BIG BOY EDIT 10:16 AM SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26: CHANGED MY PICK FOR VISUAL EFFECTS BECAUSE WOW WAS I FORGETTING A THING.
Hey guys the Oscars are TOMORROW so TODAY I am releasing my predictions.
A few notes I want to leave you with first and foremost:
I did not see I Am Not Your Negro. Not out of any protest or stupid bullshit or anything. I think it looks excellent. I just couldn’t get to any theaters playing it in time.
I did not see My Life as a Zucchini because it’s not playing anywhere near me.
I won’t be predicting any of the short films because they’re just super hard to find anywhere. Continue reading
Every year, the Oscars are steeped in controversy. Every year, there are people who don’t deserve to be nominated who are, and people who do deserve to be nominated that aren’t. This year is no different. Next year, despite proposed changes at the Academy, probably will still be no different. The Academy loves to ignore more independent movies in favor of the more high-profile movies that most people still haven’t heard of. Now, just because people haven’t heard of them doesn’t make them bad. Far from it, actually. Continue reading
Here we are. 2016. That means I go nuts and talk about movies and the best movies of the year and the worst movies the year and just, overall, this year in film.
Hooooooo boy the Oscars are here. And this year, as with every year, the nominees have their fair share of controversy. This year the acting nominees are a sea of white faces. Not a single person of color has been nominated for an acting Oscar (although one of them PLAYED a Native American this year! uh… oh jeez) and it has left audiences wondering: Why is #OscarSoWhite? (Lucifer forgive me I used a “hashtag.”) With all of the potential for people of color to be nominated this year, we are, once again, asking the same questions of the Academy. Continue reading
Oh man guys. Here we are. We’re finally at the Oscars. I have been waiting all year for this. I have to say, I love the Oscars. I know they have their issues (lack of ethnic diversity, ignorance of more independent films, THE LEGO MOVIE ugh), but I am overall pretty satisfied with the crop of nominations this year.
Hello! We at the Academy of Will proudly present our first annual Awards for quality in filmmaking. Eligible films are any that were released in the United States of America between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013 (that I saw). The categories are: Best Picture Best Director Best Animated Film Best Foreign-Language Film Best Actor Best Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay Best Cinematography Best Costume Design Best Make-Up Best Visual (Computer-Generated) Effects Best Practical (Non-Computer-Generated) Effects Best Stunt Work
Okay so hopefully this is formatted okay. WELCOME. To my LAST MINUTE 2014 Academy Award winner prediction list! WOOOOOOOO HERE WE GO we’re going least important to most important this year. Bear in mind, the earlier it is on the list, the less I really know about the award! LIKE SOUND MIXING. Continue reading