Let's pretend here for a moment that you could nominate the movies for best picture next year. Assuming they go back to the traditional 5 nomination format, which something tells me they won't but still. Let's assume it's only 5 and then you pick five movies, that were released this year in theaters, then name them. You don't have to say why if you don't want to, but just list your nominations.
edit: of course, if you want, you can also state who you think should win out of the five you nominate.
2. shutter island
3. the social network
4. toy story 3-D
5. the american
edit: if the academy were to nominate these five films, then my money would be on "the social network" to win best picture, due to it's broad appeal among movie goers. However, if it were up to me, I would like to see "Inception" win out of all five of these movies, since it truly was one of the deepest and best movies ever assembled. Sure, there's other movies like "dreamscape" that explored the same concept of dreams, in the past. However, none of those movies ever explored it as deeply and thoroughly as "Inception" did, as it not only told a great story, it was psychological thriller that challenged the viewers' perception and concepts of reality.
1. inception (Agree)
2. shutter island (Agree)
3. the social network (Hate you, you're so fast -yet to see this)
4. toy story 3-D (No)
5. the american (No)
oh yeah, i forgot about "the town." lol. that was a great film as well. I guess I'd have to replace "The American" with that movie. My bad. lol.
I'm hoping Colin Firth gets best actor this year. Thats if The Kings Speech is a qualifier this year. As far as i've seen in the trailer (it isn't out at the mo in the uk) he deserves it. I believe it could be the only award he hasn't won in acting yet.
by FaithDream 7 years ago
Do you think "The Social Network" deserves an Oscar?I just watched this movie. I know it's up for an Oscar. What do you think?
by fierycj 9 years ago
Post in here, movies which in your opinion deserved an Oscar, but was denied it by the Academy. And tell us why you think it deserved an Oscar as well. One movie per post.
by azimimpossible 7 years ago
Why there was no Oscar for movie Inception even if it was among the best movie ever made?SOCIAL NETWORK IS GIVEN PREFERENCE OVER THE INCEPTION.IS IT WORTH.WHY ACADEMY ALWAYS IGNORE MOVIES LIKE INCEPTION.
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
Here ye! Here ye! Another year has arrived, and it's time to talk about Oscar snubs of 2014. Here's how this works. As most of my readers know, I usually like to do an Oscar wrap up after the academy awards. During this wrap up, we talk about who the winners are, and who the...
by Steven Escareno 3 years ago
Greetings folks. For those of you that are familiar with these forums that I do every year, I usually open up forums asking other users to name Oscar snubs prior to the actual event. Sadly, I've been so preoccupied with things that I didn't get a chance to open this forum early like...
by GAGANPREET SINGH BHATIA 6 years ago
Suggest me some movies worth watching more than once?
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