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    1. Extremely early 2024 Oscar predictions

      This current season is not over yet, but with a new year comes new movies and new awards predictions. These were the early predictions last year. These are earlier however, so let’s see how it...

      This current season is not over yet, but with a new year comes new movies and new awards predictions. These were the early predictions last year. These are earlier however, so let’s see how it goes this time. I’m only doing a few major categories.

      Picture

      1. The Holdovers
      2. Oppenheimer
      3. Killers of the Flower Moon
      4. Dune: Part Two
      5. Past Lives
      6. Maestro
      7. Poor Things
      8. Blitz
      9. May-December
      10. The Killer

      Director

      1. Christopher Nolan - Oppenheimer
      2. Martin Scorsese - Killers of the Flower Moon
      3. Denis Villeneuve - Dune: Part Two
      4. Celine Song - Past Lives
      5. Todd Haynes - May-December

      Original Screenplay

      1. The Holdovers
      2. Past Lives
      3. Oppenheimer
      4. May-December
      5. Maestro

      Adapted Screenplay

      1. Poor Things
      2. Killers of the Flower Moon
      3. Dune: Part Two
      4. The Killer
      5. Rustin

      Lead Actor

      1. Paul Giamatti - The Holdovers
      2. Bradley Cooper - Maestro
      3. Cillian Murphy - Oppenheimer
      4. Leonardo DiCaprio - Killers of the Flower Moon
      5. Colman Domingo - Rustin

      Lead Actress

      1. Saoirsa Ronan - Blitz
      2. Emma Stone - Poor Things
      3. Greta Lee - Past Lives
      4. Natalie Portman - May-December
      5. Carrie Mulligan - Maestro
      5 votes
    2. Final 2023 Oscar predictions

      pending Picture The Banshees of Inisherin Everything Everywhere All At Once TÁR The Fabelmans Top Gun: Maverick Elvis Avatar: The Way of Water The Whale All Quiet on the Western Front Triangle of...

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      Picture

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. TÁR
      4. The Fabelmans
      5. Top Gun: Maverick
      6. Elvis
      7. Avatar: The Way of Water
      8. The Whale
      9. All Quiet on the Western Front
      10. Triangle of Sadness

      Director

      1. Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans
      2. Daniels - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Martin McDonagh - The Banshees of Inisherin
      4. Todd Field - TÁR
      5. Edward Berger - All Quiet on the Western Front

      Original Screenplay

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. TÁR
      4. The Fabelmans
      5. Triangle of Sadness

      Adapted Screenplay

      1. All Quiet on the Western Front
      2. The Whale
      3. Living
      4. Glass Onion
      5. Women Talking

      Lead Actor

      1. Colin Farrell - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      3. Austin Butler - Elvis
      4. Bill Nighy - Living
      5. Hugh Jackman - The Son

      Lead Actress

      1. Cate Blanchett - TÁR
      2. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Ana De Armas - Blonde
      4. Danielle Deadwyler - Till
      5. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans

      Best Supporting Actor

      1. Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Angela Bassett - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
      3. Jamie Lee Curtis - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Hong Chau - The Whale
      5. Dolly De Leon - Triangle of Sadness

      Best Supporting Actor

      1. Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. Brendan Gleeson - The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Barry Keoghan - The Banshees of Inisherin
      4. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
      5. Eddie Redmayne - The Good Nurse

      Cinematography

      1. Top Gun: Maverick
      2. The Batman
      3. Empire of Light
      4. Elvis
      5. All Quiet on the Western Front

      Costume Design

      1. Elvis
      2. Babylon
      3. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
      4. Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris
      5. The Fabelmans

      Film Editing

      1. Top Gun: Maverick
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Elvis
      4. The Banshees of Inisherin
      5. TÁR

      Makeup and Hairstyling

      1. The Whale
      2. Elvis
      3. Babylon
      4. The Batman
      5. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

      Production Design

      1. Babylon
      2. Avatar: The Way of Water
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Elvis
      5. All Quiet on the Western Front

      Original Score

      1. Babylon
      2. The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Pinocchio
      5. All Quiet on the Western Front

      Original Song

      1. Naatu Naatu - RRR
      2. Hold My Hand - Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Ciao Papa - Pinocchio
      4. Applause - Tell it Like a Woman
      5. This is a Life - Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Sound

      1. Top Gun: Maverick
      2. Avatar: The Way of Water
      3. Elvis
      4. The Batman
      5. All Quiet on the Western Front

      VFX

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
      4. The Batman
      5. All Quiet on the Western Front

      Animated Feature

      1. Pinocchio
      2. Turning Red
      3. Marcel the Shell with Shoes On
      4. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
      5. Inu-Oh

      Documentary

      1. All The Beauty and the Bloodshed
      2. Fire of Love
      3. All That Breathes
      4. Moonage Daydream
      5. Descendant

      International Film

      1. All Quiet on the Western Front (Germany)
      2. Decision to Leave (South Korea)
      3. Saint Omer (France)
      4. The Quiet Girl (Ireland)
      5. EO (Poland)
      2 votes
    3. Final 2023 Critics Choice Awards predictions

      Picture: EEAAO Director: Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans Original Screenplay: The Banshees of Inisherin Adapted Screenplay: Women Talking Lead Actress: (TIE) Cate Blanchett - Tar and Michelle...

