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2022–2023 Awards Season Thread (Oscar Nominations out)


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amy and michelle's first time at the party.

 

amy trying to follow michelle's (amongst others) current playbook by now chasing an emmy with that walmart netflix show, and then trying to follow that up with an oscar. we'll see if it works.

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29 minutes ago, Xantalli said:

The girls are saying she’s the undeniable BSA winner :clap3:

They're referring to Michelle Yeoh.

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2 hours ago, Matthew said:

How are Michelle‘s chance for BA looking?

GoldDerby's current predictions:

 

01 Michelle Yeoh

02 Cate Blanchett

03 Olivia Colman

04 Margot Robbie

05 Danielle Deadwyler

 

Next Best Picture's predictions:

 

1 Margot Robbie (BABYLON)
2 Cate Blanchett (TÁR)
3 Olivia Colman (EMPIRE OF LIGHT)
4
Michelle Yeoh (EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE)
5 Naomi Ackie (I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY)
6 Danielle Deadwyler (TILL)
7 Ana de Armas (BLONDE)
8 Carey Mulligan (SHE SAID)
9 Emma Thompson (GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE)
10 Viola Davis (THE WOMAN KING)
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The Son, Bardo, Empire of Light and The Whale all getting meh reviews/pans is still so hilarious to me because they were all considered big contenders :lmao:

 

I was rooting for Ana de Armas to be Kristen'd but most critics will rally behind Yeoh. Blonde doesn't sound like the type of movie that the Academy likes either so I don't see her making it, maybe she'll snatch some critics wins / precursors nods if she's lucky.

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Brendan Fraser deserves a win :gaycat3:

 

I don't trust the reviews though, Daddy Aronofsky does no wrong!

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BP predictions post Venice

 

Avatar: The Way of Water (20th Century)

Babylon (Paramount)

The Banshees of Inisherin (SLP)

Empire of Light (SLP)

Everything Everywhere All at Once (A24)

The Fabelmans (Universal) 

TAR (Focus)

Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount)

Triangle of Sadness (NEON)

Women Talking (MGM/UAR)

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11 hours ago, Feanor said:

I'm ready for round 2... :jonny2:

 

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When Babylon is immediately an all time film like Whiplash and La La Land :jonny6:

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On 9/10/2022 at 8:47 PM, Xantalli said:

Yet another mid film for Jlaw!

sheesh I remember when she would snatch an Oscar nom just by breathing!

Margot truly ended her :dancehall3:

 

How Margot ended JLaw when she's still Oscarless while Jlaw is not :psyduck:

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Is Michelle Williams getting some serious Oscar hype?  :jonny6:

 

Let her finally win please.

 

I just hope she doesn't get the Manchester By The Sea treatment. Early frontrunner only to lose in the end because Viola changed her category placement.

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4 hours ago, Gui Blackout said:

Nothing but respect for MY Oscar winners!

 

What I would give for these two to be the Best Actor / Actress winners! :weeps:

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20 hours ago, Denyy said:

Oscar bait at its finest, but we've known that since the beginning. 150 minutes long too, I just know I will be bored :rip:

 

But it wasn’t. 

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On 9/11/2022 at 4:45 PM, Hector said:

GoldDerby's current predictions:

 

01 Michelle Yeoh

02 Cate Blanchett

03 Olivia Colman

04 Margot Robbie

05 Danielle Deadwyler

 

Next Best Picture's predictions:

 

1 Margot Robbie (BABYLON)
2 Cate Blanchett (TÁR)
3 Olivia Colman (EMPIRE OF LIGHT)
4
Michelle Yeoh (EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE)
5 Naomi Ackie (I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY)
6 Danielle Deadwyler (TILL)
7 Ana de Armas (BLONDE)
8 Carey Mulligan (SHE SAID)
9 Emma Thompson (GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE)
10 Viola Davis (THE WOMAN KING)

She better snatch. Wish Jamie could get in supporting but very unlikely. 

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Wish the Brenaissance was with a comedy film instead of The Whale. I know that movie is a mess. 

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Got LFF tickets to see Nanny, White Noise, Holy Spider, Close, Triangle of Sadness, and The Whale :fan: feel like I'll regret not seeing Knives Out 2 but I only watched the first one once and didn't care for it probably because it was cam-quality :gaycat6: would've seen Banshees too but it's out a week later here anyway and that'll be cheaper

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Oscar winner Legend Michelle Williams. The concept. She should have won for this scene alone :jonny5:

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Babylon trailer dropped. 

Trailer looks meh, but I'm holding my judgement till the movie drops. 

There's no way Robbie will win BA for that role. She looks ok, but did nothing to me in the trailer. 

Blanchett will sweep everything :toofunny3:

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