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Precursors [19 Dec 2006|09:37am]

Critics Awards.

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My predictions. Through 10. [03 Dec 2006|08:41pm]

1. The Departed
2. Dreamgirls
3. Flags of Our Fathers
4. The Queen
5. The Good Shepherd
6. Babel
7. Little Miss Sunshine
8. Volver
9. Little Children
10.The Good German

1. Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland
2. O’Toole – Venus
3. Dicaprio – Blood Diamond (or the Departed)
4. Gosling – Half Nelson
5. Damon – The Good Shepherd
6. Clooney – The Good German
7. Patrick Wilson – Little Children
8. Nicholas Cage – World Trade Center
9. Jude Law – Breaking and Entering
10.Derek Luke – Catch a Fire

1. Mirren – The Queen
2. Cruz – Volver
3. Winslet – Little Children
4. Streep – The Devil Wears Prada
5. Dench – Notes on a Scandal
6. Blanchett – The Good German
7. Gyllenhaal – Sherrybaby
8. Mol – The Notorious Bettie Page
9. Bening – Running With Scissors
10.Judd – Come Early Morning

Supporting Actor:
1. Murphy – Dreamgirls
2. Nicholson – The Departed
3. Sheen – The Queen
4. Dicaprio – The Departed (might be lead)
5. Beach – Flags of Our Fathers
6. Arkin – Little Miss Sunshine
7. Pitt – Babel
8. Haley – Little Children
9. Affleck – Hollywoodland
10.Nighy – Notes on a Scandal

Supporting Actress:
1. Hudson – Dreamgirls
2. Breslin – Little Miss Sunshine
3. Barazza – Babel
4. Kicuhci – Babel
5. Blanchett – Notes on a Scandal
6. Farmiga – The Departed
7. Somerville – Little Children
8. Thomspon – Stranger than Fiction
9. Maura - Volver
10.Clayburgh – Running With Scissors

1. Scorsese - The Departed
2. Condon - Dreamgirls
3. Frears - The Queen
4. Almodovar - Volver
5. Eastwood - Flags o0f our Fathers
6. Innaritu - Babel
7. Field - Little Children
8. Soderbergh - The Good German
9. Del Toro - Pan's Labrynth
10.Greengrass - United 93
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[26 Oct 2006|04:50pm]

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BOO-YAH! [05 Mar 2006|11:38pm]

Crash won the Oscar. I'm glad that Ang Lee took home the Oscar for Best Director, but c'mon. Two films, both raise important social issues. But Crash was the better made film overall. YAY!!! I didn't think the Oscar people could surprise us much.

Kudos to John for making fun of WTL and all the damn montages, and keeping the night enjoyable. Seriously, if they could afford all the montage/commercial time, couldn't they give the award receivers sufficient time to talk?

Steve Carell and Will Ferrell were awesome as well. What the hell was Ben Stiller thinking?

And, "It's Hard to Be A Pimp?" WTF? That was terrible. The Crash song was beautiful. I cracked up so hard when one of the Rappers thanked Jesus. So nice to know Jesus cares about pimps, and the many hardships they face.
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[03 Mar 2006|11:29pm]

Okay guys! THIS WEEKEND! Get pumped by posting all of your predictions by 7pm EST on Sunday!
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Predictions 1/30/06 [30 Jan 2006|06:55pm]

FINAL Nomination predictions before tomorrow's reveal.

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bets? [30 Jan 2006|11:11am]

bets on which musician's career they'll pick next year to make a movie out of? Those do tend to sweep the Oscars so.
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SAG Winners [29 Jan 2006|10:30pm]

SAG Winners under the cut!

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My only concern now is that Brokeback will loose some steam with this shut out. Oh dear I hope not. Other wise I'm happy with the "Crash" choice.
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Riddle Me This, Batman.... [29 Jan 2006|12:37pm]

How is it that in 2000, Gladiator won the Oscar for "Best Film", and Batman Begins doesn't even get its foot in the door this year? Honestly, Gladiator was just boring aside from the battles. Just endless talks about the future of "The Republic" and then the stupidest ending they could've hoped for. Batman Begins is brilliance; the only negative part of it was Katie Holmes in one or two spots.
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GG Predictions 1/15/06 [15 Jan 2006|09:50am]

My Should and Will's for tomorrow night!

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[14 Jan 2006|11:21am]

1/14 Oscar Predictions. Ranked.Collapse )
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BFCA Winners! [14 Jan 2006|11:19am]

The Broadcast Film Critic's Association Winners:

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TALLY [14 Jan 2006|10:13am]

I have tallies up for the main categories based on precursor wins and nominations. Keep in mind these rankings are based on precursors and there are other factors that change the tables.

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Crash [31 Dec 2005|12:47am]

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Two Top Ten Lists [30 Dec 2005|05:51pm]

I finally have something to contribute to this community! Hooray!

Best Movies of 2005:
1. Narnia
2. Crash
3. King Kong
4. Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
5. Paradise Now
6. Brokeback Mountain
7. Walk the Line
8. Sin City
9. Harry Potter
10. Batman Begins

My Favorite Movies of 2005:
1. King Kong
2. Narnia
3. Serenity
4. Harry Potter
5. Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
6. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
7. Batman Begins
8. Sin City
9. Walk the Line
10. My Date with Drew

There are a lot of movies I missed this year (nearly all of the GG best picture noms), so the first list is missing a lot of movies that I hear should be there.
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1st GG Predictions: 12/30/05 [30 Dec 2005|08:23am]

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Top 10 Films 2005 I've Seen [30 Dec 2005|08:19am]

1. Brokeback Mountain
2. A History of Violence
3. Crash
4. Munich
5. Capote
6. The Squid and the Whale
7. Pride and Prejudice
8. Walk The Line
9. Good Night, And Good Luck
10. Mr. and Mrs. Smith

However...I have yet to see Match Point and
The Constant Gardener and I think they'll bump in there.
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Best films of 2005 I've seen *edited* [30 Dec 2005|01:21am]

1. Crash

2. King Kong

3. Good Night and Good Luck

4. Brokeback Mountain

5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

6. Batman Begins

7. Sin City

8. A History of Violence

9. Wallace and Gromit & the Curse of the Were-Rabbit

10. Corpse Bride
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[24 Dec 2005|02:38pm]

Hey all! Small update.

HERE" you can find an accumulation of the Critics Awards being given. Looks like Brokeback is pretty much sweeping. I saw it yesterday and it's my favorite film I've seen so far this year, with A History of Violence following second.

This is a good page to keep track of!
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Predictions: #3 Rankings [18 Dec 2005|04:24pm]

12/18/ Oscar Predictions. Ranked.Collapse )
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