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    Here is the list of films and performances that got Critics Choice but not Oscar nominations:
    Critics’ Choice film nominations without Oscar nominations
    Best Picture:
    1996: Big Night, The Crucible, Evita, Hamlet, Lone Star, The People vs. Larry Flynt
    1997: Amistad, Boogie Nights, Donnie Brasco, Wag the Dog, The Wings of the Dove
    1998: Gods and Monsters, Out of Sight, Pleasantville, A Simple Plan, The Truman Show
    1999: Being John Malkovich, Magnolia, Man on the Moon, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Three Kings
    2000: Almost Famous, Billy Elliot, Cast Away, Quills, Thirteen Days, Wonder Boys, You Can Count On Me
    2001: Ali, The Man Who Wasn’t There, Memento, Mulholland Drive, The Shipping News, Shrek
    2002: About Schmidt, Adaptation, Catch Me If You Can, Far From Heaven, Road to Perdition
    2003: Big Fish, Cold Mountain, Finding Nemo, In America, The Last Samurai
    2004: Collateral, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Hotel Rwanda, Kinsey, The Phantom of the Opera
    2005: Cinderella Man, The Constant Gardener, King Kong, Memoirs of a Geisha, Walk the Line
    2006: Blood Diamond, Dreamgirls, Little Children, Notes on a Scandal, United 93
    2007: American Gangster, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Into the Wild, The Kite Runner, Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
    2008: Changeling, The Dark Knight, Doubt, WALL-E, The Wrestler
    2009: Invictus, Nine
    2010: The Town
    2011: Drive
    2012: The Master, Moonrise Kingdom
    2013: Inside Llewyn Davis, Saving Mr. Banks
    2014: Gone Girl, Nightcrawler, Unbroken
    2015: Carol, Sicario, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
    2016: Loving, Sully
    2017: The Big Sick, The Florida Project
    2018: First Man, If Beale Street Could Talk, Mary Poppins Returns
    Best Director:
    2001: Baz Luhurman: Moulin Rouge
    2002: Steven Spielberg: Catch Me If You Can, Steven Spielberg: Minority Report
    2003: Tim Burton: Big Fish, Jim Sheridan: In America
    2004: Marc Forster: Finding Neverland
    2005: Ron Howard: Cinderella Man
    2006: Bill Condon: Dreamgirls
    2007: Tim Burton: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Sean Penn: Into The Wild, Joe Wright: Atonement
    2008: Christopher Nolan: The Dark Knight
    2009: Clint Eastwood: Invictius
    2010: Danny Boyle: 127 Hours, Christopher Nolan: Inception
    2011: Stephen Daldry: Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Nicolas Winding Refn: Drive, Steven Spielberg: War Horse
    2012: Ben Affleck: Argo, Kathryn Bigelow: Zero Dark Thirty, Tom Hooper: Les Miserables
    2013: Paul Greengrass: Captain Phillips, Spike Jonze: Her
    2014: Ava DuVernay: Selma, David Fincher: Gone Girl, Angelina Jolie: Unbroken
    2015: Todd Haynes: Carol, Ridley Scott: The Martian, Steven Spielberg: Bridge of Spies
    2016: David Mackenzie: Hell or High Water, Denzel Washington: Fences
    2017: Luca Guadagnino: Call Me by Your Name, Martin McDonagh: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Steven Spielberg: The Post
    2018: Damien Chazelle: First Man, Bradley Cooper: A Star Is Born, Peter Farrelly: Green Book
    Best Actor:
    1995: Kevin Bacon: Murder in the First
    1998: Ian McKellen: Apt Pupil
    2002: Robin Williams: One Hour Photo
    2003: Russell Crowe: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
    2004: Javier Bardem: The Sea Inside, Paul Giamatti: Sideways
