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The 83rd Academy Awards Best Picture Nominations

The ten films from 2010 nominated for Best Picture.

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A Quick Tip by Chris_Pandolfi

  • Jan 25, 2011
The nominees are: "Black Swan," "The Fighter," "Inception," "The Kids Are All Right," "The King's Speech," "127 Hours," "The Social Network," "Toy Story 3," "True Grit," and "Winter's Bone." With the exception of "The Fighter," I'm pleased with the choices the Academy made. "The King's Speech" leads the way with twelve nominations. "True Grit" follows with ten. Next is "The Social Network," which has eight. "Toy Story 3" was a surprise. Although I don't think it will win, I'm grateful that "Winter's Bone" was acknowledged -- it truly is one of the year's best films. My prediction is that the Oscar will go to "The Social Network," one of the best written movies I saw all year.
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January 25, 2011
sweet! any predictions?
January 25, 2011
I already made the Best Picture prediction. As for the others: Best Actor, Colin Firth; Best Actress, Natalie Portman; Best Supporting Actor, Christian Bale; Best Supporting Actress, Melissa Leo; Best Director, David Fincher. Mind you, these are not necessarily my personal picks. Some of these predictions were made based on hype and movie trends. If I had any say in the matter, "The Fighter" wouldn't be nominated for anything, least of all Best Picture.
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review by . February 01, 2011
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In my review of the Oscar Nominations I already talked about how having ten best picture nominees is a pretty bad idea.  But just because it's a bad idea doesn't mean we can't take a moment to examine them and perhaps do a little more Oscar discussion.  This year the ten chosen don't seem to be so bad.  I've seen about seven of them so far (with Winter's Bone, 127 Hours and The Kids Are Alright still left on my list).  So far the movies I've seen were …
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