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    • February 27, 2021 5:56 PM EST
    • Don't the Oscars usually happen around this time? Mind you 2020 was a very abnormal year, especially for the cinemas. When was the last time you saw a film in a theatre? Before the pandemic, I'll bet. Whatever the situation, film has been kept alive with streaming services and cinemas giving limited admissions. That means the film awards season is still happening and so will the Golden Globes.


      Once again, I have my predictions in the film categories and I marked who I think will win with a * and who I think the most likely upsetter will be with a + so without further ado, here are my picks:


      Best Picture - Drama
      The Father
      +Promising Young Woman+
      The Trial of the Chicago 7


      Best Picture - Musical or Comedy
      *Borat Subsequent Moviefilm*
      +Palm Springs+
      The Prom


      Best Director
      +EMERALD FENNELL/Promising Young Woman+
      REGINA KING/One Night in Miami
      AARON SORKIN/The Trial of the Chicago 7
      *CHLOE ZHAO/Nomadland*


      Best Actor - Drama
      +RIZ AHMED/The Sound of Metal+
      *CHADWICK BOSEMAN/Ma Rainey's Black Bottom*
      ANTHONY HOPKINS/The Father
      GARY OLDMAN/Mank
      TAHAR RAHIM/The Mauritanian


      Best Actor - Musical or Comedy
      *SACHA BARON COHEN/Borat Subsequent Moviefilm*
      JAMES CORDEN/The Prom
      +DEV PATEL/The Personal History of David Copperfield+
      ANDY SAMBERG/Palm Springs


      Best Actress - Drama
      VIOLA DAVIS/Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
      ANDRA DAY/The United States vs. Billie Holiday
      VANESSA KIRBY/Pieces of a Woman
      +FRANCES McDORMAND/Nomadland+
      *CAREY MULLIGAN/Promising Young Woman*


      Best Actress - Musical or Comedy
      *MARIA BAKALOVA/Borat Subsequent Moviefilm*
      KATE HUDSON/Music
      ROSAMUND PIKE/I Care A Lot
      +ANYA TAYLOR-JOY/Emma+


      Best Supporting Actor
      *SACHA BARON COHEN/The Trial of the Chicago 7*
      DANIEL KALUUYA/Judas and the Black Messiah
      JARED LETO/The Little Things
      BILL MURRAY/On the Rocks
      +LESLIE ODOM, JR./One Night in Miami+


      Best Supporting Actress
      *GLENN CLOSE/Hillbilly Elegy*
      OLIVIA COLMAN/The Father
      JODIE FOSTER/The Mauritanian
      HELENA ZENGEL/News of the World


      Best Screenplay
      *EMERALD FENNELL/Promising Young Woman*
      AARON SORKIN/The Trial of the Chicago 7
      +CHLOE ZHAO/Nomadland+


      Best Animated Feature
      The Croods: A New Age
      Over the Moon


      Best Foreign Language Feature
      +Another Round – Denmark+
      La Llorona - Guatamala/France
      The Life Ahead - Italy
      *Minari – USA*
      Two of Us - France/USA


      Best Original Score
      +ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/The Midnight Sky+
      JAMES NEWTON HOWARD/News of the World


      Best Original Song -- Motion Picture
      "Fight for You" - Judas and the Black Messiah
      +"Hear My Voice" - The Trial of the Chicago 7+
      "Io Si (Seen)" - The Life Ahead
      *"Speak Now" - One Night in Miami*
      "Tigers & Tweed" - The United States vs. Billie Holiday


      And there you have it! Those are my predictions for the film awards of tomorrow's Golden Globes. Stay tuned tomorrow to see who wins, how Amy and Tina hosts, and which ones accept in person or via Zoom!

    • January 31, 2021 10:49 AM EST
    • Very little fault can be found but I would have "The Dark Knight" and "1917" on my list.

    • January 30, 2021 11:49 AM EST
    • Nice information but funny how few of those I bothered to watch, not many geared to teens.

    • January 12, 2021 9:25 AM EST
    • All brilliant movies on your list and I can't have an argument against any, however, for 2003 my choice is "Monster" and also I would go with Dark Knight over Slumdog but barely.

    • January 9, 2021 6:36 PM EST
    • Interesting video and choices and also your list and like others here I saw very few, Grouching Tiger, Zero Dark Thirty, Slumdog, Lord of the Rings, Mad Max.

