84th Annual Academy Award Predictions

Apparently this page is getting quite a bit of traffic, so I’ll do my best to expand on contenders and reasons so that people searching for some advice on their own lineups (though I wouldn’t view my predictions as too credible) and those just reading to get in the spirit of the new year will get more from the page.

UPDATE: As of March 14th, God of Carnage (now simply referred to as Carnage) has finished filming. As it is adapted from the stage, it is reasonable to believe that this film will not have extensive post-production and will be out by the year’s end.

UPDATE: Cannes results: …no, they don’t matter with the Academy. But Dunst won – could this be? Three years straight where an actor both won at Cannes and followed it up with an Oscar nomination? Maybe. Oh, and Margaret is being edited by Martin Scorsese because that whole thing is a helluva mess.

UPDATE: Venice and TIFF are over. I’ve not updated these predictions in a few months. I will do that now. 

UPDATE: Early predicted winner in this color.

DECEMBER PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

The Artist (The Weinstein Company)
Hugo (Paramount Pictures)
The Descendants (Fox Searchlight)
The Help (Walt Disney Pictures)
Midnight In Paris
(Sony Pictures Classics)
Moneyball (Columbia Pictures)
Drive (FilmDistrict)
War Horse (Walt Disney Studios)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Paramount Pictures)
The Tree Of Life (Fox Searchlight)

The Justification: The Artist’s fantastic reviews and pure nostalgia in this nostalgic time (two of the year’s most beloved are Martin Scorsese’s Hugo and Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris) has me feeling that this will be the one to beat.

BEST ACTOR
George Clooney – The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Jean Dujardin – The Artist
Michael Fassbender – Shame
Brad Pitt – Moneyball

BEST ACTRESS
Viola Davis – The Help
Rooney Mara – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton – We Need To Talk About Kevin
Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Kenneth Branagh – My Week With Marilyn
Albert Brooks – Drive
Jonah Hill – Moneyball
Nick Nolte – Warrior
Christopher Plummer – Beginners

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Berenice Bejo – The Artist
Jessica Chastain – The Help
Carey Mulligan – Shame
Octavia Spencer – The Help
Shailene Woodley – The Descendants

BEST DIRECTOR
Woody Allen – Midnight In Paris
Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist
Bennett Miller – Moneyball
Alexander Payne – The Descendants
Martin Scorsese – Hugo

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
50/50 – Will Reiser
The Artist – Michel Hazanavicius
Melancholia – Lars von Trier
Midnight In Paris – Woody Allen
Win Win – Thomas McCarthy

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The Descendants – Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – Eric Roth
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Steven Zallian
Moneyball – Aaron Sorkin & Steve Zallian
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – Peter Straughan

BEST FILM EDITING
The Artist
Drive
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo
The Tree Of Life

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Flowers of War
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo
The Tree Of Life
War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
The Artist (Ludovic Bource)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Alexandre Desplat)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross)

Hugo (Howard Shore)
War Horse (John Williams)

BEST ART DIRECTION
The Artist
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part II

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Hugo
War Horse

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Albert Nobbs
The Flowers Of War
The Iron Lady
My Week With Marilyn
War Horse

NOVEMBER PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

The Artist (The Weinstein Company)
The Descendants (Fox Searchlight)
Moneyball (Columbia Pictures)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Paramount Pictures)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Sony Pictures)
Hugo (Paramount Pictures)
Shame (Fox Searchlight)
The Help (Walt Disney Pictures)
Midnight In Paris (Sony Pictures Classics)
War Horse (Walt Disney Studios)

