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Like it or not, the Academy’s board of governors decided Aug. 7 to create an Oscar for “outstanding achievement in popular film.” In response, the organization has faced loads of criticism, partly because its announcement about this new honor left out any specifics, instead promising, “Eligibility requirements and other key details will be forthcoming.” Rumor has it that not even the Academy has fully determined how to define “popular” or handle the presentation of this olive branch to the masses, so allow me a try.

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