This is a complete list of our predicted winners at the 2018 Academy Awards with links to individual articles.
What the contents of Faye Dunaway’s envelope taught us is that best picture can’t just be the most safely, inoffensively well-liked film.
The tea leaves tell us that this is a more unpredictable Oscar race than most people are perhaps willing to admit.
Martin McDonagh very well may have had this one in the bag the moment Mildred first utters the word “culpable” to the priest in Three Billboards.
Surviving Operation Dynamo would have been a snap compared to having to write about both sound categories for many years in a row.
Baby Driver rolls up to the Oscar party as a serious threat in both sound categories, though perhaps less so in this category that tends to favor films that are also best picture nominees.
Sam Rockwell did more on the campaign trail to legitimize unlikely redemption than anything Martin McDonagh gave him to work with.
Here’s one prize at least that will ensure that Phantom Thread, Slant’s favorite film of 2017, won’t be wearing the emperor’s new clothes.
Best achievement in cinematography has emerged as the Oscar category most likely to offend Film Twitter when its winner is announced.
You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who didn’t feel as though Baby Driver reached out to them directly from the screen to ask if they would care to have this dance.
Guillermo del Toro is a profoundly gifted formalist with a uniquely perverse obsession with the binaries that separate us as human beings.
In a weird double-dipping twist of fate, the nominees behind Beauty and the Beast and Darkest Hour will be competing against themselves in two separate Oscar categories.
Jonny Greenwood’s florid work on Phantom Thread culminates what, for most Radiohead and PTA fans, has been the ultimate best-case scenario.
Throughout the awards season, Frances McDormand, like Sam Rockwell, has remained impervious to the controversy whirling around Three Billboards.
Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday morning, with Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water leading the way with 13 nominations.
Until proven otherwise, we see no reason not to be optimistic about the Grand Pooh-Bah of film prizes’ potential for further underdog surprises.
The Shape of Water’s setting yields an inherent coldness that Guillermo del Toro must work to overcome.