This is a complete list of our predicted winners at the 2015 Academy Awards.
Tempted though I might be to end an Oscar season I began so long ago quoting Into the Woods’s Witch by dropping another choice lyric from “Last Midnight”, there’s a legitimate three-way race to call this year.
First, praise be to the brave Oscar pundits who have Bradley Cooper in their crosshairs.
In what’s become an annual tradition, last weekend’s Writers Guild Awards weren’t much of a trial heat for the Oscars.
Even as Boyhood steamrolled the critics groups, even as it dominated the Golden Globes, we had our doubts about its frontrunner status here and in best picture.
The debate surrounding the allegedly intentional inscrutability of Interstellar’s dialogue is unquestionably more of a liability in the sound mixing category, where clarity and precision is the whole point.
If best animated film, best documentary feature, and best director begat the year’s most conspicuous snubs, best sound mixing boasts the most controversial nomination: Interstellar.
In dreams, too, Laura Dern wouldn’t also be passing through.
For practitioners of the form, like Daniel Mindel, who’s never shot a film digitally, the choice here will be between The Grand Budapest Hotel or Ida.
Many wondered why Foxcatcher’s Steve Carell didn’t attempt a campaign in supporting actor, which is where BAFTA slotted him.