      Picture: EEAAO

      Director: Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans

      Original Screenplay: The Banshees of Inisherin

      Adapted Screenplay: Women Talking

      Lead Actress: (TIE) Cate Blanchett - Tar and Michelle Yeoh - EEAAO

      Lead Actor: Colin Farrell - The Banshees of Inisherin

      Supporting Actress: Angela Bassett - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

      Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan - EEAAO

      Ensemble: The Fabelmans

      Young Actor: Gabrielle Labelle - The Fabelmans

      Comedy: EEAAO

      Animated: Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio

      International Film: RRR

      Original Song: Naatu Naatu - RRR

      Original Score: Babylon

      Film Editing: EEAAO

      Costumes: Babylon

      Production Design: Babylon

      Hair and make-up: The Whale

      Cinematography: Top Gun: Maverick

      2 votes
    4. Final 2023 Golden Globe predictions

      Drama: Elvis Comedy: Everything Everywhere All At Once Director: Daniels - Everything Everywhere All At Once Screenplay: Martin McDonagh - The Banshees of Inisherin Lead Actor - Drama: Austin...

      Drama: Elvis

      Comedy: Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Director: Daniels - Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Screenplay: Martin McDonagh - The Banshees of Inisherin

      Lead Actor - Drama: Austin Butler - Elvis

      Lead Actress - Drama: Cate Blanchett - TÁR

      Lead Actor - Comedy: Colin Farrell - The Banshees Inisherin

      Lead Actress - Comedy: Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Supporting Actress: Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin

      Original Score: The Banshees of Inisherin

      Original Song: Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick

      Animated Feature: Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio

      International Feature: All Quiet on the Western Front

      4 votes
    5. 2023 BAFTA predictions

      BAFTA, aka the British Oscar’s recently released a longlist. In recent years BAFTA has moved onto a juried system. This was made in order to make the nominees more diverse (as BAFTA has often been...

      BAFTA, aka the British Oscar’s recently released a longlist. In recent years BAFTA has moved onto a juried system. This was made in order to make the nominees more diverse (as BAFTA has often been the worst offenders in keeping the nominees white). So if you see some weird nominations from movies you’ve never heard of that’s why.

      There are some categories that are not juried: Film and Screenplay being the above-the-line categories to not be juried at all. But the rest are partially juried, meaning the top 3 of normal vote getters get nominated, and the next 3 are juried. Here we go.

      Best Film

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. TÁR
      4. Top Gun: Maverick
      5. Triangle of Sadness

      Best Director

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. TÁR
      4. Aftersun
      5. Saint Omer
      6. Corsage

      Original Screenplay

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. TÁR
      4. The Fabelmans
      5. Triangle of Sadness

      Adapted Screenplay

      1. Living
      2. All Quiet on the Western Front
      3. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      4. Women Talking
      5. The Wonder

      Lead Actress

      1. Cate Blanchett - TÁR
      2. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans
      4. Danielle Deadwyler - Till
      5. Lesley Manville - Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris
      6. Ana De Armas - Blonde

      Lead Actor

      1. Colin Farrell - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Austin Butler - Elvis
      3. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      4. Bill Nighy - Living
      5. Paul Mescal - Aftersun
      6. Darryl McCormack - Good Luck To You, Leo Grande

      Supporting Actress

      1. Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Jamie Lee Curtis - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Dolly De Leon - Triangle of Sadness
      4. Aimee Lou Wood - Living
      5. Janelle Monae - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      6. Hong Chau - The Whale

      Supporting Actor

      1. Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. Brendan Gleeson - The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Brad Pitt - Babylon
      4. Barry Keoghan - The Banshees of Inisherin
      5. Albert Schuck - All Quiet on the Western Front
      6. Michael Ward - Empire of Light

      Casting

      1. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Triangle of Sadness
      4. Aftersun
      5. All Quiet on the Western Front

      Best British Film

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Living
      3. Aftersun
      4. Good Luck To You, Leo Grande
      5. The Wonder
      6. Brian and Charles
      7. Mrs Harris Goes To Paris
      8. Lady Chatterley’s Lover
      9. Blue Jean
      10. Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical
      11. Emily
      4 votes
    6. End of the year 2023 Oscar predictions

      Nominations for both the Golden Globes and the Critic’s Choice have been released. Also, today, the shortlist in many categories has also been released. Here’s where I think the race is going and,...

      Nominations for both the Golden Globes and the Critic’s Choice have been released.

      Also, today, the shortlist in many categories has also been released.

      Here’s where I think the race is going and, unlike my other lists, I have an explainer for all the predictions.

      Picture

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Top Gun: Maverick
      5. Avatar: The Way of Water
      6. Tár
      7. Elvis
      8. Babylon
      9. Women Talking
      10. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Alt: Triangle of Sadness

      The top 9 are all pretty clearly happening. Even with mixed-to-negative reviews Babylon is still going to get a lot of below-the-line nominations and one or two acting nominations which would be more than enough to get a Picture nomination. In a similar way to Vice or Don’t Look Up, Babylon is just too big to fail.

      Really, the only thing that’s left up to debate is the 10th nominee. There are three contenders for that spot: Glass Onion, Triangle of Sadness, and RRR. I just don’t see a big enough push from critics for RRR to happen, nor do I see much international appeal/acclaim for that film to happen. Triangle of Sadness has a lot of European support (as it won the Palme and the Euro Oscars). However, Glass Onion is my pick. It made a killing in its limited release. It’s going to be extremely popular when it hits Netlfix in a few days, and unlike the first Knives Out, it’s likely to get an acting nomination.

