Genuinely shocked Get Out received a nomination for Best Picture, and I see lot of horror fans are complaining about snubs for It. I loved It, but Get Out is the film that's going to appeal to The Academy more, if we're comparing the two. While It was more adventurous and tense, Get Out will be viewed as a socially conscious and smart horror film about racism. I wasn't a big fan of the reveal at the end, but there's no denying Get Out is a deeper and more thought-provoking film. I've also seen a lot of complaints about snubs for Wonder Woman, but I just don't see it. I understand why the movie received tons of praise, but for me, Wonder Woman was by far one of the most overrated films from any genre in 2017. James Franco was good in The Disaster Artist, but I have to believe there was no way they were going to take a chance on rewarding him after the allegations. The Academy finally silenced Oscars So White, so I can't imagine them taking a chance on throwing themselves into another controversy. Richard Jenkins was good in The Shape Of Water, but Michael Shannon delivered the better performance. I'm pulling for Sally Hawkins, and while I always knew it was a longshot for Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart landing nominations, I'm glad Logan received some recognition for Best Adapted Screenplay. I haven't seen The Post yet, but I'm not surprised Meryl Streep is nominated for Best Actress, because The Academy just can't resist the urge to nominate Streep for something.