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Best Documentary Feature (93rd Academy Awards)
City Hall should take this in a landslide in my opinion, but Time would be a more than worthy winnermf617
Due to being in my home for most of the year, and because of the number of films (and what kinds of films) that have been released this year, I’ve seen more documentaries this year than ever before so I’m really excited about this race. I know I
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Academy members should read THIS article about preferential ballot!
Really makes me think we're all overthinking this preferential ballot thing.Eddy Q
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Could DP Claire Mathon be nominated for Atlantics instead of Portrait?
How about we nominate both and kick out Rodrigo Prieto for The Irishman? I think Prieto is pretty grCordelia
How about we nominate both and kick out Rodrigo Prieto for The Irishman? I think Prieto is pretty great usually (Brokeback Mountain, Babel, and Silence are all gorgeous and well-composed cinematography) but The Irishman's cinematography was mid as fu
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#envelopegate – 1964 precursor!
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Vote for best Oscar-winners of the last five years in each category
Picture: Spotlight Director: Del Toro Actor: Affleck Actress: Colman Supporting Actor: Waltz SupportDTG
Best Picture: Birdman Best Director: Damian Chazelle – La La Land Best Actor: Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour Best Actress: Olivia Colman – The Favourite Best Supporting Actor: J. K. Simmons – Whiplash Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis –
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Oscar losers that would've beaten winners had they competed in the same year
La La Land would have beaten Birdman.unown
isabelle huppert over emma stone. oh wait they were the same year. kbye
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Best Cinematography 2017-18
Dunkirk was the second film for which I paid the premium for 70 mm (in an older theatre), after Thelovelylovely
[quote quote=1202203583]“Call Me By Your Name” might suffer the same fate; hard to tell if this film is going to actually hit big, or if oscar pundits just live in a big gay bubble. I can send you a bunch of reviews praising every
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Rank all 20 Oscar-nominated performances (regardless of category!)
1. Brie Larson2. Tom Hardy3. Jennifer Jason Leigh4. Michael Fassbender5. Saoirselovelylovely
Saoirse Ronan Brie Larson Jennifer Jason Leigh Leonardo DiCaprio Mark Rylance Matt Damon Tom Hardy Charlotte Rampling Cate Blanchett Rooney Mara Mark Ruffalo Rachel McAdams Bryan Cranston Christian Bale Michael Fassbender
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Posthumous Oscar nomination/win for John Hurt?
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I knew I wasn't the only one who thought that when looking at The Darkest Hour. An obvious nominatioTyler (or Pre Malone)
I knew I wasn't the only one who thought that when looking at The Darkest Hour. An obvious nomination for Gary Oldman is also possible I think.
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Best Original Score 2016
This one is always harder for me to predict without having seen most of the movies but the score fromanakamana
Like I said before, Rupert Gregson-Williams also has the benefit of doing The Crown this year, so I could see him being welcomed to their club. But right now I have Korzeniowski in his place, because he's been doing steady and showy work for a while
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National Society of Film Critics Awards for 2016
I wonder if they'll try to go with something like O.J. Made in America to be cute.Andrew Carden
Frankly, I think it's a real shame NSFC couldn't come up with more inspired winners here, as opposed to the status quo. This was nearly the last chance, with only BAFTA to go, to throw four new names into the acting mix. For the finest in film revie
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Armond White's 'BetterThan List'
But he's out of control in that as much as in every other one of his movies. Not a fan at all.
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Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in Joe Wright's 'Darkest Hour'
I'll keep my fingers crossed for Gary. I'd say he's often 'unrecognisable' in his roles. Dracula TM: The Original
Oldman is the male Glenn Close without the multiple nominations. The world chose Streep over Close. The same as Day-Lewis being chosen over Oldman.
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What’s the maximum/minimum number of Oscars each film can win?
"The Big Short"Max: 4 (everything but Supporting Actor)Min: 0"Bridge of Spies"Max: 3 (Supporting ActEmil Petrov
The Big Short Max: 4 (Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Supporting Actor, Editing) Min: 1 (Adapted Screenplay) Bridge of Spies Max: 3 (Supporting Actor, Production Design, Original Score) Min: 0Carol Max: 2 (Costume Design, Original Score) Min: 0
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