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I believe this strategy can correctly predict the Best Picture winner for (almost) any year's Oscars, simply by tallying up points based on what categories the films were nominated for. The thinking comes down to focusing on these categories, for these reasons, with this point system:Best Picture NomineesOf course, start with the best picture nominee list.
Here is an informative guide on watching all major award shows both TV and online streaming.Academy Awards:Channel: ABCLive Stream: Oscar.
Decided to put together a buying guide for anyone scrambling for Christmas gift ideas, but coming up short. This entry is broken down into gift ideas for five different age groups, for easy reference. Hope this helps. Has served me well in the past.Ages 1-4Stuffed Animals. Works like a charm, keeping in mind the gender of the child and his or her temperament.
Well, the votes are in. Most of our winners were expected, some not. (SPOILER:Leo finally gets his Oscar) Do you agree with the turn-out?Best Picture: "Spotlight"Direction:"The Revenant," Alejandro G.
March 25th is the big day for a new Batman movie to prove itself. Yes, Superman is in it, but it is obvious that all eyes are on the man in black. Director Christopher Nolan has left behind very large high-res shoes to fill.
Lady Gaga is a masterful performer and artist, let's get that out of the way. Her tribute to David Bowie at the Grammy awards was impressive, yes, but it was missing something vital, sincerity. The performance seemed to be more about whether or not Gaga could pull off the multiple costume changes, and lastly, Bowie's music.
The 88th annual Oscar nominations have finally been announced. So I think it's worth going over the full list of nominees, and discussing thoughts on who should win, who will (likely) win the top awards, and why (on both accounts).
To go out, or not to go out? That is the question.Well, that's the question for me on NYE anyways. Fight the crowds, traffic, weather and drunks to attempt to have a good time 'out on the town'? Or stay at home, keep it low key, maybe have a few friends over, watch the fireworks/ball drop on TV, have some champaign and then call it an early one...