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  • FreemanGriffin
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    Is it too late to add a category for Best Comedy Film for movies like Spy, The Big Short, The Lady In The Van, etc.? I would actually vote for a film that i suspect nobody else saw: the hysterically funny French comedy Bad (Serial) Weddings. The audience I saw it with was in convulsions from laughing so hard! It’s a politically incorrect comedy about a Catholic family in which all the daughters marry different faiths and the youngest marries a black Catholic – (: Chrisitan Claver stars as the bigoted father and the film is simply the funniest movie I have seen in years and years (: I wish it would get a release here in the U.S. If some film company makes an american remake and does it right it will make hundreds of millions of dollars! (:

    It’s pretty clear which film is going to win – you know, my least favorite worst film of the year pick! Oh well, there is no accounting for taste or a lack of taste! (;

    Vote for Bernie Sanders for President 2016! (: All will be forgiven if you do! (:

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    Luis Vigário
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    #204496

    FYC:
    Anna Kendrick in The Last Five Years
    Kristen Wigg in The Diary Of a Teenage Girl
    Oscar Isaac in Ex-Machina 
    Nicholas Hoult in Mad Max: Fury Road
    Jake Gyllenhaal in Southpaw

    Not on the list, but FYC anyway:
    Charlize Theron in Dark Places
    Taron Egerton in Kingsman
    Chloe Grace Moretz in Dark Places 

    Tatiana Maslany in Woman In Gold

    Mamie Gummer in Ricki And The Flash

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    KubrickFan98
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    FYC: Dope for Best Original Screenplay. I wanted to vote for Dope in this category so bad, but I ended up having to put the pretentious-ass screenplay for Joy on there instead.

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    Joseph
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    FYC: Jason Segel for The End of the Tour in Best Actor, as he is definitely not Supporting. It really is one of the best performances of the year. Please vote for him, and try to vote for as many Independent films as you can; it would be nice to see some low budget films getting some deserved notices, rather than just the films that made a load of money.

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    Wigseau
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    #204500

    FYC
    Room – Best Picture
    George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road) – Best Director
    Charlize Theron (Mad Max: Fury Road) – Best Actress
    Michael Keaton (Spotlight) – Best Supporting Actor 
    Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight) – Best Supporting Actress
    Til it Happens to You (The Hunting Ground) – Best Song 
    Going Clear – Best Documentary 
     

    This year I stan: Taron Egerton for Rocketman / Brad Pitt, Margaret Qualley and Dakota Fanning for OUATIH (so far)

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    Wigseau
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    FYC

    Jacob Tremblay (Room) – Best Actor 

    This year I stan: Taron Egerton for Rocketman / Brad Pitt, Margaret Qualley and Dakota Fanning for OUATIH (so far)

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    Wigseau
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    Also consider 
    HARRISON FORD (STAR WARS:THE FORCE AWAKENS) – BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR 

    This year I stan: Taron Egerton for Rocketman / Brad Pitt, Margaret Qualley and Dakota Fanning for OUATIH (so far)

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    ConMan
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    #204504

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add Olivia Cooke from Me & Earl & The Dying Girl in Best Supporting Actress!

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    KyleBailey
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    When is the deadline? 

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    Couch Potato
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    Please add: Olivia Wilde for Best Actress for Meadowland, Meadowland in Cinematography, Raffey Cassidy for Supporting Actress for Tomorrowland, and Tessa Thompson for Best Supporting Actress in Creed.

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    Harrison Ford for Best Supporting Actor in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
    Rose Byrne for Supporting Actress for Spy
    Michael B. Jordan for Best Actor in Creed
    Ryan Coogler for Best Director in Creed
    Creed for Best Picture

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    Chaplin5674
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    It’ll be interesting to see whether the GoldDerby Film Award nominees will closely follow the Oscar nominations or not. I’m hoping that we get a fresh, different batch!

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    CanadianFan
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    Y’all better not accept the fraud this year.

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