My 90th Oscar Predictions

Here are my thoughts on what’s going to win at this year’s Oscars and what I want to win at this year’s Oscars.

Best Picture

Nominations: The Shape of Water, Call Me by Your Name, Darkest Hour, The Post, Phantom Thread, Get Out, Dunkirk, Lady Bird, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Who Will Win: Three Billboards

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Who I Want to Win: The Florida Project (not nominated) or Lady Bird

Three Billboards is a worthy Best Picture contender and I wouldn’t mind seeing it win. But the only thing that really bothers me about the film is the tone – Three Billboards is a dark comedy, and while I do like dark comedies and appreciated their moments in the film, I think that in many instances in the film the drama would’ve stuck better. Lady Bird would be my choice to win out of the nominations because it’s such a strikingly real movie. Though I would rather have The Florida Project be nominated and win because of it’s impact on me – I can’t quite forget that film, it has still stuck with me since I’ve seen it.

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Top 10 Films of 2017

2017 was a pretty great year for movies. I’m here to give my personal list for the Top 10 of the year. Now I haven’t seen every movie, there’s still a ton I haven’t seen like I Tonya, The Post, Three Billboards, and All the Money in the World among others. So when I get a chance to see these movies – I may update and change this list. This list was hard to make, I changed it many times but I think this is the list I’m happy with.

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The Room (2003)

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As many are aware The Room is considered the best worst movie ever made. It’s a complete train wreck from start to finish. It’s a small film that many people have never heard of that somehow has gained a cult following over the years. The script, dialogue, acting, and just about everything else was terrible. I had to force myself to watch this movie because I really wanted to see James Franco’s The Disaster Artist.

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