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I neither want nor need him to win, but I'm really happy for Woody Harrelson. Whether we choose to acknowledge or not, he's had one of the great years in cinema history (Three Billboards, War for Planet of the Apes, Glass Castle, LBJ, Wilson) Billboards was the only one among them that stood an actual shot at a nomination.

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And, get this, I'm still three Best Pictures short of the full complement. :P

Exactly how many films do you have to see in a year?

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PostPosted: 23 Jan 2018, 12:43 
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Steel Frog wrote:
And, get this, I'm still three Best Pictures short of the full complement. :P

Exactly how many films do you have to see in a year?

Apparently, at least three more.

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Steel Frog wrote:
I neither want nor need him to win, but I'm really happy for Woody Harrelson. Whether we choose to acknowledge or not, he's had one of the great years in cinema history (Three Billboards, War for Planet of the Apes, Glass Castle, LBJ, Wilson) Billboards was the only one among them that stood an actual shot at a nomination.

I haven't seen Glass Castle or LBJ yet, but he was great in the rest.

Also: Dibs.

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knarf wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
I neither want nor need him to win, but I'm really happy for Woody Harrelson. Whether we choose to acknowledge or not, he's had one of the great years in cinema history (Three Billboards, War for Planet of the Apes, Glass Castle, LBJ, Wilson) Billboards was the only one among them that stood an actual shot at a nomination.

I haven't seen Glass Castle or LBJ yet, but he was great in the rest.

Also: Dibs.

quite good too in Messenger and People vs. Larry Flynt

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Which ones of these are considered sure things winners? I'm looking to get a few bets in. I've done well in years past with Oscar bets. They have odds on the big 6 categories.

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Which ones of these are considered sure things winners? I'm looking to get a few bets in. I've done well in years past with Oscar bets. They have odds on the big 6 categories.

McDormand and Oldman are probably the best two.

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knarf wrote:
A² wrote:
Which ones of these are considered sure things winners? I'm looking to get a few bets in. I've done well in years past with Oscar bets. They have odds on the big 6 categories.

McDormand and Oldman are probably the best two.

They are both big favorites.


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