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    Keth
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    They could probably give out three or four awards during the live presentation instead of performing the songs. Just do a quick medley of the songs before announcing the award. I can’t believe original song is going to be televised live and not best original score. The score is more important to a film than just the one song. By far. Get a grip Academy.

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    “Dos Oruguitas” will win and I’d be very happy with that. It is actually perfection in the film. It’s not a beginning title song or an end title song, but it’s a song that is ESSENTIAL to the film and really communicates a beautiful message… Plus it’s Lin Manuel Miranda’s time….

    Ranking likelihood of winning:
    1. Dos Oruguitas
    2. No Time to Die
    3. Be Alive
    4. Somehow You Do
    5. Down to Joy

    But on a side note, you know Beyonce’s performance is gonna be amazing and the best of the nominees…. If she had been campaigning and performing the song elsewhere, she could’ve had a better shot at winning.

    Score… Um, Dune? with an Encanto spoiler…

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    Sean C
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    I think Encanto takes both categories.

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    I would love the score to go to Johnny Greenwood. His music fits PotD perfectly.

    For the song, I don’t know. I bet they give it indeed to Encanto. I wasn’t crazy about the songs this year.

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    F it. I’m at the point where I’m literally gonna flip a coin for the Song category. I’ve gone back and forth a hundred times between Encanto and No Time To Die and no matter which wins I’ll kick myself if I went with the wrong one.

    It would honestly be a relief if Be Alive won so at least I can be completely off.

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    Either Be Alive or No Time to Die will win Best Original Song.

    Either Dune or The Power of the Dog will win Best Score.

    Interestingly, I like Belfast’s song and Encanto’s score most, even though I don’t like any of the songs and scores this year.

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    Yay Billie & FINNEAS! Never wavered from them, since the only song that could beat them was unsubmitted “Bruno,” not “Dos Oruguitas.” LMM can EGOT later lol.

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    imagine betting against Billie when she swept the grammys. no time to die absolutely would have crushed we don’t talk about bruno too.

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    Billie killed it yesterday. Truly the best performance of the best song from the best movie out of the nominees. Every single other result would have been awful. Especially since Lin wasn’t even present and couldn’t have accepted his EGOT-completing Oscar in person.

    Letterboxd: Ray_In_Bruges

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    So Billie Eilish still won in the end in spite of the song being first released two years ago?

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight", "The Other Two" and "Station Eleven" in all categories, Sarah Lancashire ("Julia"), William Jackson Harper ("Love Life") and Luke Kirby ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel")

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    So Billie Eilish still won in the end in spite of the song being first released two years ago?

    It’s almost like the song was always undeniable and the biggest competing movie had its 5th-best song nominated, isn’t it! Agatha All Along vs. something from Bo Burnham’s Inside all over again.

    Letterboxd: Ray_In_Bruges

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    Can’t believe Hans Zimmer FINALLY won his second Oscar.
    Should have won for Inception, Interstellar and Gladiator as well. Maybe even Dunkirk.
    But at least he has a second one now

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    I understand Lin Manuel had a nice narrative, but Billie won every possible award before. This one was already hers when the song was released…

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    Billie had this the moment Bruno wasn’t submitted, Dos Oruguitas was easily the weakest Encanto song.

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