OSCAR POLL: Which Movie Will Win Best Picture?

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The 86th Academy Awards nominations were announced Thursday morning with nine films competing in the best picture category. Question is–which movie will win the top prize?

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  1. NM says:

    I hope 12 years lose out to Gravity too! If not, just give it to The wolf or Her.

  2. American Hustle stinks.

  3. A full breakdown of nominees and their merits: who should win and who shouldn’t!

    http://rachel-helena.blogspot.ca/2014/01/going-for-gold-race-to-academy-awards.html

  4. jackconner says:

    “Gravity” was amazing. A truly special and original movie. As far as the Oscars go, though, I am surprised “Saving Mr. Banks” wasn’t nominated. It seemed like a sure thing.

  5. Drew says:

    I’m upset because I know ’12 Years a Slave’ will win solely based on what it was about. So many people would cry “racist” if it (miraculously) lost. ‘Gravity’ was an incredible masterpiece; it was so original and gorgeous to look at, I would love if it took home Best Picture. I’m even rooting for ‘Wolf on Wall St’ because that movie was a freaking roller coaster! I can’t get over how awesome DiCaprio was in that film. Overall, love the nominations this year.

  6. joeyz95 says:

    Gravity hands down. In 20 years, we’ll remember Gravity for changing cinema more than 12 Years a Slave or American Hustle. While both good movies, they don’t even come close to matching Gravity.

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