      Director:

      1. Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans
      2. Daniels - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. James Cameron - Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Martin McDonagh - The Banshees of Inisherin
      5. Todd Field - Tár

      Alt: Joseph Kosinski - Top Gun: Maverick

      These seem like an easy five. Chazelle was supposed to be a contender but after he missed at the Globes (who were supposed to love the film) he’s not happening. McDonagh was snubbed in this category five years ago for Three Billboards. But, frankly, Banshees is a stronger contender than that film was. He has a lot of high brow support this time around, which he didn’t last time, which led to Paul Thomas Anderson getting nominated in Phantom Thread. Kosinski I think is getting a DGA nomination, but the director’s branch is known for their high brow taste and Cameron already has the action-adventure movie. Not to mention the directing duo of Daniels having an action movie as well.

      Original Screenplay

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Tár
      4. The Fabelmans
      5. Triangle of Sadness

      Babylon missed Screenplay at both the Globes and Critic’s Choice. While it’s probably getting a nomination at WGA, it’s dead in this category. There’s really only one other choice here and that’s Triangle of Sadness. It has the support to get it there.

      I currently think Banshees is winning as, again, it’s a stronger movie than Three Billboards. EEAAO can still win as Get Out beat McDonagh last time. But I just don’t see it happen. Get Out won more screenplay awards with critics than EEAAO.

      Adapted Screenplay

      1. Women Talking
      2. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      3. Living
      4. The Whale
      5. Bones and All

      The top 3 are locked. The Whale would miss in a stronger year but there isn’t a lot of choice in this category. Bones and All I think makes sense as a passion pick. It won two awards at Venice. I had Pinocchio in this category a little while ago but that’s also dead here. Another possibility is She Said, but no one actually cares about that movie and it’s not the type of thing that gets in as a sole Screenplay nominee. Those usually go to offbeat things like The Lobster.

      Lead Actor

      1. Colin Farrell - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Austin Butler - Elvis
      3. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      4. Bill Nighy - Living
      5. Tom Cruise - Top Gun: Maverick

      The top 4 are locked. The fifth nominee here is a tough one. Again, not a lot of choice. Hugh Jackman is in a movie no one cares about. Babylon is probably not gonna be strong enough to get its lead into this category. Leaving us with Tom Cruise.

      Lead Actress

      1. Cate Blanchett - Tár
      2. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Margot Robbie - Babylon
      4. Danielle Deadwyler - Till
      5. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans

      I Wanna Dance With Somebody is dead. It has worse reviews than Bohemian Rhapsody, it’s not going to make as much money as BoRap, and Ackie did not get nominations at the Globes or Critic’s Choice.

      Supporting Actor

      1. Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. Brendan Gleeson - The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Brad Pitt - Babylon
      4. Barry Keoghan - The Banshees of Inisherin
      5. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans

      Keoghan has been getting tons of acclaim so him getting in alongside Gleeson for Banshees seems like it’s happening. The only one here I’m not too sure about is Dano who missed out on a nomination at the Globes. I’m not sure who would replace him as of right now though and I think Fabelmans gets more than one acting nomination.

      Supporting Actress

      1. Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Janelle Monae - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      3. Jamie Lee Curtis - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Jessie Buckley - Women Talking
      5. Dolly De Leon - Triangle of Sadness

      Outside of Condon, none of these are guaranteed. I think Monae is definitely getting in, especially if Glass Onion is a Picture nominee, but she did miss out on a Globe nomination. Women Talking is either only getting Buckley as an acting nomination or its getting no acting noms. I’m counting on De Leon getting that Euro push which gave Buckley a nomination last year for The Lost Daughter.

      Cinematography

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Top Gun: Maverick
      5. Tár

      These seem like an easy top 5. Maybe Empire of Light gets in because of Roger Deakins’s name. But no one cares about it.

      Film Editing

      1. Top Gun: Maverick
      2. Avatar: The Way of Water
      3. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Elvis
      5. The Banshees of Inisherin

      Fabelmans is probably missing here, so is Babylon. Film Editing is usually reserved either for Top 5 movies or for extremely flashy editing. Fabelmans isn’t flashy and Babylon isn’t going to be strong enough. Top Gun: Maverick is an easy winner in this category alongside other bombastic winners like Ford vs Ferrari and The Bourne Ultimatum.

      Sound

      1. Top Gun: Maverick
      2. Avatar: The Way of Water
      3. Elvis
      4. Babylon
      5. Everything Everywhere All At Once

      The top 4 seem like they’re happening. The fifth one is more up in the air. The sound branch usually likes nominating Best Picture nominees though and Fabelmans missed the shortlist which is why I have EEAAO in there. Top Gun is an easy winner here again. Plus, there’s a correlation between Film Editing and Sound.

      Original Score

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Babylon
      3. The Banshees of Inisherin
      4. Women Talking
      5. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

      Avatar got snubbed at the Globes, which means it’s probably not happening. It’s also not that flashy of a score and contains kind of milquetoast action movie music. I currently have Fabelmans winning as John Williams is retiring after he finishes up Indiana Jones. However, I don’t think there’s a clear winner here right now.

      Original Song

      1. "Hold My Hand" from Top Gun: Maverick
      2. “Ciao Papa” from Pinocchio
      3. “Naatu Naatu” from RRR
      4. “Applause” from Tell It Like A Woman
      5. “Nothing is Lost (You Give Me Strength)” from Avatar: The Way of Water

      Naatu Naatu has a lot of passion. Applause is from Diane Warren who gets nominated for her boring documentary songs every year.

