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^ Especially now because the Academy seems to be making an even more concerted effort to appeal to the ~*masses IMO (and not that anything's wrong with that, per se).

I've been kind of lazy and not going out to see many of the contenders (yet), but I'll be really disappointed if Jared Leto doesn't get it for playing Rayon. He just broke my heart.

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I'm hoping "Rush" will get several nominations. I loved that movie

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^ Not to be overly cynical, but she'll probably get a nomination because of the amount of money the film has made - the Oscars, in particular, seem to be driven by money and political campaigning.
Not that it won't play a part, but it won't be the only reason. For some unexplainable reason, critics have decided that Gravity is the second coming and Sandra gave a tour de force performance. I wouldn't even be surprised if she gets a critics awards here and there.

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^ yeah I guess - strange.

Apparently they are giving Woody Allen the life-time achievement, Cecil B DeMille, award at the Golden Globes, but I don't think he's going to attend, in keeping with his usual avoidance of all types of awards/accolades.

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The bastard step-child of the awards season: Satellite Awards, fka Golden Satellite Awards.

Motion Picture
12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
All Is Lost (Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions)
American Hustle (Sony)
Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics)
Captain Phillips (Sony)
Gravity (Warner Bros.)
Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films)
Philomena (The Weinstein Company)
Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)
The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)

Director
Woody Allen Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics)
Ethan Coen, Joel Coen Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films)
Alfonso Cuaron Gravity (Warner Bros.)
Paul Greengrass Captain Phillips (Sony)
Ron Howard Rush (Universal)
Steve McQueen 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
David O. Russell American Hustle (Sony)
Martin Scorsese The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)

Actor in a Motion Picture
Christian Bale – American Hustle (Sony)
Bruce Dern – Nebraska (Paramount)
Leonardo DiCaprio – The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)
Chiwetel Ejiofor – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Tom Hanks – Captain Phillips (Sony)
Matthew McConaughey – Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features)
Robert Redford – All Is Lost (Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions)
Forest Whitaker – Lee Daniels’ The Butler (The Weinstein Company)

Actress in a Motion Picture
Amy Adams – American Hustle (Sony)
Cate Blanchett – Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics)
Sandra Bullock – Gravity (Warner Bros.)
Judi Dench – Philomena (The Weinstein Company)
Adèle Exarchopoulos – Blue Is the Warmest Color (Sundance)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Enough Said (Fox Searchlight)
Meryl Streep – August: Osage County (The Weinstein Company)
Emma Thompson – Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)

Actor in a Supporting Role
Bradley Cooper – American Hustle (Sony)
Michael Fassbender – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Harrison Ford – 42 (Warner Bros.)
Ryan Gosling – The Place Beyond the Pines (Focus Features)
Jake Gyllenhaal – Prisoners (Warner Bros.)
Tom Hanks – Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)
Casey Affleck – Out of the Furnace (Relativity Media)
Jared Leto – Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features)

Actress in a Supporting Role
Sally Hawkins – Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics)
Jennifer Lawrence – American Hustle (Sony)
Lupita Nyong’o – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Julia Roberts – August: Osage County (The Weinstein Company)
Léa Seydoux – Blue Is the Warmest Color (Sundance)
June Squibb – Nebraska (Paramount)
Emily Watson – The Book Thief (20th Century Fox)
Oprah Winfrey – Lee Daniels’ The Butler (The Weinstein Company)

Motion Picture, International Film
Bethlehem, Israel
Blue Is the Warmest Color, France
The Broken Circle Breakdown, Belgium
Circles, Serbia
Four Corners, South Africa
The Great Beauty, Italy
The Hunt, Denmark
Metro Manila, United Kingdom
The Past, Iran
Wadjda, Saudia Arabia

Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 (Sony)
The Croods (DreamWorks)
Epic (20th Century Fox)
Ernest & Celestine (GKIDS)
Frozen (Disney)
Monsters University (Disney-Pixar)
Turbo (DreamWorks)
The Wind Rises (Studio Ghibli)

