I didn't see Silver Linings Playbook.. Worth seeing?
Zero Dark Thirty was awesome but I didn't like it better than Lincoln and while she was good, I don't think Jessica Chastain was Oscar worthy in it
Using Bak3d's format....
Best Picture: The Master
Best Actor: Joaquin Phoenix
Best Actress: Jessica Chastain
Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones
Best Supporting Actress: Amy Adams
Best Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Best Animated: Wreck it Ralph
Best Original Screenplay: Django Unchained
Best Adapted Screenplay: Argo
Best Cinematography: The Master
Best Visual Effect: Prometheus
Best Original Score: The Dark Knight Rises (Hans Zimmer)
Best Original Song: Adele - Skyfall
Last edited by PatSox; 02-08-2013 at 05:48 AM.
Made one change to my picks. Skyfall for cinematography because Life of Pi is a little too Life of "CGI" to win the award.
And for the record I haven't seen " The Master ", so I'm not sure how it would impact my picks.
Last edited by Bak3d; 01-29-2013 at 05:38 PM.
Awards were all screwy this year. I haven't seen all the films yet but from what I've seen this year, I'd have to give my top picks to:
Best Picture: Argo
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis
Best Actress: Jennifer Lawrence
Best Supporting Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio
Seriously. The lack of acknowledgement for his performance is ridiculous. Christoph Waltz was also phenomenal, I'd like to see him take the Oscar since Leo got yet another snub.
Best Supporting Actress: Sally Field
(I don't do musicals so have not seen Les Mis.)
Best Director: Ben Affleck
With the exception of a handful, I didn't see many quality movies come out this year. I saw my first James Bond movie (Skyfall) and was totally impressed. Dunno why I always thought they'd not be my cup of tea, but it was excellent. I think Argo was exceptional. I'd have to say that The Silver Linings Playbook was my favorite of the year.
I still need to see The Master, ZDT, and Amour.
Ok, finally seen " The Master " and I've changed some of my picks. Joaquin for Actor and Hoffman for supporting.