The Justification: If you’ve been following this race, a lot of prognosticators are predicting most of these to enter the Academy’s top ten, if they do so choose to nominate ten. The only risky choice is Shame for its content, but I think that it will actually benefit the film’s chances. It’s NC-17 and the director welcomes that rating. His bawdiness in this regard is reminiscent of Scorsese back when Taxi Driver was first released. Of course, Scorsese compromised to prevent the then-X rating his film would have gotten, but people still respected his vision on and off the set and it earned the film a Best Picture nomination. People are even directly comparing the two films in almost every way. Apart from Shame, I suppose the only interesting things about this list is Hugo’s higher-than-usual placement, but the reviews are too strong to ignore and given that its Scorsese’s “love letter to cinema,” I can’t see how movie lovers won’t embrace this like no other film this year. The Descendants may be the favorite right now, but with The Artist’s fantastic reviews and pure nostalgia in this nostalgic time (two of the year’s most beloved are Martin Scorsese’s Hugo and Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris) I have a feeling that this will be the one to beat.

BEST ACTOR
George Clooney – The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Jean Dujardin – The Artist
Michael Fassbender – Shame
Gary Oldman – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

BEST ACTRESS
Viola Davis – The Help
Rooney Mara – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton – We Need To Talk About Kevin
Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Kenneth Branagh – My Week With Marilyn
Ben Kingsley – Hugo
Christopher Plummer – Beginners
Patton Oswalt – Young Adult
Max von Sydow – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Berenice Bejo – The Artist
Sandra Bullock – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Jessica Chastain – The Help
Octavia Spencer – The Help
Shailene Woodley – The Descendants

BEST DIRECTOR
Stephen Daldry – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
David Fincher – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist
Bennett Miller – Moneyball
Martin Scorsese – Hugo

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
The Artist – Michel Hazanavicius
Melancholia – Lars von Trier
Midnight In Paris – Woody Allen
Shame – Steve McQueen & Abi Morgen
Take Shelter – Jeff Nichols

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The Descendants – Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – Eric Roth
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Steven Zallian
Moneyball – Aaron Sorkin & Steve Zallian
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – Peter Straughan

BEST FILM EDITING
The Artist
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo
War Horse

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Flowers of War
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo
The Tree Of Life
War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
The Artist (Ludovic Bource)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross)

Hugo (Howard Shore)
Jane Eyre (Dario Marianelli)
War Horse (John Williams)

BEST ART DIRECTION
The Artist
The Flowers Of War

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Hugo
War Horse

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Albert Nobbs
The Flowers Of War
The Iron Lady
My Week With Marilyn
War Horse

OCTOBER PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

The Descendants (Fox Searchlight)
War Horse (Walt Disney Pictures)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Paramount Pictures)
Moneyball (Columbia Pictures)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Sony Pictures)
The Help (Walt Disney Pictures)
The Artist (The Weinstein Company)
Midnight In Paris (Sony Pictures Classics)
Hugo (Warner Bros.)
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (Focus Features)

BEST ACTOR
George Clooney – The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Jean Dujardin – The Artist
Michael Fassbender – Shame
Gary Oldman – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

BEST ACTRESS
Viola Davis – The Help
Rooney Mara – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Charlize Theron – Young Adult
Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Kenneth Branagh – My Week With Marilyn
Tom Hanks – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Ben Kingsley – Hugo
Christopher Plummer – Beginners
Christoph Waltz – Carnage

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Berenice Bejo – The Artist
Sandra Bullock – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Jessica Chastain – The Help
Octavia Spencer – The Help
Janet McTeer – Albert Nobbs

BEST DIRECTOR
Stephen Daldry – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist
Bennett Miller – Moneyball
Alexander Payne – The Descendants
Steven Spielberg – War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
50/50 – Will Reiser
The Artist – Michel Hazanavicius
Shame – Steve McQueen & Abi Morgen
Midnight In Paris – Woody Allen
Win Win – Thomas McCarthy

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The Descendants – Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – Eric Roth
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Steven Zallian
Moneyball – Aaron Sorkin
War Horse – Richard Curtis & Lee Hall

BEST FILM EDITING
The Artist
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo
War Horse

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Flowers of War
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
The Tree Of Life
War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
The Artist (Ludovic Bource)

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross)

Hugo (Howard Shore)
Jane Eyre (Dario Marianelli)
War Horse (John Williams)

BEST ART DIRECTION
The Artist
The Flowers Of War

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Hugo
War Horse

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
The Flowers Of War
The Iron Lady
My Week With Marilyn
War Horse
W.E.

