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    babypook
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    If someone other than Roger Deakins wins here I won’t be happy. I would have thought I’d be used to the idea by now.

    Great points Nikhil. I’ll keep it in mind because right now I have him 4th.

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    I 100% agree with all of this. The Razzies are painfully unfunny now.

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    I didn’t say you have to like them. lol.
    But I’m going to defend my friend. That’s what I do.

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    My post The Lighthouse/Parasite/Jojo Rabbit premiere predictions before all of the precursors start up. My predicted winner is ranked at the top of each category in bold.

     

    Best Picture

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Marriage Story

    The Irishman

    1917

    Parasite

    Joker

    Ford v Ferrari

    Little Women

    Bombshell

     

    Best Director

     

    Bong-Joon Ho-Parasite

    Quentin Tarantino-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Martin Scorsese-The Irishman

    Sam Mendes-1917

    Taika Waititi-Jojo Rabbit

     

    Best Actor

     

    Joaquin Phoenix-Joker

    Adam Driver-Marriage Story

    Leonardo DiCaprio-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Robert De Niro-The Irishman

    Jonathan Pryce-The Two Popes

     

    Best Actress

     

    Scarlett Johansson-Marriage Story

    Renee Zellweger-Judy

    Saoirse Ronan-Little Women

    Charlize Theron-Bombshell

    Lupita Nyong’o-Us

     

    Best Supporting Actor

     

    Al Pacino-The Irishman

    Brad Pitt-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Willem Dafoe-The Lighthouse

    Christian Bale-Ford v Ferrari

    Jamie Foxx-Just Mercy

     

    Best Supporting Actress

     

    Laura Dern-Marriage Story

    Margot Robbie-Bombshell

    Jennifer Lopez-Hustlers

    Meryl Streep-Little Women

    Florence Pugh-Little Women

     

    Best Original Screenplay

     

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Marriage Story

    Parasite

    1917

    Bombshell

     

    Best Adapted Screenplay

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    The Irishman

    Little Women

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    Toy Story 4

     

    Best Film Editing

     

    Ford v Ferrari

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    The Irishman

    Parasite

    Jojo Rabbit

     

    Best Cinematography

     

    1917

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    The Irishman

    The Lighthouse

    Joker

     

    Best Production Design

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    1917

    The Irishman

    Ad Astra

     

    Best Costume Design

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    The Irishman

    Little Women

    Downton Abbey

    Aladdin

     

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling

     

    Bombshell

    Judy

    Swedish film

    Joker

    Downton Abbey

     

    Best Sound Mixing

     

    Ford v Ferrari

    1917

    Joker

    Ad Astra

    The Irishman

     

    Best Sound Editing

     

    Ford v Ferrari

    Joker

    1917

    Ad Astra

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker

     

    Best Original Score

     

    Joker

    1917

    Marriage Story

    Little Women

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker

     

    Best Original Song

     

    Into The Unknown-Frozen 2

    Spirit-The Lion King

    The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy-Toy Story 4

    Unknown new song-Cats

    Stand Up-Harriet

     

    Best Visual Effects

     

    The Lion King

    The Irishman

    Avengers Endgame

    Ad Astra

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker

     

    Best Animated Feature

     

    Toy Story 4

    Frozen 2

    How to Train Your Dragon 3 The Hidden World

    Weathering With You

    I Lost My Body

     

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    Meanwhile The Two Popes is on a winning spree at smaller festivals and I feel like we’re sleeping on it.

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    Personally, Best Director seems like one of the hardest categories to predict this year. There are so many options, and it’s very hard to predict which way the Academy will lean.

    For one, I feel like a female director will be nominated this year. You have two major awards players, Little Women and ABDITN, both directed by women, and especially since the backlash last year against the lack of directing nomination for Can You Ever Forgive Me?, I feel like one of them will make the cut (presumably Gerwig).

    That leaves four slots left. Due to long-time Academy preference, we can assume that one of those will go to Scorsese, leaving three slots.

    When you look at the history of the Best Director category, we can reasonably assume that a foreign director will be nominated (in the footsteps of Paweł Pawlikowski, Michael Haneke, Julian Schnabel, etc.). The two most obvious choices this year are Bong-Jon Hoo and Pedro Alomovar – with that slot leaning towards Bong.

    Now, we have two slots left. This is when it gets harder. Will Tarantino be nominated for OUATIH? At times, he’s been recognized by the Academy, but he’s not as universally ‘loved’ as Scorsese. Plus, OUATIH has seemed to pick up most acclaim for its acting, screenplay, and mis-en-scene, rather than for its directing. Will Taika Waititi be nominated for Jojo Rabbit? A high possibility, although he’s a lock for Best Adapted Screenplay and a contender in Supporting Actor, so the Academy might think that recognition is enough. Sam Mendes is seeming stronger day by day as acclaim builds for 1917. Noah Baumbach is swinging for the fences with his critically-acclaimed Marriage Story, although he’ll be a lock – and possible winner – for Original Screenplay. Then there’s the strong outside players, such as Todd Phillips for Joker or James Mangold for Ford v. Ferrari.

    What are your thoughts? I’d love to know your musings on the subject and what your predictions are. Cheers!

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    Plus, OUATIH has seemed to pick up most acclaim for its acting, screenplay, and mis-en-scene, rather than for its directing

    Tarantino’s directing has been praised more than his screenplay.

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    I’m not holding my breath for a nomination for a woman.
    It’s early but my picks are

    Scorsese, Bong Joon-ho, Tarantino, Mendes, and Baumbach., not necessarily in that order.

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    Darlings, in this feminist world, Gerwig is happening. I can smell it. Thatcher knows what she’s talking about. Believe her.

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

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    Ok so I’m 3 minutes into the Laundromat and wtf is Gary Oldman doing

    I still don’t get why they’re yelling so much, turned me off on it

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    Why is Matt Damon missing from the supporting actor predictions? Are him and Christian bale confirmed to campaign in lead?

    According to this article by Deadline, apparently so! I wonder why? You’d think this would cause vote-splitting, plus Bale seemed to have a strong shot at Supporting this year….

    Article link: https://deadline.com/2019/10/oscars-ford-v-ferrari-christian-bale-matt-damon-compete-best-actor-1202765419/

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    UPDATE: I’m almost done. IT’S AWFUL. What. A. Bad. Film. There is not a single good thing about this absolute mess.

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    Out of bile fascination I watched the first scene. Not good. Feels like it’s trying and failing to be The Big Short. Except while The Big Short was fast paced, engrossing, and used absurdity to hilariously get it’s point across in an interesting and memorable way, this opening scene was slow, boring, and used absurdity to confusingly get it’s point across in a way that’s already caused me to forget what Oldman and Banderas were saying.

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    Midsommar for Best Cinematography?

    Not even the best A24 horror movie cinematography this year

    For Your Consideration:

    Best Picture: Parasite

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