Oscar Night

I used to watch the Oscars religiously when I was at Uni. A couple of my friends were movie buffs which made the whole thing more interesting (because they thought they knew what they were talking about and sometimes they couldn’t be more wrong)

Staying up on a Sunday night/Monday morning wasn’t an issue for me. Back then I could pretty much do as I wanted and missing a lesson here or there wasn’t a problem at all (ahhhh… how miss those days of detachment from the MAN…)

So, having only seen two or three of the nominated films to the Oscars this year, my predictions are more like guesses than anything else. And here are the main categories:

Best Picture: The King’s Speech

Actor in a Leading Role: Colin Firth

Actor in a Supporting Role: (I want to say Geoffrey Rush, but I’ll bet you it will be) Christian Bale

Actress in a Leading Role: Natalie Portman

Actress in a Supporting Role: Helena Bonham Carter

Animated Feature Film: Toy Story 3

Original Screenplay: Inception

Adapted Screenplay: Toy Story 3

And I really don’t know anything about the technicalities like Sound mixing, editing, visual effects, etc, so I won’t comment on that. I’ve got a feeling that The King’s Speech will be the big winner and 127 Hours the big loser…

We’ll see how my “predictions” compare to the actual winners tomorrow morning!

3 thoughts on “Oscar Night”

  1. Ahí van los míos…

    Best Picture: The King’s Speech
    Actor in a Leading Role: Colin Firth
    Actor in a Supporting Role: Christian Bale
    Actress in a Leading Role: Natalie Portman
    Actress in a Supporting Role: Annette Benning
    Animated Feature Film: The Illusionist
    Original Screenplay: The King’s Speech
    Adapted Screenplay: Toy Story 3

  2. Ahh.. Damn it!! I forgot to write my predictions!!

    Anyway, Happy that Mr. Firth won the Oscar..You two were almost right with the rest of the predictions!

  3. You weren’t far wrong :). Haven’t had a chance to watch The King’s Speech but might have to make an efford as everybody is raving about it.

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