6 reasons why ‘1917’ is destined to march to 2020 Oscar glory as Best Picture

6 reasons why ‘1917’ is destined to march to 2020 Oscar glory as Best Picture
South Korea’s “Parasite”received a rousing standing ovation at the Screen Actors Guild Awards even before the voters bestowed its cast with its SAG ensemble award for a motion picture — the first-ever foreign language film to do so. Its journey started at Cannes when it took the Palme d’Or. “Jojo Rabbit” has been hopping along ever since it won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival — the same prize that launched last year’s “Green Book” to an eventual Best Picture victory.

Yes, both of these darkly humorous titles could possibly take the most coveted prize at the Oscars. But “Parasite” is a shoo-in for Best International Film and its original script while “Jojo Rabbit’s” best chance is for its adapted screenplay. Given that no foreign language film has yet to win for Best Picture, director Bong Joon Ho‘s surprise worldwide hit
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