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Oscar Nominations: The Complete List Of Nominees
DEADLINE ^ | 01/25/2023

Posted on 01/25/2023 6:40:48 PM PST by SeekAndFind

When Riz Ahmed and Allison Williams dropped the nominations for the 95th Oscars on Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had for the first time in awhile the most wide open and competitive race in years.

Oscars Snubs & Surprises: Tom Cruise, Viola Davis, Taylor Swift, David Bowie & Women Directors Spurned

Fans of the underdog have rooting interest beyond the surprising and delightful nominations of Brian Tyree Henry’s Best Supporting Actor nom for the film Causeway, and Andrea Riseborough’s Best Actress turn in To Leslie, the latter the result of a grass-roots campaign waged by industry admirers of her performance in the little-seen film. No fewer than 15 of the major category nominees are first timers.

Also on the underdog track is A24’s mulitverse-spanning Everything Everywhere All at Once, which scored a leading 11 nominations. That includes Ke Huy Quan, who began his career as the Indiana Jones sidekick Short Round, and hung in there until this historic moment, which included co-star Michelle Yeoh becoming the first Asian actress to be nominated for Best Actress, in a role that writer-directors Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert wrote originally for Jackie Chan. Searchlight’s quirky Irish yarn The Banshees of Inisherin and Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front followed in overall noms with nine apiece. Latter is a story that was first told onscreen in 1930, winning two Oscars.

This year’s Best Picture nominees included a wide range of pics from the big studios, the streamers and the indies: All Quiet on the Western Front, Avatar: The Way of Water, The Banshees of Inisherin, Elvis, Everything Everywhere All at Once, The Fabelmans, Tár, Top Gun: Maverick, Triangle of Sadness and Women Talking.

There is something for everyone here. There are two billion-dollar-grossing films in the Best Picture mix in Top Gun: Maverick and Avatar: The Way of Water. Both are sequels. This might well help the Oscarcast that have been in steady decline over the past pandemic-plagued years.

Also helping is the chance to see Rihanna and Lady Gaga perform their nominated tunes for Wakanda Forever and Top Gun: Maverick, respectively. They will compete against perennial nominee Diane Warren, who is up for the award yet again for the film Tell It Like A Woman. There is also the rousing theme from RRR, and the prospect of Talking Heads leader David Byrne for Everything Everywhere All at Once.

The Academy’s final voting runs March 2-7, with the Oscars set for Sunday, March 12 at the Dolby Theater in a ceremony airing live on ABC and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.

Here’s the full list of 2023 nominees, with the nominations scorecards below.

Best Picture

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
A Netflix/Amusement Park Film in co-production with Gunpowder Films in association with Sliding Down Rainbows Entertainment/Anima Pictures Production
Malte Grunert, Producer

“Avatar: The Way of Water” (Walt Disney)
A 20th Century Studios Production
James Cameron and Jon Landau, Producers

“The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight)
A Blueprint Pictures/Film4/TSG Entertainment Production
Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin and Martin McDonagh, Producers

“Elvis” (Warner Bros.)
A Bazmark Production
Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Gail Berman, Patrick McCormick and Schuyler Weiss, Producers

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24)
A Hot Dog Hands Production
Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert and Jonathan Wang, Producers

“The Fabelmans” (Universal/Amblin Partners)
An Amblin Partners Production
Kristie Macosko Krieger, Steven Spielberg and Tony Kushner, Producers

“Tár” (Focus Features)
A Standard Film Company/EMJAG Production
Todd Field, Alexandra Milchan and Scott Lambert, Producers

“Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount)
A Paramount Pictures/Skydance/Jerry Bruckheimer Films Production
Tom Cruise, Christopher McQuarrie, David Ellison and Jerry Bruckheimer, Producers

“Triangle of Sadness” (Neon)
A Plattform Production
Erik Hemmendorff and Philippe Bober, Producers

“Women Talking” (Orion Pictures/United Artists Releasing)
A Plan B Entertainment / hear/say Production
Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Frances McDormand, Producers

Actor in a Leading Role

Austin Butler in “Elvis”
(Warner Bros.)

