Which is fine by me, but it will have very limited appeal for audiences. It also doesn't advance any important social ideal, so I'd say it has zero chance to win, even if I think it's deserved among this batch of nominees.
Chicago 7 - it's good, IMO, but it's hurt by being done by Aaron Sorkin - possibly the most overrated person working in Hollywood today. In other words, the film needlessly fictionalizes something in recent history that really doesn't need it to be potent, especially in today's age. I'd make this a dark horse to win, but I really hope that it doesn't.
Minari - excellent. I'd be happy for it to win, but I'd say it has zero chance.
Nomadland - good, but it's so limited in scope that I don't think it should win best picture. There's no attempt to in any way tie the main character's life to anything larger than itself. The movie literally is about this person who lives in a jeep and moves from job to job across the western US. Because she wants to, mostly (the narrative indicates that this is the life she'd prefer).
This is something that Ozu or Malick could have made a masterpiece with (for entirely different reasons) but instead we get Chloe Zhao, who makes something perfectly adequate and without pretense, but which really underwhelms as a Best Pic favorite.