    2005: Russell Crowe: Cinderella Man
    2006: Leonardo DiCaprio: The Departed
    2007: Ryan Gosling: Lars and the Real Girl, Emile Hirsch: Into the Wild
    2008: Clint Eastwood: Gran Torino
    2009: Viggo Mortensen: The Road
    2010: Robert Duvall: Get Low, Ryan Gosling: Blue Valentine
    2011: Leonardo DiCaprio: J. Edgar, Michael Fassbender: Shame, Ryan Gosling: Drive
    2012: John Hawkes: The Sessions
    2013: Tom Hanks: Captain Phillips, Robert Redford: All is Lost
    2014: Ralph Fiennes: The Grand Budapest Hotel, Jake Gyllenhaal: Nightcrawler, David Oyelowo: Selma
    2015: Johnny Depp: Black Mass
    2016: Joel Edgerton: Loving, Tom Hanks: Sully
    2017: Tom Hanks: The Post, James Franco: The Disaster Artist, Jake Gyllenhaal: Stronger
    2018: Ryan Gosling: First Man, Ethan Hawke: First Reformed
    Best Actress:
    1995: Nicole Kidman: To Die For
    2003: Jennifer Connelly: House of Sand and Fog, Nicole Kidman: Cold Mountain
    2004: Uma Thurman: Kill Bill: Volume 2
    2005: Joan Allen: The Upside of Anger
    2007: Amy Adams: Enchanted, Angelina Jolie: A Mighty Heart
    2008: Kate Beckinsale: Nothing but the Truth, Cate Blanchett: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
    2009: Emily Blunt: The Young Victoria, Saoirse Ronan: The Lovely Bones
    2010: Noomi Rapace: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    2011: Elizabeth Olsen: Martha Marcy May Marlene, Tilda Swinton: We Need to Talk About Kevin, Charlize Theron: Young Adult
    2012: Marion Cotillard: Rust and Bone
    2013: Brie Larson: Short Term 12, Emma Thompson: Saving Mr. Banks
    2014: Jennifer Aniston: Cake
    2015: Charlize Theron: Mad Max: Fury Road
    2016: Amy Adams: Arrival, Annette Bening: 20th Century Women
    2017: Jessica Chastain: Molly’s Game
    2018: Emily Blunt: Mary Poppins Returns, Toni Collette: Hereditary
    Best Supporting Actress:
    1998: Joan Allen: Pleasantville
    2000: Frances McDormand: Wonder Boys
    2001: Cameron Diaz: Vanilla Sky
    2003: Scarlett Johansson: Lost In Translation
    2004: Kate Winslet: Finding Neverland
    2005: Maria Bello: A History of Violence
    2006: Catherine O’Hara: For Your Consideration, Emma Thompson: Stranger than Fiction
    2007: Catherine Keener: Into the Wild, Vanessa Redgrave: Atonement
    2008: Vera Farmiga: Nothing but the Truth
    2009: Marion Cotillard: Nine, Julianne Moore: A Single Man, Samantha Morton: The Messenger
    2010: Mila Kunis: Black Swan
    2011: Carey Mulligan: Shame, Shaliene Woodley: The Descendants
    2012: Judi Dench: Skyfall, Ann Dowd: Compliance
    2013: Scarlett Johansson: Her, Oprah Winfrey: The Butler
    2014: Jessica Chastain: A Most Violent Year, Tilda Swinton: Snowpiercer
    2015: Helen Mirren: Trumbo
    2016: Greta Gerwig: 20th Century Women, Janelle Monae: Hidden Figures
    2017: Hong Chau: Downsizing, Tiffany Haddish: Girls Trip, Holly Hunter: The Big Sick
    2018: Claire Foy: First Man, Nicole Kidman: Boy Erased
    Best Supporting Actor:
    2000: Joaquin Phoenix: Quills, Joaquin Phoenix: The Yards
    2002: Alfred Molina: Frida
    2003: Paul Bettany: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
    2004: Peter Sarsgaard: Kinsey
    2005: Kevin Costner: The Upside of Anger, Terrence Howard: Crash
    2006: Ben Affleck: Hollywoodland, Adam Beach: Flags of Our Fathers, Jack Nicholson: The Departed
    2008: James Franco: Milk
    2009: Christian McKay: Me and Orson Welles, Alfred Molina: An Education
    2010: Andrew Garfield: The Social Network, Sam Rockwell: Conviction
