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  • TVFan365
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    1. Once Upon A Time in Hollywood (Sony)
    2. Marriage Story (Netflix)
    3. The Irishman (Netflix)
    4. Little Women (Sony)
    5. Parasite (CJ)
    6. Joker (WB)
    7. Jojo Rabbit (Disney)
    8. The Farewell (A24)
    9. 1917 (Universal)
    10. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Sony)

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    1. Once Upon A Time in Hollywood (Sony) 2. Marriage Story (Netflix) 3. The Irishman (Netflix) 4. Little Women (Sony) 5. Parasite (CJ) 6. Joker (WB) 7. Jojo Rabbit (Disney) 8. The Farewell (A24) 9. 1917 (Universal) 10. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Sony)

    I would put the The Two Popes instead of ABDITN but other than that I agree.

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    I’m replacing Waves in Original Screenplay with Knives Out now. I don’t think it will be nominated for anything with those reviews. It needs raves to be a contender. A24’s one and only contender now is probably The Lighthouse.

    The Farewell could make a comeback if Waves doesn’t take off, especially if it manages a SAG Cast nomination.

    John Berchmans
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    Wow, my predictions were completely wrong, but I’m exited: Jojo Rabbit is back in the race again, and Parasite is an undeniable contender! My best picture lineup is finally full again!

    On the other hand I guess I’ll have to put the brakes on FvF and ABDITN for now. I still think they’ll get some above the line noms (and FvF will be a major contender below the line) but they might not be the huge crowdpleasers that I though.

    For Your Consideration

    Best Picture: Parasite
    Best Director: Bong-Joon Ho,
    Best Actor: Joaquin Phoenix
    Best Actress: Scarlett Johansson
    Supporting Actor: Al Pacino
    Supporting Actress: Laura Dern
    Adapted Screenplay: Jojo Rabbit
    Original Screenplay: Parasite

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    I would put the The Two Popes instead of ABDITN but other than that I agree.

    You’re right, the film’s screenwriter, Anthony McCarten has been on a role. I just checked and saw that his last 3 films all got into Best Picture (Bohemian Rhapsody, Darkest Hour, and The Theory of Everything). The Two Popes has better reviews than all of 3 of those films which could help but it being on Netflix has me hesitant especially since they already have two films that will likely be in contention.

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    The Farewell could make a comeback if Waves doesn’t take off, especially if it manages a SAG Cast nomination.

    I feel like this has almost no buzz. Great reviews, sure, but few people are talking about it.

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    I feel like this has almost no buzz. Great reviews, sure, but few people are talking about it.

    This site has talked about it a fair amount though.

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    I feel like this has almost no buzz. Great reviews, sure, but few people are talking about it.

    People say this all the time during festival season. It getting pretty tiresome at this point. No one is talking about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood either but that is still widely predicted. The only film with better reviews coming out of the festivals is Marriage Story. With all the festival films flopping people will look back at the earlier films they liked and support them when it comes to nominations.

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    People say this all the time during festival season. It getting pretty tiresome at this point. No one is talking about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood either but that is still widely predicted. The only film with better reviews coming out of the festivals is Marriage Story. With all the festival films flopping people will look back at the earlier films they liked and support them when it comes to nominations.

    Many people are talking about OUATIH but if you say so.

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    I’m counting down the days for AFI Fest because I can’t wait for Queen & Slim! I really think this film, with its screenplay and story by Lena Waithe and James Frey, and directed Melina Matsoukas can make a late surge in the race and perhaps be in contention for a nomination in the top categories. The film looks really good from the trailer and the cast also looks great with Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith, Bokeem Woodbine, Chloë Sevigny, and Indya Moore.

