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    • April 16, 2015 10:01 PM EDT
    • Yes, I had that cut until I was 12. Don't you feel sorry for me?
      Rex said:
      Looks like the put a bowl on his head and cut around it. lol hahahahaha :P
      OmahaTrevor85 said:

      Yes, the 90's gave us kids an unending supply of movies. Most of which were dreadful.

      Hey, just like that dreadful 'shroom cut' I still have bad memories of, it's something only us 90's kids can understand.

       

       

    • April 16, 2015 9:11 PM EDT
    • Looks like the put a bowl on his head and cut around it. lol hahahahaha :P
      OmahaTrevor85 said:

      Yes, the 90's gave us kids an unending supply of movies. Most of which were dreadful.

      Hey, just like that dreadful 'shroom cut' I still have bad memories of, it's something only us 90's kids can understand.

       

    • April 16, 2015 9:07 PM EDT
    • Yes, the 90's gave us kids an unending supply of movies. Most of which were dreadful.

      Hey, just like that dreadful 'shroom cut' I still have bad memories of, it's something only us 90's kids can understand.

    • April 15, 2015 9:27 PM EDT
    • I have seen Dunston Checks In that is pretty fun. :P

    • April 12, 2015 9:48 PM EDT
    • I will take the old black and white Disney Flubber.

      OMG I forgort about "Dunston Checks In," lol when I saw it when I was little on dvd, Eric Lloyd was so cute, whatever happened to him??? I would love to see Dunston Checks IN again. cx

    • April 10, 2015 10:00 PM EDT
    • Spy Kids for sure..blech.

    • April 10, 2015 9:30 PM EDT
    • WatchMojo's lists are debatable. I'm sure this one is too:

      Frankly I think more Disney movies should have made the list, especially those with Jonathan Taylor Thomas.

    • April 12, 2015 9:41 PM EDT
    • I dont know either Nasru, leave it to the movie pros like Trevor, jeff Jones, Film Fan, Jefrey007 etc.

    • April 11, 2015 12:59 PM EDT
    • Cool but I dont know a good director from a bad one yet, but good info.

    • April 10, 2015 9:32 PM EDT
    • Should we really be surprised by what's #1?

       

    • April 4, 2015 8:45 PM EDT
    • I would like to win an Acadewmy Award one day. :D

    • March 20, 2015 10:44 PM EDT
    • $NavyBoy$ said:

      Often I like your picks more than the eventual winners.

      Sometimes I think I'm better at picking winners than the actual Academy.

    • March 16, 2015 9:07 PM EDT
    • Often I like your picks more than the eventual winners.

    • March 15, 2015 11:57 PM EDT
    • For as long as I have been around I have seen it. And look forward to it. I think you copuld write for an entertainment company like Entertainment Tonight or something like that.

    • March 13, 2015 9:03 PM EDT
    • Not at all Trevor, this has been an annual on TSO for well over 10 years??? wow unreal that there is a core of us been ehre I remeber form 2003 back on Delphi forums..even JP drops in sometimes but I heard he is the admin at Jeremy Sumpter official page and forum.
      OmahaTrevor85 said:
      Did you think I'd let this Oscar season go by without me predicting the winners? Of course not. Here I have my predictions on who I think Should Win (SW) if I feel I can make one, Will Win by the looks of things and the Closest Threat to the winner:
       
      BEST PICTURE:
      SW & WW: Boyhood
      CT: Birdman
       
      This year's big question for Best Picture was 'The Boy or the Bird?' I think Boyhood will triumph although Birdman does look hot on its heals. Remember Birdman did not get an editing nomination which might hurt it.
       
      BEST DIRECTOR:
      SW & WW: RICHARD LINKLATER/Boyhood
      CT: ALEJANDRO GONZALES INARRITU/Birdman
       
      It's been Richard's for the taking mostly but Alejandro won the Guild award. 
       
      BEST ACTOR:
      SW & WW: EDDIE REDMAYNE/The Theory of Everything
      CT: MICHAEL KEATON/Birdman
       
      Playing a person that existed is a big boost in this category. Eight of the fourteen winners of this award in the 21st century have won playing someone who existed. Only Michael Keaton's performance is of a fictional person. I would not be surprised if Eddie won but if Michael won, by the looks of the other categories, this will be the first Oscars since 1997 in which all four acting awards went to performances of fictional people.
       