      Production Design

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Elvis
      5. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Costume Design

      1. Babylon
      2. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      3. Elvis
      4. The Fabelmans
      5. Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris

      Make-up and Hairstyling

      1. The Whale
      2. Elvis
      3. Babylon
      4. The Batman
      5. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

      VFX

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
      4. The Batman
      5. Nope

      I actually had EEAAO here but it missed the VFX shortlist.

      Animated Feature

      1. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
      2. Marcel the Shell with Shoes
      3. Turning Red
      4. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
      5. Inu-Oh

      Pinocchio is the front-runner here, Marcel has a lot of passion amongst hipster types and has been getting in everywhere. Disney’s only real contender in this category is Turning Red. Puss in Boots has been getting in everywhere. Inu-Oh got a Globe nomination but I don’t really know what else would get in there. Kind of a weak year for animated films.

      International Film

      1. Decision to Leave
      2. All Quiet on the Western Front
      3. Close
      4. Saint Omer
      5. The Quiet Girl

      Documentary

      1. All The Beauty and the Bloodshed
      2. Moonage Daydream
      3. Fire of Love
      4. All That Breathes
      5. Descendant

      Okay that’s all I got for you. I cut out some of the commentary because I feel like I went on too long in the beginning.

      3 votes
    7. Final 2023 Golden Globes predictions

      Golden Globe nominations come out mid-December. I don’t really see anything changing from here to the end of the year. The only movies left to premiere are Avatar and Babylon. Both of which are...

      Golden Globe nominations come out mid-December. I don’t really see anything changing from here to the end of the year. The only movies left to premiere are Avatar and Babylon. Both of which are almost guaranteed to be good, at the very least. And Avatar is guaranteed to be a huge hit.

      Here are my previous predictions for the Globes, and it’s crazy how much things have changed.

      The Globes usually have a couple of weird choices and I don’t think many of these will end up with Oscar nominations.

      But here’s where I think the winds are blowing.

      Motion Picture - Drama:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Women Talking
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Top Gun: Maverick
      5. TÁR

      Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy:

      1. Babylon
      2. The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      5. Spirited

      Director:

      1. Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans
      2. Damien Chazelle - Babylon
      3. James Cameron - Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Martin McDonagh - The Banshees of Inisherin
      5. Sarah Polley - Women Talking

      Screenplay:

      1. The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Women Talking
      5. Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Lead Actor - Drama:

      1. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      2. Austin Butler - Elvis
      3. Bill Nighy - Living
      4. Gabriel LaBelle - The Fabelmans
      5. Tom Cruise - Top Gun: Maverick

      Lead Actress - Drama:

      1. Danielle Deadwyler - Till
      2. Naomi Ackie - I Wanna Dance With Somebody
      3. Cate Blanchett - TÁR
      4. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans
      5. Jennifer Lawrence - Causeway

      Lead Actor - Musical or Comedy:

      1. Colin Farrell - The Banshees of Inisherin
      2. Diego Calva - Babylon
      3. Daniel Craig - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      4. Will Ferrell - Spirited
      5. George Clooney - Ticket to Paradise

      Lead Actress - Musical or Comedy:

      1. Margot Robbie - Babylon
      2. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Julia Roberts - Ticket to Paradise
      4. Sandra Bullock - The Lost City
      5. Lesley Manville - Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

      Supporting Actor:

      1. Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. Brendan Gleeson - The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Brad Pitt - Babylon
      4. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
      5. Eddie Redmayne - The Good Nurse

      Supporting Actress:

      1. Jean Smart - Babylon
      2. Claire Foy - Women Talking
      3. Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin
      4. Janelle Monae - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      5. Hong Chau - The Whale

      Original Score:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Babylon
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Women Talking
      5. Pinocchio

      Original Song:

      1. “Hold My Hand” from Top Gun: Maverick
      2. “Carolina” from Where the Crawdads Sing
      3. “Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
      4. “Ciao Papa” from Pinocchio
      5. “Do A Little Good" from Spirited

      Animated Feature

      1. Pinocchio
      2. Turning Red
      3. Strange World
      4. My Father’s Dragon
      5. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
      7 votes
    8. Post-fall festivals 2023 Oscar predictions

      Okay, I promise this is the last time I’ll make one of these posts for the rest of the year. The major fall festivals (TIFF, Telluride, and Venice) happened. So many movies got mediocre reception...

      Okay, I promise this is the last time I’ll make one of these posts for the rest of the year.

      The major fall festivals (TIFF, Telluride, and Venice) happened. So many movies got mediocre reception at these festivals (namely Alejandro Gonzalez Inaritu’s Bardo, Florian Zeller’s The Son, and Sam Mendes’s Empire of Light).

      So the race has taken a more serious shape. Here are the old predictions.

