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    Stank83
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    Absolutely. Minus Tree Of Life everything was forgettable

    Hugo was a great film.

    Scorsese doing a Spielberg film.

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    I read plenty of people saying Talia Shire did nothing in The Godfather Part II and didn’t deserve her nomination and I disagree. This is how I would rank the lineup excluding Kahn whom I didn’t see:

    1- Valentina Cortese – Day For Night
    2- Talia Shire – The Godfather Part II
    3- Ingrid Bergman – Murder On The Orient Express
    4- Diane Ladd – Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

    That said, Diane Keaton was better than all of them and completely robbed for the first two Godfather films.

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    Paul Thomas Anderson is best 70s born filmmaker alive.

    That’s saying something.

    He should get more recognition.

    Kubrick-Tarkovsky-Scorsese-Bergman-Bresson-Kurosawa

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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Amy Adams gave an Razzie worthy performance in Vice and only got as far as she did in the awards season because her name recognition, rabbid stans wanting an Oscar so badly and her being on year-in-advance prediction lists.

    She was easily outshone in the film by Allison Pill who should’ve been nominated instead of her.

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    Moonlight should’ve won director and Cinematography over La La Land.

    Around 2/3rd of the Best Picture winners suck.

    No Country for Old Men is a bad, empty movie that lacks character and plot development and is a continuation of the Coen Brothers mistaking “quirky, mysterious” characters for deep characters.

    The Best Years of Our Lives has dissolved over the years into a heavy-handed, after school special, soap opera of a film.

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    I’d have given The Lost City of Z  nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor (Charlie Hunnam), Best Adapted Screenplay (possibly a win), Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design.

    "It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in an argument." - William Gibbs McAdoo

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    After understanding the format of screenplay writing and learning more about film period, I truly believe that Alien (1979) is the greatest film ever. There are just so many things about that film that was done so incredibly well.

    I watched Aliens afterwards and I am disappointed at how much more praise Aliens receives over Alien.

    Alien almost felt like a documentary. The cast was perfectly chosen and they did not give too much “popcorn” compared to Aliens. Yes, Aliens was more of an action film, the writing was cheesy as hell. Weaver should have been nominated for both films. What a great chose for the Ripley.

    Alien is #1

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    The Hateful Eight is the best Tarantino film so far.

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    How To Train Your Dragon should have won Best Animated Picture and Best Original Score. Toy Story 3 was a good movie but wouldn’t have gotten so much awards love if we had known there would be a fourth.

    "It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in an argument." - William Gibbs McAdoo

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Seth Rogen DESERVED to be in contention for Supporting Actor for Steve Jobs, but literally NO AWARD CEREMONY nominated him. It makes me sad, he did awesome as Steve Wozniak!

    May the best of your todays be the worst of your tomorrows.

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    Dan Backslide
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    Josh Brolin should’ve been nominated for Infinity War.

    The expectations for Thanos we’re through the roof, and somehow, he completely surpassed them. I don’t care if he played a cgi character in a comic book movie. His performance was tremendous and it definitely should’ve been recognized given the fairly open field of that year.

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    When it comes to storytelling, Avengers Infinity War is the best Marvel movie period. It will be hard to top that.

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    Iron man 1 had the best story and storytelling from Marvel

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    Nah ladies and gents, Thor was the best.

    "It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in an argument." - William Gibbs McAdoo

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    The Age of Innocence is a perfect film.

    One of Scorsese’s greatest films, it should be regarded in popular culture at the same level of his other early seminal masterworks Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The King of Comedy, After Hours, Goodfellas, and Casino.

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