Best Actor Race: On Paper, it is Eddie Redmayne’s to lose. Michael Keaton is the sentimental vote. Yet, Bradley Cooper could pull an upset.
One would think given the caliber of actors, and performances, in this category that there would be stiff competition. Quite the opposite this year, with the supporting actor category being … Continue reading My Take on the Best Supporting Actor Category
Normally it is the Best Actress category that is the most contested category in the Oscars. In the last five years alone, there has been face-offs between Meryl Streep versus … Continue reading My Take on the Best Actress Category
Best Supporting Actress is a relatively predictable category so much so that any win outside of Patricia Arquette would be deemed to be a tremendous upset, and for just reason. … Continue reading My Take on the Best Supporting Actress Category
This is a highly contradictive Oscar year and the Best Director category is no exception. The contradiction comes from a complete disconnect between the various film guilds and the big-name … Continue reading My Take on the Best Director Category
The expectation going into Oscar season was that The Lego Movie would undoubtedly be nominated and would win for Best Animated Film. This mentality was confounded with the fact that … Continue reading My Take on the Animated Movie Category
Best Production Design: The Nominees: “The Grand Budapest Hotel” “The Imitation Game” “Interstellar” “Into the Woods” “Mr. Turner” Will Win: The Grand Budapest Hotel Could Win: Into the Woods Should … Continue reading 2015 Oscar Winner Predictions, The Technical Awards, Part 2