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    • 1981 Best Supporting Actress
      Emmyfan

      My vote would have been for Eileen Brennan. I was impressed by Diana Scarwald's performance. Diana

      Elazul

      [quote quote=1203446217] It is not as hip and stylized as Something Wild. It is more of a southern style comedy/drama. [/quote] Checked it out and found it quite entertaining, more than Something Wild. Demme made some strange movies overall...

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      Started by: Owl-Always-watching

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    • Rank the Best Supporting Actress Winners of the 1960s
      keithw

      1. Ruth Gordon, Rosemary's Baby (way out in front - one of the best winners ever) 2. Sandy Dennis,

      FreemanGriffin

      1. Ruth Gordon, Rosemary's Baby (deserved her win!) 2. Sandy Dennis, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (deserved) 3. Shelley Winters, A Patch of Blue (deserved) 4. Patty Duke, The Miracle Worker (Angela Lansbury should have won) 5. Estelle Parsons, Bon

      Started by: Jeffrey Kare

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    • The Undivided Acting Categories
      Milk Money

      Don’t see the point of even entertaining this.

      If they combined the acting categories, they’d HAVE to expand the list of nominees from 5 to 10. Essentially merging both gender lead/supporting performance fields into 1. 5 women, 5 men in each There would be too much controversy if the line up

      Started by: OneAndOnly

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    • Paul Thomas Anderson's Feature Films
      Chimichanggas

      I'll start. 1. There Will Be Blood 2. The Master 3. Boogie Nights 4. Punch-Drunk Love 5. Phantom Th

      dimedropper34

      HUGE PTA fan here (spot my DP as Rollergirl from Boogie Nights) my all-time favorite, I really follow his work :> Here's my list: 1. There Will Be Blood 2. The Master These two consecutive works took his art to a whole new level. His style went

      Started by: Chimichanggas

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    • Christopher Nolan's Feature Films
      Chimichanggas

      I'll go first. 1. Interstellar 2. Dunkirk 3. The Dark Knight 4. Insomnia 5. Memento 6. Inception 7

      Cinephile

      1.  The Dark Knight 2. Inception 3. Interstellar 4. The Dark Knight Rises 5. Dunkirk 6. Memento 7. Batman Begins 8. Insomnia 9. The Prestige 10. Following *no.1-5 deserved way more awards attention than it received.

      Started by: Chimichanggas

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    • "Television" Movies in Light of COVID
      The One and Only of Gold Derby.

      If the film goes straight to digital but not a streaming service, it can be counted for the Academy

      The One and Only of Gold Derby.

      If the film goes straight to digital but not a streaming service, it can be counted for the Academy Awards (assuming they change eligibility tomorrow). Example: Trolls: World Tour If the film goes straight to digital on a streaming service (such as

      Started by: MisterScones

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    • The point of FYC ads?
      Riley Chow

      You could say that about advertising for anything, no?

      Cinephile

      There's multiple functions behind the FYC ads. The main ones are: 1. Reminding voters that they really enjoyed the film and to not forget about it when casting their ballots. This is important especially when contenders are released back in early oc

      Started by: The2ndAvenger

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    • 1979 Best Supporting Actor
      keithw

      I would have chosen Robert Duvall in Apocalypse Now.

      JayDF

      My rankings: 1. Robert Duvall, APOCALYPSE NOW 2. Frederic Forrest, THE ROSE 3. Melvyn Douglas, BEING THERE 4. Justin Henry, KRAMER VS. KRAMER 5. Mickey Rooney, THE BLACK STALLION My personal nominees: 1. Robert Duvall, APOCALYPSE NOW 2. Paul Doo

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      Started by: arodfan

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