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    • 2019 Best Actress Oscar Discussion (Part 5)
      Luca Giliberti

      <p style="text-align: left;">Widows  (as expected) is not doing too well in BO. I don't think

      Lil Tony

      [quote quote=1202677138] It’s hard to process that the last time something remotely close to a surprise in this category happened was Streep in TIL. [/quote] 2013 wasn't bad at all even though the Oscar went to the weakest contender. 2017 was a bit

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      Started by:  Chris Beachum

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    • 91st Oscars (Part 3)
      DaKardii

      MY NOVEMBER PREDICTIONS BEST PICTURE 1. A Star is Born 2. Green Book 3. First Man 4. Roma 5. If Bea

      Foolio

      [quote quote=1202676765]Unexpectedly, green book is actually a bit divisible and if it won BP would have one of the lowest Best Picture winner rotten tomatoes scores in the preferential ballot era. I think we need to re-evaluate the frontrunner stat

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      Started by:  DaKardii

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    • Widows
      M: The Original

      It's a 2018 release.

      Luca Giliberti

      [quote quote=1202677103] A Black woman in midlife is our lead for a heist movie. Does disappointing numbers. This has happened before: Jackie Brown. [/quote] The problem is that Viola will take this personally, which I wish she wouldn't. I think she

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      Started by:  DCurrie

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    • And the Runner-Up Is
      vinny

      I'll check it out

      Leo Grant Logan

      My predictions for the 1950s: 1959 - The Diary of Anne Frank 1958 - The Defiant Ones 1957 - Sayonara 1956 - Giant 1955 - The Rose Tattoo 1954 - The Country Girl 1953 - Roman Holiday 1952 - The Quiet Man 1951 - A Place in the Sun 1950 - Sunset Boulev

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      Started by:  Kevin Jacobsen

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    • SAG Predictions 2019
      Stegeo

      Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Backseat If Beale Street Could Talk The

      FreemanGriffin

      Having seen Green Book - and loved it - I still feel this way about it, it shouldn't be nominated for SAG Ensemble Cast; that award should have nominees where there is great depth and lots of wonderful performances. Green Book is similar to La La Lan

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      Started by:  Bee

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    • Green Book

      I don't have faith in the team behind the scenes. I'm expecting Reception to be pool. Although Ali s

      FreemanGriffin

      Just saw Green Book - it's a comedy and a drama, so it could go either way with Globes. Let me start by saying that Mahersala Ali is phenomenal in his CO-LEAD PERFORMANCE, truly remarkable and Oscar-worthy (but for Best Actor). Viggo Mortensen is ter

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      Started by:  DaKardii

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    • Best Actor 2019 Predictions (Part 2)
      Harmon Van deth

      Christian Bale, Vice Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born Willem Dafoe, At Eternitys Gate Ryan Gosli

      FreemanGriffin

      O.K., just got home from Green Book and... Mahersala Ali ought to be winning BEST ACTOR! Lead Actor! Nobody will ever convince me that he gives a supporting performance in this movie. Yes, Mortensen has a bit more screen time but this is a two-hander

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      Started by:  Chris Beachum

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    • BOX OFFICE #4
      Malick

      So Harry Potter's single day record remains intact. Interesting.

      Luca Giliberti

      [quote quote=1202677005]Friday Dailies 1. Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes of Grindelwald – $25.7 million 2. The Grinch – $8.9 million 3. Instant Family – $4.5 million 4. Bohemian Rhapsody – $4.25 million 5. Widows – $4.2 million [/quote] T

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      Started by:  babypook

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    • 2018 Weekly CinemaScore Audience Grades
      Alex Meyer

      Movies released on Friday, January 12: The Commuter—B Paddington 2—A The Post—A Proud Mary—B

      Luca Giliberti

      [quote quote=1202676967]Movies released on Friday, November 16: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald—B+ Instant Family—A Widows—B [/quote] Not great for Widows, but as Sasha predicted a while ago, this score was never gonna be that grea

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      Started by:  Alex Meyer

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