2013 Oscar Ballot and Contest
Submit Your Picks For The Winners of The Top Six Categories
Joey C’s Picks-
You can go to http://movies.yahoo.com/oscars/pick-em/ and make your selections.
Write in who you picked in these 6 categories in the comment selection below this post. Be sure to fill out your ballot before the Oscars Telecast tonight.
Best picture: Argo
Django Unchained, the Quentin Tarantino Directed Movie was a complete spectacle and just like everything else from Tarantino you had no idea where everything was going. I’d like to see it win but they don’t seem to like to reward Tarantino and I think Argo takes home the honor based on the sympathy vote for Ben Affleck getting the snub in the director category.
I would not at all be surprised to to see Lincoln with though. I just won’t root for it because I’m just not a fan of period pieces. even though it’s probably a great movie.
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis In Lincoln
If there was a lock I’d say Daniel Day-Lewis is about a big a lock as you can get in this category this year. The Oscar voters love Daniel Day-Lewis, he’s already won twice, he was in an important movie and none of the other movies in this category were huge movies. Easiest category to pick. Book it.
Best Actress: Jessica Chastain in Zero Dark Thirty
I’m going with Jessica Chastain here because once again no one has seen any of the other movies in this category. Amour, a French sub-titled film. The Impossible, didn’t hear about it. They say Jennifer Lawrence didn’t have to act much for her role in Silver Linings Playbook. and Beasts of the Southern Wild, another movie no one has gone to see. Also Meryl Streep wasn’t nominated in this category. Because it doesn’t matter when Meryl is in the race Meryl wins.
Another easy category to pick.
Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones in Lincoln
I’d rather see Christopher Waltz win for his performance in Django Unchained but I’m picking Tommy Lee Jones. I figure for the Spielberg movie they’re gonna give a bunch of awards and this is a category where they can give another one. Alan Arkin was great in Argo but it wasn’t a huge role onscreen. Philip Seymour Hoffman is great in everything he’s in but I never saw The Master and didn’t hear a lot about it. Silver Lining Playbook is just a movie that despite all the huge stars in it I never heard anyone say “You Have To Go See This Movie” so that’s why I doubt it goes to Dinero.
Best Supporting Actress: Sally Field
Sally Field because she’s Sally Field.
I can’t root for Anne Hathaway and her phony humble brag. Never saw her in anything that blew me away. Would I be shocked to see Anne Hathaway win it? No, in fact she probably will but I just root against here every time.
Best director: Steven Spielberg for Lincoln
I just think Spielberg doing an important piece with big actors is gonna get votes. It’s probably a movie I ought to go see but it’s just not my kinda film. I’m no history buff. Would have loved to see Quentin Tarantino win for Django Unchained but he wasn’t even nominated. Also wouldn’t have minded to see Affleck win for Argo.
They’re not going to give it to the director of a French sub-titled movie (Amour). Not gonna give it to the director of a small movie that no one saw, Beasts of The Southern Wild. Never heard anyone say “You must go see Silver Linings Playbook”. Maybe the long shot here is the Life of Pi but I highly doubt it.
Gotta be Spielberg for the lock.
Don’t forget to click on the comment below this post to leave your predictions in the top six categories. You can view the nominees here- http://movies.yahoo.com/oscars/pick-em/