The three different timelines was confusing for some and alienated them from the movie, especially older views. My parents couldn't follow along and didn't really care for it.
I, also, think the release date in July hurt Dunkirk some. It had a long time before nominations and such for people to cool on it some and focus their admiration on a new, shiner film. It also allowed detractors time to pick it apart and tell others.
I don't get why Rise of Skywalker got nominated for Best Original Score over Endgame. John Williams is an all-time great obviously but Alan Silvestri's Endgame score was much stronger while TROS' score was basically a "greatest hits" compilation.
At this stage of the race, I still think Hollywood is the most *likely* to win Best Picture. Parasite has tremendous support and would be delighted at a win, but I fear most voters won't vote for it "twice," and 1917 won't have enough actor support to pull through the big trophy.
Keep in mind, Slumdog won SAG Ensemble and 1917 wasn't even nominated. ROTK was nominated for SAG Ensemble too, so if 1917 wins it will be the first movie since Braveheart (24 years) to win Best Picture with zero prior actor support.
2 Awards contenders, Marriage Story and The Irishman are coming to the Criterion Collection!
I knew this would happen after Criterion announced they were releasing Roma. Glad to hear it's official, though, and I hope they are able to release some other great movies from last year like A Hidden Life as well.