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  • AayaanUpadhyaya
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    Not too alarmed by the snub of Jackie, was kind of expecting it here given their track record.

    The one that genuinely concerns me is the snub of Fences everywhere, even Viola Davis not getting supporting actress. It makes me worry that, like i had mentioned in another thread, we are overestimating it’s chances.

    Also Jeff Bridges winning here makes me more confident about his nomination at Globes and Oscars (he was always getting the SAG nod regardless)

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    Brennan Merone
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    I think Affleck, Bridges, and Harris all secured Oscar nominations. Adams’ stock increased as well. I’m just concerned about the competition.

    Also, this seems like a sign Silence will be good.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    One of those times you can’t blame them for being sheep, unlike the Satelites who just keep embarassing themselves . I doubt Amy Adams gets an Oscar nod, they could’ve easily gone with Denzel and Viola and they didn’t, Patriots Day (lol) so at least they went with what they wanted to reward.

    What the hell with an award for the creative collaboration between Peter Berg and Mark Whalberg…another laugh…

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    Awardsfan1990
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    I doubt Amy Adams gets an Oscar nod.

    Don’t be stupid. The Academy loves Amy Adams, as evidence by her 5 previous nominations. She’s getting nominated again, mark my words.

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    Awardsfan1990
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    Very glad for the kudos for Barry Jenkins, Amy Adams, Jeff Bridges, and Naomie Harris. I’m surprised Hail, Caesar! made it into the top films. It was a good movie, but nowhere near best of the year, in my opinion. Seeing Silence in here makes me very confident Scorsese has delivered gold once again. I’m glad to see Eye In The Sky in the top 10 independent films, but I wish that The Witch was there as well. At least Anya Taylor-Joy won the Breakthrough Performance at the Gotham Awards.

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    Riley
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    2013:
    Spike Jonze, Her
    Emma Thompson, Saving Mr. Banks
    Will Forte, Nebraska
    Octavia Spencer, Fruitvale Station
    Joel and Ethan Coen, Inside Llewyn Davis
    The Past (foreign)
    Stories We Tell (documentary)

    2014:
    A Most Violent Year across the board
    Clint Eastwood, American Sniper
    Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, The Lego Movie
    Life Itself (documentary)

    2015:
    Quentin Tarantino, The Hateful Eight

    2016:
    Jay Cocks & Martin Scorsese, Silence
    Amy Adams, Arrival

    The kiss of death lives on!

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    Paul Hardister
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    How about 2017? What are your predictions for this year?

    (If someone started a new thread I apologize, I searched for NBR 2017 and nothing came up)

    Not saying this is how I would vote but what I think they will go with:

    Best Picture: Dunkirk

    The rest of their potential top 10 in ABC order:

    Blade Runner 2049
    Coco
    Call Me By Your Name
    Get Out
    Lady Bird
    Phantom Thread
    The Post
    The Shape of Water
    3 Billboards

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    Bee
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    I doubt Amy Adams gets an Oscar nod.

    Don’t be stupid. The Academy loves Amy Adams, as evidence by her 5 previous nominations. She’s getting nominated again, mark my words.

    Damn lol

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