Motion Picture, Documentary
20 Feet from Stardom (Radius-TWC)
The Act of Killing (Drafthouse Films)
After Tiller (Oscilloscope)
American Promise (Rada Film Group)
Blackfish (Magnolia Pictures)
Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie (Ironbound Films)
Sound City (Roswell Films)
The Square (City Drive Entertainment Group)
Stories We Tell (Roadside Attractions)
Tim’s Vermeer (Sony Pictures Classics)

Screenplay, Original
David O. Russell, Eric Singer – American Hustle (Sony)
Woody Allen – Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics)
Nicole Holofcener – Enough Said (Fox Searchlight)
Spike Jonze – Her (Warner Bros.)
Ethan Coen, Joel Coen – Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films)
Kelly Mareel, Sue Smith – Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)

Screenplay, Adapted
John Ridley – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, Richard Linklater – Before Midnight (Sony Pictures Classics)
Billy Ray – Captain Phillips (Sony)
Peter Berg – Lone Survivor (Universal)
Steve Coogan, Jeff Pope – Philomena (The Weinstein Company)
Terence Winter – The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)

Original Score
Hans Zimmer – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
John Williams – The Book Thief (20th Century Fox)
Steven Price – Gravity (Warner Bros.)
Arcade Fire – Her (Warner Bros.)
Alexandre Desplat – Philomena (The Weinstein Company)
Theodore Shapiro – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (20th Century Fox)

Original Song

Happy, Despicable Me 2 (Universal)
Let It Go, Frozen (Disney)
Young and Beautiful, The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros.)
I See Fire, The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (Warner Bros)
Please Mr. Kennedy, Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films)
So You Know What It’s Like, Short Term 12 (Cinedigm)

Cinematography
Sean Bobbitt 12 – Years A Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Emmanuel Lubezki – Gravity (Warner Bros.)
Bruno Delbonnel – Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films)
Roger Deakins – Prisoners (Warner Bros.)
Anthony Dod Mantle - Rush (Universal)
Stuart Dryburgh – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (20th Century Fox)

Visual Effects
Robert Munroe, Colin Davies, Brendon O’Dell – All Is Lost (Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions)
Markus Manninen, Matt Baer – The Croods (DreamWorks)
Tim Webber, Charles Howell, Chris Lawrence – Gravity (Warner Bros.)
Scott Stokdyk, Troy Saliba, James Schwalm – Oz the Great and Powerful (Disney)
Jody Johnson, Mark Hodgkins, Antoine Moulineau – Rush (Universal)
Scott Farrar, Andrew R. Jones, Jessica Norman, and Matt Johnson – World War Z (Paramount)

Film Editing
Joe Walker – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers – American Hustle
Alfonso Cuaron, Mark Sanger – Gravity (Warner Bros)
Joel Cox, Gary D. Roach – Prisoners (Warner Bros.)
Daniel P. Hanley, Mike Hill – Rush (Universal)
Thelma Schoonmaker – The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)

Sound (Editing and Mixing)
Steve Boeddeker, Richard Hymns, Brandon Proctor – All Is Lost (Lionsgate)
Oliver Tarney, Chris Burdon, Mark Taylor – Captain Phillips (Sony)
Craig Berkey, Dave Whitehead, David Husby, and Christopher Scarabosio – Elysium (Sony)
Glenn Freemantle, Niv Adiri, Skip Lievsey – Gravity (Warner Bros)
Skip Lievsay, Paul Urmson, Igor Nikolic – Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films)
Danny Hambrook, Frank Kruse, Markus Stemler – Rush (Universal)

Art Direction & Production Design
Catherine Martin, Beverly Dunn – The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros.)
Maria Djurkovic, Tatiana Macdonald – The Invisible Woman (Sony Pictures Classics)
Tim Galvin, Diane Lederman – Lee Daniels’ The Butler (The Weinstein Company)
Robert Stromberg, Nancy Haigh – Oz the Great and Powerful (Disney)
Mark Digby, Patrick Rolfe – Rush (Universal)
Michael Corenblith, Lauren E. Polizzi – Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)

Costume Design
Patricia Norris – 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
Catherine Martin – The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros.)
Michael O’Connor – The Invisible Woman (Sony Pictures Classics)
Gary Jones – Oz the Great and Powerful (Disney)
Julian Day – Rush (Universal)
Daniel Orlandi – Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)