      BEST ACTRESS:
      SW & WW: JULIANNE MOORE/Still Alice
      CT: REESE WITHERSPOON/Wild
       
      Hollywood may be famous for its blondes but it does have its legendary gingers with Katharine Hepburn, Deborah Kerr, Sissy Spacek and Julianne Moore. Amy Adams may well be on her way to becoming Hollywood's top ginger for now but before she does, give Julianne her Oscar.
       
      BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
      SW & WW: J.K. SIMMONS/Whiplash
      CT: EDWARD NORTON/Birdman
       
      That teacher J.K. Simmons played was quite something. Doesn't he seem more like sports coach to you at times?
       
      BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
      SW & WW: PATRICIA ARQUETTE/Boyhood
      CT: EMMA STONE/Birdman
       
      Sometimes Boyhood makes you wonder is it all about the boy or could it be more about the mother? Kudos for Patricia for being a scene-stealer.
       
      BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
      SW: RICHARD LINKLATER/Boyhood
      WW: WES ANDERSON & HUGO GUINNESS/The Grand Budapest Hotel
      CT: ALEJANDRO GONZALES INARRITU & 3 Friends/Birdman
       
      Isn't it something that when The Grand Budapest Hotel was released back in May, it was considered too quirky at that time? Now people have grown to enjoy it. Was Anderson's biggest hit so far.
       
      BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
      WW: GRAHAM MOORE/The Imitation Game
      SW & CT: ANTHONY McCARTEN/The Theory of Everything
       
      BEST ANIMATED FEATURE:
      SW: Big Hero 6
      WW: How To train Your Dragon 2
      CT: Tales Of The Princess Kaguya
       
      Just when you thought The LEGO Movie winning this award was a foregone conclusion, it doesn't even get nominated. Now it looks like Dragon 2 is the best bet but even that's not guaranteed. Kaguya or Big Hero 6 could upset.
       
      BEST ART DIRECTION:
      SW & WW: The Grand Budapest Hotel
      CT: Interstellar
       
      This year's nominees are a good mix of fantasia and time periods. How can you beat a quirky hotel from the 1930's in a quirky movie?
       
      BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY:
      WW: EMMANUEL LUBEDZKI/Birdman
      CT: ROBERT YEOMAN/ The Grand Budapest Hotel
       
      Hey, cinematography that mostly appears to be a single shot of following Riggan and everyone else around looks to be the cinematography of the year.
       
      BEST COSTUME DESIGN:
      SW & WW: MILENA CANONERO/The Grand Budapest Hotel
      CT: COLLEEN ATWOOD/Into The Woods
       
      BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:
      WW: CitizenFour
      CT: Finding Vivian Maier
       
      Another major snub in this category: Life Itself (the Roger Ebert documentary). Looks like it's CitizenFour's to lose.
       
      BEST FILM EDITING:
      SW: TOM CROSS/Whiplash
      WW: SANDRA ADAIR/Boyhood
      CT: BARNEY PILLING/The Grand Budapest Hotel
       
      Winning the Film Editing Oscar does not guarantee a win of Best Picture--Gravity won this category last year--but its nomination is significant. The last time a movie won Best Picture without an editing nomination was Ordinary People back in 1980. Will Birdman be the first since?
       
      BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM:
      WW: Ida (Poland)
      CT: Wild Tales (Argentina)
       
      BEST MAKEUP:
      WW: Guardians Of The Galaxy
      CT: The Grand Budapest Hotel
       
      BEST ORIGINAL SCORE:
      SW: ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/The Grand Budapest Hotel
      WW: ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/The Imitation Game
      CT: JOHAN JOHANNSON/The Theory Of Everything
       
      This looks to finally be Alexandre Desplat's year with his seventh and eighth nominations. However the double-nomination could result in vote-splitting that could make neither a winner. 
       
      BEST ORIGINAL SONG:
      WW: "Glory" – Selma
      SW & CT: "Everything Is Awesome" - The LEGO Movie
       
      Talk about hard luck. 'Everything Is Awesome' is The LEGO Movie's only nomination and 'Glory' is Selma's only nomination outside of Best Picture. I'll never truly understand the Academy. Nevertheless both have the best chances of winning here. I'd give it to 'Glory.'
       
      BEST SOUND MIXING:
      WW: Whiplash
      CT: Birdman
       
      Normally this award would go to something like an action movie, or sci-fi or even animated. Isn't it weird neither of the two favorites fit into any of those categories?
       
