2019 is not Netflix’s first dance with the Academy Awards, but it is the company's most significant year at the Oscars. The streaming service is up for 15 nominations in some of the industry’s most important categories.
The Oscar nominations for the 2019 Academy Awards were announced today. There were a few surprises and snubs, but overall most of the nominations went as expected. More posts will follow as I catch up on a few films, but here are my ten initial thoughts on the 2019 Oscars:
With a historic Thanksgiving weekend in the books, the Fall cinema season is unofficially over. Despite strong showings by Creed 2, Green Book, and A Star Is Born, the Oscar race is still wide open. Here are five movies that will wrap up 2018 and create serious awards chatter.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences has been presenting the Academy Awards for achievements in film since 1929. Since that first ceremony, the Oscars have become the most celebrated award ceremony in modern art. Legacies have been cemented. Careers have changed overnight. The Oscars have a certain magic to them that other awards ceremonies cannot touch. On August 8, the academy announced changes to the Oscars that will hurt the Academy Awards and the box office.
With that in mind, my Oscar picks are only limited to the nine Best Picture films. My predictions focus on how I think the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science will vote. Here are my 2018 Oscar Picks and Predictions: