Who could take home the Oscars?

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The Oscars are now just 90 days, and in the last three months of the awards season approaches, things seem significantly different to last year.

At this point in the year 2016, the best film race was widely thought that pretty much more, with “La La Land” is sure to take home the first prize.

It is, of course not – but that’s another story. The point is that right now, there are a number of films, which is crowned with look capable of the best picture in March.

Critics’ groups and bodies such as the National Board of Review (the describe themselves as a select group of film enthusiasts, filmmakers, professionals, academics and students) have given, which varies its judgments, opinions very strongly.

Soon the film will be guilds make their own decisions, public meetings, and because some of their voters are also Academy Awards voters, it is possible that the focus on who might win, what to wear.

Now, this is how things are in search of some of the films in dispute.

Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan ‘ s World war Two-the function is probably just about the frontrunners for the best film.

The Post

Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in front of the camera, with the Steven Spielberg directed a historic battle for the freedom of the press, there is much for the awards, to admire the voters.

Call Me By Your Name

A tender love story between a teenager and an academic-set in Italy.

Darkest Hour

Gary Oldman on blistering form as Winston Churchill.

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