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  • BrazilianDude
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    You mean the multiple recently-made accounts that have no predictions in the center and all communicate in a similar manner and feature quotes that show up in Portuguese? Yeah, my guess is it’s the latter Probably just one imp trying to push people’s buttons

    Funny that I thought the quotes showed up on Portuguese only for me because I am Brazilian lol. But I didn’t realise only happened with the troll accounts.


    BrazilianDude
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    White Women Talking. Why is there no POC?

    Caralho, you are very annoying.


    JV
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    Interesting to point out that with 15,000+ votes already, The Woman King only has 6.6 on IMDb now.

    Ruling out contenders based on IMDb scores seems naive, but it’s also a fact that contenders with IMDb lower than 7 can hardly make it into BP lineup, let alone this is not something like TPOTD, which can survive the low audience score.

    I wonder what happened between its A+ Cinemascore and this low 6.6 IMDb rating.

    You know what happened 🤦


    Setia Yasmine Khalil
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    Interesting to point out that with 15,000+ votes already, The Woman King only has 6.6 on IMDb now. Ruling out contenders based on IMDb scores seems naive, but it’s also a fact that contenders with IMDb lower than 7 can hardly make it into BP lineup, let alone this is not something like TPOTD, which can survive the low audience score. I wonder what happened between its A+ Cinemascore and this low 6.6 IMDb rating.

    White men bombing it


    H_H_
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    White men bombing it

    While I agree there are also many POC disagreeing with the movie and saying it’s pandering to popular historical revisionism. It was always going to be divisive.


    lorelei lor
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    Bahiana loves The Banshees of Inisherin. When it’s winning Best Film Comedy at GG


    CarlosEdu
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    Bahiana loves The Banshees of Inisherin. When it’s winning Best Film Comedy at GG

    I think it’s getting at least 5 nominations there (Film, Actor, both Supporting categories and Screenplay). Director and Original Score could happen but I don’t think it’s safe yet.


    CarlosEdu
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    What do you all think about Tár chances for a nomination in Best Picture? I was very confident in the nomination, especially with all the reviews  but after the release I’m seeing many comments saying the movie is great but it has more questions than answers and some think Lydia isn’t a good character to sympathize, this could hurt the movie chances?

    What it’s making me feel comfortable about the nomination is how the movie played at Telluride (it had 4.20 from the public) and NYFF, the score in Letterboxd is also great, critics are eating up (it’s one of the only movies in this season to have 90+ in Metacritic), it’s Focus Feature property in this season and Cate could win her third Oscar but sometimes I think this could get just Best Actress and Best Original Screenplay nominations.


    Cosmia
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    I think Tár gets nominated, no doubt about it. It might not be an across-the-board contender (although it should be), but for all the talk about being “cold” and “inaccessible,” it has a great deal of passion behind it.


    Cabiria
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    White men bombing it

    This usually only applies to films with less than like 5,000 votes on IMDb. With more than 15,000 votes and being released for a month, The Woman King’s IMDb rating (6.6) is certainly not just a rigged number suffering from review bomb at this moment.

    2023:
    "TAR", "Banshees","Batman"


    federico rubachin
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    I think Tár gets nominated, no doubt about it. It might not be an across-the-board contender (although it should be), but for all the talk about being “cold” and “inaccessible,” it has a great deal of passion behind it.

    i don’t think there’s no doubt. Tar could be the more vulnerable movie in the group of the consesus 7 ( the fabelmans, women talking, banshees, EEOA, babylon, top gun, tar). And is perfectly possible that between she said, woman king, glass onion, avatar 2, elvis , decision to leave and triangle of sadness they nominate 4 movies instead of only 3. So in that case, tar could not be nominated


    federico rubachin
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    She Said feels like it’s gonna be a failed Ocsars bait, judging from the trailer and its absence from September film festivals. I don’t know why it’s still very promising to some of you.

    because feinberg already seen it and say has more chances to be nominated than Tar


    federico rubachin
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    and doesn’t look like feinberg was a she said fan before seeing the movie and want to push it or something like that. Seems more like the type of film feinberg would likely put in major thread and not in frontrunner imo


    Bonehead
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    She Said feels like it’s gonna be a failed Ocsars bait, judging from the trailer and its absence from September film festivals. I don’t know why it’s still very promising to some of you.

    To me it feels like The Post, or a Selma, or an EL&IC.

    Those films were about pivotal American events and I believe She Said could be recognized similarly.

    Even with mixed reviews, it could still make Picture with only a Screenplay or Supporting Actress nomination.

    If it turns out to be pretty damn good or great, I can see it also getting acting + director + editing like Spolight and All the President’s Men

    I’m very eager to see the reactions tomorrow


    Rachel615
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    I am SO curious to find out what reception She Said will receive— I’m seeing it tomorrow at the NYFF. We should start to get some leaked reactions on Twitter in 3 or 4 hours after this morning’s press screening ends; the embargo on reviews lifts this evening around 9:00 p.m. EST.

    I could be completely wrong but I expect the movie to be much better than some of you seem to be predicting, and especially because so many of the year’s highly anticipated movies have disappointed, I think there’s a real opportunity for it to be an awards player this season. We’ll soon know whether that’s a realistic possibility.

    Update: The review embargo lifts at 9:15 p.m. tonight.

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