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Just keep rolling with those ads and posters showing Olivia Colman gazing lovingly at a beaming Anthony Hopkins and lean into the movie's touching story of a daughter trying to take care of her aging father. Everything's going to be OK. Really! Look at that twinkle in Hopkins' eyes. Repeat after me: He's not losing his mind. He's not losing his mind. He's not losing his mind.

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Remind everyone that Oscar voters loved LaKeith Stanfield's phenomenal turn in this movie so much that they nominated him for supporting actor, ignoring Warner Bros.' recommendation to place him in the lead actor category.

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We'd like to thank the academy for the 10 nominations. Have we mentioned that it's the most-nominated movie of the year? We have? Well, that's because just about every branch in the academy (except for the writers; we don't know what they were thinking) recognized the considerable craft that went into this film. We realize that the academy's membership has changed in recent years, so the movie's evocation of Old Hollywood might not give younger voters — how do the kids put it — ummm, the feels?

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One wise critic called "Minari" a "balm," and we know you've been feeling that. We never expected all this love. It reminds us of another intimate, personal movie from a few years ago, "Moonlight," which — what do you know — just happened to be made by A24 and Plan B Entertainment, the same companies behind "Minari." Huh.

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If you've seen the movie, you realize how you feel when you spend more time being happier with what you have than unhappy with what you don't have. What we have, right now, is pretty much every best picture award from the past year. What we don't have is the Oscar. Yet. See you down the road.

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It's furious. And ferocious. Did we say funny? Because it's pretty freakin' funny too. What other F words can we use? Fennell! Emerald Fennell. You gave her three Oscar nominations, for writing, directing and producing this furious, ferocious and funny movie. And you also nominated our star, Carey Mulligan, who, no matter what that Variety critic wrote (and thank you, Variety, for displaying such integrity and courage to apologize, nearly a year after the review ran, for minimizing her daring performance), is probably going to win the Oscar for lead actress.

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You don't need to fix anything here. Six nominations? That's beautiful. We've got a little assignment for you, though. You get up early, right? Get some hot coffee, maybe a doughnut (vegan's OK), go to a quiet room and just sit. And write. It doesn't matter what you write, how you write or what you write about, though it'd be nice if maybe you'd reflect on "Sound of Metal" and how it conveyed a few things we all went through and learned during this past year. And then remember those thoughts when you fill out your ballot.

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First things first: Let's put that Aaron Sorkin "snub" behind us. "Argo" won best picture without a director nomination. "Green Book" too.

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How well did they stack up? We reviewed all of the Marvel films leading up to (and following) "Avengers: Endgame" and discovered all superheroes are not created equal.

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Using IMDb and Metacritic scores, here's a look at the best American war movies of all time, from World War II epics to Cold War thrillers.

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