Colin Farrell in “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Brendan Fraser in “The Whale”

Paul Mescal in “Aftersun”

Bill Nighy in “Living”
(Sony Pictures Classics)

Actress in a Leading Role

Cate Blanchett in “Tár”
(Focus Features)

Ana de Armas in “Blonde”

Andrea Riseborough in “To Leslie”
(Momentum Pictures)

Michelle Williams in “The Fabelmans”
(Universal/Amblin Partners)

Michelle Yeoh in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”


Martin McDonagh
“The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight)

Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24)

Steven Spielberg
“The Fabelmans” (Universal/Amblin Partners)

Todd Field
“Tár” (Focus Features)

Ruben Östlund
“Triangle of Sadness” (Neon)

Actor in a Supporting Role

Brendan Gleeson in “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Brian Tyree Henry in “Causeway”

Judd Hirsch in “The Fabelmans”
(Universal/Amblin Partners)

Barry Keoghan in “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Ke Huy Quan in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”

Actress in a Supporting Role

Angela Bassett in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
(Walt Disney)

Hong Chau in “The Whale”

Kerry Condon in “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Jamie Lee Curtis in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”

Stephanie Hsu in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”

Animated Feature Film

“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio”
Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson, Gary Ungar and Alex Bulkley

“Marcel the Shell with Shoes On”
Dean Fleischer Camp, Elisabeth Holm, Andrew Goldman, Caroline Kaplan and Paul Mezey

“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”
Joel Crawford and Mark Swift

“The Sea Beast”
Chris Williams and Jed Schlanger

“Turning Red” (Walt Disney)
Domee Shi and Lindsey Collins

Documentary Feature Film

“All That Breathes” (Submarine Deluxe and Sideshow in association with HBO Documentary Films)
A Kiterabbit Films and Rise Films in collaboration with HHMI Tangled Bank Studios Production
Shaunak Sen, Aman Mann and Teddy Leifer

“All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” (Neon)
A Participant Production
Laura Poitras, Howard Gertler, John Lyons, Nan Goldin and Yoni Golijov

“Fire of Love” (National Geographic)
A National Geographic Documentary Films/Sandbox Films/Intuitive Pictures & Cottage M Production
Sara Dosa, Shane Boris and Ina Fichman

“A House Made of Splinters”
“A House Made of Splinters” A Final Cut For Real Production
Simon Lereng Wilmont and Monica Hellström

“Navalny” (Warner Bros./CNN Films/HBO Max)
A Fishbowl Films/RaeFilm Studios/Cottage M Production
Daniel Roher, Odessa Rae, Diane Becker, Melanie Miller and Shane Boris

International Feature Film

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Germany)
A Netflix/Amusement Park Film in co-production with Gunpowder Films in association with Sliding Down Rainbows Entertainment/Anima Pictures Production

“Argentina, 1985” (Argentina)
A La Unión de los Ríos Production

“Close” (Belgium)
A Menuet Production

“EO” (Poland)
A Skopia Film Production

“The Quiet Girl” (Ireland)
An Inscéal Production

Writing (Adapted Screenplay)

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
Screenplay – Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson & Ian Stokell

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” (Netflix)
Written by Rian Johnson

“Living” (Sony Pictures Classics)
Written by Kazuo Ishiguro

“Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount)
Screenplay by Ehren Kruger and Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie Story by Peter Craig and Justin Marks

“Women Talking” (Orion Pictures/United Artists Releasing)
Screenplay by Sarah Polley

Writing (Original Screenplay)

“The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight)
Written by Martin McDonagh

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24)
Written by Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert

“The Fabelmans” (Universal/Amblin Partners)
Written by Steven Spielberg & Tony Kushner

“Tár” (Focus Features)
Written by Todd Field

“Triangle of Sadness” (Neon)
Written by Ruben Östlund


“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
James Friend

“Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” (Netflix)
Darius Khondji

“Elvis” (Warner Bros.)
Mandy Walker

“Empire of Light” (Searchlight)
Roger Deakins

“Tár” (Focus Features)
Florian Hoffmeister

Film Editing

“The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight)
Mikkel E.G. Nielsen