      BEST SOUND EDITING:
      WW: Birdman
      CT: Unbroken
       
      BEST VISUAL EFFECTS:
      WW: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes
      SW & CT: Interstellar
       
      Many of you were peeved off that Interstellar was not nominated for Best Picture. Hopefully the Academy can compensate for that by having Interstellar win here.
       
      BEST ANIMATED SHORT:
      WW: Feast
      CT: The Dam Keeper
       
      BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT:
      WW: The Phone Call
      CT: Aya
       
      BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT:
      WW: Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
      CT: White Earth
       
      And there you go. Those are my predictions for these Oscars. Tune in Sunday to see who wins. Also tune in to see if Neil Patrick Harris hits it off as a first-time host.

       

    • March 8, 2015 5:55 PM EDT
    • Riley said:

      Boyhood should have won best pic but then I never seen Birdman, sounds real boring not a movie I would pay to see.

      I agree. I was hoping for Boyhood to win. A conservative entertainment blogger put Birdman in its place when he called it "a movie only an Academy member can love."

    • February 24, 2015 2:16 PM EST
    • Boyhood should have won best pic but then I never seen Birdman, sounds real boring not a movie I would pay to see.

    • February 19, 2015 9:20 PM EST
    • Yes I agree, Boyhod is such a good movie and such and amazing concept made over so many years it should clean up at the Oscars. :)

    • February 19, 2015 8:26 PM EST
    • Did you think I'd let this Oscar season go by without me predicting the winners? Of course not. Here I have my predictions on who I think Should Win (SW) if I feel I can make one, Will Win by the looks of things and the Closest Threat to the winner:
       
      BEST PICTURE:
      SW & WW: Boyhood
      CT: Birdman
       
      This year's big question for Best Picture was 'The Boy or the Bird?' I think Boyhood will triumph although Birdman does look hot on its heals. Remember Birdman did not get an editing nomination which might hurt it.
       
      BEST DIRECTOR:
      SW & WW: RICHARD LINKLATER/Boyhood
      CT: ALEJANDRO GONZALES INARRITU/Birdman
       
      It's been Richard's for the taking mostly but Alejandro won the Guild award. 
       
      BEST ACTOR:
      SW & WW: EDDIE REDMAYNE/The Theory of Everything
      CT: MICHAEL KEATON/Birdman
       
      Playing a person that existed is a big boost in this category. Eight of the fourteen winners of this award in the 21st century have won playing someone who existed. Only Michael Keaton's performance is of a fictional person. I would not be surprised if Eddie won but if Michael won, by the looks of the other categories, this will be the first Oscars since 1997 in which all four acting awards went to performances of fictional people.
       
      BEST ACTRESS:
      SW & WW: JULIANNE MOORE/Still Alice
      CT: REESE WITHERSPOON/Wild
       
      Hollywood may be famous for its blondes but it does have its legendary gingers with Katharine Hepburn, Deborah Kerr, Sissy Spacek and Julianne Moore. Amy Adams may well be on her way to becoming Hollywood's top ginger for now but before she does, give Julianne her Oscar.
       
      BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
      SW & WW: J.K. SIMMONS/Whiplash
      CT: EDWARD NORTON/Birdman
       
      That teacher J.K. Simmons played was quite something. Doesn't he seem more like sports coach to you at times?
       
      BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
      SW & WW: PATRICIA ARQUETTE/Boyhood
      CT: EMMA STONE/Birdman
       
      Sometimes Boyhood makes you wonder is it all about the boy or could it be more about the mother? Kudos for Patricia for being a scene-stealer.
       
      BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
      SW: RICHARD LINKLATER/Boyhood
      WW: WES ANDERSON & HUGO GUINNESS/The Grand Budapest Hotel
      CT: ALEJANDRO GONZALES INARRITU & 3 Friends/Birdman
       
      Isn't it something that when The Grand Budapest Hotel was released back in May, it was considered too quirky at that time? Now people have grown to enjoy it. Was Anderson's biggest hit so far.
       
      BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
      WW: GRAHAM MOORE/The Imitation Game
      SW & CT: ANTHONY McCARTEN/The Theory of Everything
       
      BEST ANIMATED FEATURE:
      SW: Big Hero 6
      WW: How To train Your Dragon 2
      CT: Tales Of The Princess Kaguya
       
      Just when you thought The LEGO Movie winning this award was a foregone conclusion, it doesn't even get nominated. Now it looks like Dragon 2 is the best bet but even that's not guaranteed. Kaguya or Big Hero 6 could upset.
       
      BEST ART DIRECTION:
      SW & WW: The Grand Budapest Hotel
      CT: Interstellar
       
      This year's nominees are a good mix of fantasia and time periods. How can you beat a quirky hotel from the 1930's in a quirky movie?
       
      BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY:
      WW: EMMANUEL LUBEDZKI/Birdman
      CT: ROBERT YEOMAN/ The Grand Budapest Hotel
       
      Hey, cinematography that mostly appears to be a single shot of following Riggan and everyone else around looks to be the cinematography of the year.
       
      BEST COSTUME DESIGN:
      SW & WW: MILENA CANONERO/The Grand Budapest Hotel
      CT: COLLEEN ATWOOD/Into The Woods
       
      BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:
      WW: CitizenFour
      CT: Finding Vivian Maier
       
      Another major snub in this category: Life Itself (the Roger Ebert documentary). Looks like it's CitizenFour's to lose.
       
      BEST FILM EDITING:
      SW: TOM CROSS/Whiplash
      WW: SANDRA ADAIR/Boyhood
      CT: BARNEY PILLING/The Grand Budapest Hotel
       
      Winning the Film Editing Oscar does not guarantee a win of Best Picture--Gravity won this category last year--but its nomination is significant. The last time a movie won Best Picture without an editing nomination was Ordinary People back in 1980. Will Birdman be the first since?
       
      BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM:
      WW: Ida (Poland)
      CT: Wild Tales (Argentina)
       
      BEST MAKEUP:
      WW: Guardians Of The Galaxy
      CT: The Grand Budapest Hotel
       
      BEST ORIGINAL SCORE:
      SW: ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/The Grand Budapest Hotel
      WW: ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/The Imitation Game
      CT: JOHAN JOHANNSON/The Theory Of Everything
       
      This looks to finally be Alexandre Desplat's year with his seventh and eighth nominations. However the double-nomination could result in vote-splitting that could make neither a winner. 
       
      BEST ORIGINAL SONG:
      WW: "Glory" – Selma
      SW & CT: "Everything Is Awesome" - The LEGO Movie
       
      Talk about hard luck. 'Everything Is Awesome' is The LEGO Movie's only nomination and 'Glory' is Selma's only nomination outside of Best Picture. I'll never truly understand the Academy. Nevertheless both have the best chances of winning here. I'd give it to 'Glory.'
       
      BEST SOUND MIXING:
      WW: Whiplash
      CT: Birdman
       
      Normally this award would go to something like an action movie, or sci-fi or even animated. Isn't it weird neither of the two favorites fit into any of those categories?
       
      BEST SOUND EDITING:
      WW: Birdman
      CT: Unbroken
       
      BEST VISUAL EFFECTS:
      WW: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes
      SW & CT: Interstellar
       
      Many of you were peeved off that Interstellar was not nominated for Best Picture. Hopefully the Academy can compensate for that by having Interstellar win here.
       
      BEST ANIMATED SHORT:
      WW: Feast
      CT: The Dam Keeper
       
      BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT:
      WW: The Phone Call
      CT: Aya
       
      BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT:
      WW: Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
      CT: White Earth
       
      And there you go. Those are my predictions for these Oscars. Tune in Sunday to see who wins. Also tune in to see if Neil Patrick Harris hits it off as a first-time host.

    • January 24, 2015 8:43 PM EST
    • How "The Monuments Men" is not up for a Razzie I don't know.

    • January 19, 2015 9:28 PM EST
    • Ninja Turtles was stupid, prefer the old one.

    • January 18, 2015 2:19 PM EST
    • Worst movie I saw was ANNIE, dragged to it by my parents cayse they like the little girl..what a snore fest. I feel a sleep.

    • January 18, 2015 11:52 AM EST
    • I saw Turtles and Transformers, I guess they were ok not the best but hey I just look for action and cool scenes. lol

    • January 24, 2015 2:08 AM EST
    • Will you make pics of winners?

    • January 17, 2015 8:50 PM EST
    • Trevor could not do that job because he would be honest and have it based on the quality of the movie not on who knows who and who owes a favor. :P