Oscar Predictions: Best Picture

Can a silent film in black and white capture the biggest prize?
2:14 | 02/23/12

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All right -- the major category of the Oscars which is best picture this is the kind of thing people make bets on and you do to you probably in an office pools. And they -- nine this year we hit ten nominee he's the last two years and before that -- by now that night -- the increase I don't understand them but I'm going to read. In alphabetical order. First nominee is the artist. And we have the descendants. Extremely loud and president. Help you -- midnight -- Money ball the tree of life. The way you know this right away eliminated if the the directors are not nominated or didn't get any what you just look at how many nominations it. Each of these movies get and the ones with the most nominations -- to win OK so the most nominations went to -- -- -- -- -- Hugo a movie that didn't read the that's about a silent movie era and and you're -- -- that I think Kingsley plays -- there. That has eleven nominations. You know -- but says it was on the show and talked a little about working this way. The 3-D. Was -- because. Every time we set up shop. Designed basically beforehand. New things can. Basically have to -- learn everything. Everything that we thought we knew of course. Try to immerse the audience into the story rather than having to look into a box of -- and see them -- -- what the act -- -- And the conversion cost and space -- think -- their company with a real treaty shot. And so that's -- -- part of the world. And that's just yet as we did -- great -- -- because it's literally like watching them on stage in close up. But when we talk about Hugo what's the one that's -- close to that morning nominations that would be the artist and that's and nominations and the artist -- in black and white. It's a silent movie it starts people we never heard of before -- should have no chance and yet Hollywood and improve race that didn't sit. People who love you the artist week this is about our industry this is what we'd like this is what we -- Is there any other movie that really in the running here because he can -- purchase -- home or -- -- happening. Yes there is it's called the help. It doesn't have a nomination for its direct to take -- or Green flag but it has re acting nominations. And people love it. It made the most money of any movie this year he could -- -- it has that potential to be -- -- but as brave as Diane. I'm going to say that Hollywood's a lot of. Of the -- I think most of these academy voters were around in 1927. When the first Oscar went -- wings which was exactly film. I think they wish they could go back at that time and they're going to great -- for those reasons. And I also think it -- a good movie I have nothing against that way as long as. Loud and incredibly close wins nothing I am happy man. So I am -- sitting here saying the best picture. Winner this year of the Academy Award. Will -- be -- it.

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