“Elvis” (Warner Bros.)
Matt Villa and Jonathan Redmond

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24)
Paul Rogers

“Tár” (Focus Features)
Monika Willi

“Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount)
Eddie Hamilton

Music (Original Score)

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
Volker Bertelmann

“Babylon” (Paramount)
Justin Hurwitz

“The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight)
Carter Burwell

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24)
Son Lux

“The Fabelmans” (Universal/Amblin Partners)
John Williams

Music (Original Song)

“Applause” from “Tell It like a Woman”
(Samuel Goldwyn Films)
Music and Lyric by Diane Warren

“Hold My Hand” from “Top Gun: Maverick”
Music and Lyric by Lady Gaga and BloodPop

“Lift Me Up” from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
(Walt Disney)
Music by Tems, Rihanna, Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Goransson Lyric by Tems and Ryan Coogler

“Naatu Naatu” from “RRR”
(Variance Films/Sarigama Cinemas)
Music by M.M. Keeravaani Lyric by Chandrabose

“This Is A Life” from “Everything Everywhere All at Once”
Music by Ryan Lott, David Byrne and Mitski Lyric by Ryan Lott and David Byrne

Production Design

“All Quiet on the Western Front”
Production Design: Christian M. Goldbeck
Set Decoration: Ernestine Hipper

“Avatar: The Way of Water”
(Walt Disney)
Production Design: Dylan Cole and Ben Procter
Set Decorator: Vanessa Cole

Production Design: Florencia Martin
Set Decorator: Anthony Carlino

(Warner Bros.)
Production Design: Catherine Martin, Karen Murphy
Set Decoration: Bev Dunn

“The Fabelmans”
(Universal/Amblin Partners)
Production Design: Rick Carter
Set Decoration: Karen O’Hara

Costume Design

“Babylon” (Paramount)
Mary Zophres

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” (Walt Disney)
Ruth Carter

“Elvis” (Warner Bros.)
Catherine Martin

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24)
Shirley Kurata

“Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris” (Focus Features)
Jenny Beavan

Makeup and Hairstyling

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
Heike Merker and Linda Eisenhamerová

“The Batman” (Warner Bros.)
Naomi Donne, Mike Marino and Mike Fontaine

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” (Walt Disney)
Camille Friend and Joel Harlow

“Elvis” (Warner Bros.)
Mark Coulier, Jason Baird and Aldo Signoretti

“The Whale” (A24)
Adrien Morot, Judy Chin and Anne Marie Bradley

Live Action Short Film

“An Irish Goodbye” (Network Ireland Television)
A Floodlight Pictures Production
Tom Berkeley and Ross White

An M&M Production
Anders Walter and Rebecca Pruzan

“Le Pupille” (Walt Disney)
An Esperanto Filmoj and Tempesta Production
Alice Rohrwacher and Alfonso Cuarón

“Night Ride” (The New Yorker Studios)
A Cylinder Production
Eirik Tveiten and Gaute Lid Larssen

“The Red Suitcase”
A Cynefilms Production
Cyrus Neshvad

Documentary Short Film 

“The Elephant Whisperers” (Netflix)
A Netflix Documentary/Sikhya Entertainment Production
Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga

“Haulout” (The New Yorker Studios)
An Albireo Films Production
Evgenia Arbugaeva and Maxim Arbugaev

“How Do You Measure a Year?”
A Jay Rosenblatt Films Production
Jay Rosenblatt

“The Martha Mitchell Effect” (Netflix)
An Outspoken Films Production
Anne Alvergue and Beth Levison

“Stranger at the Gate” (The New Yorker Studios)
A Smartypants Pictures Production
Joshua Seftel and Conall Jones

Animated Short Film

“The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse” (BBC and Apple Original Films)
A NoneMore and Bad Robot Production
Charlie Mackesy and Matthew Freud

“The Flying Sailor”
A National Film Board of Canada Production
Amanda Forbis and Wendy Tilby

“Ice Merchants”
A COLA Animation Production
João Gonzalez and Bruno Caetano

“My Year of Dicks”
An FX, Wonder Killer and Cat’s Pajamas Production
Sara Gunnarsdóttir and Pamela Ribon

“An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It”
A Griffith Film School Production
Lachlan Pendragon


“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
Viktor Prášil, Frank Kruse, Markus Stemler, Lars Ginzel and Stefan Korte

“Avatar: The Way of Water” (Walt Disney)
Julian Howarth, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Dick Bernstein, Christopher Boyes, Gary Summers and Michael Hedges

“The Batman” (Warner Bros.)
Stuart Wilson, William Files, Douglas Murray and Andy Nelson

“Elvis” (Warner Bros.)
David Lee, Wayne Pashley, Andy Nelson and Michael Keller

“Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount)
Mark Weingarten, James H. Mather, Al Nelson, Chris Burdon and Mark Taylor

Visual Effects

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (Netflix)
Frank Petzold, Viktor Müller, Markus Frank and Kamil Jafar

“Avatar: The Way of Water” (Walt Disney)
Joe Letteri, Richard Baneham, Eric Saindon and Daniel Barrett

“The Batman” (Warner Bros.)
Dan Lemmon, Russell Earl, Anders Langlands and Dominic Tuohy

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” (Walt Disney)
Geoffrey Baumann, Craig Hammack, R. Christopher White and Dan Sudick

“Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount)
Ryan Tudhope, Seth Hill, Bryan Litson and Scott R. Fisher

Oscar Scorecards

(2 or more)

Everything Everywhere All at Once — 11
All Quiet on the Western Front — 9
The Banshees of Inisherin — 9
Elvis — 8
The Fabelmans — 7
Tár — 6
Top Gun: Maverick — 6
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — 5
Avatar: The Way of Water — 4
Babylon — 3
The Batman — 3
Triangle of Sadness — 3
The Whale — 3
Living — 2
Women Talking — 2

(2 or more; not including shorts categories)

A24 — 17
Netflix — 14
Warner Bros — 12
Walt Disney — 10
Searchlight — 10
Paramount — 9
Universal — 8
Focus Features — 7
Neon — 4
Orion Pictures/UAR — 2
Sideshow — 2
Sony Pictures Classics — 2

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1 posted on 01/25/2023 6:40:48 PM PST by SeekAndFind
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To: SeekAndFind

I really don’t care, haven’t been to a movie theater except to see Top Gun Maverick in several years.

2 posted on 01/25/2023 6:47:52 PM PST by dblshot
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To: SeekAndFind

There have been many films over the years that I enjoy.No more than 2% of them have been made in the last 20 years. I can safely say that I’ll be busy on the evening of the “Oscars”.

3 posted on 01/25/2023 6:56:35 PM PST by Gay State Conservative (No Doubt Now: Stolen Election)
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To: SeekAndFind

“All Quiet on the Western Front” - not woke
“Avatar: The Way of Water” - woke
“The Banshees of Inisherin” - not woke
“Elvis” - not woke
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” - woke
“The Fabelmans” - woke
“Tár” - not woke
“Top Gun: Maverick” - not woke
“Triangle of Sadness” - woke
“Women Talking” - woke

5 out of 10 not woke. Much better than usual for the Academy.

4 posted on 01/25/2023 7:14:57 PM PST by Renfrew (Muscovia delenda est)
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To: SeekAndFind
Oscar, Oscar, Oscar...

5 posted on 01/25/2023 7:18:37 PM PST by Hatteras
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To: Renfrew

So you are the FR “ woke” spokesperson.

You really need to get a life.


6 posted on 01/25/2023 7:18:40 PM PST by Mears (.)
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To: SeekAndFind

Top Gun: Maverick - hands down winner!

7 posted on 01/25/2023 7:38:55 PM PST by Chainmail (Harrassment, to be effective, must be continuous.)
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To: SeekAndFind; al_c; AFreeBird; aMorePerfectUnion; A Navy Vet; AnotherUnixGeek; Antoninus; ...
Looping in the movie ping list, just to make sure no one overlooks the thread.

