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  • Owl-Always-watching
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    After watching, Waves, I say Sterling K Brown, is very good in it. But he disappears for large chunks of movie. I don’t se eit happening. Considering there are many options for supporting actor. It’s not like Regina king last year where category didn’t have many choices.

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    Having seen The Irishman I can see why some people prefer Pacino and others prefer Pesci, and that is why I think they will cancel each other out. I didn’t “like” the movie but what I did like were these two performances. The scene between the two of them was an acting class in itself – I would give a very slight edge to Pacino if I had to choose mostly due to the scene in Miami…

    JackO
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    After watching, Waves, I say Sterling K Brown, is very good in it. But he disappears for large chunks of movie. I don’t se eit happening. Considering there are many options for supporting actor. It’s not like Regina king last year where category didn’t have many choices.

    I said much of the same. I think the film has much larger problems then that though. It should be happy to get some Indie Spirit award noms and call it a day.

    moviefan617
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    Sterling K. Brown kind of reminds me of Mahershala Ali in “Moonlight.” He’s not necessarily on the screen for a long time, but his impact on the story is undeniable and you’re thinking about him even when he’s not there. That being said, Ali was in the eventual Best Picture winner and unless “Waves” makes a bigger impact than it already has, I’m not sure that I see Brown happening, even though I’ve had him in my lineup for months. I may take him out this week unfortunately.

    thatnerdgreg
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    Saw Parasite yesterday. I’ll go into more details about my overall feelings when I have more time today, but I will say that Song Kang-ho would be an extremely deserving nominee, and I think he has a definite shot of making the lineup, as he has the film, the performance, and the name (obviously not a Hollywood name, but as Nikhil said, he’s pretty huge in South Korea). I think he was my personal favorite performance in a really strong ensemble. At the very least I found him to be the best of the men. Also, I believe he’s been placed in the right category. This is an ensemble film, and every actor, except maybe Choi Woo-shik should be eligible in supporting.

    JackO
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    lol that poor pain and glory guy. not just not even a campaign but apparently not even submitted as i cant even vote for him if wanted too. lol thats hilarious to me. I could vote for someone from rambo but not one of the best performances of the year!

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    Vicki Leekx
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    lol that poor pain and glory guy. not just not even a campaign but apparently not even submitted as i cant even vote for him if wanted too. lol thats hilarious to me. I could vote for someone from rambo but not one of the best performances of the year!

    Could you elaborate? If you mean predictions centre I asked a hundred times for him to be added and was ignored lol. And isn’t it about time you learned his name since you seem to stan?

    FYC:

    Antonio Banderas and Asier Etxeandia, Dolor y Gloria (Best Actor/Supporting Actor)
    Emily Beecham, Little Joe (Best Actress)
    Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren, The Good Liar (Best Actor/Actress)

    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    lol that poor pain and glory guy. not just not even a campaign but apparently not even submitted as i cant even vote for him if wanted too. lol thats hilarious to me. I could vote for someone from rambo but not one of the best performances of the year!

    Darling, you certainly don’t belong in these forums. Before shading Masterful Banderas, you should learn how to write capital letters. It’s essential.

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    As a famous singer said, "ain't nobody gonna Thatcher, Thatcher, Thatcher!"

    Vicki Leekx
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    Darling, you certainly don’t belong in these forums. Before shading Masterful Banderas, you should learn how to write capital letters. It’s essential.

    Forgive me my lady, but I think the poster wasn’t shading Banderas, but referring to the extraordinary Etxeandia.

    FYC:

    Antonio Banderas and Asier Etxeandia, Dolor y Gloria (Best Actor/Supporting Actor)
    Emily Beecham, Little Joe (Best Actress)
    Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren, The Good Liar (Best Actor/Actress)

    Milk Money
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    Pacino will give Pitt a run for his money in the upcoming months. I honestly think the final outcome could go either way.

    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Forgive me my lady, but I think the poster wasn’t shading Banderas, but referring to the extraordinary Etxeandia.

    Darling, I’m just too old. Yeah, Etxeandia’s snub from his own studio is atrocious. He’s Oscar-worthy.

    As a famous singer said, "ain't nobody gonna Thatcher, Thatcher, Thatcher!"

    JackO
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    Forgive me my lady, but I think the poster wasn’t shading Banderas, but referring to the extraordinary Etxeandia.

    Yes I was but because he wasnt even the damned book I couldnt remember his name. I can vote for him in ensemble tho lol

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    Sorry if this has already been discussed, but does anyone think Joe Pesci’s chances might be hurt by the fact he is not doing any publicity or campaigning for The Irishman? I would love to see him nominated, but I wonder if the Academy might forget about him if he chooses to not do any campaigning (similar to Robert Redford a few years ago for All is Lost). Unless I am mistaken, I have not heard a peep or seen him anywhere these past two months while The Irishman ramped up for it’s debut.

    And unless he all of a sudden changes his mind or has something else planned, I do not anticipate him creating much of a campaign for himself. Heck, even if he is nominated for a Golden Globe or SAG award, I wonder if he will actually show up for the ceremonies at all. I am sure Netflix may want to push him in these coming weeks/months and campaign for him, but I highly doubt he will take part in that.

    So does anyone think his decision/unwillingness to campaign and promote himself and his film will hurt his chances at a nomination and/or possible win?

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    #1203186154

    Watched Honey Boy today. I think Shia deserves a spot. Definitely over Willem Dafoe (who I love). I’m sorry, but Dafoe’s performance in The Lighthouse just doesn’t seem like the type Oscar voters would go for (even if they love to nominate him). Plus 3 noms in 3 years seems like a bit much to give to an actor who they haven’t seen fit to award yet.

    Anywho… back to Shia. His is my favorite Supporting Actor performance that I’ve seen so far this year. I’m still waiting to see The Irishman as well as Hanks, but as of now, I would vote for Shia over the likes of Dafoe, anyone from Jojo Rabbit and Pitt.

    Vicki Leekx
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    Darling, I’m just too old. Yeah, Etxeandia’s snub from his own studio is atrocious. He’s Oscar-worthy.

    Is it possible to happen without appearing specifically on FYC ads? I’m clinging to the hope where it says “FYC in all categories” to bear fruit.

    FYC:

    Antonio Banderas and Asier Etxeandia, Dolor y Gloria (Best Actor/Supporting Actor)
    Emily Beecham, Little Joe (Best Actress)
    Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren, The Good Liar (Best Actor/Actress)

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