      Here are the renewed predictions:

      Picture:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Babylon
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      5. The Banshees of Inisherin
      6. Women Talking
      7. Elvis
      8. TAR
      9. The Whale
      10. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Alt: Top Gun: Maverick

      Director:

      1. Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans
      2. Damien Chazelle - Babylon
      3. James Cameron - Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Daniels - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      5. Todd Field - TAR

      DGA Snub: Martin McDonagh - The Banshees of Inisherin

      Lead Actor:

      1. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      2. Austin Butler - Elvis
      3. Colin Farrell - The Banshees of Inisherin
      4. Bill Nighy - Living
      5. Hugh Jackman - The Son

      Alt: Diego Calva - Babylon

      Lead Actress:

      1. Margot Robbie - Babylon
      2. Naomi Ackie - I Wanna Dance With Somebody
      3. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Cate Blanchett - TAR
      5. Olivia Colman - Empire of Light

      Alt: Jennifer Lawrence - Causeway

      Supporting Actor:

      1. Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. Brendan Gleeson - The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
      4. Brad Pitt - Babylon
      5. Ben Wishaw - Women Talking

      Alt: Barry Keoghan - The Banshees of Inisherin

      Supporting Actress:

      1. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans
      2. Claire Foy - Women Talking
      3. Sadie Sink - The Whale
      4. Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin
      5. Janelle Monae - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Alt: Nina Hoss - TAR

      Original Screenplay:

      1. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      2. The Banshees of Inisherin
      3. Babylon
      4. The Fabelmans
      5. TAR

      Adapted Screenplay:

      1. Women Talking
      2. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      3. The Whale
      4. Living
      5. Bones & All

      Cinematography:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Empire of Light
      5. The Batman

      Production Design:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fablemans
      4. Elvis
      5. Amsterdam

      Costume Design

      1. Babylon
      2. The Fabelmans
      3. Elvis
      4. Amsterdam
      5. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

      Hair and Make-up

      1. The Whale
      2. Elvis
      3. The Batman
      4. Babylon
      5. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

      Original Score:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Babylon
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Women Talking
      5. Empire of Light

      Sound:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Babylon
      4. Elvis
      5. The Fabelmans

      Film Editing:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      5. Elvis

      VFX:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
      5. The Batman
      4 votes
    9. 2023 Golden Globes predictions

      Drama: The Fabelmans Empire of Light Avatar: The Way of Water The Whale Women Talking Musical/Comedy: Babylon Bardo Everything Everywhere All At Once Elvis Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery...

      Drama:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Empire of Light
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. The Whale
      5. Women Talking

      Musical/Comedy:

      1. Babylon
      2. Bardo
      3. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Elvis
      5. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Director:

      1. Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans
      2. Damien Chazelle - Babylon
      3. Sam Mendes - Empire of Light
      4. James Cameron - Avatar: The Way of Water
      5. Baz Luhrmann - Elvis

      Actor - Drama:

      1. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      2. Hugh Jackman - The Son
      3. Adam Driver - White Noise
      4. Bill Nighy - Living
      5. Tom Cruise - Top Gun: Maverick

      Actress - Drama:

      1. Naomie Ackie - I Wanna Dance With Somebody
      2. Olivia Colman - Empire of Light
      3. Cate Blanchett - TAR
      4. Frances McDormand - Women Talking
      5. Danielle Deadwyle - Till

      Actor - Musical/Comedy:

      1. Austin Butler - Elvis
      2. Daniel Cacho - Bardo
      3. Christian Bale - Amsterdam
      4. Daniel Craig - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      5. Billy Eichner - Bros

      Actress - Musical/Comedy:

      1. Margot Robbie - Babylon
      2. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Margot Robbie - Amsterdam
      4. Janelle Monae - Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
      5. Sandra Bullock - The Lost City

      Supporting Actor:

      1. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
      2. Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      3. Tom Hanks - Elvis
      4. Colin Firth - Empire of Light
      5. Brad Pitt - Babylon

      Supporting Actress:

      1. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans
      2. Jessie Buckley - Women Talking
      3. Sadie Sink - The Whale
      4. Greta Gerwig - White Noise
      5. Laura Dern - The Son

      Screenplay:

      1. Babylon
      2. The Fabelmans
      3. Bardo
      4. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      5. Women Talking

      Original Score:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Empire of Light
      3. Babylon
      4. Women Talking
      5. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4 votes
    10. Updated 2023 Oscar predictions

      I wouldn’t be doing an update this early on but there were recent news of many movies being delayed to 2023 including Killers of the Flower Moon and Rustin. Here’s the last one:...

      I wouldn’t be doing an update this early on but there were recent news of many movies being delayed to 2023 including Killers of the Flower Moon and Rustin.

      Here’s the last one: https://tildes.net/~movies/11ix/early_predictions_for_the_2023_oscars

      Picture:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Empire of Light
      3. Bardo
      4. Avatar: The Way of Water
      5. Babylon
      6. The Whale
      7. Women Talking
      8. Elvis
      9. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      10. White Noise

      Director:

      1. Steven Spielberg - The Fabelmans
      2. Sam Mendes - Empire of Light
      3. James Cameron - Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Damien Chazelle - Babylon
      5. Alejandro G Innaritu - Bardo

      Original Screenplay:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Babylon
      3. Empire of Light
      4. Bardo
      5. Everything Everywhere All At Once

      Adapted Screenplay

      1. White Noise
      2. Women Talking
      3. The Whale
      4. The Son
      5. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Lead Actor:

      1. Austin Butler - Elvis
      2. Adam Driver - White Noise
      3. Daniel Cacho - Bardo
      4. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      5. Hugh Jackman - The Son

      Lead Actress:

      1. Margot Robbie - Babylon
      2. Cate Blanchett - TAR
      3. Michelle Yeoh - Everything Everywhere All At Once
      4. Olivia Colman - Empire of Light
      5. Naomie Ackie - I Wanna Dance With Somebody

      Supporting Actor:

      1. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
      2. Seth Rogen - The Fabelmans
      3. Ben Wishaw - Women Talking
      4. Colin Firth - Empire of Light
      5. Brad Pitt - Babylon

      Supporting Actress:

      1. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans
      2. Jessie Buckley - Women Talking
      3. Sadie Sink - The Whale
      4. Laura Dern - The Son
      5. Greta Gerwig - White Noise

      Animated Feature:

      1. Strange World
      2. My Father's Dragon
      3. Turning Red
      4. Pinnochio
      5. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

      Best Original Score:

      1. The Fabelmans
      2. Avatar: The Way of Water
      3. Women Talking
      4. Babylon
      5. Empire of Light

      Best Sound:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Elvis
      4. Babylon
      5. Bardo

      Best Production Design:

      1. Babylon
      2. Amsterdam
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Empire of Light
      5. Elvis

      Best Cinematography:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Bardo
      3. Babylon
      4. Empire of Light
      5. The Fabelmans

      Best Makeup and Hairstyling:

      1. Elvis
      2. The Whale
      3. White Noise
      4. Babylon
      5. The Batman

      Best Costume Design:

      1. Elvis
      2. Amsterdam
      3. Babylon
      4. Empire of Light
      5. The Fabelmans

      Best Film Editing:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      5. Elvis

      Best Visual Effects:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
      4. The Batman
      5. Everything Everywhere All At Once
      5 votes
    11. Early predictions for the 2023 Oscars

      It’s the summer movie season, which means that Oscar season is right around the corner. Here are my current predictions for what gets nominated. Not everything will end up happening, last year I...

      It’s the summer movie season, which means that Oscar season is right around the corner. Here are my current predictions for what gets nominated. Not everything will end up happening, last year I had The Last Duel making several categories and it ended up getting blanked. You can see my previous relatively early predictions here

      The Cannes Film Festival happened and it was a total bust. Doesn’t seem like there will be a Cannes breakout this year like last year’s Drive My Car.

      Picture:

      1. Killers of the Flower Moon
      2. Empire of Light
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Avatar: The Way of Water
      5. Babylon
      6. The Whale
      7. Poor Things
      8. Women Talking
      9. Elvis
      10. Thirteen Lives

      Director:

      1. Martin Scorsese - Killers of the Flower Moon
      2. Sam Mendes - Empire of Light
      3. James Cameron - Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Damien Chazelle - Babylon
      5. Sarah Polley - Women Talking

      Original Screenplay:

      1. Empire of Light
      2. Babylon
      3. The Fabelmans
      4. Thirteen Lives
      5. TAR

      Adapted Screenplay

      1. Killers of the Flower Moon
      2. Poor Things
      3. Women Talking
      4. The Whale
      5. The Son

      Lead Actor:

      1. Austin Butler - Elvis
      2. Hugh Jackman - The Son
      3. Leonardo DiCaprio - Killers of the Flower Moon
      4. Brendan Fraser - The Whale
      5. Colman Domingo - Rustin

      Lead Actress:

      1. Margot Robbie - Babylon
      2. Cate Blanchett - TAR
      3. Emma Stone - Poor Things
      4. Lilly Gladstone - Killers of the Flower Moon
      5. Olivia Colman - Empire of Light

      Supporting Actor:

      1. Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
      2. Robert DeNiro - Killers of the Flower Moon
      3. Ben Wishaw - Women Talking
      4. Colin Firth - Empire of Light
      5. Brad Pitt - Babylon

      Supporting Actress:

      1. Michelle Williams - The Fabelmans
      2. Jessie Buckley - Women Talking
      3. Sadie Sink - The Whale
      4. Laura Dern - The Son
      5. Jean Smart - Babylon

      Animated Feature:

      1. Lightyear
      2. Strange World
      3. Turning Red
      4. Pinnochio
      5. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

      Best Original Score:

      1. Empire of Light
      2. Avatar: The Way of Water
      3. Women Talking
      4. Babylon
      5. Killers of the Flower Moon

      Best Original Song:

      1. Hold My Hands by Lady Gaga from Top Gun: Maverick
      2. Carolina by Taylor Swift from Where The Crawdad Sing?
      3. Nobody Like U by Billie Eillish and Finneas from Turning Red
      4. On My Way by Jennifer Lopez from Marry Me
      5. Vegas by Doja Cat from Elvis (might be ineligible)

      Best Sound:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Killers of the Flower Moon
      4. Babylon
      5. Thirteen Lives

      Best Production Design:

      1. Babylon
      2. Killers of the Flower Moon
      3. Avatar: The Way of Water
      4. Empire of Light
      5. Elvis

      Best Cinematography:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Killers of the Flower Moon
      3. Babylon
      4. Empire of Light
      5. Poor Things

      Best Makeup and Hairstyling:

      1. The Batman
      2. Elvis
      3. The Whale
      4. Babylon
      5. Poor Things

      Best Costume Design:

      1. Poor Things
      2. Killers of the Flower Moon
      3. Babylon
      4. Empire of Light
      5. Elvis

      Best Film Editing:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Babylon
      3. Killers of the Flower Moon
      4. Thirteen Lives
      5. Elvis

      Best Visual Effects:

      1. Avatar: The Way of Water
      2. Top Gun: Maverick
      3. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
      4. The Batman
      5. Thirteen Lives
      5 votes
    12. My "final" Oscar winning predictions for the 94th Academy Awards

      I might end up switching things around but these seem pretty solid. Best Picture: CODA Best Director: Jane Campion - The Power of the Dog Best Lead Actor: Will Smith - King Richard Best Lead...

