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Predict the Oscars???

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Hope this logs A-OK?  Within the last year items placed on here are never show up in inbox?

 

PLEASE JOIN-IN & PREDICT AS MANY RACES AS YOU LIKE FOR  THE 91st ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS-(AMPAS) February 24th

 

Robert Osborne sometimes used to also predict besides writing the 0scar bible of "85 YEARS OF OSCAR"

I'll start the ball rolling, but first my own personal favorite is STAN & OLLIE though & not 1 single nomination? (NOTE: I bet the ratings though will be low again)>

 

BEST PICTURE> Green Book

ACTOR> Rami Malek in "Bohemian Rhapsody"

ACTRESS> Glenn Close in "The Wife"

S. ACTOR> Mahershela Ali in "Green Book"

S. ACTRESS> Regina King in "If Beale Street Could Talk"

BEST DIRECTOR> Alfonso Cuaron for "Roma"

A. SCREENPLAY> Blackkklansman

O. SCREENPLAY> Green Book

FOREIGN-FILM> Roma 

O. SONG> "Shallow" from "A Star is Born"

O. SCORE> Mary Poppins: Returns

CINEMATOGRAPHY> Roma

FILM EDITING> Bohemian Rhapsody

PRODUCTION DESIGN> Black Panther

COSTUME DESIGN> The Favourite

SOUND MIXING> A Star is Born

SOUND EDITING> First Man

VISUAL EFFECTS> First Man

MAKE UP & HAIR> Vice

DOCUMENTARY-FEATURE> RBG

 

please cast your own predix & I thank you

 

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Guess nobody wants to also predict or join in ??? 

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It would be interesting to predict what Oscar winners will differ from the guild winners in their respective categories, because this happens every year and it is always an interesting indication of how the make-up of voters differ among the voting bodies.  From your predictions, you seem to be going for the guild winners also winning the Oscars, but there are always exceptions every year, such as Moonlight's best picture win over La La Land a few years ago.  I'm sensing another similar upset this year: best picture Oscar may go to another movie instead of the producers guild best picture winner Green Book.  There has been some "shake-up" within the Oscar voters in response to calls for diversity, and the result may be less predictable best picture races.

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I can not predict, since I have not seen one film from the past year!

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I predict they're a steaming, quivering crock of ca-ca. Boycott them! I mean, really...why would anyone even care about a movie made this year? Is 'The Lego Movie II' or 'The Emoji Movie' or 'The Angry Birds Movie' up for an award? :o

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