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"I didn't even notice the stars at first but that's why I like it. Tag line is clever. I hope Burton gone substance over style (while being stylish) with this one." - Jija

"The art is ugly creepy kitsch... that is, slightly above dogs playing pool and black-velvet Elvis. I have a hard time grasping why we should care who created it..." - Owen

Beauty vs. Beast

 

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AND THE OSCAR GOES TO: MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY for playing "Ron Woodroff" in Dallas Buyers Club

(But that acceptance speech. Yikes.)

Nathaniel's Ballot
Readers Rank (Based on Your Polling Votes): LEONARDO DICAPRIO takes the gold with 35% of the vote and in the close race for Silver CHIWETEL EJIOFOR (27%)  just barely edges out MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY (25%). With the top three that strong with voters there's not much left for BRUCE DERN (9%) or CHRISTIAN BALE  (1%) to pick up. 


AND THE NOMINEES ARE...  Discuss at the blog 

 

Bruce Dern
77 yrs old | 80 films
2nd nomination
NEBRASKA

wins: Los Angeles.NBR
noms:
Globe, BFCA, SAG, Spirit

Chiwetel Ejiofor
36 yrs old | 24 films
FIRST NOMINATION!

12 YEARS A SLAVE

wins: Boston + many critics groups
noms: Globe, BFCA, SAG, Spirit, Gotham

Matthew McConaughey
44 yrs old | 37 films
1st nom | win!

DALLAS BUYERS CLUB

INTERVIEW

wins:   GlobeBFCASAG, 
Gotham + some critics
noms:Spirit

Leonardo DiCaprio
39 yrs old | 27 films
4th nomination
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET 

wins: Globe
noms:-- 

Christian Bale
40 yrs old | 35 films
2nd nomination (1 win)
AMERICAN HUSTLE

wins:--
noms: Globe, BFCA,

 Oscar loves alcoholics (see last  year's booze fest) and he's great in the movie. It's a career topper for a trouper.

Totally moving as a free man kidnapped and sold into slavery. But he will not fall into despair!

Two years of artistic resurgence - playful dubbed "The McConaissance" did it. Plus extreme physical transformation

He seems to have graduated to pride of place in the ever shifting sweepstakes of who the public most wants to call an Oscar winner. 

Bale and his awesome toupee and that pot belly. But he's such a fine actor we hope he quits all the crazy body stuff soon.

In the dread sixth slot? That's surely either Tom Hanks for his best work ever in Captain Phillips or Robert Redford for his solo act in All is Lost. Both looked like sure things not so long ago.