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    The trickiest one is 2016, could see it for many movies like Loving, Captain Fantastic, Nocturnal Animals or even Florence Foster Jenkins.

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    2011: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    2012: Skyfall
    2013: Blue Jasmine
    2014: Foxcatcher & Interstellar
    2015: Carol & Ex Machina
    2016: Loving
    2017: I, Tonya
    2018: First Man & If Beale Street Could Talk
    2019: The Two Popes

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    2011: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo received 5 nominations (including Best Actress), and won Best Film Editing.

    2012: Flight received two major above the line nominations for Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay.

    2013: Blue Jasmine received three major above the line nominations for Best Actress (which it won), Best Supporting Actress, and Best Original Screenplay.

    2014: Foxcatcher receiving 5 nominations (including Best Director), but not Best Picture makes it an obvious candidate. As for the 10th slot, maybe Ida given that it was the Best Foreign Language Film winner of that year as well as the fact that it showed up in Best Cinematography.

    2015: Carol receiving 6 nominations, but not Best Picture make it an obvious candidate. As for the 10th slot, I’m leaning towards Inside Out given that it was the only animated film since Toy Story 3 to have received a screenplay nomination.

    2016: This is a tough one to figure out, but I’m kind of leaning towards Jackie given its 3 nominations (including Best Actress).

    2017: I’m leaning towards Mudbound given that it received 4 nominations overall (including Best Supporting Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay). Though I can definitely see the case for I, Tonya.

    2018: Cold War received 3 nominations (including Best Director) as did If Beale Street Could Talk (which won Best Supporting Actress). Though I can see a case made for Can You Ever Forgive Me? given its 3 above the line nods.

    2019: The Two Popes had three major above the line nominations for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay.

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    2011: Bridesmaids
    2012: Moonrise Kingdom
    2013: Blue Jasmine
    2014: Foxcatcher, Nightcrawler
    2015: Carol, Ex Machina
    2016: 20th Century Women
    2017: I, Tonya
    2018: If Beale Street Could Talk, Cold War
    2019: The Two Popes

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    2011: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    2012: Skyfall
    2013: Blue Jasmine or Before Midnight
    2014: Ida /Interstellar
    2015: Carol / Ex Machina
    2016: The Lobster or Elle
    2017: Logan or Blade Runner 2049
    2018: Cold War / First Reformed
    2019: Portrait of a Lady on Fire

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    2011: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    2012: Skyfall
    2013: Blue Jasmine
    2014: Foxcatcher + Gone Girl
    2015: Inside Out + Ex Machina
    2016: Nocturnal Animals
    2017: Blade Runner 2049
    2018: Cold War + Can You Ever Forgive Me
    2019: Two Popes

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