Top 10 Oscar Predictions for 2018The Oscar nominees of 2018 have been announced. I took a look at them and spent some time thinking about them. So here are some predictions as to what’s possibly going to win in the categories.
The Top Ten
I’m pretty sure I’m wrong, but this does seem like the kind of movie that would win Best Picture. I personally would go with Get Out, but I’d be lying if I said the Shape of Water didn’t also deserve it. I really love this movie. It has beautiful visuals, a very strong story, the acting is brilliant. I honestly had low expectations for it. So I was very surprised. The relationship between Sally Hawkins and the amphibian creature felt very real. It actually looked like they had a real connection. It’s especially perfect since neither of them can talk and have to communicate through sign language. Even the background music is really good. Everything about the movie is really great and it definitely deserves to win Best Picture. It probably will, but then again, it’s really hard to tell. Most of the movies that got nominated deserve it. Except Dunkirk. As much as I love that movie. I feel like the two movies that have the highest chance are this and Three ...more
With the plagiarism allegation,it's unlikely.
Now I'm starting to think Three Billboards should win despite the bummer ending.
Well,it actually won.
The movie was great, but funny at the same time. It’s like true love, but to the extreme. by the way, Sally Hawkins’s performance was amazing.
Coco's got the Oscar hands down. We can complain about all the snubs that took place in this category this year, but Pixar's newest classic that pays tribute to the culture of Mexico and its Day of the Dead traditions all while crafting a coherent and touching story about family and dreams is arguably the most deserving of the Oscar win for Best Animated Feature.
Well, this one and not the Boss Baby. I would need to be sent to a therapist if Boss Baby one. But honestly, Loving Vincent kind of deserved it, because Coco wasn't made for 65,000 paintings.
Am I the only 1 that thinks the Oscars are rigged? Like Disney/Pixar win best animated movie 90% of the time. Foreign studios only won twice Aardman (UK) with Wallace and gromit in 2005 and Ghibli (Japan) with Spirited away in 2002.
There's not a single doubt in my mind. Coco was a shimmer of light in the mediocre year for animated movies that was 2017. Just look at the other nominees.
He definitely should win, I think that his acting in this movie is as good as daniel day lewis's acting in phantom thread but daniel has enough oscars already. This man should have won an oscar already
I have seen this movie.
Oldman WILL win.
No question about it.
Gary Oldman is obviously gonna win since he’s won other awards. It shouldn’t be a surprise at this point. I haven’t seen Darkest Hour, but from the clips I’ve seen he definitely gives a great performance. If there was an actor who I’d say would give him some competition, it would be James Franco. But unfortunately, he didn’t get nominated. That’s a shame because I feel like he deserved to be. I know about the allegations, but he was still very great in the Disaster Artist. It won’t surprise me if Gary Oldman gets the Oscar. And I’m pretty sure he will.
No doubt...He will!
I don't think he will. All the other actors in the category gave a more memorable performance.
His last role for his career I really hope he wins -JJP
Oldman will win.
I'm sorry but even Meryl Streep couldn't beat the incredible performance by Frances McDormand
In the past though they manage to give to her so its not all out the books every time she is nominated it seems like.
Why isn't this number 1? Of course Meryl Streep will win another Oscar
She is not going to win. Saoirse or Frances will.
War for the Planet of the Apes and Blade Runner 2049 are the only movies nominated in this category that actually deserve it. Obviously I want Blade Runner to win. But I feel like Planet of the Apes will actually be the one to win. Pretty much for the same reason why Jungle Book won last year. Realism. The characters and effects look very real. Of the movies nominated, this one does a better job at making things look real. It actually looks like real apes are roaming around. I have no idea why Kong: Skull Island was nominated. The visual effects in that movie were awful. As much as I want Blade Runner to win, Apes is more likely.
I used to be so obsessed with this movie when it came out
She should win, but I have a gut feeling Meryl is gonna strip it away #metoomovement wins again.
Not having seen this movie, I don’t know if Frances McDormand is the actress who I think should get the Oscar. But she won a Golden Globe. So I’m pretty sure she’ll win this one. Personally, if I were to choose, I’d go with Sally Hawkins. Just because she gave excellent emotion throughout the Shape of Water. She didn’t have any spoken dialogue, but she didn’t need any. We were able to see her emotions just from her expressions. We knew how she felt. I’ve only seen two movies that had Sally Hawkins in them. Shape of Water and Paddington. I haven’t seen Paddington 2 yet by the way. She was great in both of those movies. Shape of Water was easily her best performance that I’ve seen. I’m sure Frances McDormand gave an excellent performance as well, but I don’t know since I haven’t seen the movie. It’s pretty obvious that she’s gonna win, though.
