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  • Eddy Q
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    Lol, Mad Max, and Spotlight were still more acclaimed. Metacritic is a good indicator but not 100% indicative of how acclaimed a movie is.

    They were all on par in terms of acclaim. This is splitting hairs.

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    Pulp
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    Stop. It literally was and that was part of its campaign.

    Suuuuure

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    Bee
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    You can’t say it wasn’t just cause it doesn’t fit your narrative. It’s been established that it was and that was a part of the uproar from stans.

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    TheRedBoy
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    I’m already dreading the uproar when CMBYN underperforms in nominations and only wins best adapted screenplay and/or best cinematography. I really don’t think the so-called category fraud will be relevant at all, I’m pretty sure established actors are going to give the cast of CMBYN quite a run.

    Eh, I’m really only expecting it to win Adapted Screenplay, with a chance at possibly winning Cinematography, Supporting Actor (Stuhlbarg), and/or Original Song.

    I just want it to score as many nominations as possible. I’d love it if CMBYN could match the 8 nominations and 3 wins that both Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight recieved, but I think it’ll end up with more nominations and fewer wins.

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    Pulp
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    You can’t say it wasn’t just cause it doesn’t fit your narrative. It’s been established that it was and that was a part of the uproar from stans.

    It hasn’t been established though, it’s not established just because you say it is. And you only say it is because that fits your narrative, everyone says what’s going to fit their narrative. So don’t try to call me out when you’re doing the exact same thing.

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    Bee
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    Oh stop it. Were you here during that season? Did you lurk? Because I was bombarded with “it’s the most acclaimed film this year! Of course it’s going to get in”….

    I’m not trying to fit a narrative. I’m saying what was. You imply that MC isn’t the end all and in some ways that’s true, but if this was Mother or CMBYN you would’ve been quick as hell to use that as a backup.

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    TheRedBoy
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    Carol was definitely robbed of a Best Picture nomination. Not only was it a better film than half the line up, but only 8 films were nominated that year and all but one of the other ceremonies this decade have had 9 or 10 nominees.

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    I just hope Hammer is in. He had some fine roles before, and it’s time for him to receive an Oscar nomination.

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    Pulp
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    Oh stop it. Were you here during that season? Did you lurk? Because I was bombarded with “it’s the most acclaimed film this year! Of course it’s going to get in”….

    I’m not trying to fit a narrative. I’m saying what was. You imply that MC isn’t the end all and in some ways that’s true, but if this was Mother or CMBYN you would’ve been quick as hell to use that as a backup.

    I didn’t hear anything about it being the most acclaimed film of the year. Stans saying it was doesn’t make that true. We both know Carol had some of the worst stans this site has seen. They still always screw up games with Carol in it. And at this point in the year, metacritic probably is the best thing to look at, but by the end of the year, critics year end top tens, and overall awards performance are probably better to look at.

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    PerksofBeingaGriff
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    Stuhlberg and Hammer could do what Keaton and Ruffalo did. I know one will get in but they could end up canceling each other out.

    “Someone is staring at you in ‘Personal Growth’.”

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    Miles
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    I wanted to revamp this thread to discuss the CMBYN guys. They were both nominated at BFCA, then Stuhlbarg was snubbed at the Globes and they were both snubbed at SAG. Which one of them is getting in (or both, or neither) and does it have anything to do with the category placements and/or screentime?

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    Pulp
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    I think Hammer is still pretty safe, but Stuhlbarg probably isn’t getting in. I think it has a lot to do with screentime, since Hammer is really the co lead. If hammer was a true supporting role, and Stuhlbarg had his own storyline (obviously this would change the entire movie but assuming it got the same reception) then Stuhlbarg would probably be the one getting nominated since he really is the better performance and actor in general. It doesn’t help Stuhlbarg that it doesn’t seem like he campaigned much at all while Armie and Timmy were out working the circuit together.

    We still have bafta nominations coming, so maybe Stuhlbarg can gain some traction there, or maybe Hammer will be snubbed making it look possible that both miss out.

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    Stuhlbarg should be getting in and would be a good winner but I’m predicting Hammer.

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    Jays
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    Predicting Hammer but would rather Stuhlbarg. In a perfect world, they’d both get in.

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    I know I’m in the minority here, but I thought Stuhlbarg was overrated.  To be fair, I didn’t think Hammer did a whole lot either, but all Stuhlbarg did was deliver a beautiful speech written pretty much word for word by Andre Aciman and adapted by James Ivory.  Maybe I’m missing something, but I don’t get why he’s getting the credit instead of simply the screenplay.

    I hope Hammer gets nominated.  I wished they gave him more to do, but I think he had some subtly excellent moments and is deserving.  Plus I’ve fallen into the ridiculous Charmie fandom. Timmy and Armie have to get in together.

    In terms of who will get nominated, I think it’s a tossup.  Probably 10% chance of both getting in, 40% chance of Hammer getting in, 25% chance of Stuhlbarg getting and 25% chance of neither getting in.  Don’t know that BAFTAs will provide any clarity, either.

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