Scenic Sundays 24: My Oscars Predictions 2015

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Last year all my movie viewing paid off. At the local movie theatre I correctly selected 20 out of 24 of the winners for the night correctly. At work, I won the office pool as well. I was lucky last year. Will my luck hold out for my Oscars predictions this year?

“Hello gorgeous.” Barbra Streisand upon winning the Oscar in 1969 for her role in Funny Girl.
My 2014 Oscars Winnings, Oscars Predictions 2015

Taken March 2, 2014 using my iPhone 4s.

My Oscars Predictions 2015

  • Best Picture: Boyhood
  • Best Director: Alehandro G. Inarritu
  • Best Actress: Julianne Moore
  • Best Actor: Michael Keaton
  • Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette
  • Best Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons
  • Original Screenplay: The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • Adapted Screenplay: The Imitation Game
  • Film Editing: Boyhood
  • Cinematography: Birdman
  • Production Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • Costume Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • Makeup: Foxcatcher
  • Visual Effects: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. (Did anyone else notice that all the nominees in this category are either science fiction and/or fantasy flicks?)
  • Sound Editing: American Sniper
  • Sound Mixing: Whiplash
  • Original Score: The Theory of Everything
  • Original Song: “Glory”
  • Foreign Film: Ida
  • Animated Feature: Big Hero 6
  • Animated Short: Feast
  • Documentary Feature: Citzenfour
  • Documentary Short: Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
  • Live Action Short: Boogaloo and Graham

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4 responses to “Scenic Sundays 24: My Oscars Predictions 2015

    • 16 out of 24 right this year, Sharon. So not as good as last year!

      I was floored by Lady Gaga’s performance. How about you?

      Terri M., the Director
      Second Run Reviews

  1. Michelle

    You did pretty good this year too! I didn’t get to watch the Oscars, it was on the same time as Walking Dead…lol.

    • I skipped Downton Abbey last week to watch the Oscars. It’s been fun the last couple of years to go to the local movie theatre and watch with a bunch of other movie fans!

      Terri M., the Director
      Second Run Reviews