2011 Academy Awards Winners - 'The King's Speech' is Best Picture

February 27, 2011

83rd Academy Awards

The 83rd Academy Awards are upon us and it's time to watch the show and announce the winners of the most prestigious award in Hollywood. The Oscar ceremony is being broadcast live from the Kodak Theatre where illustrious hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be bringing us an exciting evening filled with accolades aplenty. This will be a rather interesting year for the Academy Awards, with a neck-and-neck race between The King's Speech and The Social Network at least. The complete list of nominees below will be updated with winners marked as they're announced live on the show tonight - follow all the updates.

The King's Speech
The King's Speech
Tom Hooper
Tom Hooper - The King's Speech
Colin Firth
Colin Firth - The King's Speech
Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman - Black Swan

Read on for the complete list of nominees and winners. Be sure to let us know what you think of the results!

This will be updated throughout the night to reflect the winners as revealed. Additionally, I might be adding a small bit of editorial commentary beneath each category. Winners are highlighted in BOLD below.

Black Swan
The Fighter
The Kids Are All Right
Winner! The King's Speech
127 Hours
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
True Grit
Winter's Bone

Thoughts: Within the last few weeks, I was starting to jump on The Social Network bandwagon, I wanted it to win. But here's the truth - I really love both The King's Speech and The Social Network, almost equally. But I knew TKS would win the moment I first saw it and it did. Yes, it plays right to the Academy, but I knew that when I walked out. It's a fantastic film, both of them are - I would've been happy with either winning.

Darren Aronofsky - Black Swan
David Fincher - The Social Network
Winner! Tom Hooper - The King's Speech
Joel & Ethan Coen - True Grit
David O. Russell - The Fighter

Thoughts: You know, I loved The King's Speech and I should be totally happy, but this is a weird category. All great guys and it's a tough year to decide, but it looks like the Academy is swaying towards TKS this time.

Javier Bardem - Biutiful
Jeff Bridges - True Grit
Jesse Eisenberg - The Social Network
Winner! Colin Firth - The King's Speech
James Franco - 127 Hours

Thoughts: Yep, I knew it. The moment I walked out of The King's Speech last September, I proclaimed that Colin Firth would win the Oscar. It's now five months later and that prediction has come true. Deserves it!

Annette Bening - The Kids Are All Right
Nicole Kidman - Rabbit Hole
Jennifer Lawrence - Winter's Bone
Winner! Natalie Portman - Black Swan
Michelle Williams - Blue Valentine

Thoughts: Thank goodness, Natalie deserves it so much, this was her award to win and I'm glad she got it. No Annette Bening, it was Portman's year - hell yes! I'm so incredibly excited and happy she won, congrats!

Winner! Christian Bale - The Fighter
John Hawkes - Winter's Bone
Jeremy Renner - The Town
Mark Ruffalo - The Kids Are All Right
Geoffrey Rush - The King's Speech

Thoughts: I thought Bale deserved this the moment I walked out of The Fighter, I'm happy to see him win!

Amy Adams - The Fighter
Helena Bonham Carter - The King's Speech
Winner! Melissa Leo - The Fighter
Hailee Steinfeld - True Grit
Jacki Weaver - Animal Kingdom

Thoughts: Totally expected and yet also totally deserving. Leo was incredible and I'm glad she won for this.

Mike Leigh - Another Year
Scott Silver & Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson - The Fighter
Christopher Nolan - Inception
Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg - The Kids Are All Right
Winner! David Seidler - The King's Speech

Thoughts: Very same thoughts as Aaron Sorkin below. The writers winners' speeches are always fun to hear.

Danny Boyle & Simon Beaufoy - 127 Hours
Winner! Aaron Sorkin - The Social Network
Michael Arndt - Toy Story 3
Joel Coen & Ethan Coen - True Grit
Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini - Winter's Bone

Thoughts: Expected but deserving, as seems to be the big trend tonight. But hell yea go Sorkin, a great win!

How to Train Your Dragon
The Illusionist
Winner! Toy Story 3

Thoughts: All three of the films nominated this year were fantastic, even How to Train Your Dragon, but as always, Pixar wins again. Though Toy Story 3 deserved it anyway. It IS also nominated for Best Picture, too!