    2011: Albert Brooks: Drive, Patton Oswalt: Young Adult, Andy Serkis: Rise of the Planet of the Apes
    2012: Javier Bardem: Skyfall, Matthew McConaughey: Magic Mike
    2013: Daniel Bruhl: Rush, James Gandolfini: Enough Said
    2014: Josh Brolin: Inherent Vice
    2015: Paul Dano: Love & Mercy, Michael Shannon: 99 Homes
    2016: Ben Foster: Hell or High Water
    2017: Armie Hammer: Call Me by Your Name, Patrick Stewart: Logan, Michael Stuhlbarg: Call Me by Your Name
    2018: Timothee Chalamet: Beautiful Boy, Michael B. Jordan: Black Panther
    Best Original Screenplay
    2001: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen: The Man Who Wasn’t There
    2004: Bill Condon: Kinsey
    2006: Zach Helm: Stranger Than Fiction
    2009: Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber: (500) Days of Summer
    2010: Andres Heinz, Mark Heyman, and John McLaughlin: Black Swan
    2011: Tom McCarthy and Joe Tiboni: Win Win, Will Reiser: 50/50, Diablo Cody: Young Adult
    2012: Paul Thomas Anderson: The Master, Rian Johnson: Looper
    2013: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen: Inside Llewyn Davis
    2015: Quentin Tarantino: The Hateful Eight
    2017: Liz Hannah and Josh Singer: The Post
    2018: Bo Burnham: Eighth Grade, Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, and John Krasinski: A Quiet Place
    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    2002: Charlie Kaufman: Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor: About Schmidt
    2003: John August: Big Fish
    2007: Sean Penn: Into the Wild, Aaron Sorkin: Charlie Wilson’s War
    2009: Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach: Fantastic Mr. Fox, Tom Ford and David Scearce: A Single Man
    2010: Ben Affleck, Peter Craig and Aaron Stockard: The Town
    2011: Eric Roth: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Tate Taylor: The Help
    2012: Stephen Chbosky: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
    2013: Tracy Letts: August: Osage County
    2014: Gillian Flynn: Gone Girl, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Richard LaGravenese, and William Nicholson: Unbroken, Nick Hornby: Wild
    2015: Aaron Sorkin: Steve Jobs
    2016: Jeff Nichols: Loving, Tom Ford: Nocturnal Animals, Todd Kormanicki: Sully
    2017: Jack Thorne, Steven Conrad, and Stephen Chbosky: Wonder
    2018: Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole: Black Panther, Josh Singer: First Man
    Best Original Score:
    2001: Christopher Young: The Shipping News
    2002: John Williams: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, John Williams: Minority Report: Howard Shore: The Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers
    2003: Clint Eastwood: Mystic River, Hans Zimmer: The Last Samurai
    2004: Howard Shore: The Aviator, Michael Giacchino: The Incredibles, Rolfe Kent: Sideways
    2005: James Horner: The New World, Nancy Wilson: Elizabethtown
    2006: Phillip Glass: The Illusionist, Clint Mansell: The Fountain, Howard Shore: The Departed, Hans Zimmer: The Da Vinci Code
    2007: Jonny Greenwood: There Will Be Blood, Alexandre Desplat: Lust, Caution (Se, jie), Clint Eastwood: Grace Is Gone, Alan Menken: Enchanted
    2008: Clint Eastwood: Changeling, James Newton Howard and Hans Zimmer: The Dark Knight
    2009: Carter Burwell and Karen O: Where the Wild Things Are, Marvin Hamlisch: The Informant!, Randy Newman: The Princess and the Frog
    2010: Carter Burwell: True Grit, Clint Mansell: Black Swan
