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Who was sixth for Best Director?
Bo Burnham (DGA win suggests more number-one votes than Cooper)
Bradley Cooper (hit all of the precursors)
Peter Farrelly (won Best Picture)
Barry Jenkins (first Spirit winner snubbed in a decade)
Paul Schrader (elder statesman auteur, successful narrative, critical acclaim)
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  • Gabriel Guarin
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    No lol.

    Ok thank goodness.

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    Djoko
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    Is Djoko the same person who wanted to kill Olivia Colman? I’m certain he/she is, but I just want to know for sure.

    Of course not. I loved Olivia Colman in The Favourite and was really happy she won. We needed a big upset like that. But again someone on here saying they’re “certain” about something LOL.

    Good god Jan. This is the second time in a row you’ve gone around calling people morons for discussing alternatives to Green Book; you’re as offensive as the movie you stan. Your arrogance is also showing and it isn’t cute.

    Because nobody on these boards ever use logic. If you’re going by who would have MOST LIKELY gotten the sixth slot then of course it’s Peter Farrelly. It boggles my mind that anyone would pick Cooper over him even after Green Book won best picture, Supp Actor, and Orig Screenplay plus the Director’s branch, for the most part, doesn’t like pretty-boy actors turned Directors. Green Book was much more loved than A Star Is Born. Cooper didn’t even win First Feature at the DGA. Bo Burnham was probably ahead of Cooper for a directing Oscar nom. But again I’m not surprised when people on these boards don’t use their brains – that’s why they’re always wrong and I’m always right.

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    kellis
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    Because nobody on these boards ever use logic. If you’re going by who would have MOST LIKELY gotten the sixth slot then of course it’s Peter Farrelly. It boggles my mind that anyone would pick Cooper over him even after Green Book won best picture, Supp Actor, and Orig Screenplay plus the Director’s branch, for the most part, doesn’t like pretty-boy actors turned Directors. Green Book was much more loved than A Star Is Born. Cooper didn’t even win First Feature at the DGA. Bo Burnham was probably ahead of Cooper for a directing Oscar nom. But again I’m not surprised when people on these boards don’t use their brains – that’s why they’re always wrong and I’m always right.

    Best Picture wins don’t equal support in Director and vice versa. That’s been pretty clear for a good number of the wins these past few years, including this one. Also, thanks for proving my point that you’re just straight-up rude and arrogant.

    “No user starts this shady” - someone culturally relevant.

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    Gabriel Guarin
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    Of course not. I loved Olivia Colman in The Favourite and was really happy she won. We needed a big upset like that. But again someone on here saying they’re “certain” about something LOL.

    Ok sorry. There was just someone on the Oscar ceremony reaction forum who said some really horrible things and Kellis referring to you as Jan made me think of that person.

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