Biutiful (Mexico)
Dogtooth (Greece)
Winner! In a Better World (Denmark)
Incendies (Canada)
Outside the Law (Algeria)

Matthew Libatique - Black Swan
Winner! Wally Pfister - Inception
Danny Cohen - The King's Speech
Jeff Cronenweth - The Social Network
Roger Deakins - True Grit

Thoughts: YES! Congrats - finally the first awesome, deserving win of the night. This is Wally Pfister's first Oscar and its been a longtime coming, he really deserves this. I'm so happy to see Inception win an Oscar!

Exit Through the Gift Shop
Winner! Inside Job - Charles Ferguson
Waste Land

Killing in the Name
Poster Girl
Winner! Strangers No More - Karen Goodman & Kirk Simon
Sun Come Up
The Warriors of Qiugang

Day & Night
The Gruffalo
Let's Pollute
Winner! The Lost Thing - Andrew Ruhemann & Shaun Tan
Madagascar, a Journey Diary

The Confession
The Crush
Winner! God of Love - Luke Matheny
Na Wewe
Wish 143

Alice in Wonderland
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
Winner! Inception
Iron Man 2

Thoughts: Wow awesome, this is definitely deserved, Inception had some amazingly seamless visual effects. Though I am starting to wonder if Inception is winning all of the technical categories as a way of say "sorry we didn't nominated Chris Nolan for Best Director" because damnit, he needs to get nominated if his own film wins this many! We've only got another few years to wait for the chance to hit the Oscars again - right?

Winner! Alice in Wonderland
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
The King's Speech
True Grit

Thoughts: Whoa - what? Really? Not that it was bad, but out of all the other nominees? What the heck? I guess the Academy really loves the Tim Burton's crazy worlds. Not that great of a win, honestly, but oh well.

Winner! Alice in Wonderland
I Am Love
The King's Speech
The Tempest
True Grit

Thoughts: Costume and make-up were announced together and I honestly don't have much to say about either, they were both wins I expected to see coming. As I said before, the Academy really loves Tim Burton.

Barney's Version
The Way Back
Winner! The Wolfman

Black Swan
The Fighter
The King's Speech
127 Hours

Winner! The Social Network

Thoughts: Awesome, another great win for The Social Network. This is one of those categories that some say TSN should win simply because of the monumental task of sorting out Fincher's hundreds of takes.

Winner! Inception
The King's Speech
The Social Network
True Grit

Thoughts: Good, I love Inception, but why not The Social Network? That had amazing mixing - club scene?!

Winner! Inception
Toy Story 3
Tron Legacy
True Grit

Thoughts: "I owe this 1000% to Chris Nolan." Another solid award for Inception, it did have great sound.

John Powell - How to Train Your Dragon
Hans Zimmer - Inception
Alexandre Desplat - The King's Speech
A.R. Rahman - 127 Hours
Winner! Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - The Social Network

Thoughts: YES!! Everyone though one of the more conventional scores was going to win this year, but nope, the most original and Oscar-worthy score of all actually won it. Congrats, it's definitely a score for the ages!!

"Coming Home" from Country Strong
"I See the Light" from Tangled
"If I Rise" from 127 Hours
Winner! "We Belong Together" from Toy Story 3 by Randy Newman

Winner! Francis Ford Coppola

Chime in below as we continue to update this list live and let us know if you're happy with these winners (so far) and what your thoughts are on the Oscar ceremony this year as well as our hosts James Franco and the always lovely (it's true!) Anne Hathaway. And of course, a big congratulations to all of 2011's winners and nominees! Did the 2011 Academy Awards turn out the way you want? Thoughts on the winners?

