Saturday, January 19, 2008

My predictions

Out of 40, I correctly guessed 32 last year. This year, I'll try to beat that. That said, here is who I think will get a nod on Tuesday morning in the race for the ever elusive Golden Man.

Best Original Screenplay:

Juno-Diablo Cody
The Savages-Tamara Jenkins
Lars And The Real Girl-Nancy Oliver
Waitress-Adrienne Shelly
Michael Clayton-Tony Gilroy

Best Adapted Screenplay:

No Country For Old Men-Joel & Ethan Coen
Atonement-Christopher Hampton
The Diving Bell And The Butterfly-Ronald Harwood
There Will Be Blood-Paul Thomas Anderson
Charlie Wilson's War-Aaron Sorkin

Best Supporting Actress:

Saoirse Ronan-Atonement
Ruby Dee-American Gangster
Tilda Swinton-Michael Clayton
Amy Ryan-Gone Baby Gone
Cate Blanchett-I'm Not There

Best Supporting Actor:

Javier Bardem-No Country For Old Men
Hal Holbrook-Into The Wild
Casey Affleck-The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford
Philip Seymour Hoffman-Charlie Wilson's War
Tom Wilkinson-Michael Clayton

Best Actress:

Angelina Jolie-A Mighty Heart
Laura Linney-The Savages
Ellen Page-Juno
Julie Christie-Away From Her
Marion Cotillard-La Vie En Rose

Best Actor:

Daniel Day-Lewis-There Will Be Blood
George Clooney-Michael Clayton
Johnny Depp-Sweeney Todd
Viggo Mortensen-Eastern Promises
Ryan Gosling-Lars And The Real Girl

Best Director:

Julian Schnabel-The Diving Bell And The Butterfly
Joel & Ethan Coen-No Country For Old Men
Jason Reitman-Juno
Tony Gilroy-Michael Clayton
Paul Thomas Anderson-There Will Be Blood

Best Picture:

No Country For Old Men
There Will Be Blood
Michael Clayton



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