SEPTEMBER PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

01. The Descendants
02. War Horse
03. The Artist
04. Moneyball
05. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
06. The Help
07. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
08. Midnight In Paris
09. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
10. 50/50

BEST ACTOR
George Clooney – The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Jean Dujardin – The Artist
Michael Fassbender – Shame
Gary Oldman – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

BEST ACTRESS
Viola Davis – The Help
Rooney Mara – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Elizabeth Olsen – Martha Marcy May Marlene
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton – We Need To Talk About Kevin

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Kenneth Branagh – My Week With Marilyn
Philip Seymour Hoffman – Moneyball
Christopher Plummer – Beginners
Max von Sydow – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Christoph Waltz – Carnage

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Jessica Chastain – The Help
Judy Davis – The Eye of the Storm
Judi Dench – J. Edgar
Vanessa Redgrave – Coriolanus
Shailene Woodley – The Descendants

BEST DIRECTOR
Stephen Daldry – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist
Bennett Miller – Moneyball
Alexander Payne – The Descendants
Steven Spielberg – War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
50/50 – Will Reiser
The Artist – Michel Hazanavicius
J. Edgar – Dustin Lance Black
Midnight In Paris – Woody Allen
Win Win – Thomas McCarthy

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The Descendants – Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – Eric Roth
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Steven Zallian
Moneyball – Aaron Sorkin
War Horse – Richard Curtis & Lee Hall

MAY PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

01. The Ides of March (Sony Pictures)
02. War Horse (Walt Disney)
03. J. Edgar (Warner Bros.)
04. A Dangerous Method (TBD)
05. Moneyball (Columbia Pictures)
06. The Tree of Life (Fox Searchlight)
07. Midnight In Paris (Sony Pictures Classics)
08. Like Crazy (Paramount Vantage)
09. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Sony Pictures)
10. The 13 Women of Nanjing (TBD)

BEST ACTOR
Antonio Bandaras – The Skin That I Inhabit
George Clooney – The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Michael Fassbender – A Dangerous Method
Ryan Gosling – The Ides of March

BEST ACTRESS
Kirsten Dunst – Melancholia
Felicity Jones – Like Crazy
Elizabeth Olsen – Martha Marcy May Marlene
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
John Goodman – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Ides Of March
Viggo Mortensen – A Dangerous Method
Christopher Plummer – Beginners
Christoph Waltz – Carnage

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Judi Dench – J. Edgar
Keira Knightley – A Dangerous Method
Carey Mulligan – Shame
Vanessa Redgrave – Coriolanus
Kate Winslet – Carnage

BEST DIRECTOR
George Clooney – The Ides Of March
David Cronenberg – A Dangerous Method
Clint Eastwood – J. Edgar
Terence Malick – The Tree Of Life
Steven Spielberg – War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Contagion – Scott Z. Burns
J. Edgar – Dustin Lance Black
Like Crazy – Drake Doremus & Ben York Jones
Midnight In Paris – Woody Allen
Win Win – Thomas McCarthy

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
A Dangerous Method – Christopher Hampton
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Steven Zallian
The Ides Of March – George Clooney & Grant Heslov
Moneyball – Aaron Sorkin
War Horse – Richard Curtis & Lee Hall

BEST FILM EDITING
The 13 Women of Nanjing
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
J. Edgar
The Ides of March
War Horse

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Drive
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
The Tree Of Life
War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
Hugo Cabret (Howard Shore)
J. Edgar (Clint Eastwood)
Jane Eyre (Dario Marianelli)
War Horse (John Williams)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross)