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birddog on Feb 28, 2011


Saw King's Speech last night. Colin Firth is great, he gets the oscar. And so he's Helen Bonham Carter, she's just magnificent in that role, she gets an oscar too. But the film, overall, he's not worth an oscar for best movie, imo. Neither is The Social Network, by a long shot. My personal choice would be either Inception or Black Swan. Darren Aronofsky deserves best director, his directing in that movie is marvellous. David Fincher deserves all the oscars he gets, not with this movie though (even though the Henley Sequence is one of the best of the year). The King's Speech has some very good shots, I wouldn't be surprised if it won best director. Natalie was hands down the best actress this year, she deserves all the awards she's getting and the Oscar has her name all over it. Having said that, I'm ashamed I haven't seen many of this year's nominees (mostly because most of them are just now being released around here) I'll watch the show, sleep for two hours then get to work 😛

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


black swan was a good movie - but portmans expression/demeanor never changed. i think her performance was over-rated. best picture is "kings speech"......not even close best actor - colin firth i'd give best actress to either jennifer lawrence (for winters bone) or nicold kidman (for rabbit hole

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


personally i think Portman deserved it... sure she pretty much just cried the whole time but its when she became the black swan that her talent really showed.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


sure - no problem with her winning the awards. i'm not into the awards thing anyways, it just seemed to me that lawrence and kidman showed more range in their roles. i've never figured out just how this "academy" hands out awards. . i don't tink it's any different than all of us talking about it here o the site

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011



Rv on Feb 28, 2011


YES! Inception got one!

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011



Baldwinm on Feb 28, 2011


where can i stream this?

Dxcool777 on Feb 28, 2011


Fuck yeah, Christian Bale!

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


anything the Social Network wins is a conspiracy and political

andrew on Feb 28, 2011


WHAT?! Are you serious? That's crazy, it deserves a lot of these awards, especially Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Score. Are you kidding me?!

Alex Billington on Feb 28, 2011


Hell yeah they do! Way to go Trent & Atticus for winning Best Original Score!!!

Cruzer on Feb 28, 2011


I'm sorry, but I thought that score was weak sauce. I crap better music on my toilet. But hey, let's reward mediocrity anyways! Yeah!

Thanos on Feb 28, 2011


Agree Thanos....this was an upset. This was Zimmer's award hands down.

RandallM on Feb 28, 2011


best adapted screenplay for the social network happened only because of Aaron Sorkin, but Best Score should've went to another nominee

andrew on Feb 28, 2011


Nah I don't think so, the original, unique sound and perfectly fitting score for The Social Network deserved to win that Oscar!

Alex Billington on Feb 28, 2011


I remember you counted on DaftPunck's Tron's score when it came out.

ZackSnyder on Feb 28, 2011


The thing with the Social Network score, isn't it just a song? The one they played over and over last night?! Sure, that one is great, but apart from that and the reimagining of a classic (The Henley sequence) i don't remember any more tunes from that movie. Inception score was epic! Gave me chills!

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


In support of SN winning best score - try this out in order to understand why - the score is as instrumental to that movie as the visuals. It sets the scene, it sets the tone, it ties the movie together. I liked the music from Inception - there were some powerful tracks, but take the music away from SN and you don't have the same movie. Take the music out of Inception - a couple of moments may lose a little bit of punch, but not to the same degree. That's why the soundtrack to the SN was Oscar worthy - it's a key component to the total experience of the film.

phyrrsome on Mar 2, 2011


Alex how does the Social Network deserve best score? The music and score of Inception was so powerful and set the mood of the film. It was incredible. I am a music guy and the social networks score consisted of five notes played slowly, about as original, entertaining and mood setting as Randy Newman's "Generic Annual Oscar Nomination" for every song he does that sounds that same. Sorry but Social Network, while good, was way overhyped and the only thing it deserved being nominated for was Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor.

Cmcdermid5 on Feb 28, 2011


I don't know how you can honestly believe that Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross did not deserve best original score. Point me in the direction of a better one.

matt on Feb 28, 2011


aw i wanted "exit through the gift shop" to win best Doc 🙁

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Yeah, I was torn between that and Restrepo. Oh well, Inception got some awards and Melissa Leo and Christian Bale each got one. So far these Oscars have been pretty sweet, imo.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Yeah Restrepo was awesome too, no real shocks so far really

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


I just lost a lot of respect for the Oscars with Banksy not winning.

Tom Vatterott on Feb 28, 2011


i dunno about Randy winning that one, Song from 127 hours was better

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


I agree, 127 hours was better. But Randy is hilarious lol.

matt on Feb 28, 2011


Yea he is, that speech was great, hahah I loved his honesty. Let it out Newman! 😛

Alex Billington on Feb 28, 2011


celine dion filler zzzzzzzz

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Colin Firth? Well that sucks...

matt on Feb 28, 2011


well it was to be expected, just wondering if the academy will throw a curve ball for best film

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


No curve balls. Academy sucks!! Big time!