      I might end up switching things around but these seem pretty solid.

      Best Picture: CODA

      Best Director: Jane Campion - The Power of the Dog

      Best Lead Actor: Will Smith - King Richard

      Best Lead Actress: Jessica Chastain - The Eyes of Tammy Faye

      Best Supporting Actor: Troy Kotsur - CODA

      Best Supporting Actress: Ariana DeBose - West Side Story

      Best Original Screenplay: Don't Look Up. Story by Adam McKay and David Sirota. Screenplay by Adam Mckay.

      Best Adapted Screenplay: CODA. Screenplay by Sian Heder. Based on the motion picture La Famille Bélier

      Best Cinematography: Dune

      Best Costume Design: Cruella

      Best Film Editing: Dune (Edit: I switched to King Richard)

      Best Makeup and Hairstyling: The Eyes of Tammy Faye

      Best Production Design: Dune

      Best Original Score: Dune

      Best Original Song: No Time To Die

      Best Sound: Dune

      Best Visual Effects: Dune

      Best Animated Feature: Encanto

      Best Documentary Feature: Summer of Soul

      Best International Film: Drive My Car

      Best Animated Short: Robin Robin

      Beat Documentary Short: The Queen of Basketball (Edit: Switched to Audible)

      Best Live Action Short: The Long Goodbye

      4 votes
    13. My final Oscar predictions for the 94th Academy Awards

      Okay, I’ve been bombarding all of you with article after article of what other award shows have been nominating and awarding. Here are the nominations for what I had in November. It’s interesting...

      Okay, I’ve been bombarding all of you with article after article of what other award shows have been nominating and awarding.

      Here are the nominations for what I had in November. It’s interesting to see how much has changed, sadly it seems like The Last Duel is going to end up with zero awards.

      Anyways, if you have an Oscar pool going what I’m about to give you would probably put you at the top if your friends don’t follow awards. I did place 30 out of 2200 on Goldderby for my BAFTA nomination predictions so there’s that.

      Here’s what I have, in order of what is most likely to win as of right now:

      Best Picture

      1. The Power of the Dog
      2. Belfast
      3. Licorice Pizza
      4. Dune
      5. Don’t Look Up
      6. West Side Story
      7. King Richard
      8. CODA
      9. tick, tick... BOOM!
      10. Being the Ricardos

      Alternative choice: House of Gucci

      Best Director

      1. Jane Campion - The Power of the Dog
      2. Paul Thomas Anderson - Licorice Pizza
      3. Denis Villeneuve - Dune
      4. Kenneth Branagh - Belfast
      5. Steven Spielberg - West Side Story

      Alternative choice: Adam McKay - Don’t Look Up

      Best Lead Actor

      1. Will Smith - King Richard
      2. Benedict Cumberbatch - The Power of the Dog
      3. Andrew Garfield - tick, tick... BOOM!
      4. Denzel Washington - The Tragedy of Macbeth
      5. Leonardo DiCaprio - Don’t Look Up

      Alternative choice: Javier Bardem - Being the Ricardos

      Best Lead Actress

      1. Lady Gaga - House of Gucci
      2. Alana Haim - Licorice Pizza
      3. Nicole Kidman - Being the Ricardos
      4. Jessica Chastain - The Eyes of Tammy Faye
      5. Olivia Colman - The Lost Daughter

      Alternative choice: Rachel Zegler - West Side Story

      Best Supporting Actor

      1. Kodi Smit-Mcphee - The Power of the Dog
      2. Ciaran Hinds - Belfast
      3. Troy Kotsure - CODA
      4. Bradley Cooper - Licorice Pizza
      5. Jared Leto - House of Gucci

      Alternative choice: Jamie Dornan - Belfast

      Best Supporting Actress

      1. Ariana DeBose - West Side Story
      2. Aunjuane Ellis - King Richard
      3. Caitriona Balfe - Belfast
      4. Kirsten Dunst - The Power of the Dog
      5. Cate Blanchett - Don’t Look Up

      Note: I’m actually taking a big risk in predicting Blanchett, Ruth Negga - Passing seems to be the most obvious fifth choice.

      Best Original Screenplay

      1. Licorice Pizza
      2. Belfast
      3. Don’t Look Up
      4. King Richard
      5. Being the Ricardos

      Best Adapted Screenplay

      1. The Power of the Dog
      2. CODA
      3. Dune
      4. The Lost Daughter
      5. West Side Story

      Alternative choice: tick, tick... BOOM!

      Best Cinematography

      1. Dune
      2. The Tragedy of Macbeth
      3. The Power of the Dog
      4. West Side Story
      5. Belfast

      Alternative choice: Nightmare Alley

      Best Film Editing

      1. Dune
      2. Belfast
      3. Licorice Pizza
      4. The Power of the Dog
      5. West Side Story

      Alternative choice: Don’t Look Up

      Best Costume Design

      1. Cruella
      2. Dune
      3. West Side Story
      4. House of Gucci
      5. Nightmare Alley

      Alt: Cyrano

      Best Hair and Makeup

      1. House of Gucci
      2. The Eyes of Tammy Faye
      3. Dune
      4. Cruella
      5. Coming 2 America

      Alt: Cyrano

      Best Production Design

      1. Dune
      2. West Side Story
      3. The Tragedy of Macbeth
      4. Nightmare Alley
      5. The French Dispatch

      Alt: Licorice Pizza

      Best Original Score

      1. Dune
      2. The Power of the Dog
      3. Don’t Look Up
      4. The French Dispatch
      5. Encanto

      Alt: Being the Ricardos

      Best Original Song

      1. No Time To Die from No Time To Die
      2. Dos Oruguitas from Encanto
      3. Just Look Up from Don’t Look Up
      4. Be Alive from King Richard
      5. Down to Joy from Belfast

