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    I just checked out the last decade’s Oscar BP winners and I realized some of them only also won either GG or BAFTA and some of them didn’t win any besides Oscars. I think, it’s easier to predict actors/actresses’ category because they are usually locks but it’s harder to do it with BP nominees.

    2010 – The Hurt Locker – BAFTA (Best Film)

    2011 – The King’s Speech – BAFTA (Best Film)

    2012 – The Artist – Golden Globes (Best Musical/Comedy) – BAFTA (Best Film)

    2013 – Argo – Golden Globes (Best Drama) – BAFTA (Best Film)

    2014 – 12 Years a Slave – Golden Globes (Best Drama) – BAFTA (Best Film)

    2015 – Birdman

    2016 – Spotlight

    2017 – Moonlight – Golden Globes (Best Drama)

    2018 – The Shape of Water

    2019 – Green Book – Golden Globes (Best Musical/Comedy)

    I don’t know but 1917 seems so obvious and I think Oscars would like to surprise.

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    I just checked out the last decade’s Oscar BP winners and I realized some of them only also won either GG or BAFTA and some of them didn’t win any besides Oscars. I think, it’s easier to predict actors/actresses’ category because they are usually locks but it’s harder to do it with BP nominees. 2010 – The Hurt Locker – BAFTA (Best Film) 2011 – The King’s Speech – BAFTA (Best Film) 2012 – The Artist – Golden Globes (Best Musical/Comedy) – BAFTA (Best Film) 2013 – Argo – Golden Globes (Best Drama) – BAFTA (Best Film) 2014 – 12 Years a Slave – Golden Globes (Best Drama) – BAFTA (Best Film) 2015 – Birdman 2016 – Spotlight – Golden Globes (Best Drama) 2017 – Moonlight – Golden Globes (Best Drama) 2018 – The Shape of Water 2019 – Green Book – Golden Globes (Best Musical/Comedy) I don’t know but 1917 seems so obvious and I think Oscars would like to surprise.

    Spotlight didn’t win the Golden Globe. The Revenant did. In fact, The Revenant also won BAFTA and DGA, so winning the GG and BAFTA does not mean you are inscrutable.

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    Spotlight didn’t win the Golden Globe. The Revenant did. In fact, The Revenant also won BAFTA and DGA, so winning the GG and BAFTA does not mean you are inscrutable.

    Oh, thanks for pointing that out, I corrected it now. Yeah, exactly my thoughts. Do you think it could happen this year, too? I feel like, recently the Academy goes with the movies that give a message to audience.

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    I feel like, recently the Academy goes with the movies that give a message to audience.

    That would be Parasite. What concerns me about the film though are two things: 1. No foreign film in the 92 years of the Academy has won BP, and 2. Can it win BP without acting nominations? You could say the actors are unknown, but so were Yalitza Aparicio and Marina De Tavira in Roma. It does have support from the actors’ branch, but how much?

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    That would be Parasite. What concerns me about the film though are two things: 1. No foreign film in the 92 years of the Academy has won BP, and 2. Can it win BP without acting nominations? You could say the actors are unknown, but so were Yalitza Aparicio and Marina De Tavira in Roma. It does have support from the actors’ branch, but how much?

    I think the films that give a message are Parasite, Jojo Rabbit and Joker. OUATIH and 1917 just don’t give any message. I think, Parasite’s only disadvantage is that it’s a foreign language film. You’re right about acting nominations. I think, every BP winner had nominations in acting categories.

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