After the SAG Awards, "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" is the unanimous front-runner heading into the Oscars. Cinemablend's Sean O'Connell joins Cheddar to break down the highlights from the acting community's biggest night. The Frances McDormand-led drama picked up honors for Best Ensemble, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actor. Many expected the ceremony to continue the political tone set by the Golden Globes. O'Connell says he's glad to see the SAGs largely kept politics out of the picture and stuck to celebrating the actors' crafts. The managing editor how the ceremony handled show-business' elephant in the room: the James Franco and Aiziz Ansari scandals. Finally, we analyze the 2018 Razzies nominations honoring the worst in film. O'Connell discusses how the contenders reflect a dismal year for Hollywood blockbusters. He says all the ceremony needs is one recognizable star in attendance to vault it into prominence.

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