    • January 8, 2021 1:14 PM EST
    • I wonder why top movies are almost always not the best crowd-pleasing movies but some drama or artsy thing only crowd-pleasing there is Zero Dark Thirty, Mad Max, and Lord of the Rings.

    • January 7, 2021 1:48 PM EST
    • Zero Dark THirty and Mad Max rocked and don't even mention The Dark Knight, just awesome.

    • January 7, 2021 11:36 AM EST
    • The best movie in that whole time 2000/20 is The Dark Knight. :)

    • January 6, 2021 4:26 PM EST
    • The only of those movies I have seen or wanted to see were Lord of the Rings, Zero Dark Thirty, and Mad Max the rest are for movie buffs I just want to be entertained.

    • January 5, 2021 8:42 PM EST
    • A very good video, and though I am a teen I have seen most, your list is cool but what I focused on right away is your 2008, Slumdog over Dark Knight but I guess it is a matter of taste and Slumdog is a good movie but Dark Knight rocks.

    • January 5, 2021 8:25 PM EST
    • I know I used to publish my Top 10 Movie lists annually on TSO. I have kind-of slaced off over time. In the meantime, here's my top for each year:

      • 2000: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
      • 2001: Lord of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring
      • 2002: The Pianist
      • 2003: Mystic River
      • 2004: Million Dollar Baby
      • 2005: Brokeback Mountain
      • 2006: The Departed
      • 2007: No Country For Old Men
      • 2008: Slumdog Millionaire
      • 2009: Precious
      • 2010: The Social Network
      • 2011: Hugo
      • 2012: Zero Dark Thirty
      • 2013: Gravity
      • 2014: Boyhood
      • 2015: Mad Max: Fury Road
      • 2016: Moonlight
      • 2017: The Shape Of Water
      • 2018: Roma
      • 2019: Parasite
      • 2020: TBD

      Some of you who've read my lists over the years may notice different favorites from the time I posted. Don't forget tastes change and afterthoughts remind you of things you missed the first time.

    • January 5, 2021 8:23 PM EST
    • Some of you have liked the WatchMojo lists I post here. A lot of them you'll find yourself agreeing with. Some you won't. They just created a list of the Top 21 Movies for each year of the 21st Century. Do you agree with them? Here's the list:


    • October 15, 2020 9:00 PM EDT
    • Interesting, this might not be a pick of many but my choice is "Kubo And The Two Strings" this is without a doubt to IMHO an amazing work of animated achievement in cinematic history.

    • April 1, 2020 8:43 PM EDT
    • I have a soft spot for Isle of Dogs as a Dog lover supreme. :)

    • March 31, 2020 1:15 PM EDT
    • All on the list are awesome, I love animated movies.

    • March 27, 2020 9:21 PM EDT
    • That is an awesome choice I also liked "Coco" and we all liked "Frozen" I would assume.
      Sweet_Chick said:

      So many of them I love it is hard to pick one but if I had to I would say "Coco".


    • March 24, 2020 5:04 PM EDT
    • So many of them I love it is hard to pick one but if I had to I would say "Coco".

    • March 22, 2020 8:43 PM EDT
    • I love them all, I am a big fan of these animated movies and especially from Pixar.

    • March 18, 2020 9:19 AM EDT
    • Rango, that was my favorite and is my all-time fav animated movie. :)

    • February 29, 2020 9:55 PM EST
    • I love them all, I love animated movies. :)

    • February 29, 2020 8:48 PM EST
    • I love The Secret Life of Pets. cx

    • February 29, 2020 8:34 PM EST
    • As for me, I can't decide what the best animated film of the past decade is. I will say that the best year for animated films this past decade was 2016. That year was full of top-notch animated films like Zootopia, Finding Dory, Moana, Secret Life Of Pets, Kubo And The Two Strings, you could not be disappointed that year!

    • February 29, 2020 8:33 PM EST
    • One thing about this board is the biggest movie talk here has been about animated movies. WatchMojo did a summery of the best of the past decade and made an interesting Top 20. Feel free to debate it all you want.

    • February 15, 2020 9:48 AM EST
    • I like your picks better, I am a bit annoyed that Parasite won big with Picture and Director my choices were different but that being said it is a very good film. I just thought 1917 was so extraordinary it deserved it.

    • February 9, 2020 11:33 PM EST
    • Excellent job with the picks, I left a comment over at FTS but I will add so far you were right on with many, just waiting for the big one in the best film, a bit of surprise with the best director but you said it was possible.