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  • bellajoe
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    Spring Breakers, Hereditary, Gatsby, Phantom Thread, Magic Mike???

    Yikes.

    And if they’re doing Superhero movies, Logan, Infinity War, and Endgame surpass Panther in my opinion.

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    EsOS
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    No the Shape of Water, Fruitvale Station, I, Tonya,  The Big Sick, Black Swan or The Favourite but somehow they include Magic Mike?? Please

    FYC: Octavia Spencer (Luce) - Best Supporting Actress

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    Why U So Obsessed?
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    Moonlight is a masterpiece and began BIG careers for most of its cast.

    “The best way to make someone feel small, is to not say anything to them at all” —>clicks ignore button

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    TOSHlRO
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    I mean, Pitch Perfect is genuinely fantastic so I wouldn’t be opposed to it.

    The first was a charming surprise, I admit. But yeah, if the list is gonna have a blockbuster ensemble comedy then it should’ve been Girls Trip. I have never laughed THAT much in years.

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    The first was a charming surprise, I admit. But yeah, if the list is gonna have a blockbuster ensemble comedy then it should’ve been Girls Trip. I have never laughed THAT much in years.

    You misspelled “Bridesmaids”.

    Lupita for a nomination. Renee for a win. That's it.

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    M: The Original
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    Some good and bad choices, but Black Swan being snubbed kinda hurts.

    It was overrated rubbish on arrival.

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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    I was kinda worried that there was a recency bias here, but I tried to crunch the numbers as quick as I could (this adds up to 99 so I made a mistake somewhere) and it doesn’t look too glaring:

    2019- 5
    2018-17
    2017-8
    2016-14
    2015-10
    2014-9
    2013-10
    2012-8
    2011-11
    2010-7

    It is interesting that last year was one of the worst BP lineups in recent memory and yet it has the most mentions. Also that 2019 is already only a few movies away from 2010, 2012, and 2017 before Oscar season has begun

    I didn’t think 2018’s BP lineup was that terrible. 5 of the films were genuinely fantastic and the three bad ones you can at least understand how you there (making money and winning the Globes), although I’m still baffled at how Vice got into BP.

    What’s more interesting is that 2018 has the 2nd most represented of BP nominees (tied with 2012) only behind 2017.

    2018 – A Star Is Born, Black Panther & Roma
    2017 – Call Me By Your Name, Get Out, Lady Bird, Phantom Thread
    2016 – La La Land, Moonlight
    2015 – Mad Max: Fury Road
    2014 – Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel
    2013 – The Wolf of Wall Street
    2012 – Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Zero Dark Thirty
    2011 – The Tree of Life
    2010 – Inception, The Social Network

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    Moonlight number 1?? For real. The shit is highly overrated. It was nothing special and I’m saying this as a gay man. If I had my way, I would have given best picture to La La Land or better still Hell or High Water. Moonlight doesn’t even deserve to be in top 40.

     

    Mad Max : Fury Road should take the number onr spot. The most innovative action movie of our time

    Taron Egerton (Rocketman) for best actor. Charlize Theron looks great in Bombshell teaser

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    2018 – A Star Is Born, Black Panther & Roma

    Anne Thompson is really high on Black Panther so whatever, but including those two over The Favourite is really bizarre.

    2017 – Call Me By Your Name, Get Out, Lady Bird, Phantom Thread

    Lady Bird and Get Out are in my top ten of the decade so can’t complain here. Wish Dunkirk had made it on.

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    Lil Tony
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    Lady Bird and Get Out are in my top ten of the decade so can’t complain here. Wish Dunkirk had made it on.

    I’m surprised she didn’t include Wonder Woman. She overhyped that movie that year

    Taron Egerton (Rocketman) for best actor. Charlize Theron looks great in Bombshell teaser

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    Yikes, not happy to see all the XXL hate here. That is maybe one of the most daring choices the crappy critics at Indiewire have made in some time.

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    12 Years A Slave not making the list is insulting. Easily the best film of this decade I’ve seen so far.

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    Alan McFly Chrzan
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    I really appreciate that they put Paddington 2, M:I – Fallout and Black panther on that list, but it’s still sucks

     

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    Yikes, not happy to see all the XXL hate here. That is maybe one of the most daring choices the crappy critics at Indiewire have made in some time.

    Haven’t seen XXL, but the first film is a masterpiece imo.

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