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    Call Me by Your Name in ensemble. I thought it was a shoo-in for that and a dead-serious threat for the Best Picture Oscar.

    If you were to hand out Academy Awards for the greatest achievements in all of movie history, who would get the following trophies?

    Best Picture
    Best Director
    Best Actress
    Best Actor
    Best Supporting Actress
    Best Supporting Actor
    Best Animated Feature
    Best Foreign Language Feature

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    Im only going off of things I have seen , also including the nominees

    Best Picture
    • Gone with The Wind
    • Titanic
    • Psycho – Winner
    • Wizard of Oz
    • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    • The Sound of Music
    • Apocalypse Now
    • No Country for Old Men
    • Terms of Endearment
    • One Flew over the Cokoos nest

    Best Director
    • Alfred Hitchcock – Psycho
    • Steven Spielberg – ET
    • Frances Ford Coppla – The God Father
    • Sidney Lumet – 12 Angry men
    • Victor Flemming – Gone with the Wind- Winner

    Best Actor
    • Jimmy Stewart – it’s a wonderful life
    • Jack Nicholson – One Flew over the Cokoos nest – Winner
    • Tom Hanks – Philadelphia
    • Marlon Brando – The Godfather
    • Dustin Hoffman – Kramer Vs Kramer

    Best Actress
    • Vivien Leigh – Gone with the wind
    • Julie Andrews – Mary Poppins
    • Diane Keaton – Annie Hall
    • Shirley McClaine – Terms of Endearment – Winner
    • Holly Hunter – The Piano

    Best Supporting Actor
    • Anthony Perkins – Psycho – Winner
    • Javier Bardem – No Country for old men
    • JK Simmons – Whiplash
    • Samuel L Jackson- Pulp Fiction
    • Al Pacino – The Godfather

    Best Supporting Actresses
    • Hattie McDaniel – Gone with the wind – WINNER
    • Meryl Streep- Kramer vs Kramer
    • Angela Lansbury – The Manchurian Candidate
    • Mo’Nique- Precious
    • Anna Paquin – The Piano

    Best Animated film
    • Snow White and Seven Dwarves
    • Toy Story -Winner
    • Up
    • Walle
    • Beauty and the Beast

    Foreign Language Film
    • Volver
    • Pans Labyrinth
    • Curse of the Golden Flower
    • Ju-ON
    • Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon – WINNER

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    Foolio
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    Best Picture Vertigo
    Best Director Orson Welles, Citizen Kane
    Best Actress Vivien Leigh, Gone with the Wind
    Best Actor Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver
    Best Supporting Actress Hattie McDaniel, Gone with the Wind
    Best Supporting Actor Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
    Best Animated Feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    Best Foreign Language Feature La Strada

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    Best Picture: “The Godfather Part II”
    Best Director: Orson Welles- “Citizen Kane”
    Best Actress: Jane Fonda- “Klute”
    Best Actor: Daniel Day Lewis- “My Left Foot”
    Best Supporting Actress: Judith Anderson- “Laura”
    Best Supporting Actor: George Sanders- “All About Eve”
    Best Animated Feature: “Bambi”
    Best Foreign Language Feature: “Ran”

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    Andrew D
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    new question

    What is the most Surprising sag nomination ?

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    Steve Carell, he wasn’t within 10 miles of my predix.

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    Andrew D
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    Agree steve carrell

    Also blown away that Marc MAron got nominted…

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    S-Car.

    Who or what is the biggest Academy Awards snub of all time in your opinion?

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    Hitchcock being snubbed for “Vertigo” was beyond egregious. WTF is “The Inn of the Sixth Happiness”?

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    (“Vertigo” was a critical disappointment when it first came out which is why it received no directing, best picture or best actor noms. It took years before it became widely considered Hitchcock’s best film.)

    I would say Humphrey Bogart not being nominated best actor for his best performance ever in “The treasure of the Sierra Madre” was Oscar’s biggest snub.

    Will “Phantom Thread” get an Oscar nomination for best picture?

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    It could happen because it’s a crafts movie, so it could have support from many branches.

    Can Call Me By Your Name win Best Picture?

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    I don’t think so. If it doesn’t get nominated for best director than it is out already. Even if it does get the directing nom two gay themed best picture winners in a row seems unlikely.

    Can “Get Out” win best picture at the Oscars?

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    Miles
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    No. The SAG nomination helps it, but I think it’s down to Three Billboards, The Shape of Water, Lady Bird and The Post as a spoiler.

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    I think Get Out is a serious dark horse by this point. Even though it under-performed at the Globes it still got everything it needed to at SAG in order to keep it as a potential spoiler in the Best Picture race. Right now it appears the race is primarily between Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Lady Bird, but Get Out is comfortably a close 3rd in my opinion. I don’t think it will win SAG Ensemble, but if it wins at DGA, WGA, or PGA, then I’ll be able to call it a frontrunner along with TB and LB. Universal has been giving it quite an impressive campaign push, that’s for sure.

    Can Benedict Cumberbatch finally win at SAG for Sherlock? Also, are we seriously overestimating Robert De Niro’s chances to win SAG and the Globe for The Wizard of Lies?

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    Um….in my opinion? No, considering he’s nominated in the same category as now Emmy-winner Alexander Skarsgård. The love for BLL has been never-ending, so I fully expect Skarsgård to take home the award. I also believe De Niro is being overestimated, but that’s probably just me, as I wasn’t a huge fan of his performance.

    What’s your #1 film of 2017?

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