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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #100 on: November 30, 2017, 01:00:26 am »
2017 Satellite Award nominees

The nominations for Robert Pattinson and Jeremy Renner's in Best Actor please me, as their performances in Good Time and Wind River are among their finest. Other than that there aren't that many surprises here outside The Post getting shut out entirely, and probably Nolan's Screenplay nomination for Dunkirk.
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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #101 on: November 30, 2017, 02:50:43 pm »
2017 New York Film Critics Awards

The Saoirse Ronan Oscar train might be leaving its station soon. Phantom Thread may be getting more traction than I expected, and I'm pleased by The Florida Project's wins. Tiffany Haddish from Girls Trip pulling a win is likely the only genuine surprise here.

Edit: The last time the NYFC wards correctly predicted Best Actress was 2013 for Blue Jasmine, and the only other accurate result this decade was Meryl Streep for The Iron Lady. Hopefully this doesn't sink Ronan's chances. Meanwhile, their Best Actor winner saren't very reflective of the nominees of those years, so Gary Oldman doesn't have to worry yet.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #102 on: November 30, 2017, 04:13:56 pm »
2017 New York Film Critics Awards

The Saoirse Ronan Oscar train might be leaving its station soon.

I knew her time would come again. I did not, however, predict that it would come so soon.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #103 on: December 03, 2017, 07:49:48 pm »
This year's LA Film Critics Association Winners.

The Shape of Water was looking pretty vulnerable earlier this week but it might very well make a comeback in directorial and acting fields. Tatum, of you're reading this, does it deserve that Cinematography win over Blade Runner 2049?

Gary Oldman's looking less likely to be a winner now what with Chalamet and Franco snatching up several awards so far. Still rooting for the latter. Dafoe and Metcalf are probably going to win their Oscars (the former doesn't surprise me because he has the easier character to work with between him and Rockwell).

It's nice to see a film other than Coco win an Animation award. I'm sure Coco's great but part of me wants to see a non-Disney/Pixar film win for once. Get Out will probably win the Original Screenplay Oscar so we can expect this year's Trump Counter to apply to at least one speech. I've never rooted harder for a film to win Best Production Design than I have with 2049.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #104 on: December 04, 2017, 09:32:49 pm »
This year's LA Film Critics Association Winners.

The Shape of Water was looking pretty vulnerable earlier this week but it might very well make a comeback in directorial and acting fields. Tatum, of you're reading this, does it deserve that Cinematography win over Blade Runner 2049?

Gary Oldman's looking less likely to be a winner now what with Chalamet and Franco snatching up several awards so far. Still rooting for the latter. Dafoe and Metcalf are probably going to win their Oscars (the former doesn't surprise me because he has the easier character to work with between him and Rockwell).

It's nice to see a film other than Coco win an Animation award. I'm sure Coco's great but part of me wants to see a non-Disney/Pixar film win for once. Get Out will probably win the Original Screenplay Oscar so we can expect this year's Trump Counter to apply to at least one speech. I've never rooted harder for a film to win Best Production Design than I have with 2049.
Nothing deserves to beat Blade Runner when it comes to cinematography. The Shape of Water is gorgeous for sure, but I can't think of a film that's as visually striking as Blade Runner.
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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #105 on: December 04, 2017, 09:33:25 pm »
This year's LA Film Critics Association Winners.

The Shape of Water was looking pretty vulnerable earlier this week but it might very well make a comeback in directorial and acting fields. Tatum, of you're reading this, does it deserve that Cinematography win over Blade Runner 2049?

Gary Oldman's looking less likely to be a winner now what with Chalamet and Franco snatching up several awards so far. Still rooting for the latter. Dafoe and Metcalf are probably going to win their Oscars (the former doesn't surprise me because he has the easier character to work with between him and Rockwell).

It's nice to see a film other than Coco win an Animation award. I'm sure Coco's great but part of me wants to see a non-Disney/Pixar film win for once. Get Out will probably win the Original Screenplay Oscar so we can expect this year's Trump Counter to apply to at least one speech. I've never rooted harder for a film to win Best Production Design than I have with 2049.
Nothing deserves to beat Blade Runner when it comes to cinematography. The Shape of Water is gorgeous for sure, but I can't think of a film that's as visually striking a Blade Runner.

what's so gorgeous about fish and human sex?

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #106 on: December 04, 2017, 11:15:10 pm »
This year's LA Film Critics Association Winners.

The Shape of Water was looking pretty vulnerable earlier this week but it might very well make a comeback in directorial and acting fields. Tatum, of you're reading this, does it deserve that Cinematography win over Blade Runner 2049?

Gary Oldman's looking less likely to be a winner now what with Chalamet and Franco snatching up several awards so far. Still rooting for the latter. Dafoe and Metcalf are probably going to win their Oscars (the former doesn't surprise me because he has the easier character to work with between him and Rockwell).

It's nice to see a film other than Coco win an Animation award. I'm sure Coco's great but part of me wants to see a non-Disney/Pixar film win for once. Get Out will probably win the Original Screenplay Oscar so we can expect this year's Trump Counter to apply to at least one speech. I've never rooted harder for a film to win Best Production Design than I have with 2049.
Nothing deserves to beat Blade Runner when it comes to cinematography. The Shape of Water is gorgeous for sure, but I can't think of a film that's as visually striking a Blade Runner.

what's so gorgeous about fish and human sex?

