The first film had about 13 key characters, so I am going to give 13 for the second film.
– Daniel Craig (detective)
– Jake Gyllenhaal
– Michael Keaton
– Henry Golding
– Oscar Isaac
– Samuel L. Jackson
– Reese Witherspoon
– Billie Lourd
– Jennifer Gardner
– Phoebe Waller-Bridge
– Michelle Yeoh
– Regina King
Scott replied to the topic Who will be this year's "out of nowhere" nominees? in the forum Movies 1 month ago
George MacKay deserves the nom over Leo! I couldn’t even imagine Leo giving the type of performance George gave.
Final Nominations (By Film):
– Actor (BOLD prediction)
– Original Screenplay
– Sound Editing
– Sound Mixing
– Visual Effects
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (10)
– Supporting Actor
– Original Screenplay
Because she was great in Us! I used to hate on Lupita but her performance in Us completely changed my view of her as an actress. I still have to see Judy, so its hard for me to root for Zellweger or actually know how deserving she is compared to her pretty great competition.
LAZY. That’s how I would describe these voters. I was actually excited for this award show because its nominees are more inspiring than most, but what do they do, they followed like sheep.
I’ll admit, I haven’t seen Judy yet, so I can’t really complain about Zellweger, but I do know that the other nominees are EXTREMELY deserving, so hopefully…[Read more]
I can’t believe that OUATH is still in this and will most likely win the most Oscars and have the most nominations. I think its undeservingly getting Best Picture.
I wish they’d snub Tarentino in Director and put Gerwig in his place.
I also think DiCaprio is such a lazy nominee in Actor. Sandler, Banderas, and DeNiro all gave better performances.
Scott replied to the topic 2020 Golden Globes ceremony: Reactions to film winners (and losers) in the forum Movies 1 month, 2 weeks ago
These wins don’t surprise me given that is HFPA, but I don’t see them translating well to other award ceremonies. I see this being the year the sheep break away from the herd.
Phoenix and Zellweger gave very awkward speeches, which I can actually see hurting their chances of winning. Zellweger is giving me Close vibes this season.
Little Women…[Read more]
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Brittany Runs a Marathon
Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
Adam Driver- Marriage Story
Joaquin Phoenix- Joker
Roman Davis- Jojo Rabbit
Antonio Bandaras- Pain and Glory
Eddie Murphy- My Name is Dolemite
Love love loved it! It had some little twists and turns I wasn’t expecting and I loved all the little throwbacks to the other films. What I enjoyed most was seeing the characters working together most of the time as opposed to side journeys. With so many fan theories out there for this series, it’s kind of impossible that some aspects of those…[Read more]
The moment I left the theater I thought Razzie. It’s exactly what they love, a fallen Oscar-bait project. This movie was solely character introductions and no plot. It’s unbearable in some spots and has no rewatchablilty factor going for it. Swift isn’t bad in her limited screen time. I actually think Hudson could get the Razzie nom, despite her s…[Read more]
Gerwig was able to take a story that’s been told many times before and make it fresh again. Her rendition of Little Women could have easily become a boring period piece, but that’s simply not the case. I think her direction was above Wang’s.
After seeing Little Women last night, I am convinced there is some sort of pushback against Great Gerwig, because the film was surprisingly fresh and should be a contender is various categories. Precursors either didn’t see the film in time, or just don’t like her. I would love for her to get both Directing and Screenplay noms.
Also, Little…[Read more]
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