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    • Unpopular Opinions (Part 7)
      Gabe Guarin

      If I were in charge of what the five major Oscar contenders in 2002 were, I'd switch out Gangs of Ne

      Nameizmann

      [quote quote=1203400032]If you had told voters Uncut Gems was by Martin Scorcese and The Irishman was by some up and coming director duo, Uncut Gems might not have done extremely well but it would have gotten some degree of recognition (think Silence

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      Started by:  Chris Beachum

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    • The Invisible Man (2020)
      vinny

      I saw this as well.....it reminded me a lot of "Hollow Man" but I loved Moss in this so I would hope

      James Breheney

      Decent film but has one too many silly moments for me to consider it a great film. Would be forgotten awards-wise any other year for sure but this is an unprecedented year so who knows.

      Started by:  andrew giordano

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    • Why is "Best Actress" so hard for women of Color?
      nosliwer999

      isnt the Academy still a majority of white old people? I know it's getting better with the numbers f

      ENGLAND

      [quote quote=1203397700]There’s such a small box of what Oscars consider to be a prestigious role for women to be worthy of winning an Oscar, and women of color are not given the opportunity. [/quote] I slightly disagree. Women of color are given

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      Started by:  ENGLAND

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    • 1979 Who came in second?
      estrelasdealgeruz

      Picture: Apocalypse Now Director: Francis Ford Coppola, Apocalypse Now  Actor: Roy Scheider, All Th

      Sam_Malone

      I disagree with Candice Bergen - considering the immense love Woody Allen got from the academy in the 70s, I go with Mariel Hemingway. She won praise from critics and she is basically the whole movie - who does not remember her in the last scene? I

      Started by:  RobertPius

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    • Super Early 2021 Oscar Predictions (Part 3)
      Jays

      I’m not buying Hudson as a nominee right now. She’s a terrible actress and she’s coming off Ca

      Lady Marlborough

      [quote quote=1203398630] There are people who have seen the movie?! Anyone who has please DM with any tea about Glenn and Amy’s chances. [/quote] Yeh, she has a winning performance, only if she stays in Supporting. There’s also a spoiler that ma

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      Started by:  Chris Beachum

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    • Actors/actresses who want an Oscar
      Stank83

      Even Joaquin Phoenix this year underneath he wanted it pretty badly. You don't lose 52 pounds for n

      Film expert

      I very much like the guy but it’s clear as a day Bale also is pretty hungry for that leading Oscar. If you look at his filmography from the last couple of years almost all his projects are more or  less successful Oscar baits.

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      Started by:  vlaxym

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    • Alternate Oscars: 1978
      Andrew Carden

      "The Deer Hunter," Michael Cimino, Gary Busey (!), Jill Clayburgh, Jack Warden and Maureen Stapleton

      JayDF

      [quote quote=1203397411] Seriously? [/quote] Yep, all of it one hundred percent. It's not just about what everybody else deems important because that's boring. I like to mix it up when I can and include what's enjoyable here and there, even if fl

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      Started by:  darthvader12

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    • Alternate Oscar Winners/Nominees: 1968
      Andrew Carden

      Of the Oscar nominees, "The Lion in Winter," Anthony Harvey, Alan Bates, Joanne Woodward (Mia Farrow

      JayDF

      My choices for nominations - Picture: Night of the Living Dead The Odd Couple Once Upon a Time In the West Rosemary's Baby * 2001: A Space Odyssey Director: Noel Black, "Pretty Poison" John Cassavetes, "Faces" Stanley Kubrick, "2001: A Space Odyss

      Started by:  darthvader12

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    • 1984: Who came in second?
      Blanche

      Picture: Killing Fields Director: Roland Joffe Actor: Sam Waterson Actress: Judy Davis Supporting Ac

      arodfan

      [quote quote=1203394837]Picture: The Killing Fields Actress: Jessica Lange, Country Actor: Sam Waterston, The Killing Fields Supporting Actress: Christine Lahti, Swing Shift Supporting Actor: Pat Morita, The Karate Kid Director: Roland Joffe, The Kil

      Started by:  Anonymous

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