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    Atif Mir Hussain
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    If the last 5 winners of BD were all nominated in the same year, who would win?

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    28Jared
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    Alejandro inarittu is way ahead.. But if David Fincher had won for The social network , it would’ve been him (or shared it with Inarritu)

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    Write in: Ben affleck for Argo

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    The Fincher snub was awful. Still can’t believe the social network lost to that piece of crap the artist

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    The Fincher snub was awful. Still can’t believe the social network lost to that piece of crap the artist

    Do you mean The King’s Speech? Anyway my vote goes to Inarritu with Ang Lee not far behind. The other is forgettable to be honest

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    babypook
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    “Well… bloody bugger to you, you beastly bastard. ” King George VI

    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
    Philip K Dick Blade Runner

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    Alex
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    Write-in: David Fincher; The Social Network

    But, in this list, Alejandro G. Inarritu. One of the best decisions the Academy has made, in my opinion.

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    Alfonso Cuaron.

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    GusCruz
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    Hazanavicius. I like Lee a lot though, just not a fan of Pi

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    AwardsConnect
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    Tough call between Inarritu and Cuaron. Went with the latter.

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    AugB
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    Ang Lee is, by far, the best director among these (a weak group overall), by Cuarón’s specific achievement in Gravity is the most remarkable one.

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    I think I’ll vote for Cuaron.

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    I gave it to Inarritu for the sheer brilliance he brought to Birdman, but I am really tempted to go with Lee because he made an amazing movie out of a book deemed “unfilmable”.

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    Alejandro G. Iñárritu could not even win BAFTA.  Alfonso Cuarón swept his season with people going out of their way to vote for him as they did not vote Gravity for Best Picture.

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    I’m not sure if Cuaron could have beaten Linklater at BAFTA.

    Three-way race between Cuaron, Inarritu, and Lee.  

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