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December 12, 2009 | 10:19 am

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Gold Derby continues to recruit the latest best pix predix from reigning Oscarologists. Following up on our first two batches (here and here), check out the views of Lane Brown (Vulture, New York magazine), Paul Gaita (The Circuit, The Envelope), Dave Karger (Entertainment Weekly), Tariq Khan (Fox News), Nathaniel Rogers (Film Experience), Peter Travers (Rolling Stone).

BEST PICTURE Brown Gaita Karger Khan Rogers Travers
"Avatar"

10

5

5

2

4

4

"An Education"

8

 8

 

 

5

7

"Hurt Locker"

2

4

3

2

3

"Inglourious Basterds"

7

 

8

7

8

"Invictus"

5

2

4

6

5

"It's Complicated"  

  

9

 

 

  

"The Last Station"      

8

   
"The Messenger"      

6

   
"Nine"

6

 

7

10

8

9

"Precious"

4

3

2

 7

3

1

"The Road"  

6

 


   
"A Serious Man"

 9


 

 

10


"Star Trek"    

10

 

 
"Up"

3

7

6

9

9

 6

"Up in the Air"

1

1

1

1

 2

"Where the Wild Things Are"  

10

 

  

   

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Experts predict Oscar nominees for best picture - part 2

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Photos: "Avatar" (20th Century Fox), "Precious" (Lionsgate)

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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW VOTE FOR THESE MOVIES? fOR BEST PICTURE WOULD/SHOULD BE PRECIOUS. PRECIOUS MOVED ME IN A WAY THAT I WANTED TO CRY, GOT ANGRY, SAD AND COULD NOT BELIEVE BUT REALIZED THAT THIS IS HAPPENING TODAY.

To Tom & this site I aplogize on it not being as up to date as usual-(or Sasha Stone's awardsdaily)
(POSTED COMPLAINT IN FORUMS)

You guys' did cover quite a bit, though it was not sent at all per usual onto us fans?

& to Tom again, looks like you were right in going out on a limb with: Jeff Bridges

THANX

I just don't understand how anyone can say A Beautiful Mind was somehow easy on Nash. It depicts him nearly drowning his baby assaulting his wife, being a nasty jerk all the time. I just don't get. I am so glad that smear campaign didn't work.


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