    2011: Cliff Martinez: Drive, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    2012: Alexandre Desplat: Moonrise Kingdom, Jonny Greenwood: The Master
    2013: Hans Zimmer: 12 Years a Slave
    2014: Antonio Sanchez: Birdman, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: Gone Girl
    2015: Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto: The Revenant, Howard Shore: Spotlight
    2016: Johann Johannsson: Arrival
    2017: Dario Marianelli: Darkest Hour, Benjamin Wallfisch and Hans Zimmer: Blade Runner 2049, John Williams: The Post
    2018: Justin Hurwitz: First Man, Kris Bowers: Green Book
    Best Original Song:
    2002: Hero: Spider-Man
    2003: A Mighty Wind: A Mighty Wind, The Heart of Every Girl: Mona Lisa Smile, Man of the Hour: Big Fish, School of Rock: School of Rock, Time Enough for Tears: In America
    2004: Old Habits Die Hard: Alfie
    2005: Hustle & Flow: Hustle & Flow, A Love that Will Never Grow Old: Brokeback Mountain, Same in Any Language: Elizabethtown, Seasons of Love: Rent
    2006: My Little Girl: Flicka, The Neighbor: Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing, Never Gonna Break My Faith: Bobby, Ordinary Miracle: Charlotte’s Web
    2007: Come So Far (So Far to Go): Hairspray, Do You Feel Me: American Gangster, Guaranteed: Into The Wild
    2008: The Wrestler: The Wrestler, Another Way to Die: Quantum of Solace, I Thought I Lost You: Bolt
    2009: All Is Love: Where the Wild Things Are, Cinema Italiano: Nine, (I Want to) Come Home: Everybody’s Fine
    2010: Shine: Waiting for “Superman”, You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me: Burlesque
    2011: Life’s a Happy Song: The Muppets, Hello Hello: Gnomeo & Juliet, The Living Proof: The Help, Pictures in My Head: The Muppets
    2012: For You: Act of Valor, Learn Me Right: Brave, Still Alive: Paul Williams Still Alive
    2013: Atlas: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Please Mr. Kennedy: Inside Llewyn Davis, Young and Beautiful: The Great Gatsby
    2014: Big Eyes: Big Eyes, Yellow Flicker Beat: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
    2015: See You Again: Furious 7, Love Me like You Do: Fifty Shades of Grey, One Kind of Love: Love & Mercy
    2016: Drive It Like You Stole It: Sing Street, The Rules Don’t Apply: The Rules Don’t Apply
    2017: Evermore: Beauty and the Beast
    2018: Girls in the Movies: Dumplin’, Trip a Little Light Fantastic: Mary Poppins Returns
    Best Foreign Language Film:
    1995: IL Postino: The Postman (though nominated for Best Picture): Michael Radford, Italy
    1997: Shall We Dance? Masayuki Suo, Japan
    2001: In the Mood for Love: Wong Kar-wai, Hong Kong
    2002: And Your Mother Too: Alfonso Cuaron, Mexico, Monsoon Wedding: Mira Nair, India, Talk to Her: Pedro Almodovar, Spain
    2003: City of God: Fernando Meirelles, Brazil, Swimming Pool: Francois Ozon, France
    2004: House of Flying Daggers: Zhang Yimou, China, Maria Full of Grace: Joshua Marston, Columbia, The Motorcycle Diaries: Walter Salles, Argentina, A Very Long Engagement: Jean-Pierre Jenuet, France
    2005: Kung Fu Hustle: Stephen Chow, Hong Kong, 2046: Wong Kar-wai, Hong Kong, and Hidden: Michael Haneke, France, Oldboy: Park Chan-wook, South Korea
    2006: Letters from Iwo Jima: Clint Eastwood, USA, Apocalypto: Mel Gibson, USA, Volver: Pedro Almodovar, Spain
    2007: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly: Julian Schnabel, France, 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days: Cristian Mungiu, Romania, La Vie en Rose: Olivier Dahan: France, Lust, Caution: Ang Lee, Hong Kong, The Orphanage: Juan Antonio Bayona, Spain