TALLY
12 Years a Slave - 10
American Hustle - 8
Gravity - 8
Rush - 7
Inside Llewyn Davis - 6
Saving Mr. Banks - 6
Blue Jasmine - 5
Captain Phillips - 5
The Wolf of Wall Street -5
All is Lost - 4
Philomena - 4
Blue is the Warmest Color - 3
The Great Gatsby -3
Lee Daniels' The Butler - 3
Prisoners - 3
August: Osage County - 2
The Book Thief - 2
The Croods - 2
Despicable Me 2 - 2
Dallas Buyers Club - 2
Enough Said - 2
Frozen - 2
Her - 2
The Invisible Woman - 2
Nebraska -2
Oz the Great and Powerful - 2

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The first biggie of the season - New York Film Critics Circle - should start announcing their winners in the next couple hours. I'll try my best to make some educated predictions. I'm playing it really safe

Picture - It's 12 Years a Slave's to lose. Looking back, they seem to go for socially important movies and 12YAS is one of the most acclaimed movies of the year. In the event that it somehow doesn't win, I could see The Wolf of Wall Street winning. It's topical, it's New York, and they haven't awarded the big prize to a Scorsese film since Goodfellas.

Director - think it's between Alfonso Cuaron for Gravity and Steve McQueen for 12 Years a Slave. Neither would surprise me, but I guess I'd go with Cuaron simply because both are really acclaimed and these groups like to spread the wealth, Gravity made a ton of money, and it's seen as more of a 'director's achievement.' With that said, can't entirely count out something quirky, like Spike Jonze for Her.

Actor - They don't shy away from those Oscar frontrunners, so I'm going with Chiwetel Ejiofor for 12 Years a Slave. However, they also like their stars (George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks), and therefore, I can see Robert Redford pulling off a win here for All is Lost. Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club is not a bad option either, but he just won last year, and he's no pet like Meryl Streep or Daniel Day Lewis.

Actress - Of the critics who didn't care for Blue Jasmine, a few came from New York, but I'm going with Cate Blanchett to prevail here anyway. She's never won here and it's probably the most acclaimed performance of the year. But then, she's never won here before. Do they not like her? Not sure who would be the alternative here. They don't really go for foreign language films, so Adele is probably out. I cannot see Sandra winning. Maybe Judi Dench for Philomena?

Supporting Actor - They seem to like villains in this category, so I'm going with Michael Fassbender for 12 Years a Slave. Jared Leto for Dallas Buyers Club is the obvious alternative. Additionally, I wouldn't be totally surprised to see Jonah Hill for The Wolf of Wall Street pop up.

Supporting Actress - Since I don't want to predict 12 Years a Slave to win 4 major categories, I'm gonna go with June Squidd for Nebraska. Lupita Nyngno for 12 Years a Slave wouldn't' surprise me one bit though, especially if Actor and/or Supporting Actor don't go for this movie.

Screenplay - Before Midnight seems like the obvious choice. It could be a way to reward the whole trilogy. Her is a possibility. As is Nebraska.

Foreign Film - Blue is the Warmest Color seems the one to beat. I'd love to see The Hunt take it, but its social issue is not something these people care about. Wadjda, however, is just the type of social justice movie they would love.

Animated Film - Frozen. Or The Wind Also Rises.

Cinematography - Gravity.

First Film - Fruitville Station. Or Short Term 12.

Non-Fiction Film - The Act of Killing. Or Stories We Tell.

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Sigh...I'd love to see The Hunt get some more award love too; to me the overall question of "innocent until proven guilty" or the flip-side of witch-hunts is still a highly relevant social justice issue today - perhaps even with regards to international issues/wars.

And not to beat a dead horse, but I just don't get why Frances Ha isn't getting more votes/attention; it's so rare to see a film about platonic female friendship.

I guess awards always go for the heavy drama first. I still think Bill Murray should've won the Oscar (for Lost in Translation) over Sean Penn in Mystic River. Sean was more deserving for Milk, imo.

