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Sun, Dec 20, 2020 9:56 PM

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Poll Suggestion: Prediction: Oscar Nomination for Best Picture 2021

Here is the predicted list of Oscar nominations for Best Picture 2021 based on critics' reviews and thoughts.

Which film has the most odds of getting a nomination for Best Picture?

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls082450082/

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4 m ago

i think nomadland have a big chance to win oscar.

EndShuvo

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I think Nomadland or Mank.

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Champion

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4 m ago

It is kind of an unpredictable year, I would say Mank, but I don't think they want to vote a Netflix film yet. So I'm going for something directed by a woman and Nomadland seems like a safe choice.

However I also think things will be quite different in April

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I agree with you. But so far Mank & Nomadland is my pick.

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4 m ago

You should have this note placed prominently in the text of this thread and/or the list. To avoid the inevitable (confusion) backlash as ordinarily Oscar-qualifying dates are limited to Jan. 1 to Dec. 31st of a given year.

The eligibility period for Academy Awards consideration has been extended beyond the standard December 31 deadline: a feature film must now have a qualifying release date between January 1, 2020 and February 28, 2021.

Here's the inevitable question. How did you devise this list? The Prom (2020)'s inclusion doesn't make sense. Lukewarm suggestion from both critics and audience. Just because it stars Meryl Streep doesn't make it a guaranteed Oscar Best Pic nomination.

FYC:

Hamilton (2020)
Another Round ()

EndShuvo

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The list is updated. I think it's okay now.

cinephile

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4 m ago

1) Each year, after the nominations, we already publish a poll for each Oscar category. If published this poll, we are gonna have two polls asking the same question and it is gonna confuse loyal voters.

2) The nominations aren't even out, it is too early to predict the winner!

3) To have a minimum of legitimacy, I would use the list of a site like Golderby.

I believe that that poll's question should be: "Which film has the most odds of getting a nomination for Best Picture ?"

EndShuvo

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@cinephile I have changed the title of the poll and also add a few movies to the list according to your suggestions. I have found that the list of Golderby and mine are pretty similar. Top 20 films from Golderby are added to that list. 

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I think Cinephile suggested to change the question, not the title. I don't recall the original title, but I guess that would have been ok. If not, then you can adjust the original title based on the question. The current question as the title is quite long and isn't capitalized.

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Is it okay now!

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3 m ago

You might want to amputate some of the rotten fruit from the list.

The Prom? Both looked down upon critically and by the audience.

And if you did your brief due diligence, you'd find out that Hamilton doesn't qualify.

You might want to check this list for other qualified options.

And for clarifying context, you should have the qualifying dates for films added to the text of the list.

For the 93rd ceremony, scheduled to be held in 2021, the eligibility period will last from January 1, 2020, to February 28, 2021.

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