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  • Mickmack
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    Harriet AINT winning Best Picture or Director.  Calm down.

    kellis
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    Harriet AINT winning Best Picture or Director. Calm down.

    Neither is The Flopman.

    But anyways, since Director these past few years has been going to visually showy films, I think Tarantino will run away with it, but like markwalhbird said, two historical narratives could give it to Lemmons if Harriet proves to be good enough.

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    it’s not like, say, brie larson was a big name or had a big box office success.

    on paper, a tony winning actress for a biography of an important icon sounds super baity

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    I dont think harriet is gonna win picture or director(I think it will be at least nominated), But right now im confident in Erivo winning actress. Im curious to see if my answer will change in a few months.

    Is netflix even gonna push the pope? Im getting really concerned that we havnt even heard anything about their award movies yet.

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    A long-awaited biopic of the most famous slave in the United States that led others to freedom through the Underground Railroad will be the baitiest film of the year and, if acclaimed, would definitely be a box office hit (12 Years had a similar setting and earned over $187.7 million) and an instant contender. That’s probably why a lot of us are predicting her.

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    I was just giving my honest opinion, no need to be rude or condescending. She might win an Oscar and I am here for that.

    I didn’t mean for it to come off that way, sorry. I was just saying/describing why we were predicting it. I should’ve worded it better.

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    Im starting to think Late night gets into original screenplay. Summer comedies tend to get a writing nomination (The big sick comes to mind, its also from amazon). It has no chance of winning(once upon a time in hollywood has the award all locked up), but a nomination wont be too far fetched.

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    Im starting to think Late night gets into original screenplay. Summer comedies tend to get a writing nomination (The big sick comes to mind, its also from amazon). It has no chance of winning(once upon a time in hollywood has the award all locked up), but a nomination wont be too far fetched.

    I think Booksmart is taking the summer comedy slot

    FYC: Octavia Spencer (Luce) - Best Supporting Actress

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    Im starting to think Late night gets into original screenplay. Summer comedies tend to get a writing nomination (The big sick comes to mind, its also from amazon). It has no chance of winning(once upon a time in hollywood has the award all locked up), but a nomination wont be too far fetched.

    I actually just got back from seeing Late Night, and it could get a nomination, but honestly the first act is kind of disjointed and a lot of the plot falls into clichés. Would agree on the idea that Booksmart would be the summer comedy to fill that slot.

    Also, in contrast to what early thoughts seemed to be, Thompson is absolutely the lead of the film, with all of the character development as well as much more screentime than Mindy Kaling’s character receives. Getting nominated at Globes, but not at the Academy.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>

    A long-awaited biopic of the most famous slave in the United States that led others to freedom through the Underground Railroad will be the baitiest film of the year and, if acclaimed, would definitely be a box office hit (12 Years had a similar setting and earned over $187.7 million) and an instant contender. That’s probably why a lot of us are predicting her.

    12 years had Fassbender and Pitt.</p>

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    I was just giving my honest opinion, no need to be rude or condescending. She might win an Oscar and I am here for that.

    If you think that was rude (which I didn’t feel it was tbh) then I wonder what your reaction would be on seeing this year’s Best Actress threads lol.

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    Also, in contrast to what early thoughts seemed to be, Thompson is absolutely the lead of the film, with all of the character development as well as much more screentime than Mindy Kaling’s character receives. Getting nominated at Globes, but not at the Academy.

    I couldn’t agree more. I think Thompson is the clear lead.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”> 12 years had Fassbender and Pitt.</p>

    and Cumberbatch. Steve McQueen was also a highly admired director after Shame.

    I’m not sure if Harriet will do well at the BAFTAs. Cynthia is British but she hasn’t done much work there.

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    If you think that was rude (which I didn’t feel it was tbh) then I wonder what your reaction would be on seeing this year’s Best Actress threads lol.

    lol. He/she missed the biggest threads of the year. The year where we had the most deserving diva in contention. I miss those good old days.

     

     

    I miss you guys too. I miss everybody

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    FYC
    Best Actor :.
    Taron Egerton = Rocketman
    Joaquin Phoenix = Joker
    Eddie Murphy = Dolemite is my Name

    Best actress :
    Charlize Theron = Bombshell
    Alfre Woodard = Clemency

    Supporting Actor
    Brad Pitt = Once upon a time in Hollywood

    Supporting Actress =
    Margot Robbie = Any of her two performances.
    Dame Maggie Smith = Downton Abbey
    Octavia Spencer = Luce

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    and Cumberbatch. Steve McQueen was also a highly admired director after Shame.

    I’m not sure if Harriet will do well at the BAFTAs. Cynthia is British but she hasn’t done much work there.

    I think she’ll be a frontrunner so good for a nom, not sure about the entire film though of course.

    Im starting to think Late night gets into original screenplay. Summer comedies tend to get a writing nomination (The big sick comes to mind, its also from amazon). It has no chance of winning(once upon a time in hollywood has the award all locked up), but a nomination wont be too far fetched.

    Big Sick had better reviews and more heat in other categories.

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