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  • Seven
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    It may seem minor but I’m actually pressed at Beale Street missing Best Score

    And no Lanthimos for Best Director ? Yikes

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    Hard to believe how Gold Derby has dropped Lucas Hedges to a ranking of 32 for Boy Erased. Congrats Lucas on your Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a drama.

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    Thomas Eagan
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    This time next week we will certainly know a whole lot more about who the Oscar nominees will be.

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    BigFish
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    I’m surprised Lucas Hedges makes the cut. Haven’t seen the movie but Ethan Hawke seems having more buzz than his performance. I’m shocked by inclusion of Bohemian Rhapsody. I really enjoyed the movie, but I thought it would be snubbed since critics hated it. I hate Roma couldn’t be nominated for Best Drama since I think it’s one of the best movie I’ve ever seen, but happy at least it got nods for Best Directors and Best Foreign.

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    ^BigFish, Roma was ineligible for Best Motion Picture – Drama, which is why it wasn’t nominated there but was for Best Foreign Language Film.

    Seven
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    Funny how King and Adams are competing in two categories. Will they spread the love or will one of them completely stomp on the other ?

    King is the frontrunner but the Globes usually choose the bigger star so this will be an interesting showdown

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    Rishabh Chaturvedi
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    Alright so, given that every Best Picture Drama nominee this year missed out on something or the other, do we have our potential Best Picture Oscar winner in Roma/Vice/Green Book? Since every BP winner has had Director and Screenplay GG noms to go with it ever since the preferential ballot.

    Although of course, Green Book has that NBR curse to it as well.

    Rishabh Chaturvedi
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    Honestly, had Lanthimos not missed out on that Director nom, The Favourite would’ve certainly solidified its Best Picture status.

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    Very disappointed Nicole Kidman was not in the supporting actresses announced today. She must of been # 6 or #7 on the list. But kudos for her Destroyer nod.

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    Vice or Green Book?

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    I am very disappointed that First Man did so poorly, especially missing out for Gosling, but I am holding out hope at a comeback at other awards shows!

    Shutouts for Mary Queen of Scots and On The Basis of Sex also seem odd, but I haven’t had the chance to see them, or actually most contenders yet considering how many December releases are getting attention this year, so I am curious if they are disappointing films or just happened to miss out.

    The comedy categories ran much truer to form, but that is probably because there were fewer contenders there overall. I’m glad for the strong Vice showing, especially considering all of the Bush attention this week, but am also curious if that one lives up to the hype for me. I am also now interested to see Stan and Ollie to see if Nick Robinson was left out for being less of a name or if Reilly really gave a better performance.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    @atypical, may I ask what is your problem with Bohemian Rhapsody? Is it the decision to retcon Freddie’s sexuality?

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    The comedy categories ran much truer to form, but that is probably because there were fewer contenders there overall. I’m glad for the strong Vice showing, especially considering all of the Bush attention this week, but am also curious if that one lives up to the hype for me. I am also now interested to see Stan and Ollie to see if Nick Robinson was left out for being less of a name or if Reilly really gave a better performance.

    Of course, having A STAR IS BORN in the Drama Category instead of the Musical one is preposterous along the lines of considering THE MARTIAN a comedy. And to a lesser extent, the same applies to BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY.

    How are they any less a musical than LA LA LAND, INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, NINE, LA VIE EN ROSE, DREAMGIRLS, WALK THE LINE, RAY or DE-LOVELY (none of which you could consider a “comedy”)?

    It’s absurd.

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    I am very disappointed that First Man did so poorly, especially missing out for Gosling, but I am holding out hope at a comeback at other awards shows! Shutouts for Mary Queen of Scots and On The Basis of Sex also seem odd, but I haven’t had the chance to see them, or actually most contenders yet considering how many December releases are getting attention this year, so I am curious if they are disappointing films or just happened to miss out. The comedy categories ran much truer to form, but that is probably because there were fewer contenders there overall. I’m glad for the strong Vice showing, especially considering all of the Bush attention this week, but am also curious if that one lives up to the hype for me. I am also now interested to see Stan and Ollie to see if Nick Robinson was left out for being less of a name or if Reilly really gave a better performance.

    First Man’s poor box office results sort of hurt it but it will definitely be back with more Oscar noms, for things like visual effects and sound.

    Both Mary Queen of Scots and On the Basis of Sex have died out ever since they screened at the AFI Fest. Critics thought they were OK movies but not great.

    I personally saw Mary Queen of Scots at the AFI Fest. I thought it was ok too but the story felt too long, like a TV series crammed into 2 hours and it wasn’t engaging the audience until the middle. I thought the performances from Ronan and Robbie were amazing, as you would expect, but I never really thought they had a chance against the other stronger competitors in other films this year.

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    I wonder if Portman calling out the HFPA last year for not nominating a single female director rubbed them off the wrong way so they went with someone else lol.

     

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