Question of the Week-Oscars

Oscars Nominations for the 84th Academy Awards were announced this morning. Our question is…

Were you surprised by any of the noms? Is your favorite actor/actress/movie missing?

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6 Responses to Question of the Week-Oscars

  1. Melissa Feuchtinger says:

    J. Edgar may not be best picture material, but Leo not getting a nomination is an outrage. Michael Fassbender was robbed as well for Shame. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close wasn’t half as good as Drive, so the latter missing out of the best picture, best actor, and best supporting actor nominations is also pretty upsetting. Overall, I expected more from the Oscars.

  2. Anjali Desai says:

    I’m so happy that Gary Oldman finally got his first oscar nom. Its crazy when you think about the projects he’s been attached to (Batman movies, Fifth Element, Harry Potter) and the amazing performances that he’s given, and his ability to fly under the academy’s radar. I’ve always cited him as one of my favorite actors and its nice to see that he’s been noticed at last.

    Oh and… damn. Nice work, Jonah Hill.

  3. Mitchell Zemil says:

    I get that The Adventures of Tintin’s use of motion-capture isn’t exactly ‘animation’ in the general sense… But I’d still DEFINITELY call it an animated film! So… that should have been nominated.
    But I’m happy that Tree of Life got the nods it deserved, and I’m content with Best Director.
    And the Best Picture list could have cut off sayyyyy 3 films on my mind.

  4. Joseph Ting says:

    Honestly this year in movies did not do much for me. All considered, most of the categories are pretty predictable as far as nominees and winners. Although I must say, despite me being a bit anti-Clooney, his performance in The Descendants was awe-inspiring.

  5. TJ Fallon says:

    The only good about Hugo were the cool special effects and nice cinematography… it doesn’t deserve Best Picture. Michelle Williams was absolutely phenomenal as Marilyn Monroe, and (even though I didn’t see any of the other movies in that category) she deserves an Oscar for it. But the best of all is Kung Fu Panda 2. CRAZY GOOD and INSPIRING.

  6. Mike Sullivan says:

    Im actually not too suprised by the nominations, Money Ball was a fantastic movie, and i think it deserves to win although i dont think that it should be Brad Pitt for best actor in a leading role. I think that Rooney Mara deserves it as she was really good in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

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