ZackSnyder on Feb 28, 2011


take that Social Network, THE KING'S SPEECH is the Best Motion Picture of the year

andrew on Feb 28, 2011


That's right, remember the name... 'cause after this week you'll NEVER hear of it again.

John Doe on Mar 2, 2011


kings oscar bait oh i mean speech wins ...yawn

p86 on Feb 28, 2011


Inception should have won!

Said on Feb 28, 2011


I stayed up and watched what was basically a repeat of every big awards show leading up to the Oscars. What a waste of time. I wonder if there were King's Speech posters in the lobby of the Kodak Theatre inviting the audience to a British themed after party.

Tyler Morgan on Feb 28, 2011


This just in- Social Network fanboys hack into the Oscar website with their macbooks and convert the site to a hate forum.

Tyler Morgan on Feb 28, 2011


Everything exept for Picture (social network should've won), Director (Fincher should've won) and Original Screenplay (Nolan should've won), AWESOME!!!!!

John.E on Feb 28, 2011


You are scholar.Myself and my million selfs are behind you.

ZackSnyder on Feb 28, 2011


You are correct, sir.

John Doe on Mar 2, 2011


NOLAN FAN BOYS UNITE ITS TIME TO START FUCKIN FIRES!!! i called everything other then best supporting actress, i wanted Jacki Weaver to win 🙁

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


20 out of 24 not too shabby...I missed Best Director/ Best Documentary Short/ Best Original Screenplay & Best Foreign Film. Alex I think you should really do a giveaway for the Oscars next year with some prizes! Like that District 9 Arc Generator full scale replica you got sitting on your top shelf...thoughts?

birddog on Feb 28, 2011


No surprises this year, really. With a few exceptions (I wanted Inception or TSN to win best picture) I am happy with all of the wins, which was expected considering how great the movie selection turned out this year. The one thing that really bothers me is that from now on it will be "Tim Burton's Oscar winning Alice in Wonderland"... *shudder*

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Alice really bucked the trend. Normally Costume design has often gone to a film about Brirish Royalty, hence the term Royalty Porn. Also True Grit was the movie set most in the past and that normally helps to win art direction. So in a way Alice was a double trend bucker.

Jezza on Feb 28, 2011


Javier Bardem should have won Best Actor. Jennifer Lawrence should have won Best Actress and Inception should have won best picture. But Javier Bardem put in the best words in an interview he gave most recently saying -- (paraphrase) that any awards are great, but not only is just a lottery, winning doesn't make the film any better or worse, it leaves the films unchanged --

Day on Feb 28, 2011


I'm very happy with the results of the Oscars, especially since I correctly predicted 18 of the 24 nominees (the most I've ever gotten).

Sean Kelly on Feb 28, 2011


Bardem- Actor Portman- Actress Bale- Supporting Actor Weaver-Supporting Actress Fincher- Director Sorkin- Adapted Script Silver &Co.- Original script Social Network- Picture

Zac917 on Feb 28, 2011


Guy Hendrix-Dyas was robbed!!!

andy on Feb 28, 2011


The Academy voters who were hesitant before voting for Melissa Leo because they thought her Oscar ads were "lacking in class" definitely got served!!!

Louis Plamondon on Feb 28, 2011


I love your comments on all of the categories, Alex. Great post here. A fellow movie-loving friend and I kept a constant, live-streaming update about the Oscars on Facebook, and both of us predicted most of these (Best Supporting Actress: I knew Leo had it, but I was still rooting for Steinfeld...). It was a great show this year, and I loved it! I didn't have any complaints as to where the awards were presented. They all deserved their nominations and mentions.

FriendlyFire on Feb 28, 2011


Inception rocks, I cannot wait for the The Dark knight Rises, thank you Nolan for these movies!!!!

George on Feb 28, 2011


melissa leo is a fine actress, but her performance in the fighter was a travesty. she played a caricture, not a charecter.

