The Oscars Need a Jolt, but It Isn’t a Popular Movie Category—It’s a Breakthrough Performance Award – The Ringer (blog)

The Ringer (blog)
We’ve entered the awards season distortion field. It’s a soft launch, with three months until the Academy Awards, but as the critics’ awards are slowly parceled out, the dissonance is becoming loud. For months, the Oscars conversation has revolved
It looks like the Oscars are going to nominate a bunch of big hits for Best PictureVox
Oscar Futures: Could Roma Actually Pull This Thing Off?Vulture
Alfonso Cuarón is already a frontrunner for a Best Director OscarYahoo Entertainment

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