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It Isn't Too Late For The Academy To Give "Face/Off" A Best Picture Nomination

It's like looking in a mirror. Only... not.

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Stop whatever you're doing right now. We have an extremely important matter to discuss.

As I'm sure you know, Oscars season is upon us once more. It's a time for celebrating cinema and all the stars who make it possible — all the memories, all the glamor!

But it's impossible to talk about the Oscars without also acknowledging the elephant in the room...


Of the five Best Picture nominees at the 70th Annual Academy Awards in 1998, not a single one involved John Travolta trading faces with Nicolas Cage.

With a running time of a little over three hours, Titanic somehow fails to include two larger-than-life nemeses who are forced to walk a mile in each other's shoes as a result of a radically experimental surgery in which their faces are quite literally removed and swapped — IDK, LAST I CHECKED.


Face/Off, on the other hand, has it all. It truly is a slice of life.


All I'm asking for — and it isn't a lot — is a Best Picture nomination at the upcoming 89th Academy Awards later this month.

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