Joshjacoby666 on Feb 28, 2011


Of course the kings speech won best picture. I liked the movie and all but it was so overrated. A movie specifically made to win awards, it served it's purpose. It wont stand the test of time. Twenty years from now people will be talking about how groundbreaking and Inception was and how they felt after seeing it and won't even recall who won the 2011 best picture.

Cmo on Feb 28, 2011


Amen, an "awards vehicle" at its best, hollywood has a hardon for anything to do with the royal family I swear.

Cody W. on Feb 28, 2011


I really enjoyed it, awards vehicle or not, Firth, Rush, and Carter were amazing.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


O I agree it was a great movie, but in terms of awards it shouldnt of even had mention. I enjoyed it but just like cmo said: in 10 years ppl will still be admiring true achievements like Inception and wont even remember what won 2011 best picture.

Cody W. on Feb 28, 2011


all the nominated films were fantastic, win or lose they will all be remembered, Inception will stand the test of time for sure.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


You're absolutely right. If I made a film I'd much rather it was vindicated by history than a best picture winner that gets forgotten by everyone but film buffs.

Goukaryuu on Feb 28, 2011


inception served its purpose as well...a blockbuster. I'm sorry its not classic cinema. you cannot link inception in there with godfather, easy rider, or shawshank. i didnt think kings speech shouldve won but inception is the avatar of 2010 no one will care other than for the advancements in technology. look back on the gladiator. yea great film but it is almost unwatchable nowadays to how we have been spoiled with advancements in cgi. everyone needs to stop getting such boners for the film. This all being said Wally deserved the nod for his cinematography.

Nocsyn on Feb 28, 2011


Great show, I disagree with some winners and losers, but at least they were nominated, a nomination is just as good as a win in my book. Christian Bale fucking won! Hell yeah, long over due! Colin Firth well deserved, I felt for Bertie and as a former stammerer, I salute Hooper, Seidler, and Firth! Kudos to Natalie Portman. Props to Melissa Leo, who is a total babe! Kirk Douglas was awesome! Franco and Hathaway were great.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Franco and Hathaway great, huh? There were more forced smiles than in most toothpaste commercials. Seriously, you'd have to be growing up on the internet not to feel the awkward meter go of the charts. It's as though the good people of Hollywood had their faces paralyzed with poison. Oh, wait...

xS on Feb 28, 2011


well that's like your opinion man. I for one saw no awkwardness...Franco and Hathaway were pretty damn good, but are still over shadowed by Hugh Jackman.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Really? I thought they were pretty weak, left me very disapointed :

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


compared to last years, this one was vastly better.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Yeah Hans Zimmer really deserved score, just dont understand how anyone could even compare TSN to Inceptions beautiful score.

Cody W. on Feb 28, 2011


It was pretty obvious that THe Kings Speach would win. A movie specifically made to grab Oscars.

Shige on Feb 28, 2011


Is it me or did Franco looked like he was smoking something in some of the telepromter reads? His eyes gave it away (like when he was high in Pineapple Express). I know Im not the only one who caught this. Watch it again closely and you'll understand what Im saying.

Oscar Time on Feb 28, 2011


Exactly what I thought. The man looked sedated, like someone had put something in his drink to keep him from having fun.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


Franco = wooden

Savage on Mar 1, 2011


I agree. Jimmy looked stoned like a bone. I know that didnt rhyme as well as I thought but hey I tried. I watched footage again and around his eyes looked pretty red to me, like someone who just smoked out and took a good whiff out of a bong. Pretty cool if he did. Giving Carlo Esteves a run for his money on live TV.

The Michael Vick Experience on Mar 1, 2011


I was really hoping for Tron to win that sound mixing award. It probably didn't qualify for 'original score' for some reason, but man was the sound in that movie killer.

serke on Feb 28, 2011


TSN deserved best picture. HTTYD deeserved best animated. A few othr upsets around but none that im annoyed enough about to mention.

Matthew Sam Russell on Feb 28, 2011


I can't believe Hooper won Best Director or that The King's Speech got the Best Picture among so many others. The Oscars have proven once more to be a huge disappointment to me. Arronofsky so deserved the award... At least give to Fincher if not...

