It’s obvious that rule changes are coming for the Oscars—like it or not, Netflix and the other services following in its wake are already altering how movies get made, and the Academy is duty-bound to (very slowly) respond. But here’s the thing: Roma was, unequivocally, a movie—not a miniseries, not a TV movie, but a movie—and furthermore, was one of the best movies of 2018. Any proposed rule changes that wouldn’t allow a film like Cuarón’s to compete aren’t going to come off as anything except a whole bunch of “Old men yells at cloud,” no matter how respected and beloved said shouting elder statesman might be.