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    As now I have read all the reviews and reactions from Cannes,OUTIH is probably Tarantino’s best film since Pulp Fiction(Yes).It’s Tarantino at his most mature.Some viewers at Cannes are saying this is Leo’s best performance till date and this is his most natural performance till date.Pitt’s performance has also gained universal praise and he is dubbed as show stealer here,it’s been noted as his coolest role till date.Robbie is amazing as expected but her role is really limited and that’s one of the complain reviewers are giving.Leo is undoubtedly lead of the movie and most probably Brad will campaign and contested as supporting.This is a black comedy.

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    Do y’all think Leo and Brad will be campaigned together in Lead or one will end up being placed in Supporting?

    Margot is definitely getting a nomination for Supporting Actress, especially for that one scene in the movie theater everyone is mentioning and shown in the trailer.

     

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    Hammad Asif
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    Do y’all think Leo and Brad will be campaigned together in Lead or one will end up being placed in Supporting?

    Margot is definitely getting a nomination for Supporting Actress, especially for that one scene in the movie theater everyone is mentioning and shown in the trailer.

    Leo will campaign as lead.If you have been following this movie from the beginning that you will know that Leo was the 1st being signed on and this movie was a about life of Rick Dalton(a fictional character).Given Leo’s starpower as of today he will definitely be slotted as lead.Brad character is major in the movie and his performance is being dubbed as his most coolest role till date but I guess he will campaign as supporting.Robbie is brilliant in the movie but her role is too limited to win or even get nominated.My source for all this info is reviews and reactions compiled post Cannes 2019

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    ospencer
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    Margot will get nominated. The strength of the film and her name are going to be be enough. Just look at Sam Rockwell last year.

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    estrelasdealgeruz
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    From the reviews and feedback that I’m receiving I think Margot Robbie will most likely get nominated but I don’t think she will win. With Annette Bening and Maggie Smith in the mix with huge buzz going for them I don’t see how Margot can win with such little screentime. Bening is receiving best career reviews and her movie is most likely going to be a BP nominee. Not to mention she’s overdue. And Smith is reprising an acclaimed character and performance and her movie also seems a huge BP contender.

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    Babygirl
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    Margot is gonna have some tough competition with Bening, Streep, and Smith. But I think she can do it. Robbie is coming to that oscar

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    Its still may, Im willing to bet my answer will change in a few months.

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    Foolio
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    Robbie is the safest bet for a nod but Pitt also seems to be getting enough praise to be at least nominated in Supporting, and if that happens, I wouldn’t rule out a win – he has a fairly unbeatable narrative.

    Not sure how to feel about DiCaprio. For the moment I’m keeping him in my predictions.

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    Hammad Asif
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    Robbie is the safest bet for a nod but Pitt also seems to be getting enough praise to be at least nominated in Supporting, and if that happens, I wouldn’t rule out a win – he has a fairly unbeatable narrative.

    Not sure how to feel about DiCaprio. For the moment I’m keeping him in my predictions.

    Brad’s performance has been dubbed by many as his coolest and best role in quite sometime and I have seen 2-3 reactions of people calling it Leo’s best performance till date and his most natural one but when you talk about DiCaprio the bar is just too damn high.

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    There was an odd press conference today where some reporter asked why Robbie didn’t have more dialogue in the film. Tarantino shot it down and said I reject your premise. Robbie supposedly just laughed it off. It sounded like the reporter was trying to make it a sexist thing. I guess the men have more lines than Robbie. Heard it on the radio coming home. Probably online somewhere.

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    Hammad Asif
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    There was an odd press conference today where some reporter asked why Robbie didn’t have more dialogue in the film. Tarantino shot it down and said I reject your premise. Robbie supposedly just laughed it off. It sounded like the reporter was trying to make it a sexist thing. I guess the men have more lines than Robbie. Heard it on the radio coming home. Probably online somewhere.

    It is true,review of Robbie’s performance are that she has a limited screentime but every scene she is in is incredible.Now that’s what I knew since last year is that OUTIH will be not a Tate-Manson biopic but a story about 2 best friends working in 60s Hollywood who live next door to Tate.Winning Oscar for this role will be a stretch for Robbie but she can definitely get nominated.She’s special

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    This boi just won the Palm Dog award (which I didn’t even know existed lol) for OUTIH:

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    Hammad Asif
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    1. Leo is never happening lol. This role is good and his name alone will likely get him nominated, but no way he’s winning for such role. I’m a huge fan and I’d be very disappointed if he wins.

    2. Pitt, well I don’t know, he’s going supporting, but they will demand a lot, I mean a more dramatic performance to reward him. I just don’t see him winning for such a comedic performance either. Plus he might face vote splitting with his costar.

    3. Robbie is facing though competition, she might get in, but that’s about it. We have Smith a 2 time winner, reprising her Emmy winning role in what’s going to be one of the most acclaimed film of the year, Bening an overdue, who’s really thirsty and been trying desperately to win an Oscar. Possibly Streep, but she’s not winning anytime soon so… Let’s wait how critics circles respond to Margot’s performance, but I would put my money on her.

    I think all of them will get nominated but Pitt has biggest chance of winning.He have considerable amount of screentime and if he goes supporting,which he most likely will then he can win.His performance has been raved and some reaction said he’s as good as Leo in it.Leo and Robbie are getting nominated at best.

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    1. Leo is never happening lol. This role is good and his name alone will likely get him nominated, but no way he’s winning for such role. I’m a huge fan and I’d be very disappointed if he wins.

    2. Pitt, well I don’t know, he’s going supporting, but they will demand a lot, I mean a more dramatic performance to reward him. I just don’t see him winning for such a comedic performance either. Plus he might face vote splitting with his costar.

    3. Robbie is facing though competition, she might get in, but that’s about it. We have Smith a 2 time winner, reprising her Emmy winning role in what’s going to be one of the most acclaimed film of the year, Bening an overdue, who’s really thirsty and been trying desperately to win an Oscar. Possibly Streep, but she’s not winning anytime soon so… Let’s wait how critics circles respond to Margot’s performance, but I would put my money on her.

    To be clear, I’m not predicting DiCaprio or Robbie to win, but I do think they’re fairly safe for nominations.

    Pitt will not be splitting votes with DiCaprio if he goes supporting. He’s getting career-best reviews, he’s one of if not the biggest male silver screen superstar of his generation, and he has yet to win. Watch out!

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    ^Indeed, he’s a 3-time Oscar nominee, arguably overdue. I’ve never considered him an amazing actor that shouldn’t be left Oscar-less but the narrative is there and this movie will most likely be a huge hit and crowdspleaser so he’s a major threat. DiCaprio isn’t winning, but on the trailer alone he’s baity af and a lock for a nom. Robbie I think it’s not clear yet but given how unclear Supporting Actress is rn I guess she’s fairly a safe bet too. I wonder if Al Pacino is a threat for a nom? He does have The Irishman coming out this year though, maybe he splits votes and ends up unnominated? Maybe he get nommed for the latter?

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