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    Sandler was relegated to Drama. Leo is winning Comedy Globe Actor.

    M: The Original
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    Sandler was relegated to Drama. Leo is winning Comedy Globe Actor.

    Eddie Murphy for Dolomite.

    Kathy Bates for Best Supporting Actress (Richard Jewell)

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    Comedy Picture and Actor?

    Jojo Rabbit will most likely win Comedy. Regarding Comedy Actor Leo could win, but right now I’m leaning towards Eddie and Taron.

    Victor Cruz
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    So is this an indicative award or not? Contradiction much? Your ScarJo hate is showing again.

    Marriage Story is different. Are you really going to compare Marriage Story with The Farewell.

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    National Board of Review

    Best Film : The Irishman

    Best Director : Quentin Tarantino

    Best Actor : Adam Sandler

    Best Actress : Renée Zellweger

    Best Supporting Actor : Brad Pitt

    Best Supporting Actress : Kathy Bates

    Original Screenplay : Uncut Gems

    Adapted Screenplay : The Irishman

    Foreign Language Film : Parasite

    Best Ensemble : Knives Out

    Best Cinematography : 1917

    Top 10 Movies

    1917
    Dolemite Is My Name
    Ford v Ferrari
    Jojo Rabbit
    Knives Out
    Marriage Story
    Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood
    Richard Jewell
    Uncut Gems
    Waves

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    Seven
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    These winners

    MrGoodWood
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    National Board of Review

    Best Film : The Irishman

    Best Director : Quentin Tarantino

    Best Actor : Adam Sandler

    Best Actress : Renée Zellweger

    Best Supporting Actor : Brad Pitt

    Best Supporting Actress : Kathy Bates

    Original Screenplay : Uncut Gems

    Adapted Screenplay : The Irishman

    Foreign Language Film : Parasite

    Best Ensemble : Knives Out

    Best Cinematography : 1917

    Top 10 Movies

    1917
    Dolemite Is My Name
    Ford v Ferrari
    Jojo Rabbit
    Knives Out
    Marriage Story
    Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood
    Richard Jewell
    Uncut Gems
    Waves

    When is NBR going to be renamed to Chad’s top 10 movies of the year?

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    Metacritic’s award scorecard for this year is finally up

    it’s kind of dumb because they don’t care what award it is. Something can win a bunch of totally irrelevant awards and then have a great score and not do anything at the real awards.

    #FreeTheBannedFour

    JGibson
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    it’s kind of dumb because they don’t care what award it is. Something can win a bunch of totally irrelevant awards and then have a great score and not do anything at the real awards.

    Televised awards should count more

    FYC: Invisible Life (Brazil) for Best International Film and Best Supporting Actress (Fernanda Montenegro)

    ENGLAND
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    I am getting a bit nervous for Lupita but I do have a feeling “Us” could possibly get nominated for Best Visual Affects.

    Cordelia
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    I think it belongs in Drama. There’s several legitimately funny moments throughout, but the final act felt pretty devoid of jokes.

    I personally would argue a dark comedy. The party scene felt really funny to me. The crowds laughed, and the comedic timing was on point.

    For Your Consideration:

    Best Picture: Weathering With You, Parasite, The Lighthouse
    Best Supporting Actor: Willem Dafoe - The Lighthouse
    Best Animated Feature: Weathering With You, Promare
    Best International Film: Weathering With You, Parasite

    Honey
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    I am getting a bit nervous for Lupita but I do have a feeling “Us” could possibly get nominated for Best Visual Affects.

    nope, its already out of the running.

    https://www.oscars.org/news/20-contenders-advance-vfx-oscarr-race-0

    JackO
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    Sandler was relegated to Drama. Leo is winning Comedy Globe Actor.

    He was always winning regardless of Sandler. This only ensures Uncut is snubbed.

    Hammad Asif
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    Completely Off-Topic

    When The Departed ends,Brad Pitt and Brad Grey appear as producers along Graham King but when Departed was winning Best Picture in 2006-07 season,only Graham King was going on stage as the winner.

    Also neither Grey nor Pitt have those Producer wins in their accolades list.What happened?

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    19yr old Film School Student

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