I've not seen enough of the films in the mix to have a serious opinion on the nominees, but I will say that Bill Nighy in Living is superb, and Living is a film that I heartily recommend to freepers. It is a quiet, understated character drama with a classic theme: an ordinary man, a quiet life, bad news from the doctor, six months to live. This is taken with stoic self-control and prompts the inevitable, buttoned up reflection, the result of which is aching loneliness, sadness and regret on the part of a man who realizes he had forgotten how to live and basically has been waiting to die for a very long time. Six months left. What will he do?

Timeless stories and universal themes deserve retelling, and you have probably seen variations on this theme many times. There are some tricks to doing this well: find a new setting to add a different flavor (and in this case, it's a hilarious, Kafkaesque parody, all the more effective for being so completely understated); disguise the setup and the twists along the journey; and above all, SELL THE CHARACTER!!! Living does all three, particularly the third. Bill Nighy is incredibly good in this. If you are over 60 and can't identify with his character, there is something wrong with you. No spoilers, but you might even shed a tear for a dying bureaucratic cog in the machine.

Conservative in tone and presentation? Yes. The film is set in 1950's London, and the movie could have been made then, except that the cinematography has come a long way since then. With the exception of one loosened-up evening -- ultimately a path not taken reverie -- all the characters are strait-laced, impeccably well-behaved, stiff upper lip Brits who would rather die than break caste. No nudity. No sex. If there was any rude language, I missed it.

See this in the theater if you can. Living premiered a year ago at Sundance but only reached U.S. screens in late December. It now has a limited theatrical release; IMDB says it was in 49 theaters last week, and some reviews suggest the release will be expanded. I suppose the Oscar nomination will help there. I'm coming around to the view that it is the smaller, quieter films that should be seen on the big screen. We used to say that the visual spectacles needed to be seen in the theater, but that was when our home viewing consisted of a big box with a cathode ray tube tv and SD or HD resolution. Modern tv's are so much better that this argument no longer holds; a modern home tv of midsize or better is fine for spandexed superheroes, sandworms and planet destroying asteroids. As I've ventured back into theaters in the last few years (after many years away, aside from taking my daughters to the kids' movies), I find that the character dramas benefit the most. The big screen commands full, undivided attention, and the quieter the film, the more important that is. Casual couch potato viewing at home surrounded by distractions and interruptions simply isn't the same thing. And the overpowering scale of the big screen draws you in, even in the quietest scenes.

A lot of freepers will respond that they've had too many bad experiences with noisy, disruptive theatergoers. Have no fear of that if you go see Living. Movies like Living are Kryptonite to the idiots. It's an adult movie. There will be no children or young adults, and probably few under 50, in the theater. I guarantee that the audience will be absolutely silent. If Bill Nighy doesn't win for Livig, I would vote for Colin Farrell in The Banshees of Inisherin." (He could have been nominated for After Yang as well; he's had a terrific year.) Also from Banshees, note that Brendon Gleeson and Barry Keoghan were nominated for Best Supporting Actor, as was Kerry Condon for Best Supporting Actress. If you are a fan of great acting, watch it for that. It took me awhile to settle into the story; it's a mixed up Irish stew of a small village comedy of manners, belonging, leaving, friendship, madness, tragedy, comedy, and I suppose a bit of everything else. Just call it Irish and roll with it. The acting carries it. It's also completely non-woke.

8 posted on 01/25/2023 7:49:24 PM PST by sphinx
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To: Renfrew

i want to see all quiet and maverick

i’ve heard of the avatar, the rest i’ve never heard of them...

9 posted on 01/25/2023 7:58:06 PM PST by Chode (there is no fall back position, there's no rally point, there is no LZ... we're on our own. #FJB)
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To: Mears

Harsh. No need for it.

10 posted on 01/25/2023 8:04:19 PM PST by vivenne
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To: Mears

Well, you tell us which ones are gay and which ones aren’t.

