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    mateil
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    For example, I think Once Upon A Time In Hollywood would probably have won this year.
    Do you have any similar takes on directors, actors or films that lost in the past couple of years, but would’ve won this year?

    Or do you have any takes on past winners who would’ve lost this year?

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    Yes, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood or The Irishman would have won precursors in this long season.
    It’s not a shortened season in which a flashy late breaker of the moment (i’m looking at you,1917!!) can be benefited by.

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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood would NEVER win in any year. Not just because it’s a badly edited mess, but also because only cinephiles and Film Twitter liked this movie.

    I think Gravity would have won. It would feel the gap of a crowdpleasing movie that does well in the preferential ballot and isn’t from Netflix. I hate Gravity, but I think it would’ve swept this year.

     

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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood would NEVER win in any year. Not just because it’s a badly edited mess, but also because only cinephiles and Film Twitter liked this movie.

    Loool, sure.

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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood couldn’t even win SAG ensemble. It wouldn’t have won this year.

    FYC Emmys: "The Crown" in all categories, "I May Destroy You" in all categories, "It's a Sin" in all categories, "Small Axe" in all categories, Billie Piper ("I Hate Suzie"), Yvonne Strahovski ("Stateless") and Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials")

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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood couldn’t even win SAG ensemble. It wouldn’t have won this year.

    I disagree. Hollywood losing SAG last year wasn’t due to its weakness, but more likely due to how strong Parasite was. I think it had a good chance of beating Chicago 7 this year.

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    Blackkklansman or Get Out. SAG ensemble nominees + Screenplay winners + socially relevant + critically & audience acclaimed.

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    Blackkklansman or Get Out. SAG ensemble nominees + Screenplay winners + socially relevant + critically & audience acclaimed.

    Get out would never win.  People would still refuse to watch the movie this year

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    Once upon a time would never win Best Picture. Hollywood missed editing to <i>JoJo Rabbit</i> of all movies just like Mank and Roma missed editing for criticism of it being overly long and bloated. I mean the film has a lower Rotten Tomatoes audience score than Nomadland and Roma…

    Michelle Williams Oscar campaign manager.

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    I think if Black Panther came out at the beginning of 2020, its momentum will just get stronger and stronger–and it will win Best Picture.

    Just kidding, Nomadland will probably still be the frontrunner, but BP’s buzz will make it a stronger contender.

    I just love movies. And awards.

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