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DP/30s With The Frontrunners In The “Top” Categories

Blanchett
McConaughey
Nyong’o
Leto
Cuarón
Ridley
Russell

One Response to “DP/30s With The Frontrunners In The “Top” Categories”

  1. SamLowry says:

    So does anyone else think PAIN AND GAIN could’ve been a contender if only it didn’t look like it was shot and edited by a tweaker? How different was it, really, from GOODFELLAS?

    (My babymama rented it, which is something I never would’ve done in a million years.)

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