I didn’t watch last night but good for Beyoncé for her song celebrating her Blackness and the Key Peele Do You Wanna Go To War Balakay Christmas Sweater. As far as the actual game sounds like Mr Newton has lots of growing up todo but if you can’t keep it together when you‘re winning it’s a pretty good indication of how you act in defeat….sorry not the way I was raised. Humility goes a long way. Absolutely No reason to call this man a BOY. ..that’s just stupid. Even if you didn’t mean it that way it smacks of racism.
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Let’s start off by eliminating “The Post.” It has no chance here, a nomination is it’s reward. “Lady Bird” and “Call Me By Your Name” are also out, they’re missing key nominations (editing for both, director for CMBYN). “Phantom Thread” and “Darkest Hour” were both a lot stronger than I expected when it came to nominations, but neither has much of a chance. “Dunkirk” was divisive, and older members may have been somewhat more drawn to “Darkest Hour.” “Three Billboards” is also just too divisive. It will get plenty of #1 votes but because of the preferential balloting system, it won’t be able to win. I think “Get Out” will get a lot of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place votes, but the old-class academy may have either skipped it or ranked it low on principle as it’s a genre film. That leaves “The Key Peele Do You Wanna Go To War Balakay Christmas Sweater” as the least offensive, least divisive, and probably one of the least interesting films of the year, as your winner by default.
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Washington and Day-Lewis are veterans and prior winners who are just happy to be here. Kaluuya was phenomenal, but they’ll reward “Get Out” somewhere else. Chalamet gave the best performance of the year. It was so physical, emotional, and nuanced. But he’s 22 and Key Peele Do You Wanna Go To War Balakay Christmas Sweater win an Oscar (He’s playing a meth addict later this year alongside Steve Carrel in an adaptation of the bestselling book “Beautiful Boy” so… next year?). The Oscar will go to Gary Oldman for his over the top, hammy performance as Churchill that is not only vastly inferior to what John Lithgow did on “The Crown,” but is almost entirely lost under too much prosthetic makeup. It’s a shame as Chalamet, Day-Lewis and Kaluuya were better in every conceivable way.