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    The Person Formerly Known As Linguini
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    Pride (2014) was better than half the best picture nominees at the 2015 Oscars, and deserved at least Screenplay, Actor (Ben Schnetzer), and Supporting Actor (Bill Nighy) nominations.

    rubbish

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    I do not care for Sam Smith but his Bond song was MUCH better than Adele’s Sky Fall.

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    Andrew Garfield is a way better actor than Robert Pattinson or Timothee Chalamet, and yet he’s not getting his due, thus the same opportunities they are getting.

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    Rebecca Hall was horribly snubbed for Christine. She was better than all of the nominated performance.

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    The Best Picture of 1996 was Jane Campion’s The Portrait of a Lady followed by Breaking the Waves and then Fargo. IMO, 1996 had one of the strongest pools of female lead actresses to choose from, and among those the winner of the Oscar among Oscar-worthy performances should have been either Lili Taylor in I Shot Andy Warhol or Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves, but I am not not mad at all at who actually won and who was actually nominated (except maybe Diane Keaton in Marvin’s Room which was a fine performance but I feel like that year had a wealth from the movie gods for Best Actress)

    Speaking of Fargo, the best Coen’s Brother’s film is A Serious Man.

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    Matthew McConaughey should play Abraham Lincoln.

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    vinny
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    Matthew McConaughey should play Abraham Lincoln.

    Lincoln’s Last Trial: The Murder Case That Propelled Him to the Presidency would be great on screen

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    The Mummy (1999) is one of the best movies ever and I would have nominated Rachel Weisz for Best Actress. The film deserved a BP nomination.

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    Lincoln’s Last Trial: The Murder Case That Propelled Him to the Presidency would be great on screen

    Either that or a film about the Lincoln-Douglas debates. Or the election of 1860.

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    I think Ben Affleck’s snub for Argo (remember that movie?) would have been one of the best decisions that the Director’s branch ever made if not for the fact that they did nominate David O. Russell for Silver Linings Playbook that same year. I also blame the Affleck snub for making Argo as unbeatable as it became for Best Picture.

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    2021 Oscars should only count movies released in 2020.

    I just love movies. And awards.

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    1. The Hateful Eight was Tarantino’s best film of the 2010s.
    2. The Shape of Water was an awful Best Picture winner.
    3. The King’s Speech was a great Best Picture winner.
    4. She’s Gotta Have It is Spike Lee’s best film.
    5. Birdman is the best film of the 2010s.
    6. Interstellar is better than Inception and The Prestige.
    7. A Fantastic Woman and The Salesman were awful Foreign Film winners, especially compared to The Square/On Body and Soul and Toni Erdmann respectively.
    8. Regina King did not deserve her Oscar over the two Favourite nominees and Claire Foy who wasn’t even nominated.

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    “The Shape of Water was an awful Best Picture Winner”.

    I don’t think that’s an unpopular opinion anymore.

    Especially in an year in which there were films like Get Out, Dunkirk, Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird, and Phantom Thread, which all aged better than this movie.

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    That is an unpopular opinion. Shape of Water is still popular, it never got any big backlash.

    Let’s Go Bucks

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    That is an unpopular opinion. Shape of Water is still popular, it never got any big backlash.

    Bullshit, it got lots of backlash/indifference after the win, the main reason being all the movies I wrote above grew more popular over time.

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