BAFTA Winners Show Us A Likely Reflection Of The Oscars



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24 thoughts on “BAFTA Winners Show Us A Likely Reflection Of The Oscars

  • mrcooldeadly85

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Irishman is basic with the same repetitive plot.

    NewYorkNYKer

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    This is British!! So all I agree except award won by 1917. Many people think 1917 is worthy of best picture, director and more but this is among British judges. Let’s say Oscar give 60% chance where as British give 95%.. I believe fans, voters and Parasite will shock the world by capturing Best Picture at Oscar!!! I think it’s so original and well put together and it is fun, nervous scary suspense with foreign language. Huge disadvantage but win Western country people’s heart. Include Canne at France for best picture.

    GHRIN Productions

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    My top 10 films of 2019

    1. Jojo Rabbit
    2. Rocketman
    3. Joker
    4.1917
    5. Toy Story 4

    ZakaZ

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    I'm hoping there's more of a likelyhood that voters have seen Klaus since they rarely see animated films in theaters and just vote for brand name, maybe they had no excuse for a Netflix film.

    SpiderVerse did win last year, but with Disney owning most of Marvel, part of me wonders if voters did that thinking it was a Disney film.

    supremercommonder

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Scarlet should got best actress for marriage story I hope she does in the oscars but I doubt it

  • ATOK _

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Best supporting actor should have been Hopkins or Pesci

    Para will

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    There will be upsets at the Oscars. I'm willing to bet that 1917 won't win Best Picture and that at least one of the acting categories will go a certain way that many won't expect (not Brad Pitt though). Mendes will likely win Best Director, but I have this feeling that they won't give 1917 the top prize. I really liked 1917, but I can honestly see the Academy throwing a curve ball.

    Stephen Charitan

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    The two biggest gaps in the Acting Category were George MacKay and Dean Charles Chapman for 1917. Despite all of the technical wizardry that made the film so brilliant, were it not for the performances of these two young actors the whole thing would have been little more than a clever trick. MacKay and Chapman gave the very real technical accomplishments purpose and focus.

    Reerei Dia

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    I just hope j Phoenix wins for best actor

    czars salad

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Mendes and 1917 won becausw BAFTA is more local than the Oscars

  • vechris2001

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Convinently avoid Joaquin speech about diversity. Typical privileged white men

    Sanctified C

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    I was so annoyed about Phoenix's speech. Please celebrities just say thank you. Just thank the people you want to thank. I know there has to be a certain amount of narcissism to be a celebrity, but most regular people don't care about the out-of-touch Hollywood Elite or what y'all think.

    Denise M. Faraday

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Since the BAFTAs make a conscience effort to not nominate American Black Actors (not even Brit Blacks), I could really give a rat's ass what they think, but I did love Joaquin Phoenix bringing up this issue during his BAFTAs acceptance speech.

    There's nothing like seeing a room comprised of mostly Anglos squirm in their seats (while the TV cameras capture their reactions) about racism within their industry that makes me giddy.

    As for The Oscars next Sunday, I'm going to treat it like The Super Bowl last night…watch something else of interest.

    Denisa Anthony

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    I loved Klaus…

    Mud Piez

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Let’s go Parasite! We all knew Bafta would blow their load over Oscar bait 1917

  • Christopher D.

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Hello-

    i saw 1917 a few days after it opened and i was leaving the theater i said to myself-"this wins the Oscar for Best Picture
    and Best Director". enough said.

    Peter D

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    It's been an odd year because it delivered a LOT of clunkers and some of the greatest films in years. Phoenix for best actor and 1917 for best picture seem totally deserved.

    Stephen Taylor

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    The New Best Casting category- awarded to casting directors at the BAFTAs is an excellent newly introduced award . The Oscars should follow suit. BTW for those who are interested Joker won the Best Casting BAFTA..

    Dave Netherton

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Yeah in the main categories the winners here are likely the one's you will see winning on Oscar night. There's usually one surprise, that might materialize in the beneath the line categories. If I had to guess a possible upset in the acting categories it might be in Supporting Actress. Don't count out Scarlett Johansson for Jojo Rabbit simply because she's a double nominee & they may reward her for a body of work this year. I'm actually going for Klaus in Animated Feature because Toy Story 3 won the Oscar several years ago & sequels rarely win Oscars. The last time back to back movies in the same series both won Oscars was The Godfather I & II back in 1973 & 1975 respectively.

    JBIRD FILMS

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    I think Little Women might upset JoJo Rabbit in the adapted screenplay category.

    Stephen Taylor

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Quite a few pf the films that have been Best Film at BAFTA haven't recent years won Best Picture at the Oscars Roma , Three Billboards and La La Land all won BAFTA for Best Film but not the Oscar for best picture so Parasite or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood still have good chances of winning ). Driver has a solid but still odds against chance of beating Phoenix as Adam did win the AACTA Award for Best Actor – usually a solid Oscar predictor . Also you may as well ignore the fact BAFTA gave 1917 Best Visual Effects because quite frankly they don't really seem to care about that award . They are sometimes guilty of making the popular/British choice with that one . They've gave it to Black Panther last year and that didn't get an oscar nomination for VFX and they gave one to The Force Awakens over Ex Machina . Still think The Irishman or Endgame will win for VFX at the Oscars – in fact it wouldn't surprise me if that one ends in a tie.

    Omar 94

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    The Oscars, this year, will probably be really predictable. We now know who will win the acting Oscars from Pitt, Dern, Phoenix, and Zellwegger, Parasite will win Best Foreign Film, Sam Mendes for Best Director, and 1917 for Best Picture. I’m really hoping Klaus wins Best Animated Feature, as I found that better than the Disney and Pixar animated films from 2019.

    Robert Kelly

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

    Who cares about BAFTAs

    Superior Spider-Man

    (November 22, 2020 - 2:50 pm)

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