Plus, Woody Harrelson picked up a surprise nod for “Three Billboards,” and “I, Tonya” was left off the best picture list.

"The Shape of Water” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” are likely to be the front-runners.

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Meeting on a fateful day, two strangers bond, over clunky exchanges and obvious songs.

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The gorgeous black-and white film, about a middle-aged rancher and his child bride, is set on a colonial Portuguese ranch in 1821.

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The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced drama mixes bombast and cliche with cynicism.

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A country music star tries to win back the woman he dumped at the altar.

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Annette Bening brings equal parts flint and tenderness to an aging femme fatale of film noir.

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With squints and scowls, he plays a cavalry officer ordered to protect the Indians he despises.

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The compilation of videos of Russian car crashes is like watching YouTube in a theater.

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Nicolas Cage, as a violently deranged father, gives one of his most vibrant performances.

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A documentary zeros in on former staffers and forces fans of 44 to relive election night.

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Actor seeks to rectify dramatic pay gap

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The thriller about a salesman on his way home feels less like a rollicking happy hour than just plain work.

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The sequel about a talking bear is a charmer with a strong supporting cast.

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The psychodrama is a sensuous story about the male gaze, and a muse who subverts it.

Plus, Seth Meyers's harsh monologue and Natalie Portman's controversial remark.

Everything you need to know about Sunday night's show.

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