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    _m4gnu5_
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    ?? Anyways…

    There was just no need.

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    There was just no need.

    I mean there was no need to stalk someone’s LB and drag them because they didn’t like a film you stanned over some predictions, but I don’t see you complaining about that. Anyways, back to actual predictions…

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    Just watched Never Rarely Sometimes Always.  Good little indie film that covers some important topics, but won’t get close to awards.

    A24 dropped First Cow today, so I’ll be watching that later.

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    Is there anyway to bet that Nolan, Fincher and wes Anderson will all fail to win best director, I’d be shocked if any of them win

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    Is there anyway to bet that Nolan, Fincher and wes Anderson will all fail to win best director, I’d be shocked if any of them win

    I agree on Nolan But why Wes Anderson and Fincher? I mean i don’t see anyone this year being better than those two. It won’t be a crowded year in director race!

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    Is there anyway to bet that Nolan, Fincher and wes Anderson will all fail to win best director, I’d be shocked if any of them win

    I think Nolan winning is somewhat unlikely.  I do think Anderson or Fincher could win.  I’m leaning more towards a Wes Anderson win.  Not really sure who else other than those two might win.

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    It feels like those three are the only ones we’ve heard being discussed as winners, and a lot of that seems to come from them all having overdue narratives. We’ll have a clearer idea about the other contenders once the films actually start coming out.

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    if curon can win for a technical achievement so can nolan and wes anderson only appeals to hipsters fincher movie is netflix a netflix winning big awards is not gonna happen

    I agree that Nolan can win for a technical achievement, but Wes Anderson appeals a lot more to hipsters (or anything, hipsters wouldn’t like him cause he’s popular), and we literally saw a Netflix film win best director two years ago with Roma.

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    if curon can win for a technical achievement so can nolan and wes anderson only appeals to hipsters fincher movie is netflix a netflix winning big awards is not gonna happen

    How many accounts is this troll going to create?

    I actually really like Christopher Nolan even though I trash talk him a lot, but realistically, I don’t see him winning for this one.  I think when he does win, it’ll be for something a bit more like Dunkirk.  I see Tenet being a smart, fun popcorn film, but not necessarily something that the Oscars will go crazy over.

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    The win is between Wes Anderson and Fincher. Nolan, Villeneuve, S.Lee, Spielberg, Sorkin Sofia Coppola, Howard can only fight for the last 3 nomination. I think at the end it will be

    1) Fincher

    2) W.Anderson

    3) S.Coppola

    4) Villeneuve

    5) Sorkin

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    if curon can win for a technical achievement so can nolan and wes anderson only appeals to hipsters fincher movie is netflix a netflix winning big awards is not gonna happen

    Roma1

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    How many accounts is this troll going to create? I actually really like Christopher Nolan even though I trash talk him a lot, but realistically, I don’t see him winning for this one. I think when he does win, it’ll be for something a bit more like Dunkirk. I see Tenet being a smart, fun popcorn film, but not necessarily something that the Oscars will go crazy over.

     

    I agree, I still think it has a good shot and a nom in pic and director but the biggest category it has a chance of a win in is, I would say, editing. And then pretty much just sound, or maybe visual effects (but there’s Dune).

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    The Academy every time Fincher is in contention:

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    netflix winning big awards is not gonna happen

    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Russell Tovery ("Years and Years"), Helena Bonham Carter ("The Crown") & The Crown, His Dark Materials, Years and Years, Succession and The Affair in all categories. The Politician : Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light.

    FYC Goldderby Awards : MAURA TIERNEY AND DOMINIC WEST FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF THE AFFAIR

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    I’ve been reading about Sophia Loren’s film, The Life Ahead, and the plot is rather interesting. I also had no idea that a previous adaptation of the book had won Best Foreign Language Film.

    That being said I still think this could get buried with all the Netflix releases, but I can see a path to nominations for the film and Sophia Loren if Italy chooses this as their International Film entry. (Similar to Pain and Glory last year which got into International Film and Actor)

    It’d be pretty fun to see Loren break Emmanuelle Riva’s record as the oldest nominee in Best Actress. Maybe even winner since I could see a narrative to give her a second Oscar 59 years after her win, especially since she was the first winner with a non-English performance.

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