Sunday, February 27, 2011

And the Award Goes To...

Well those of you that caught my post accepting my prestigious Stylish Blogger Award are well aware of my love of movies. As I said that day, I have seen all of the movies nominated for Oscars excepting two (127 Hours and Winter's Bone).


So what am I doing tonight? Watching the Oscars of course!
I know a lot of people probably find this type of evening exceedingly dull but I'm super excited that Oscar Night is finally here. #1 because I get to see all of the Hollywood Glitterati all dressed up (I'm a feminist but I still enjoy these things, it's true); and #2 because each year my family and I partake in an Oscar poll where we guess what movie/actor will win which award. I'm undefeated and I plan on staying that way! And the prize is massive, lemme tell ya. TEN WHOLE DOLLARS to the winner! I could buy a book with that cash!


So I'll share with you my predictions:
Best Picture: The King's Speech
Best Actress: Natalie Portman - Black Swan
Best Actor: Colin Firth - The King's Speech
Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo - The Fighter
Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale - The Fighter
Best Animated Film: Toy Story 3
Best Director: David Fincher - The Social Network
Best Foreign Film: In a Better World (Denmark)


And those are the only categories my family includes in the poll. Wish me luck on winning the $10 :)


And we'll be back to our regular scheduled literary posting tomorrow, I promise! ;)

3 comments:

Caity said...

Found you on 20sb and I look forward to future posts. I love colin firth and think he's underrated so even though I didn't see the king's speech I hope he wins. Loved the black swan and am rooting for natalie!

Deborah Lawrenson said...

$10, yay! That might even get you a feather on Sharon Stone's shoulder (was there an unfortunate bird-related accident there?).

Seriously, do you have a crystal ball? Uncanny...

llevinso said...

@Caity, welcome aboard! And the two you were rooting for won :)

@Deborah, I'm always really good with my Oscar predictions, probably because I pay close attention to all the pre-Oscar awards and am an avid movie-watcher.

But YES!! I won the $10! And I only got 1 wrong (Tom Hooper won Best Director). Next year I strive to get every single one right!