Sunday, December 28, 2014

Best In Front of and Behind the Camera of 2014


Note: Do NOT use this when filling out your office Oscar ballot!  These are my favorites.  They are not a good bet on who will win the awards.


Best Lead Performance by an Actor
  1. Jake Gyllenhaal - Nightcrawler
  2. Brendan Gleeson - Calvary
  3. Clark Gregg - Trust Me
  4. Oscar Isaac - A Most Violent Year
  5. Brad Pitt - Fury
  6. Tom Cruise - Edge of Tomorrow
  7. Michael Pitt - I Origins
  8. Michael Keaton - Birdman
  9. Steve Carell - Foxcatcher
  10. Jesse Eisenberg - Night Moves
  11. Michael Pitt - Rob the Mob
  12. Domhnall Gleeson - Frank
  13. Mark Duplass - The One I Love
  14. Benedict Cumberbatch - The Imitation Game
  15. Miles Teller - Whiplash
  16. Jude Law - Dom Hemingway
  17. Tom Hardy - The Drop
  18. Jake Gyllenhaal - Enemy
  19. David Oyelowo - Selma
  20. Al Pacino - The Humbling
  21. Bill Murray - St. Vincent
  22. Thomas Haden Church - Whitewash
  23. John Favreau - Chef
  24. Chris Evans - Snowpiercer
  25. Mark Strong - Anna
  26. Bill Hader - The Skeleton Twins

Best Lead Performance by an Actress
  1. Catherine Keener - War Story
  2. Elisabeth Moss - The One I Love
  3. Reese Witherspoon - Wild
  4. Julianne Moore - Still Alice
  5. Saxon Sharbino - Trust Me
  6. Jennifer Aniston - Cake
  7. Helen Mirren - The Hundred-Foot Journey
  8. Marion Cotillard - The Immigrant
  9. Marion Cotillard - Two Days, One Night
  10. Toni Collette - Lucky Them
  11. Jessica Chastain - The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby
  12. Anne Hathaway - Interstellar
  13. Nina Arianda - Rob the Mob
  14. Rosamund Pike - Gone Girl
  15. Taissa Farmiga - Anna
  16. Jenny Slate - Obvious Child
  17. Kristen Wiig - The Skeleton Twins
  18. Emma Stone - Magic in the Moonlight

Best Supporting Performance by an Actor
  1. J.K. Simmons - Whiplash
  2. Ethan Hawke - Boyhood
  3. John Goodman - The Gambler
  4. Don Johnson - Cold in July
  5. Thomas Haden Church - Lucky Them
  6. Dustin Hoffman - Chef
  7. Andy Garcia - Rob the Mob
  8. Albert Brooks - A Most Violent Year
  9. Josh Brolin - Inherent Vice
  10. Robert Downey Jr. - Chef
  11. Tyler Perry - Gone Girl
  12. Griffin Dunne - Rob the Mob
  13. Emjay Anthony - Chef
  14. Ed Harris - Snowpiercer
  15. Jeff Goldblum - Le Week-End
  16. Philip Seymour Hoffman - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I
  17. James Gandolfini - The Drop
  18. Robert Duvall - The Judge
  19. William Hurt - The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby
  20. Edward Norton - Birdman

Best Supporting Performance by an Actress
  1. Patricia Arquette - Boyhood
  2. Jessica Chastain - A Most Violent Year
  3. Emma Stone - Birdman
  4. Tilda Swinton - Snowpiercer
  5. Rene Russo - Nightcrawler
  6. Jessica Chastain - Interstellar
  7. Julianne Moore -  The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I
  8. Meryl Streep - Into the Woods
  9. Anna Kendrick - Into the Woods
  10. Emily Blunt - Edge of Tomorrow

