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    I have the same feeling tbh. I read all the anonymous ballot. It’s rare to find Dunkirk in the 1st place but most voters are probably gonna put it in 2nd, 3rd. It’s not the most beloved, but the most cónisten, stable contender for me.

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    I am just thrilled that Agnes Varda and JR will be attending; now it’s imperative that Faces Places wins! (:

    I wonder if James Ivory will be there to win his Oscar?

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    Honest Questions: Was James Ivory a good director ? Was he famous and considered one of the best director during his peak ? I had a look at ImDB and surprisinly found that he was nominated 3 times for Best Director. I thought he’s kind of like Christopher Plummer, a late boomer.

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    Honest Questions: Was James Ivory a good director ? Was he famous and considered one of the best director during his peak ? I had a look at ImDB and surprisinly found that he was nominated 3 times for Best Director. I thought he’s kind of like Christopher Plummer, a late boomer.

    James Ivory was the director half of Merchant Ivory. Ishmael Merchant was the producer half. They made films together from the 1960’s through the 1990’s. Ivory was nominated 3 times for the Best Director Oscar (A Room With a View, 1986; Howard’s End, 1992; and The Remains Of The Day, 1993). He directed Shakespeare Wallah (1966), Maurice (1987), Heat & Dust (1983), The Bostonians (1984), just to name some of his best known works. I am beyond thrilled that he will win an Oscar tomorrow night for his superb adaptation of Call Me By Your Name! (:

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    Hope Nolan can pull an upset, though the chance is very small (1% at best). I dont like Dunkirk, but his directing is spectacular. Just like I didnt get The Social Network, but Fincher’s directing in that film is god-tier (that hacking scene is shockingly good).

    What if Dunkirk loses Director to Del Toro BUT wins Best Picture due to the preferential ballot? That seems like the more likely scenario in my book. Then it would take home a solid 4 Oscars adding in its wins for Film Editing, Sound Mixing, and Sound Editing.

    I think there’s also the possibly that Dunkirk could go empty-handed. There’s a lady real chance it loses Editing and both sound categories to Baby Driver

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    These are the films that I think are the least divisive and will be the most consistent in preferential ballot; Lady Bird, Dunkirk, Darkest Hour, Phantom Thread and The Post. Darkest Hour, Phantom Thread and The Post won’t win but they aren’t divisive, no one really has anything against them just that they probably shouldn’t have been nominated.

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    Hope Nolan can pull an upset, though the chance is very small (1% at best). I dont like Dunkirk, but his directing is spectacular. Just like I didnt get The Social Network, but Fincher’s directing in that film is god-tier (that hacking scene is shockingly good).

    What if Dunkirk loses Director to Del Toro BUT wins Best Picture due to the preferential ballot? That seems like the more likely scenario in my book. Then it would take home a solid 4 Oscars adding in its wins for Film Editing, Sound Mixing, and Sound Editing.

    I’m not predicting DUNKIRK but I can’t shake the possibility that its chances are dramatically higher than any of us think.

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    Root for an asteroid to hit the Dolby Theater?

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    I hope Lady Bird and Phantom Thread pull off some upsets. Both films get better the more you think about them.

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    I have noticed that I am predicting that Get Out and The Post will be the two BP nominees to be shut out from winning any Oscars. It is either going to be Get Out or Lady Bird that is shut out and I am predicting the former and not the latter.

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