Power Rankings for 12/4/17
Best Director
P/R Last C/R Person/Film
1 -- 80 Guillermo del Toro - Shape of Water
  There is no one that seems more "overdue" right now than him. It would complete the "Three Amigos" having a Directing Oscar.
2 -- 79 Luca Guadagnino - Call Me By Your Name
  If this is the presumptive co front-runner, you better bet he is getting in.
3 -- 75 Greta Gerwig - Lady Bird
  Lady Bird's Gerwig could become just the fifth woman ever nominated for this prize, for her solo debut no less.
4 -- 70 Martin McDonagh - Three Billboards
  He has not done well to open the season, but it is early.
5 -- 69 Sean Baker - The Florida Project
  People really look up to his indie and realistic style. He is in.
6 -- 65 Steven Spielberg - The Post
  Spielberg hasn't gotten in here since Lincoln, but this may be his best chance in a while to get back into the list.
7 -- 60 Dee Rees - Mudbound
  I still have my doubts given the Netflix bias, but there you have it.
8 -- 55 Christopher Nolan - Dunkirk
  Nolan needs to get in to give his movie a chance. It's curtains otherwise.
9 -- 50 Joe Wright - Darkest Hour
  The heavy directorial style of the film means you cannot count him out.
10 -- 45 Jordan Peele - Get Out
  I doubt it, but the movie is still getting a lot of votes.
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