The academy is smart. They usually go for songs that have a great meaning behind them. Which is why City of Stars won last year. This year, I feel like Remember Me will win the Oscar and I think it should win. I listened to the other songs that were nominated. Not much of a fan. The best thing about the Greatest Showman was the soundtrack. I hated that movie, but I only hated one of the songs. And ironically, that song was the one that got nominated. This is Me has a great message, but it wasn’t used well enough in the movie. Plus, it’s sung by very underdeveloped characters. Which makes it less impactful. As for Remember Me, the message is much stronger because it played a large role in the movie it came from. It has a lot more emotion to it. I legit cried at the end because of this song. I find it funny that a lot of people want this to win. I thought you guys hated these songwriters. The only two songs that have a chance of winning in this category are Remember Me and This is ...more
I really hope this wins. The song they nominated for The Greatest Showman wasn't even that amazing. They could have nominated a way better song from that movie (because some of them were great). So I hope Coco gets this one because it's amazing!
I hope Kristen and Bobby Lopez write the songs for Disney musicals for many years to come. I'm hoping that they can become the studio's next Alan Menken.
Funny how the song is literally by "Miguel"
Totally should win, but since James Franco got caught up with sexual allegations, the chances are bleak.
Thanks to #MeToo, it won't happen
This one SHOULD win and probably WILL win! Or I could be completely wrong. I had a hard time deciding this category. All of these films had excellent cinematography, but Blade Runner’s cinematography was absolutely phenomenal. This is some great movie making right here. Every shot looks perfect. It does a great job at putting the audience in this universe. Which is what a movie should do. I was invested the entire time. I think it should win best cinematography and I think it WILL win. Well this is just a guess. Dunkirk definitely has a chance as well. I honestly don’t know.
Guillermo del Toro has done a lot of great things. And some not so great things. Trollhunters still sucks! The Shape of Water is definitely one of his great projects. He did an excellent job with it. The amazing performances from each of the actors shows how great he is at directing. This truly is an amazing film. It’s brilliantly shot and really is one of the best films to come out last year. Since he won a Golden Globe, there’s definitely a chance of him winning an Oscar. But if I’m being honest, I think the Oscar should go to Greta Gerwig. I’m not sure if that’s just me being biased since my grandpa knows her personally and has worked with her in the past and he even got invited to the world premiere of Lady Bird. I’m not even joking. Still, Guillermo del Toro will most likely take home the Oscar.
I'm actually not interested in seeing this movie. I might see the other nominees however
I really think I should see this movie. I’ve heard so many great things about it. Looking at the other choices in this category, Call Me by Your Name seems to be the one that they’re gonna go for. It wouldn’t surprise me. I don’t know exactly what the movie is about, but it seems like a winner. Which one do I think should win? Obviously Logan. That goes without saying. But since it’s a comic book movie, I doubt that’s gonna happen. It would be nice if it did though. Just seeing trailers for Call Me by Your Name makes it seem like a great choice for the Oscar. I’ll probably try to see it before the Oscars happen so I could form more of an opinion. I really hope it’s as good as people say it is.
Although it has very mixed reviews I think everyone can agree that the visuals were amazing regardless if they actually liked the movie itself or not
To me you're down to 2 in this case Blade runner, and Planet of the apes taking this one.
I haven’t actually seen this movie, but I’ve heard good things about it. From what I’ve seen, it looks like a really great movie with great writing. However, I personally think Lady Bird should win. I recently saw the movie and I thought that it had a really great story and it felt very relatable in a way. But again, I haven’t seen Three Billboards. So I don’t know if it actually deserves to win or not. But since everyone has been praising it non-stop, it has a pretty great chance.
Dunkirk had a crap ton of pratical effects including dozens of painted planes, boats, hundreds of extras, etc...
Yeah at least give the benefit of effort put in was great by Dunkirk.
Did the person who submit this realize that Captain Underpants didn't get nominated for this category?
Must of been the same one who thought Tommy Wiseau was stellar for the disaster artists where he has virtually a small cameo role in if anything.
Again, this was not nominated for Best Animated Feature.