Sunday, September 11, 2005

Updated Oscar Predictions

Welcome, Film Experience readers and Oscar obsessives!


Best Picture
01 – Jarhead (Universal)
02 – Munich (Dreamworks/Universal)
03 – Goodnight and Good Luck (Warner Independent)
04 – Memoirs of a Geisha (Columbia)
05 – Mrs. Henderson Presents (The Weinstein Group)

06- Brokeback Mountain (Focus Features); 07- Walk the Line (20th Century Fox); 08- All the King’s Men (Columbia); 09-Syriana (Warner Bros.); 10- Elizabethtown (Paramount); 11- A History of Violence (New Line); 12-Breakfast on Pluto (Sony Pictures Classics); 13- The New World (New Line); 14- The Constant Gardener (Focus); 15-Proof (Miramax).

Best Director
01 – Sam Mendes (Jarhead)
02 – Steven Spielberg (Munich)
03 – Stephen Frears (Mrs. Henderson Presents)
04 - George Clooney (Goodnight and Good Luck)
05 – Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain)

06- Rob Marshall (Memoirs of a Geisha); 07- Steve Zaillian (All the King’s Men); 08- James Mangold (Walk the Line); 09- Terrence Malick (The New World); 10-Neil Jordan (Breakfast on Pluto); 11- Cameron Crowe (Elizabethtown); 12- David Cronenberg (A History of Violence); 13-Stephen Gaghan (Syriana); 14- Woody Allen (Match Point); 15- Curtis Hanson (In Her Shoes).

Acting categories await if you follow the link below . . .

Best Actor
01 – Joaquin Phoenix (Walk the Line)
02 – David Strathairn (Goodnight and Good Luck)
03 – Sean Penn (All the King’s Men)
04 – Tommy Lee Jones (The Three Burials of Meliquades Estrada)
05 – Phillip Seymour Hoffman (Capote)

06- Ralf Feinnes (The Constant Gardener); 07- Cillian Murphy (Breakfast on Pluto); 08-Heath Ledger (Brokeback Mountain); 09- Viggo Mortenson (A History of Violence); 10- George Clooney (Syriana); 11- Eric Bana (Munich); 12- Steve Martin (Shopgirl); 13- Jake Gyllenhaal (Jarhead); 14-Nathan Lane (The Producers); 15- Bill Murray (Broken Flowers).

Best Actress
01 – Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line)
02 – Judi Dench (Mrs. Henderson Presents)
03 – Ziyi Zhang (Memoirs of a Geisha)
04 – Felicity Huffman (Transamerica)
05 – Charlize Theron (North Country)

06- Gwyneth Paltrow (Proof); 07-Joan Allen (The Upside of Anger); 08- Diane Keaton (The Family Stone); 09- Claire Danes (Shopgirl); 10- Meryl Streep (Prime); 11- Cameron Diaz (In Her Shoes); 12-Julianne Moore (The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio); 13- Kiera Knightley (Pride and Prejudice); 14-Salma Hayek (Ask the Dust); 15- Juliette Binoche (Bee Season).

Best Supporting Actor
01 – Peter Sarsgaard (Jarhead)
02 – Jude Law (All the King’s Men)
03 – Ken Watanabe (Memoirs of a Geisha)
04 – Christopher Plummer (The New World)
05 – Bob Hoskins (Mrs. Henderson Presents)

06-Matt Damon (Syriana); 07- Barry Pepper (The Three Burials of Meliquades Estrada); 08- Ed Harris (A History of Violence); 09-Christian Bale (A New World); 10- Geoffrey Rush (Munich); 11-George Clooney (Goodnight and Good Luck); 12- William Hurt (A History of Violence); 13-Woody Harrelson (North Country); 14-Jeff Daniels (The Squid and the Whale); 15-Anthony Hopkins (Proof).

Best Supporting Actress
01 – Toni Collette (In Her Shoes)
02 – Patricia Clarkson (All the King’s Men)
03 – Scarlett Johansson (Match Point)
04 – Gong Li (Memoirs of a Geisha)
05 – Shirley MacLaine (In Her Shoes)

06- Susan Sarandon (Elizabethtown); 07- Maria Bello (A History of Violence); 08- Michelle Williams (Brokeback Mountain); 09-Michelle Yeoh (Memoirs of a Geisha); 10- Frances McDormand (North Country); 11-Laura Linney (The Squid and the Whale); 12-Q’Orianka Kilcher (The New World); 13-Kate Winslet (All the King’s Men); 14-Kirsten Dunst (Elizabethtown); 15-Catherine Keener (Capote).

3 comments:

par3182 said...

I predict Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Catherine Keener will be the 'Pollock'-like double act this year (but without the surprise supporting actress win).

Anonymous said...

oh come on, nothing at all for Match point...if it is even descent the academy will want to award woody allen for making a movie that is any good

Joe R. said...

Tell that to 'Small Time Crooks' - decently reviewed, largely ignored.

Match Point will have to hit big, and even then . . .