11 posted on 01/25/2023 8:06:27 PM PST by fieldmarshaldj (America Owes Anita Bryant An Enormous Apology)
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To: sphinx

Haven’t yet seen Living, but The Banshees of the Inersherin was such a good film. The acting, especially, was Colin Farrell was excellent. A black comedy but also a very touching movie.

12 posted on 01/25/2023 8:09:48 PM PST by vivenne
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To: Renfrew
I was encouraged last year when CODA, which is not woke, premiered at Sundance and hung around all year on the fringes of the discussion while bigger, splashier, more recent releases dominated the buzz. CODA eventually pulled the upset and beat out uber-woke The Power of the Dog -- the heavy favorite by the time voting opened -- for Best Picture.

I suspect the normals in the industry are getting ready to push back. On my optimistic days, I think the industry may be beyond Peak Woke. The sane people understand that insulting all the normals in the potential audience is a suicidal strategy.

The industry is also opening up to ever more foreign content, and audiences are responding well to non-woke foreign films. Korean films in particular have moved into the top tier of the discussion. I touted Living in my earlier comment. I forget to add that it is a British film, so people can go see it without breaking their boycott of all things Hollywood. Not that the British film industry is conservative by any means, and it has its own battles over diversity, but it seems a bit saner.

13 posted on 01/25/2023 8:12:03 PM PST by sphinx
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To: Chainmail
Top Gun: Maverick - hands down winner!

I enjoyed that movie. Hubby enjoyed that movie. The Academy will never give a Best Picture award to a film like Top Gun: Maverick.

Hubby and I watched The Banshees of Inisferin, and, I honestly don't know what to say about that movie. They seemed to be pushing it as a comedy; but, I don't think it was a comedy. Hubby was not liking that movie; but, I told him that it would get lots of Oscar nominations, and it did. I'm thinking it will probably win for Best Picture. Top Gun: Maverick was definitely a more entertaining movie.

14 posted on 01/25/2023 10:19:55 PM PST by LibertarianLiz
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To: Renfrew

I liked All Quiet On The Western Front, as a standalone, but it’s not substitute for the original.

15 posted on 01/25/2023 10:22:21 PM PST by dfwgator (Endut! Hoch Hech!)
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To: sphinx

I’ve heard good things about the Polish entry “EO”.

16 posted on 01/25/2023 10:28:28 PM PST by dfwgator (Endut! Hoch Hech!)
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To: sphinx

I’d like to see Bill Nighy win for Best Actor.

17 posted on 01/25/2023 10:33:07 PM PST by dfwgator (Endut! Hoch Hech!)
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To: SeekAndFind

Banshees was a waste of time. Seemed boring and pointless. Wondered where it was going.

Top Gun and Elvis are not special and Oscar worthy. I enjoyed them and would see them again.

The only part of The Fablemans I liked was the last scene. That scene was good. The movie is not Oscar worthy.

The Batman sucked. Not special.

I really liked The Menu.

18 posted on 01/25/2023 11:02:16 PM PST by moviefan8 (’re the customer, they are here to serve you. It doesn’t matter if he likes you or not.)
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To: SeekAndFind

I watched EVERYWHERE when it came out last year...It was a strange movie...The plot was weird...Something about different dimensions...Michelle Yeoh did a good job in the film...The movie is on blu ray now...

I plan to see the Oscars in a few weeks...I want to find out if Brendan Fraser will win the Best Actor award...I liked him in THE MUMMY...That movie came out a long time ago...

Fraser gave an excellent performance in THE WHALE...Playing a guy who is very overweight...

I also want to find out if Michelle Yeoh will win the Best Actress award...

19 posted on 01/26/2023 1:01:07 AM PST by L.A.Justice
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To: LibertarianLiz
The Academy will never give a Best Picture award to a film like Top Gun: Maverick.

I agree...

I do think that Lady Gaga has a good chance of winning the Best Song award...She sang the song, "Hold My Hand" for TOP GUN MAVERICK...No, it is not as good as "Take My Breath Away"... But, I still think that it was a good song...

20 posted on 01/26/2023 1:12:46 AM PST by L.A.Justice
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