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    Best Picture

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Parasite

    Marriage Story

    The Irishman

    Little Women

    1917

    Ford v Ferrari

    Joker

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

     

    Best Director

     

    Bong-Joon Ho-Parasite

    Quentin Tarantino- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Martin Scorsese-The Irishman

    Noah Baumbach-Marriage Story

    Sam Mendes-1917

     

    Best Actor

     

    Joaquin Phoenix-Joker

    Adam Driver-Marriage Story

    Leonardo DiCaprio-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Antonio Banderas-Pain and Glory

    Christian Bale-Ford v Ferrari

     

    Best Actress

     

    Scarlett Johansson- Marriage Story

    Renee Zellweger-Judy

    Saoirse Ronan-Little Women

    Charlize Theron- Bombshell

    Thomasin McKensie-Jojo Rabbit

     

    Best Supporting Actor

     

    Brad Pitt-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Tom Hanks-A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    Al Pacino-The Irishman

    Willem Dafoe-The Lighthouse

    Jaime Fox-Just Mercy

     

    Best Supporting Actress

     

    Laura Dern- Marriage Story

    Margot Robbie- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Meryl Streep- Little Women

    Florence Pugh- Little Women

    Jennifer Lopez-Hustlers

     

    Best Original Screenplay

     

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Marriage Story

    Parasite

    Ford v Ferrari

    Knives Out

     

    Best Adapted Screenplay

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    The Irishman

    Little Women

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    Joker

     

    Best Film Editing

     

    Ford v Ferrari

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    The Irishman

    Joker

    Jojo Rabbit

     

    Best Cinematography

     

    1917

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    The Irishman

    The Lighthouse

    A Hidden Life

     

    Best Production Design

     

    1917

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Little Women

    Cats

    Ad Astra

     

    Best Costume Design

     

    The Irishman

    Little Women

    Dolemite Is My Name

    Downton Abbey

    Aladdin

     

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling

     

    Jojo Rabbit

    Bombshell

    Downton Abbey

     

    Best Sound Mixing

     

    Ford v Ferrari

    1917

    Avengers Endgame

    Ad Astra

    Cats

     

    Best Sound Editing

     

    1917

    Ford v Ferrari

    Avengers Endgame

    Ad Astra

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker

     

    Best Original Score

     

    1917

    Ford v Ferrari

    Little Women

    Avengers Endgame

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker

     

    Best Original Song

     

    Into The Unknown-Frozen 2

    Spirit-The Lion King

    The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy-Toy Story 4

    Unknown new song-Cats

    Unreleased George Michael song-Last Christmas (if eligible)

     

    Best Visual Effects

     

    The Lion King

    The Irishman

    Avengers Endgame

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker

    Ad Astra

     

    Best Animated Feature

     

    Toy Story 4

    Frozen 2

    How to Train Your Dragon 3 The Hidden World

    Weathering With You

    I Lost My Body

     

     

    For Your Consideration

    Best Picture: Parasite
    Best Director: Bong-Joon Ho,
    Best Actor: Joaquin Phoenix
    Best Actress: Scarlett Johansson
    Supporting Actor: Al Pacino
    Supporting Actress: Laura Dern
    Adapted Screenplay: Jojo Rabbit
    Original Screenplay: Parasite

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    I feel like this has almost no buzz. Great reviews, sure, but few people are talking about it.

    I don’t remember hearing much about Hell or High Water compared to the rest of the 2016 BP nominees until the awards nomination season started. That didn’t stop it from getting in. The Farewell is still in the running for a BP nomination.

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    I don’t remember hearing much about Hell or High Water compared to the rest of the 2016 BP nominees until the awards nomination season started. That didn’t stop it from getting in.

    Well I might be wrong but it seems to me that all the other movies are talked about more or less except for this one. Maybe after the festivals people will start coming back to it I guess.

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    How are people feeling about non-People’s Choice TIFF vehicles like Knives Out, Two Popes, Just Mercy for awards chances?

    FYC: Mary Kay Place in Diane

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    How are people feeling about non-People’s Choice TIFF vehicles like Knives Out, Two Popes, Just Mercy for awards chances?

    I think Two Popes has a very good shot at nominations for Actor, Supporting Actor, and Adapted Screenplay. Knives Out (damn does that movie look good) could get in at Original Screenplay. I don’t think Just Mercy is getting nominated, but I could definitely be wrong.

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