Actually here's a good little article asking awards critics and voters to "think outside the box"

http://www.goldderby.com/news/5050/n...-39184726.html

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New York Film Critics Circle Awards

Best Actress
Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Best Director
Steve McQueen, 12 Years A Slave

Best Supporting Actress
Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

Best Foreign Language Film
Blue Is The Warmest Color

Best Supporting Actor
Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Animated Film
The Wind Rises

Best Screenplay
American Hustle

Special Award
Frederick Wiseman

Best Cinematography
Bruno Delbonnel, Inside Llewyn Davis

Best First Film
Fruitvale Station

Best Non-fiction Film (Documentary)
Stories We Tell
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Oh well - I love Sarah Polley anyhow, so congrats to her and all the other winners. (Though I am tiring of Jennifer Lawrence, ha ha )

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American Hustle did WAY better than I think anyone expected. I obviously thought it would be shut out, but to win three major categories is huge. Especially as it was seen as having lost is frontrunner status after somewhat tepid early response. I've not seen it, but I'm happy about its wins if only because it shakes up the race a little bit. Everyone was sort of expecting for 12YAS to dominate the season. At the very least, many thought it'd be a two-horse race with Gravity. Then, BAM! Speaking of Gravity though, it probably was the biggest loser today. No way it should've lost Cinematography.

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Really don't get the buzz about Jlaw performance in American Hustle or the film itself to be honest. All the previews have seen so far have been weak compared to other contenders. Before Midnight should've gotten best screenplay IMO.
As for Jennifer, I've only seen one clip but it really felt like she was too young to be convincing in this part. The whole thing looked almost like a drag, maybe the full film will prove me wrong.

However I'm happy for the rest of the winners. I'm dying to see 12 Years and I'm glad Steve McQueen is finally getting the recognition he deserves. It really feels like it might be Cate Blanchett year ( AT LAST !), I couldn't be happier. And not just because we know she'll deliver an incredible award season stylewise. Jared Leto is so captivating in all the DBC previews I've seen so this award just confirms he is more than a lock for the Oscars now.
I'm not sure if Blue is The Warmest Color will be in every awards list this season but I'm glad they gave it the Best Foreign Film Award. Definitely one of the most challenging, beautiful and unique films I've seen this year.

Now I can't wait to see who got best actor awards and the National Board of Reviews winners. God I love this time of the year

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New York Film Critics Circle Awards

Best Actress
Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Best Director
Steve McQueen, 12 Years A Slave

Best Supporting Actress
Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

Best Foreign Language Film
Blue Is The Warmest Color

Best Supporting Actor
Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Animated Film
The Wind Rises

Best Screenplay
American Hustle

Special Award
Frederick Wiseman

Best Cinematography
Bruno Delbonnel, Inside Llewyn Davis

Best First Film
Fruitvale Station

Best Non-fiction Film (Documentary)
Stories We Tell

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Best Picture: American Hustle
Best Actor: Robert Redford, All Is Lost

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Diane Keaton to accept Cecil B. DeMille Award on Woody Allen's behalf at Golden Globes

Woody Allen has never been one for awards shows, or Los Angeles for that matter. When the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their plans to honor the prolific filmmaker with the 2014 Cecil B. DeMille Award at this year’s Golden Globes ceremony, the big question was whether or not Allen would turn out to accept it.

In a move that’s perfectly suited for his and co-star Diane Keaton’s Annie Hall alter egos, Keaton has agreed to accept the Award at the 71st Golden Globes on behalf of her onetime partner, and longtime friend, director, and co-star, EW confirmed Tuesday. Annie always liked Los Angeles more than Alvy after all.

Despite a combined 36 Golden Globe and Oscar nominations and six wins over the years, Allen has only once turned out for one awards show — the Academy Awards in 2002 to introduce a tribute to New York in the movies.

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Another biggie today - though generally less respected than New York Film Critics - is the National Board of Review. Here are my thoughts on what we should see later today when they announce their winners. They are far more unpredictable than most groups.

