Didn't see it yet, but I see from your articles that most of the criticism against it have little to do with the movie itself.
Not quite following why a movie having zero to do with 9/11 should not be nominated if the Director at 9/11 claimed he saw Muslims celebrating.
Nor if the relatives of one of the characters depicted were opposed to the film because it elevated the role in real life in the fictionalized version.
I'm sensitive to the subject matter, as I am an ardent lover of Jazz music and have known tangentially about the "Green book" issues for many years.
On that point I simply was pleased to see someone bringing that history to light for people who were unaware.
If it wasn't that good of a movie - that is a worthy critique. I'll try and see it.
Did see Black Klansman -- super powerful ending and a decent movie. But also didn't think it was "great" overall. More so that it was a really interesting story given that it was based on a real event. That and the ending made it a very good movie for me.