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  • Mickmack
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    I’m curious what is the link between Mary Queen of Scotts and Little Women? Just because a film with Saoirse Ronan flopped doesn’t mean everything she does will flop as well. The cast is stacked, it’s a beloved story, the director is great… it’s not delusional to predict it will do well with the Academy.

    The cast is stacked I agree but Widows was stacked too for Davis and there is nothing orignal about this role.  There was literally a Little Women movie that came out last year. I think the critics will be tired of the story. I wouldn’t call Gerwig a great director quite yet. The second film says more about a director I think. Let’s see how she does.

    Matthew anzalone
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    The full toy story 4 trailer came out today. Its definitely not a best picture contender like I thought it would be. I see an best animated film and best adapted screenplay nomination in its future.

    vinny
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    The full toy story 4 trailer came out today. Its definitely not a best picture contender like I thought it would be. I see an best animated film and best adapted screenplay nomination in its future.

    I already feel like Bo Peep is going to be the villian in that. And I hope I am wrong.

    kellis
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    I already feel like Bo Peep is going to be the villian in that. And I hope I am wrong.

    Past Toy Story villains: spent too much time away from their owners and turned into total psychopaths.

    Bo Peep: spent too much time away from her owner…I feel like I’ve watched the movie now lol.

    Edit: Also, why is Slappy from Goosebumps in this lol?

    FairWeatherAffair
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    I wouldn’t call Gerwig a great director quite yet. The second film says more about a director I think. Let’s see how she does.

    Lady Bird was her second film.

    vinny
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    Past Toy Story villains: spent too much time away from their owners and turned into total psychopaths.

    Bo Peep: spent too much time away from her owner…I feel like I’ve watched the movie now lol

    Edit: Also, why is Slappy from Goosebumps in this lol?

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    Tyler
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    Kudos to Natalie Portman for deciding to work on artistic and different films rather than obviously baity ones. From the trailer her performance looks phenom per usual, but I have a feeling it’ll lack visibility.

    Mr. Tintin
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    I don’t think the quality of The Woman in the Window will matter as much as we think for Amy Adams. Bohemian Rhapsody got mediocre reviews, yet Rami Malek managed to win for his portrayal. Meryl Streep won for The Iron Lady, which got mixed reviews. I think Amy will win as long as the film gets attention from the awards ceremonies and good buzz from the audience.

    I think, though, that the film will be good. It’s got a packed cast (Amy, Julianne Moore, Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie, etc) and when Joe Wright hits, he hits hard. Also, I remember people saying that A Simple Favor, another thriller, was also trash, but the film got a lot of decent reviews. I think Amy’s got this Oscar.

     

    #AmyAdamsforBestActressOscar2020

    #BenedictCumberbatchforBestActorOscar2020

    #HowToTrainYourDragonTheHiddenWorldforBestAnimatedFeatureOscar2020

    Emmys 2019: I stan Amy Adams, Mahershala Ali, and Jason Bateman.

    Oscars 2020: I stan Amy Adams, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dean Deblois, and John Powell.

    M: The Original
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    Kudos to Natalie Portman for deciding to work on artistic and different films rather than obviously baity ones. From the trailer her performance looks phenom per usual, but I have a feeling it’ll lack visibility.

    Fox Searchlight backing all of her previous Best Actress nods helps her with the visibility part.

    Matthew anzalone
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    Im starting to think the lion king could end up being nominated for best picture. it could pull an mad max fury road(only getting technical nominations and best picture). if this years award season taught me something is that anything can happen

    Blanche
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    Im starting to think the lion king could end up being nominated for best picture. it could pull an mad max fury road(only getting technical nominations and best picture). if this years award season taught me something is that anything can happen

    Mad Max sweetie….

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    BEST PICTURE
    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Fair and Balanced
    Harriet
    The Irishman
    The Last Thing He Wanted (winner)
    The Laundromat
    Little Women
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    BEST DIRECTOR
    Greta Gerwig – Little Women
    Kasi Lemmons – Harriet
    Dee Rees – The Last Thing He Wanted (winner)
    Martin Scorsese – The Irishman
    Quentin Tarantino – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    BEST ACTRESS
    Amy Adams – The Woman in the Window
    Cynthia Erivo – Harriet (winner)
    Anne Hathaway – The Last Thing He Wanted
    Saoirse Ronan – Little Women
    Charlize Theron – Fair and Balanced

    BEST ACTOR
    Timothée Chalamet – The King (winner)
    Robert De Niro – The Irishman
    Leonardo DiCaprio – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    Gary Oldman – The Laundromat
    Matthew Rhys – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Annette Bening – The Report
    Laura Dern – Little Women
    Janelle Monáe – Harriet
    Margot Robbie – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (winner)
    Meryl Streep – The Laundromat

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Willem Dafoe – The Last Thing He Wanted (winner)
    Tom Hanks – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    John Lithgow – Fair and Balanced
    Al Pacino – The Irishman
    Brad Pitt – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    The Goldfinch
    The Irishman
    The Last Thing He Wanted
    Little Women (winner)

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
    Fair and Balanced (winner)
    The Farewell
    Harriet
    The Laundromat
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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    Matthew anzalone
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    Mad Max sweetie….

    Ok. Maybe thats the wrong example. Yeah I kinda realize how crazy that sounded. But I still the lion king could get a bunch of technical nominations(Visual effects, the Sound categories, Score, ect.) and could pull an best picture nomination.

    Foolio
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    Ok. Maybe thats the wrong example. Yeah I kinda realize how crazy that sounded. But I still the lion king could get a bunch of technical nominations(Visual effects, the Sound categories, Score, ect.) and could pull an best picture nomination.

    With Jon Favreau directing, I’m doubtful about The Lion King’s Best Picture chances. A handful of indies aside, he mostly helms genre movies that can get below-the-line nominations but so far hasn’t shown the kind of directorial vision that would traditionally walk a movie to a Best Picture nod. I would be more optimistic with an auter like Ava DuVernay or Sam Mendes.

    Then again, Bohemian Rhapsody was nominated so what do I know.

    Matthew anzalone
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    Trailer for OUATIH is here

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvjeZt1fyIg

    Looks great. My thinking of putting it in comedy at the globes might pay off.

     

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