    2008: A Christmas Tale: Arnaud Desplechin, France, Gomorrah: Matteo Garrone, Italy, I’ve Loved You So Long: Phillippe Clauaudel, France Let the Right One in: Tomas Alfredson, Sweden
    2009: Broken Embraces: Pedro Almodovar, Spain, Coco Before Chanel: Anne Fontaine, France, Red Cliff: John Woo, China, Sin Nombre: Cary Joji Fukunaga: Mexico/USA
    2010: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Neils Arden Oplev, Sweden, I Am Love: Luca Guadaginno, Italy
    2011: Le Havre: Aki Kasurismaki, Finland, The Skin I Live In: Pedro Almodovar, Spain, Where Do We Go Now? : Nadine Labaki, Lebanon
    2012: The Intouchables: Olivier Nakache & Eric Toledando, France, Rust and Bone: Jacques Audilard, France
    2013: Blue Is The Warmest Colour: Abdellatif Kechiche, France, The Past: Asgar Farhardi, France/Italy/Iran, Wadjia: Haifaa al-Mansour, Germany/Saudi Arabia
    2014: Force Majeure: Ruben Ostlund, Sweden, Two Days, One Night: Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Belgium/France/Italy
    2015: The Assassin: Hou Hsiao-hsien, Taiwan, Goodnight Mommy: Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, Austria, The Second Mother: Anna Muylaert, Brazil
    2016: Elle: Paul Verhoeven: France, The Handmaiden: Park Chan-wook, South Korea, Julieta: Pedro Almodovar, Spain, Neruda: Pablo Larrain, Chile
    2017: In The Fade: Faith Akin, Germany, BPM ( Beasts per Minute), Robin Campillo: France, First They Killed My Father: Angelina Jolie, Cambodia, Thelma: Joachim Trier, Norway
    2018: Burning: Lee Chang-dong, South Korea
    Best Animated Feature:
    2001: Waking Life: Richard Linklater
    2004: The Polar Express: Robert Zemeckics
    2005: Chicken Little: Mark Dindal, Madagascar: Eric Darnell and Tom McGrath
    2006: Flushed Away: David Bowers and Sam Fell, Over the Hedge: Tim Johnson and Karey Kirkpatrick
    2007: Bee Movie: Steven Hickner and Simon J. Smith, Beowulf: Robert Zemeckis, The Simpsons Movie: David Silverman
    2008: Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa: Eric Darnell and Tom McGrath, Waltz with Bashir: Ari Folman
    2009: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
    2010: Despicable Me: Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud, Tangled: Nathan Greno and Byron Howard
    2011: The Adventures of Tintin: Steven Spielberg, Arthur Christmas: Sarah Smith
    2012: Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath, and Conrad Vernon, Rise of the Guardians: Peter Ramsey
    2013: Monsters University: Dan Scanlon
    2014: The Book of Life: Jorge Gutierrez, The Lego Movie: Phil Lord and Chris Miller
    2015: The Good Dinosaur: Peter Sohn, The Peanuts Movie: Steve Martino
    2016: Finding Dory: Andrew Stanton, Trolls: Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn
    2017: Despicable Me 3: Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda and Eric Guillion, The Lego Batman Movie: Chris McKay
    2018: The Grinch: Scott Mosier and Yarrow Cheney
    What films and performances this year could get Critics Choice nominations this year but not Oscar nominations?

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    Some of those pre-2001 nominations are weird and might be irrelevant as several movies by the same person were coupled together, I think Emma Thompson also got a nomination for Carrington, not just Sense and Sensibility and also the two supporting actors in the same year have several movies listed anyway.

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