MB on Feb 28, 2011


I really liked The King's Speech and I think it deserved to win Best Picture, although I wanted Inception to win. As I said before, I don't care who wins or who loses (how can you not nominate Nolan for Best Director?), for me Inception is the best film of 2010. But yes, congrats to Christian Bale, Natalie Portman and Wally Pfister. As for Hans Zimmer, next year is yours... I'm just upset that this "next year" isn't coming soon enough. Reznor and Ross did a perfectly fitting score and I'm ok with the win, but I wanted Hans Zimmer or John Powell to get it.

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


I so agree with you Isildur. Hanz on Inception and the very fact that from scratch, everything is ORIGINAL!

Gh on Feb 28, 2011


Now that you mentioned how original is Inception I think Nolan should have won for best original screenplay ;)) But let's not exaggerate... the TSN and TKS backers are going to hate us :)) Thanks for the reply!

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


I agree too! Ithink lot of of people did confuse sound editing and scoreand it explains why the later went to TSN about time they recognise the Nolans as a driving force now. Maybe they want to wait and give him one later as they did with Scorsese. Anyway, Nolan and his will get one someday and hope it pours when the recognition comes...

Gh on Mar 1, 2011


I was surprised to see Toy Story 3 nominated as best picture and even more bewildered after seeing it. I think that one went over my head, why on earth was this one nominated as best picture?? This is also the first time a second sequel, or a part 3, is nominated(not counting LotR). Imagine a world where Toy Story 3 won for best picture...? You can't, right? So why the hell was it nominated??

David Banner on Feb 28, 2011


You can't say this is the first time something happens and then "not count" the first time it happened before,lol. Yeah, I wasn't as moved as everybody else when I saw it, it would never win, but the nomination alone is a nice present to a great trilogy. The first Toy Story is a magic movie!

Anonymous on Feb 28, 2011


I'm a little surprised True Grit was slighted across the board. Sure the movie was almost seamless to the original, sure the Cohen brothers have won in the past, sure Jeff Bridges played pretty much the same character from last year (with a little more grit, sorry had too)....BUT how many nominations did it have, like 10??? I guess that is recognition in itself.

Shawn Rhodriquez on Feb 28, 2011


I know Shawn. I actually saw "Grit" again this weekend. Getting the nominations is really an achievement.

Randall Miller on Feb 28, 2011


I'm gutted my man Hanz Zimmer did not get best scoring for Inception...come on!! Social Network scoring? pfff Social network,Inception and Black Swan should have won Best director and movie from the king's speech? pfff Inception is original, therefore should have had more!!! Where were the voters heads? loll Anyway,My baby Bale did get that award tho and Melissa Leo did get hers too after financing her own promotional stuff! critics will always be critics, she has her statuette, so f them . I'm very glad the Fighter did get the wins it deserve

Gh on Feb 28, 2011


Most of all I was pleased....however the love for TSN still gets me upset. "Alice" was deserving and winning 2 Oscars will get under the skin of the haters. And of course "Speech was almost a perfect film. But the Dark Knight getting an Oscar (ouch) Mr. Rush's performance was more than brilliant and to date it was his best performance. Hans Zimmer was robbed. At least "Inception" recieved some attention. ( cause we all know Mr. Nolan again will be snubbed in a couple of years from now.)

RandallM on Feb 28, 2011


9 inch nails - respect

Savage on Mar 1, 2011


Sorry, Nolan has to better to get his Best Director nod. Inception was nothing we haven't seen before. Im looking forward to his career post Batman and you should too!

Happy Camper on Mar 1, 2011


Yea, maybe he'll get that Oscar sometime in the near future - he damned well deserves one!!

Alex Billington on Mar 6, 2011


I found it funny that Inception was nominated so many times but Nolan omitted. the man who put it all together. Does the academy think that Inception directed itself? I guess he has to direct a period piece about british royals to get some love!

Cmo on Mar 1, 2011


Black Swan was robbed. True Grit and The Kids Are All Right could have won at least one statue. As always the most overrated films win it all..

David Perretta on Mar 1, 2011


Black Swan wasn't exactly robbed as such. It did won one oscar, admittidly in a less competitive category.

Jez on Apr 5, 2011



John Doe on Mar 2, 2011


social network was a stupid cash in movie due to the facebook/twitter craze. doesn't deserve a dime.

Hirshanto on Mar 4, 2011

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