#Oscars voter on #GetOut: "They started trying to suggest it had deeper meaning than it does, and, as far as I’m concerned, they played the race card, and that really turned me off" https://t.co/EI6u84nqPO— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 3, 2018
- Enjoyed Get Out as an entertaining horror movie but thought they tried to suggest it had a deeper meaning than it does.
- Found Three Billboards pretentious, The Post boring, and Dunkirk soulless.
- Would have voted Darkest Hour for Best Picture, which they thought was "perfect," but because it doesn't have a shot, they're going with The Shape of Water.
- Thinks Daniel Kaluuya's performance isn't Oscar-worthy, Timothee Chalamet is too similar to his character, and Daniel Day-Lewis's role is too unlikeable; is voting Gary Oldman for Best Actor.
- Thinks Meryl Streep is boring and that all the other Best Actress nominees were better in other roles; is voting for Margot Robbie.
- Thinks Christopher Plummer was wonderful and that Willem Dafoe will win, despite there being "something kind of fake about a character who never really gets upset." Is voting for Richard Jenkins.
- Thinks supporting actress is between Laurie Metcalf and Allison Janney, but is voting for Laurie because: "Nobody is one thing all the time — you’re not mean and horrible all the time. I think they missed an opportunity with the bird [in I, Tonya]. Sometimes people who are really mean to humans are really loving towards animals, and it would have been nice to see some of that."