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TOPIC: Oscar predictions
#195620
Oscar predictions 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I think Joker should win Best Film but 1917 will win it and deservedly so; it's is almost equally as good and, more important, even more original. I'd like Parasite to win; it is a delightful film, a foreign language winner would be fabulous and two years ago I thought Capernaum (Lebanese) should have won (it wasn't even nominated, shamefully, and the girl who directed it was far and away the Best Director - again, not nominated).

Phoenix will and should win Best Actor though the boy in Parasite is fantastic (is he even nominated?).

Women? Haven't seen Judy yet and I'm right off women at the moment, being as they seem to be achieving things simply because of gender, not talent.
 
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#195624
Re:Oscar predictions 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Parasite really is incredibly good. It could just sneak through.
 
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#195627
hedda

Re:Oscar predictions 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Haven't seen the others..only Joker and The Irishman. Just loved Irishman because I like every actor in it and they all did such a good job..and the ending was wonderful.

Joaquin Phoenix's performance in Joker is just masterful. Couldn't take my eyes off him (he's in every scene so you can't ) and the fact it's now taken over One Billion Dollars on a $55M budget means it's assured of winning.

## I'm still smarting that the brilliant 2009 Peter Jackson production District 9 didn't score an Oscar for South African actor Sharlto Copley. He was robbed.

# District 9 is always watchable again after a delay.
 
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#195628
robbiex

Re:Oscar predictions 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I think of the options "Once upon a time in Hollywood" is the best film, although I don't think it has been a great year. I haven't seen Marriage Story, Parasite, or the Irishman so can't comment on those. I preferred "Us" over all of those, but it didn't get nominated.
 
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