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    For my final topic in the Academy Awards Best Picture since expansion trilogy, What is the Best Picture of each year since the academy expanded the list of recipients in 2009 to be snubbed for the category? So we don’t have too many options, the film you pick has to have been nominated for at least one Oscar for any category except picture. Here’s my personal list:

    2009 – Coraline

    2010 – The Town

    2011 – The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

    2012 – The Master

    2013 – Inside Llewyn Davis

    2014 – Nightcrawler

    2015 – Inside Out

    2016 – Kubo and the Two Strings

    2017 – Coco

    2018 – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    2019 – The Lighthouse

    FYC Oscars: Licorice Pizza (Best Picture, Best Director, Original Screenplay), The Mitchells vs The Machines (Best Picture, Animated Feature, Original Screenplay), Wes Anderson (Best Director), Denzel Washington (The Tragedy of MacBeth), Andrew Garfield and Robin de Jesus (Tick, Tick...BOOM!), Jayne Houdyshell (The Humans), Stephen Karam (Adapted Screenplay), Attica and Summer of Soul (Best Documentary)

    FYC Razzies: Dear Evan Hansen (in all eligible categories)

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    The Farewell last year hurt

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    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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    2015 : Carol/Hateful Eight

    2016 : The Lobster

    2017 : Mudbound

    2018 : If Beale Street Could Talk

    2019 : Les Misérables

    FYC

    Best Actress - Pénélope Cruz, Olivia Colman

    Best Actor - Denzel Washington

    Best Supporting Actress - Aunjanue Ellis, Kathryn Hunter

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    2009: Mary and Max
    2010: Blue Valentine
    2011: Drive
    2012: Moonrise Kingdom/Seven Psychopaths
    2013: The Hunt
    2014: Gone Girl
    2015: Ex Machina
    2016: The Lobster
    2017: Logan
    2018: A Quiet Place
    2019: Knives Out

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    2009 – Coraline

    2010 – Dogtooth

    2011 – Bridesmaids

    2012 – Skyfall

    2013 – Inside Llewyn Davis

    2014 – Foxcatcher

    2015 – Carol

    2016 – Toni Erdmann

    2017 – The Florida Project

    2018 – First Reformed

    2019 – Ad Astra

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    I’d take part but my list would probably be just a bunch of foreign films and The Lighthouse. I guess for this year I’d also include Bad Education since it isn’t eligible.

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    That says ‘subbed’ mate.

    I’m not usually one to care for typos, but it matters when it means something different.

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    Anyway, snubs with at least one other nomination? I’d go with these—

    2009: Fantastic Mr Fox
    2010: I’m happy with this year. No snubs.
    2011: A Separation (maybe Drive)
    2012: The Master or Moonrise Kingdom
    2013: Inside Lleywn Davis (what was with the lack of love here? Coens with a knockout and they got near nothing)
    2014: Nightcrawler
    2015: Inside Out
    2016: The Lobster
    2017: Coco
    2018: First Reformed
    2019: The Lighthouse

    Which is a mixture of reality and personal taste.

    Breaking the rules for a sec, but I’m still peeved Wall-E didn’t land a BP nom in 2008. Leagues ahead of everything nominated.

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    That says ‘subbed’ mate. I’m not usually one to care for typos, but it matters when it means something different.

    I realized that after I posted, and I feel like a dumbass.

    FYC Oscars: Licorice Pizza (Best Picture, Best Director, Original Screenplay), The Mitchells vs The Machines (Best Picture, Animated Feature, Original Screenplay), Wes Anderson (Best Director), Denzel Washington (The Tragedy of MacBeth), Andrew Garfield and Robin de Jesus (Tick, Tick...BOOM!), Jayne Houdyshell (The Humans), Stephen Karam (Adapted Screenplay), Attica and Summer of Soul (Best Documentary)

    FYC Razzies: Dear Evan Hansen (in all eligible categories)

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    And believe me, I know some of these had no shot at all.

    2009: The White Ribbon
    2010: Incendies
    2011: A Separation
    2012: The Master
    2013: Blue is the Warmest Color
    2014: Nightcrawler
    2015: Carol
    2016: The Handmaiden
    2017: A Fantastic Woman
    2018: Burning
    2019: Portrait of a Lady on Fire

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    2009: Fantastic Mr. Fox (dir. Wes Anderson)
    2010: Blue Valentine (dir. Derek Cianfrance)
    2011: A Separation (dir. Asghar Farhadi)
    2012: The Master (dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)
    2013: August: Osage County (dir. John Wells)
    2014: Interstellar (dir. Christopher Nolan)
    2015: The Hateful Eight (dir. Quentin Tarantino)
    2016: A Man Called Ove (dir. Hannes Holm)
    2017: Faces Places (dir. Agnès Varda and JR)
    2018: Can You Ever Forgive Me? (dir. Marielle Heller)
    2019: The Two Popes (dir. Fernando Meirelles)

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    So hard to choose just one sometimes, but in cases of multiple options I’ve bolded my first choice.

    The Secret in Their Eyes
    Another Year/Hereafter
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    The Master
    The Act of Killing/The Wind Rises
    Gone Girl/Inherent Vice/The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
    Carol/The Look of Silence
    Toni Erdmann
    Faces Places
    Ad Astra

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