Poster idea: The Shape of Flounder

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #107 on: December 04, 2017, 11:18:55 pm »
This year's LA Film Critics Association Winners.

The Shape of Water was looking pretty vulnerable earlier this week but it might very well make a comeback in directorial and acting fields. Tatum, of you're reading this, does it deserve that Cinematography win over Blade Runner 2049?

Gary Oldman's looking less likely to be a winner now what with Chalamet and Franco snatching up several awards so far. Still rooting for the latter. Dafoe and Metcalf are probably going to win their Oscars (the former doesn't surprise me because he has the easier character to work with between him and Rockwell).

It's nice to see a film other than Coco win an Animation award. I'm sure Coco's great but part of me wants to see a non-Disney/Pixar film win for once. Get Out will probably win the Original Screenplay Oscar so we can expect this year's Trump Counter to apply to at least one speech. I've never rooted harder for a film to win Best Production Design than I have with 2049.
Nothing deserves to beat Blade Runner when it comes to cinematography. The Shape of Water is gorgeous for sure, but I can't think of a film that's as visually striking a Blade Runner.

what's so gorgeous about fish and human sex?

Poster idea: The Shape of Flounder

Starring John and a hand.
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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #108 on: December 06, 2017, 11:47:09 am »
2018 Critic's Choice Awards nominees

Not too many surprises in this slate of nominees outside of a couple picks here and there. I figured they'd throw a bone to Patrick Stewart for Logan. Blade Runner 2049's Costume Design nomination is solely for Ryan Gosling's jacket and I have no problem with that.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #109 on: December 07, 2017, 07:04:20 pm »
The AFI Awards' Movie and TV selections for the year.

It'll be interesting to see if The Big Sick can pull off a Best Picture nomination given the competition. Wonder Woman was decent but far from top ten of the year material.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #110 on: December 07, 2017, 08:57:24 pm »
The AFI Awards' Movie and TV selections for the year.

It'll be interesting to see if The Big Sick can pull off a Best Picture nomination given the competition. Wonder Woman was decent but far from top ten of the year material.
God, I'd love for The Big Sick to pull a best picture nomination. I'd say it's certainly within the realm of possibility at this point, although definitely not certain.

For the record, I'd be down for Wonder Woman too though.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #111 on: December 07, 2017, 09:01:53 pm »
The AFI Awards' Movie and TV selections for the year.

It'll be interesting to see if The Big Sick can pull off a Best Picture nomination given the competition. Wonder Woman was decent but far from top ten of the year material.
God, I'd love for The Big Sick to pull a best picture nomination. I'd say it's certainly within the realm of possibility at this point, although definitely not certain.

For the record, I'd be down for Wonder Woman too though.
I think The Big Sick's chances having been growing over this week, and I predict that it'll be a three way race between it, Darkest Hour, and Phantom Thread for a nomination (under the assumption that the Academy won't fill up their full ten slots).

Wonder Woman's also got a decent boost from this and Patty Jenkins' Person of the Year runner up status so maybe they'll translate that to some non-technical award.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #112 on: December 09, 2017, 03:14:53 pm »
Get Out and Three Billboards win big at Washington DC Area Film Critic's Awards.

Blade Runner's finally getting some traction, even if it's just in some technical categories. It's nice to see Andy Serkis win something for once.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #113 on: December 10, 2017, 10:06:25 pm »
Results for this year's Boston Society of Film and New York Film Critics Online (Different from NYFCC).
Phantom Thread's been getting a decent amount of traction so it's getting likely it won't get screwed over as badly as I suspected. Meanwhile, I'm getting concerned that Roger Deakins might get snubbed. Hopefully I'm proven wrong. Three Billboards is having a tough week.

Boston Online Film Critics Awards (Different from the other Boston link)

European Film Awards

2017 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards results

Florence Pugh pulls upset win against Frances McDormand in the British Independent Film Awards

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #115 on: December 10, 2017, 11:30:41 pm »
Pretty awesome that Serkis won Best Actor in the San Francisco Critics Circle awards.
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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #116 on: December 11, 2017, 09:22:38 am »
Chicago Film Critic Award nominees

2018 Golden Globe nominations

Yikes. The Big Sick got snubbed badly. Props to Ansel Elgort for his nomination. I guess All the Money in the World might end up being pretty decent if it was able to pull Best Director and Actress nominations.

Edit: I just realized that Christopher Plummer also got nominated. That's pretty funny.

Detroit Film Critics Society nominations

St. Louis Film Critics nominees

Toronto Film Critic awards

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #117 on: December 13, 2017, 02:55:01 pm »
The 2018 SAG Award nominees

2017 San Diego Film Critics Society Awards

2017 Dallas Fort-Worth Film Critics Awards

If Blade Runner gets shut out at even technical awards again I will be saddened.

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Re: Awards Season
« Reply #118 on: December 14, 2017, 09:09:28 pm »
Best Foreign Film shortlist for this year's Oscars.

I already discussed Loveless with Neville, which will probably make the actual nominations alongside The Square. Raynor, have you heard good things about A Fantastic Woman?

 

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