Early Oscar Predictions – See These!

Oscar Predictions 2015
Hi all, taking a few moments out of the hectic latest release schedule to hit you up with some of my predictions for those movies that will be on the tips of some very important tongues at the start of 2015 when it comes to awards season. Not all these will make the cut and some of them may not be your cup of tea (or mine!) but I’m not picking my favourites, just the ones I expect to feature in the run up. So anyway, let’s get started, shall we? Feel free to let me know your thoughts either here on the blog, on the Facebook page or grab me on Twitter and tell me what a fool I am! Check the list (in trailer form) right here.

The Lego Movie.
Already close to smacking headlong into half a billion dollar box office gross, surely there’s award gold in them bricks?
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s latest opus is visually elegant and verbally glorious. Any chance of some love for this?
Boyhood
Richard Linklater’s intermittently directed film, created over twelve years. A singularly unique vision captures the life of one boy from the age of six to eighteen. Truly a one-off.

Magic In The Moonlight
Woody Allen is back in France, directing Colin Firth and Emma Stone in a 1920’s romance.
Hector And The Search For Happiness
Simon Pegg plays a psychiatrist who has become jaded by life, so takes it upon himself to create a new one altogether, by travelling the world.
Gone Girl
Gillian Flynn’s blockbuster hit novel is brought to life by Oscar darling Ben Affleck starring as a man accused of his wife’s murder.
The Homesman
A cast that Oscar will fall in love with right off. Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank, Meryl Streep and Hailee Steinfeld star in this western about the journey of claim-jumper with a group of women.
Interstellar
The latest Christopher Nolan film will always create fierce awards attention. This space opus starring Matthew McConnaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain will certainly be no different.

 

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