APRIL PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

01. The Ides of March (Sony Pictures)
02. War Horse (Walt Disney)
03. J. Edgar (Warner Bros.)
04. A Dangerous Method (TBD)
05. Moneyball (Columbia Pictures)
06. The Tree of Life (Fox Searchlight)
07. Maragret (Fox Searchlight)
08. Carnage (TBD)
09. Super 8 (Paramount)
10. The 13 Women of Nanjing (TBD)

BEST ACTOR
Antonio Bandaras – The Skin That I Inhabit
George Clooney – The Descendants
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Michael Fassbender – A Dangerous Method
Ryan Gosling – The Ides of March

BEST ACTRESS
Felicity Jones – Like Crazy
Elizabeth Olsen – Martha Marcy May Marlene
Anna Paquin – Maragret
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton – We Need To Talk About Kevin

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
John Goodman – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Ides Of March
Viggo Mortensen – A Dangerous Method
Christopher Plummer – Beginners
Christoph Waltz – Carnage

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Judi Dench – J. Edgar
Keira Knightley – A Dangerous Method
Carey Mulligan – Shame
Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn
Kate Winslet – Carnage

BEST DIRECTOR
George Clooney – The Ides Of March
David Cronenberg – A Dangerous Method
Clint Eastwood – J. Edgar
Terence Malick – The Tree Of Life
Steven Spielberg – War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Contagion – Scott Z. Burns
J. Edgar – Dustin Lance Black
Maragret – Kenneth Lonergan
The Tree Of Life – Terence Malick
Win Win – Thomas McCarthy

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
A Dangerous Method – Christopher Hampton
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Steven Zallian
The Ides Of March – George Clooney & Grant Heslov
Moneyball – Aaron Sorkin
War Horse – Richard Curtis & Lee Hall

BEST FILM EDITING
The 13 Women of Nanjing
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
J. Edgar
The Ides of March
War Horse

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo Cabret
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
The Tree Of Life
War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
Hugo Cabret (Howard Shore)
J. Edgar (Clint Eastwood)
Jane Eyre (Dario Marianelli)
War Horse (John Williams)
We Need To Talk About Kevin (Jonny Greenwood)


MARCH PREDICTIONS

BEST PICTURE

01. The Ides of March (Sony Pictures)
02. War Horse (Walt Disney)
03. J. Edgar (Warner Bros.)
04. A Dangerous Method (TBD)
05. Moneyball (Columbia Pictures)
06. The Tree of Life (Fox Searchlight)
07. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Sony Pictures)
08. Maragret (Fox Searchlight)
09. Carnage (TBD)
10. The 13 Women of Nanjing (TBD)

BEST ACTOR
Leonardo DiCaprio – J. Edgar
Michael Fassbender – A Dangerous Method
Ryan Gosling – The Ides of March
Woody Harrelson – Rampart
Gary Oldman – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

BEST ACTRESS
Anne Hathaway – One Day
Felicity Jones – Like Crazy
Anna Paquin – Maragret
Meryl Streep – The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton – We Need To Talk About Kevin

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
John Goodman – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Philip Seymour Hoffman – Moneyball
Viggo Mortensen – A Dangerous Method
Christopher Plummer – Beginners
Harry Dean Stanton – This Must Be The Place

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Judi Dench – J. Edgar
Jodie Foster – Carnage
Carey Mulligan – Shame
Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn
Kate Winslet – Carnage

BEST DIRECTOR
George Clooney – The Ides Of March
David Cronenberg – A Dangerous Method
Clint Eastwood – J. Edgar
Terence Malick – The Tree Of Life
Steven Spielberg – War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Contagion – Scott Z. Burns
J. Edgar – Dustin Lance Black
Maragret – Kenneth Lonergan
The Tree Of Life – Terence Malick
Win Win – Thomas McCarthy

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
A Dangerous Method
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
The Ides Of March
Moneyball
War Horse

BEST FILM EDITING
The 13 Women of Nanjing
Contagion
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
The Ides of March
War Horse

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Hugo Cabret
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
The Tree Of Life
War Horse

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
Hugo Cabret (Howard Shore)
J. Edgar (Clint Eastwood)
Jane Eyre (Dario Marianelli)
War Horse (John Williams)
We Need To Talk About Kevin (Jonny Greenwood)

13 thoughts on “84th Annual Academy Award Predictions

  1. Stephen J. Davis says:

    Interesting predictions, though Mortensen is a supporting character in “A Dangerous Method,” while Fassbender and Knightley are the leads. I applaud your inclusion of Oldman, and I really hope Gibson gets recognized (the script is incredibly well-written, and I think he’s perfect for the character).

  2. Hey mate, I’m quite impressed by your predictions.But I think ‘Hugo Cabret ‘ could also be a strong contender for the best picture (than Super 8), and ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’ also(I see that you have removed it).
    Yup..n I’m subscribing to your blog!!

    • forizzer69 says:

      I think Hugo Cabret has a chance, of course, but the script got a tepid response and I’ve heard many take issue with the twist (I haven’t read it so I haven’t a clue of what they speak) and considering this year seems insanely competitive (compared to either last or the year before) I have to drop a few of the big titles from major predictions.

      As for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, I might start predicting it again. I was updating my predictions and got tired and never completed it. I just don’t know how hot it will be – hard to gauge a Fincher flick.

  3. PaulJensen says:

    You should definitely follow up on this as it gets closer to Oscar season. And itd wouod be nice if you could add other categories such as animated or documentary.

  4. forizzer69 says:

    Definitely. I always do that when the award season picks up. What are your predictions? Techs and all, if possible.

  5. PaulJensen says:

    To be honest, I dont think The Help or Hugo have a shot at best picture. I, personally loved The Help but its low 73 on rottentomatoes.com makes it seem that not many will have it high on their ballots which is what a film needs to be nom’d. And Hugo looks full of cheese and too childish to be a contender. Im not saying it wont be a good film. but probably just not Oscar worthy,

    • forizzer69 says:

      The Help isn’t a film that would necessarily be at the center of awards discussion in a great year for late releases, but this is this year we’re talking about and this year seems pretty pithy. Even War Horse – a film which I and many other predicted to be near the front of the race come February – has gotten a poor reception. So the list of contenders is growing shorter as the weeks pass and The Help just happens to be both a film that made a splash over the summer months and one which possesses performances that resonate.

      Now about Hugo, the list of contenders is short and it is, after all, Scorsese’s love letter to cinema. I’m sure both the young and old members of the Academy will find much to relish in with Scorsese’s latest. I figure it to be “that” uplifting film of the year that gets award love.

  6. PaulJensen says:

    That is definitely true. As it gets closer to to the awards more and more will dissapoint narrowing the list. I thought J.Edgar would be a strong contender but I was proven wrong as I may be with other films when it gets closer to awards season. So did you attend a screening of War Horse then ornwhat?

  7. PaulJensen says:

    Also, here are a couple things I’ve heard people say that are probable for the Oscars.

    Best Actress: Kirsten Dusnt – Melancholia
    More acting noms then you have listed for Carnage, maybe a best picture nom?
    And any nominations for A Dangerous Method?

  8. Bob says:

    Why is Tree of Life not in the Best Editing category? It is perhaps the most revolutionary editing in filmmaking since Saving Private Ryan. ?????? I’m baffled, truly baffled!

  9. Paul says:

    I doubt either of the supporting charachters from The Help will get nom’s because their roles werent memorable or challenging enough no get a nom let alone a win. I think Plummer may get a nom for best supporting but i dont know if he’ll win. But i think it was a great idea to add who the winner looks like and it would be cool if you could write paragraphs for each.

  10. 623skate says:

    I believe Tinker Tailor has an edge over Hugo for Best Picture. I saw Hugo a couple hours ago and it was a good movie, but not as worthy as others and I feel its just crowding up the nominees even more.

  11. harley stickers says:

    Hello! I’ve been reading your blog for a long time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Huffman Tx! Just wanted to mention keep up the good work!

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