      Alt: Guns Go Bang from The Harder They Fall

      Best Sound

      1. Dune
      2. West Side Story
      3. No Time To Die
      4. The Power of the Dog
      5. Spider-Man: No Way Home

      Alt: A Quiet Place Part II

      Best Visual Effects

      1. Dune
      2. Spider-Man: No Way Home
      3. No Time To Die
      4. Godzilla vs Kong
      5. The Matrix: Resurrections

      Alt: Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings.

      Best Animated Feature

      1. Encanto
      2. Flee
      3. Luca
      4. The Mitchell’s vs the Machines
      5. Raya and the Last Dragon

      Alt: Belle

      Best Documentary Feature

      1. Summer of Soul
      2. Flee
      3. The Rescue
      4. Procession
      5. Ascension

      Best International Feature

      1. Drive My Car
      2. The Hand of God
      3. Flee
      4. A Hero
      5. The Worst Person in the World

      And those are all the categories. Oscar nominations will be announced on the 8th and of course I will be posting them.

      9 votes
    14. My current Oscar predictions

      I know that there aren’t a lot of film buffs here, and that a lot of you don’t care about awards. I love awards. The oscars are actually a really important thing that got me watching more...

      I know that there aren’t a lot of film buffs here, and that a lot of you don’t care about awards. I love awards. The oscars are actually a really important thing that got me watching more interesting movies. And I make it a point to watch all the Best Picture nominees every year.

      I spend a lot of time on trying to predict what will get nominated and will win at the Oscars. I’m pretty okay at it. I average about a 76% correctly predicting what gets nominated and an 80% what wins. Things change as more award shows happen. And the closer we get to the Oscars.

      But, I wanted to share with y’all what I thought would get nominated at the Oscars this coming year.

      In no specific order:

      Best Picture:

      Don’t Look Up

      King Richard

      The Last Duel

      Licorice Pizza

      The Power of the Dog

      Belfast

      West Side Story

      Dune

      Being the Ricardos

      House of Gucci

      Best Director:

      Adam McKay - Don’t Look Up

      Paul Thomas Anderson - Licorice Pizza

      Kenneth Branagh - Belfast

      Ridley Scott - The Last Duel

      Denis Villeneuve - Dune

      Best Lead Actress:

      Jodie Comer - The Last Duel

      Jennifer Lawrence - Don’t Look Up

      Penelope Cruz - Parallel Mothers

      Nicole Kidman - Being the Ricardos

      Lady Gaga - House of Gucci

      Best Lead Actor:

      Will Smith - King Richard

      Benedict Cumberbatch - The Power of the Dog

      Leonardo DiCaprio - Don’t Look Up

      Javier Bardem - Being the Ricardos

      Adam Driver - The Last Duel

      Best Supporting Actress:

      Kirsten Dunst - The Power of the Dog

      Ariana DeBose - West Side Story

      Meryl Streep - Don’t Look Up

      Aunjaune Ellis - King Richard

      Caitriona Balfe - Belfast

      Best Supporting Actor:

      Jamie Dornan - Belfast

      Bradley Cooper - Licorice Pizza

      Mark Rylance - Don’t Look Up

      Jared Leto - House of Gucci

      Jon Bernthal - King Richard

      Best Adapted Screenplay:

      The Power of the Dog

      The Last Duel

      House of Gucci

      Dune

      West Side Story

      Best Original Screenplay:

      Belfast

      Don’t Look Up

      King Richard

      Licorice Pizza

      Being the Ricardos

      Best Cinematography:

      Dune

      West Side Story

      Licorice Pizza

      The Last Duel

      The Power of the Dog

      Best Costume Design:

      House of Gucci

      The Last Duel

      West Side Story

      Dune

      Being the Ricardos

      Hair and Makeup:

      House of Gucci

      Being the Ricardos

      King Richard

      Dune

      West Side Story

      Best Production Design:

      Licorice Pizza

      The Last Duel

      Dune

      West Side Story

      Belfast

      Best Sound:

      Don’t Look Up

      West Side Story

      Dune

      No Time To Die

      The Last Duel

      Best Original Score:

      Dune

      The Power of the Dog

      The Last Duel

      Don’t Look Up

      King Richard

      Best Original Song:

      No Time To Die from No Time To Die

      Be Alive from King Richard

      Down to Joy from Belfast

      Dos Oruguitas from Encanto

      Just Look Up from Don’t Look Up

      Best Film Editing:

      Don’t Look Up

      King Richard

      The Last Duel

      Dune

      Belfast

      Best Visual Effects:

      Black Widow

      Spider-Man: No Way Home

      Dune

      No Time To Die

      Don’t Look Up

      That’s what I have for now.

      If this list is worth anything, it’s to let you guys know what films have a lot of buzz. The only films I think are certain of getting a Best Picture nomination are Belfast, King Richard, The Power of the Dog, and Don’t Look Up.

      If you haven’t watch Belfast or King Richard as of yet, I highly recommend checking them out.

      9 votes