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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?

    Pacino is definitely getting nominated and probably winning for The Irishman. Playing Hoffa, come on, Pitt aint beating him in supporting.

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    ospencer
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    Pacino is definitely getting nominated and probably winning for The Irishman. Playing Hoffa, come on, Pitt aint beating him in supporting.

    I know you’re a The Irishman stan and that’s ok but we’ve basically seen nothing from it. It’s like you’re expecting everyone to predict it everywhere. Has a crime thriller even been nominated for BP since The Departed? I know it’s full of legends but so is Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, a movie with a subject matter that will appeal to the mass and with a much « fresher » cast. Pitt is a real threat for the win, like it or not.

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    Official poster. Now that’s MUCH better

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    Honey
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    Has a crime thriller even been nominated for BP since The Departed?

    No country for old men, Michael clayton, and hell or high water are crime thrillers. And then there’s films like American Hustle, 3b, and Blackklansman which is heavily centered around crimes but whether or not u consider them thrillers is up to u. And then there’s Zero dark Thirty and Bridge of Spies which are political thrillers which basically lumps into a crime lol. They’re still pretty common and well liked genre by the academy when acclaimed.

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    No country for old men, Michael clayton, and hell or high water are crime thrillers. And then there’s films like American Hustle, 3b, and Blackklansman which is heavily centered around crimes but whether or not u consider them thrillers is up to u. And then there’s Zero dark Thirty and Bridge of Spies which are political thrillers which basically lumps into a crime lol. They’re still pretty common and well liked genre by the academy when acclaimed.

    Even if you consider legal dramas/ political thrillers/ westerns as crime thrillers, The Irishman still looks like a very old-fashioned movie that won’t appeal to younger voters.

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    kellis
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    I need them to stop putting “The 9th film from Quentin Tarantino” on the posters lol.

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    FairWeatherAffair
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    OUTIH is probably Tarantino’s best film since Pulp Fiction(Yes).

    …what about Jackie Brown and Death Proof, which are actually his best films?

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    Official poster. Now that’s MUCH better

    The initial marketing campaign felt more like an editorial spread than a Tarantino flick.

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    Pacino is definitely getting nominated and probably winning for The Irishman. Playing Hoffa, come on, Pitt aint beating him in supporting.

    McConaughey beat Dern for an Oscar. The Academy appears less sentimental these days. Hence the Close defeat after winning televised precursors.

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    I need them to stop putting “The 9th film from Quentin Tarantino” on the posters lol.

    Why?

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    kellis
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    Why?

    It just seems odd to me and takes away from the poster (I talked about how it added to the messiness that was the first posters before when they came out). I mean it’s true that it’s his 9th film and probably his penultimate one, but to me it’s unnecessary.

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    Bradley Ashworth
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    Why?

    I assume it’s because of the Kill Bill confusion. They released it as two films but Tarantino counts it as one. It’s his 10th film, if you count Kill Bill as two films

    The moment he releases a cut of Kill Bill as one film. I’ll consider it one movie. As it stands, I view this as his tenth movie.

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