

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    Andrew D
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    Lady Bird

    Thoughts on Mr Robot season 3 …. im trudging along at episode 3

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    Check out my online store 🙂

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    CitizenBlake
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    Haven’t watched yet but gonna.

    What movie will receive the most Globes, BAFTA, SAG and then finally Oscar nods/wins?

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    “Call Me By Your Name” will have the most Globe and SAG nods.

    “The Shape of Water” will have the most Oscar and BAFTA nods because it will have both tech and acting nods.

    “Dunkirk” will have the most Oscars even if it doesn’t win best picture due to its tech haul.

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