Picture - They love Warner Bros movies. For that and other reasons, the consensus prediction seems to be Gravity. I'm going to go against that a little bit and pick 12 Years a Slave. Looking back, they seem to like 'actory' movies, usually with large ensembles and even better that it's a period piece. After its incredible showing yesterday, American Hustle would make sense too. Keep in mind, since 2000 they only picked the eventual Best Picture twice (No Country for Old Men and Slumdog Millionaire), so something more out of left field wouldn't surprise me.

Top Ten Films
American Hustle
August: Osage County
The Butler
Captain Phillips
Gravity
Nebraska
Prisoners
Rush
Saving Mr. Banks
The Wolf of Wall Street

Director - They used to almost always give Picture and Director to different movies, but they've gone to the same movies the last three years. Additionally, lots of times, their Director winner doesn't end up an Oscar nominee. Hard to tell what they'll do this year. I'll play it safe and go with Alfonso Cuaron for Gravity (again), but obviously Steve McQueen for 12 Years a Slave is the obvious alternative. For some reason I'm really feeling David O. Russell for American Hustle too.

Actor - Let's go with Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club (and Mud?) here. Had Robert Redford not won yesterday, I might have gone with him for All is Lost who's still my alternative. Chiwetel Ejiofor for 12 Years a Slave is also possible.

Actress - This is Sandra Bullock's best chance to win a 'critics' awards for Gravity. If Cate Blanchett wins for Blue Jasmine again, she's truly unstoppable. Honestly though, I can also see Amy Adams winning for American Hustle and Emma Thompson for Saving Mr. Banks.

Supporting Actor - They love their gay characters in this category so Jared Leto for Dallas Buyers Club it is. Michael Fassbender for 12 Years a Slave is my alternative. Wouldn't totally surprise me if they show their true color of star-whoring and pick George Clooney for Gravity, Bradley Cooper for American Hustle or Tom Hanks for Saving Mr. Banks.

Supporting Actor - Each of Alexander Payne's last three movies had at least one acting winner here, so I'm going with June Squibb for Nebraska. Since Jennifer Lawrence seems to do no wrong these days, maybe they'll go with her for American Hustle. Would love to see them pick Melissa Leo for Prisoners.

Ensemble - August: Osage County is big, loud and full of stars. How will they resist? If they don't award American Hustle anywhere, this could be a good opportunity. Watch out for something like Prisoners too.

Original Screenplay - Enough Said. Alt: Nebraska

Adapted Screenplay - Before Midnight. Alt: Philomena

Foreign Film - Blue is the Warmest Color. Alt: The Hunt

Animated Film - Frozen. Alt: The Wind Rises

Breakthrough Actor - Michael B. Jordan, Fruitville Station. Alt: Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave.

Breakthrough Actress - Brie Larson, Short Term 12. Alt: Lupita Nyongo, 12 Years a Slave

Directorial Debut - Ryan Coogler, Fruitville Station. Alt: Joseph Gordon Lewitt, Don Jon.

I'm all over the place and I'd be surprised if I got like two of these right.

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BTW, here are the detailed results from New York Film Critics Awards.

Picture (decided on the 6th ballot)
1. American Hustle - 14
2. 12 Years a Slave - 12

Director (decided on the 4th ballot)
1. Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave - 47
2. David O. Russell, American Hustle - 32
3. Spike Jonze, Her - 31

Actor (decided on the 2nd ballot)
1. Robert Redford, All is Lost - 44
2. Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave - 27
2. Oscar Isaac, Inside Llewyn Davis - 27

Actress (decided on the 3rd ballot)
1. Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine - 47
2. Amy Adams, American Hustle - 40
3. Adele Exarchopoulos, Blue is the Warmest Color - 34

Supporting Actor (decided on the 2nd ballot)
1 Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club - 49
2. Michael Fassbender, 12 Years a Slave - 24
2. James Franco, Spring Breakers - 24

Supporting Actress (decided on the 3rd ballot)
1. Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle - 40
2. Lupita Nyngo, 12 Years a Slave - 39
3. June Squibb, Nebraska - 27

Animated Film (decided on the 2nd ballot)
1. The Wind Rises - 52
2. Frozen - 33
3. Monsters University - 15

Foreign Film (decided on the 3rd ballot)
1. Blue is the Warmest Color - 40
2. The Past - 32
3. The Great Beauty - 20

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