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    Continue the Best Actor discussions in Part 2.

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    Waiting for Joker.

    Waiting for JP.

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    Pope Pryce is getting in.

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    Now that Joker dropped to 77% on RT, what are Phoenix’s chances?

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Pope Pryce is getting in.

    Darling, I love that. I’ll add it to my glossary.

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

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    John Berchmans
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    Now that Joker dropped to 77% on RT, what are Phoenix’s chances?

    Probably still strong. Unlike Jojo Rabbit, Joker still has a strong score on Metacritic, which indicates that it is still getting overwhelmingly strong support from most critics. Plus, Joker seems to appeal more to the older base of voters, who gave Green Book the win and Bohemian Rhapsody the most nominations after both received mixed reviews and controversy. If SJW critics couldn’t sink those films, I doubt they’ll sink this one.

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    Lol being the oldest doesn’t equal being the most important. If you look up you’ll find Cannes is regarded as the most important.

    https://www.londonfilmweek.com/top-10-film-festivals/

    https://www.quora.com/Is-Cannes-considered-to-be-the-most-prestigious-film-festival-in-the-world

    https://passionpassport.com/top-film-festivals/

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.projectcasting.com/tips-and-advice/what-is-the-biggest-film-festival/amp/

    https://blog.musement.com/us/10-international-film-festivals-across-the-globe/

    Here you go,3 websites saying Venice as the biggest film festival.That is what I think.In terms of film festivals and awards the older you are,the more prestigious you are.

    Oscars,Emmy,Tony are oldest awards of their types in that manner and are most prestigious.

    All Venice,Berlin and Cannes are Big 3 and winning Best Film on either of these 3 is huge for any film.

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    Oscars,Emmy,Tony are oldest awards of their types in that manner and are most prestigious.

    They carry more weight because they are voted by the industry, not because they are the oldest awards in their respective fields. Golden Globes and Drama Desk Awards are also extremely old, only around a decade younger than the Oscars and Tonys, yet they have very little worth compared to their industry counterparts, mostly because they aren’t peer awards.

    As for the Cannes-Venice debate, I thought it was widely accepted that Cannes is the biggest film festival, wasn’t it?

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    As for the Cannes-Venice debate, I thought it is widely accepted that Cannes is the biggest film festival, isn’t it?

    I myself prefer Palme D Or winner over Golden Lion and Golden Bear but as far I have researched Venice is biggest film festival being most oldest.

    I am not so sure still however.

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    Adam Driver
    Joaquin Phoenix
    Pope Pryce
    Leo DiCaprio
    Antonio Banderas

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    Match your possible Best Actor leaders, except for De Niro in The Irishman & Ian McKellen in The Great Life in  Banderas & DiCaprio’s slots

     

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Darlings…

    1. Joke

    2. Divorcing Driver

    3. Addicted Banderas

    4. Pope Pryce

    5. Astronaut Pitt

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    At this juncture… Adam Driver – Marriage Story Jonathan Pryce – The Two Popes Antonio Banderas – Pain & Glory Eddie Murphy – Dolemite Is My Name Joaquin Phoenix – Joker I’m excited to see the reception for Doctor Sleep when it opens in November. Could Ewan McGregor be a contender?

    I agree with everything except Murphy. I think he’s gonna be great, but I don’t think he’ll  be nominated. Netflix has three other lead actor performances they’ll probably push for over him. I think Leo’s gonna get in.

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    At this juncture… Adam Driver – Marriage Story Jonathan Pryce – The Two Popes Antonio Banderas – Pain & Glory Eddie Murphy – Dolemite Is My Name Joaquin Phoenix – Joker

    There clap will clap not clap be clap 3 clap Netflix clap actors clap in clap one clap category… clap.

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    I haven’t seen any of them but here are my guesses (forgive me for alternates):

    Pope Pryce

    Antonio Banderas (Pain and Glory)

    Joaquin Phoenix (Joker)

    Adam Driver (Marriage Story) or Eddie Murphy (Dolemite)

    Brad Pitt (Ad Astra) or Daniel Kaluuya (Queen and Slim)

     

    I don’t see Leo getting a nom this year.

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