Best Young Actor/Actress
  1. Saxon Sharbino - Trust Me
  2. Emjay Anthony - Chef
  3. Ellar Coltrane - Boyhood
  4. Taissa Farmiga - Anna
  5. Miles Teller - Whiplash
  6. Jaeden Lieberher - St. Vincent
  7. Lorelei Linklater - Boyhood

Best Ensemble
  1. Chef
  2. Poker Night
  3. Rob the Mob
  4. A Most Violent Year
  5. Sabotage
  6. Fury

Biggest Waste of a Talented Ensemble
  1. The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Overall Year
  1. Michael Pitt (I Origins, Rob the Mob, Hannibal (TV))
  2. Jessica Chastain (A Most Violent Year, Interstellar, Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby)
  3. Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, Enemy)
  4. Brendan Gleeson (Calvary, The Grand Seduction, Edge of Tomorrow, Stonehearst Asylum)
  5. Julianne Moore (Still Alice, The Hunger Games: Mockingkjay Part I, Non-Stop)
  6. Kevin Costner (Draft Day, 3 Days to Kill, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Black or White)
  7. Domhnall Gleeson (Frank, Unbroken)
  8. Ron Perlman (13 Sins, Poker Night, Before I Disappear)
  9. Thomas Haden Church (Lucky Them, Whitewash)
  10. Sam Rockwell (Better Living Through Chemistry, Laggies, Trust Me)
  11. Tom Wilkinson (Selma, Felony, The Grand Budapest Hotel)
  12. Ed Harris (Snowpiercer, Frontera, The Face of Love)
  13. Martin Freeman (Fargo (TV), Sherlock (TV), The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies)
  14. Chris Evans (Snowpiercer, Captain America: Winter Soldier)
  15. Marion Cotillard (The Immigrant, Two Days One Night)
  16. Taissa Farmiga (Anna, At Middleton, Jamesy Boy, American Horror Story)
  17. Billy Crudup (Rudderless, Blood Ties)
  18. Emma Stone (Birdman, Magic in the Moonlight)
  19. Daniel Radcliffe (Horns, What If)
  20. Scarlett Johansson (Lucy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Chef)
  21. Jesse Eisenberg (Night Moves, The Double)
  22. Zoe Kazan (Olive Kitteridge, The Pretty One, What If, In Your Eyes)
  23. Jennifer Lawrence (X-Men: Days of Future Past, Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I)
  24. Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Beyond the Lights, Belle, Odd Thomas)

Actress Most in Dire Need of a Name Change
  1. Gugu Mbatha-Raw

Best Overall Recent Years
  1. Jessica Chastain
  2. Jake Gyllenhaal
  3. John Goodman
  4. Ethan Hawke
  5. Benedict Cumberbatch
  6. Michael Fassbender
  7. Mark Strong
  8. Sam Rockwell
  9. Emma Stone
  10. Marion Cotillard

Worst Overall Year
  1. James Franco (The Color of Time, Maladies, Palo Alto)

Worst Overall Recent Years
  1. Kristen Stewart (Everything)

Best Director
  1. Richard Linklater - Boyhood
  2. Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu - Birdman
  3. J.C. Chandor - A Most Violent Year
  4. Damien Chazelle - Whiplash

Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted)
  1. I Origins
  2. Calvary
  3. Snowpiercer
  4. Interstellar
  5. A Most Violent Year
  6. Cold in July
  7. The One I Love
  8. Chef
  9. Boyhood
  10. Whiplash
  11. Nightcrawler
  12. Birdman

Best Score
  1. Interstellar - Hans Zimmer
  2. The Imitation Game - Alexandre Desplat
  3. How to Train Your Dragon 2 - John Powell
  4. The Giver - Marco Beltrami

Best Song
  1. The Hanging Tree  - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I
  2. The Last Goodbye - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
  3. A Step You Can't Take Back - Begin Again
  4. Every song in Into the Woods

Most Annoying Song You Can't Get Out of Your Head
  1. Everything is Awesome - The Lego Movie

No comments:

Post a Comment