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Welcome to the results, they will happen throughout the evening! Anyone got any predictions or wishes?!

Reminder of the nominees:
Best Picture:
Boyhood
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Gone Girl
Guardians Of The Galaxy
Lucy
Still Alice
The Maze Runner
Whiplash
Wild
X-Men: Days of Future Past

Best Actor:
Boyhood - Ellar Coltrane
Gone Girl - Ben Affleck
Guardians of the Galaxy - Chris Pratt
The Maze Runner - Dylan O'Brien
The Theory of Everything - Eddie Redmayne
Unbroken - Jack O'Connell
Whiplash - Miles Teller

Best Actress:
Big Eyes - Amy Adams
Gone Girl - Rosamund Pike
Lucy - Scarlett Johansson
Still Alice - Julianne Moore
Wild - Reese Witherspoon

Best Supporting Actor:
Big Eyes - Christoph Waltz
Birdman - Edward Norton
Boyhood - Ethan Hawke
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Sebastian Stan
The Guest - Dan Stevens
Whiplash- J.K. Simmons

Best Supporting Actress:
Boyhood - Patricia Arquette
Edge of Tomorrow - Emily Blunt
St Vincent - Naomi Watts
Still Alice - Kristen Stewart
The Imitation Game - Keira Knightley

Best Director:
Big Eyes - Tim Burton
Boyhood - Richard Linklater
Gone Girl - David Fincher
Whiplash - Damien Chazelle
Wild - Jean-Marc Vallee

Best Animated Film:
How To Train Your Dragon 2
Mr Peabody & Sherman
The Book of Life
The Lego Movie
The Penguins of Madagascar

Best Voice Performance:
How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Cate Blanchett
The Book of Life - Zoe Saldana
The Lego Movie - Chris Pratt
The Lego Movie - Elizabeth Banks
The Lego Movie - Will Arnett

Best Script:
22 Jump Street
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Gone Girl
Lucy
Neighbors
The Imitation Game
Whiplash
X-Men: Days of Future Past

Best Song:
Begin Again: Adam Levine- Lost Stars
Big Eyes: Lana Del Rey- Big Eyes
Divergent: Ellie Goulding- Beating Heart
Selma: Common ft. John Legend- Glory
The Fault In Our Stars: Charli XCX- Boom Clap
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1: Lorde- Yellow Flicker Beat
The LEGO Movie: Tegan & Sara ft. Lonely Island- Everything Is Awesome
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BEST SONG



01. The Fault In Our Stars - Charli XCX - Boom Clap (4 / 2)
02. Big Eyes - Lana Del Rey - Big Eyes (3 / 0)
03. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 - Lorde - Yellow Flicker Beat (2 / 4)
04. Begin Again - Adam Levine - Lost Stars (1 / 1)
04. The LEGO Movie - Tegan & Sara & The Lonely Island - Everything Is Awesome (1 / 1)
06. Divergent - Ellie Goulding - Beating Heart (1 / 0)
07. Selma - Common & John Legend - Glory (0 / 2)

Taking the win here is the only nomination/win of the night for the fabulous 'The Fault In Our Stars' which I really got more representation around the other categories, in particular Shailene Woodley in Best Actress, anyhoo Charli XCX's tune 'Boom Clap', a UK top 10 hit, picks up a win here and it is a great track <3 Just behind her is Queen Lana with her stunning titular track from Big Eyes which had 3 big fans but no 2nd preference votes! Following Lana is current Queen Lorde with her 2nd best song which picked up significant support on 2nd preferences votes but not too much on 1st preference votes! Completely the best possible top 3 though, all fab tracks! Lost Stars & Everything Is Awesome are quite good and both pick up a vote each whilst Beating Heart is forgettable af as the Divergent Series gets a rare nomination here instead of at the Razzies, the song only picked up a vote from Resident Ellie stan Harry! And in last place was the actual Oscar winner of this category, 'Glory', a stunning song from Selma but not in my top few here but not near the end of my list either, feel like a few others may have also felt like this which is why it has finished last!

Also 90% of these songs will be competing in Ultimate Movie Song, Semi 1 and 2 are already up so go vote in them, you have a week left!:
http://www.buzzjack.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=199788
http://www.buzzjack.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=199793

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post Apr 8 2017, 04:09 PM
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Big Eyes deserved to win sad.gif fitted in SO well with the movie and Lana was made to do songs for Tim Burton movies.

Boom Clap is a decent winner tho.

Amy Adams and Sebby to win their categories pls, but I know that won't happen.
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PREDICT!:

Best Script:
22 Jump Street
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Gone Girl
Lucy
Neighbors
The Imitation Game
Whiplash
X-Men: Days of Future Past

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post Apr 8 2017, 04:33 PM
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Probs Gone Girl (boo) but hope for either of the comic films.
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A lot their I want to win Best script but Whiplash, The Imitation Game or Gone Girl please
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BEST SCRIPT



01. Gone Girl (6 / 1)
02. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (3 / 2)
03. Whiplash (2 / 1)
04. X-Men: Days of Future Past (1 / 3)
05. The Imitation Game (0 / 3)
06. Lucy (0 / 2)
07. 22 Jump Street & Neighbors (0 / 0)

The award for Best Script goes to Gillian Flynn for her adaptation of her novel Gone Girl! It is a fantastic script full of twists & turns and I highly recommend you check it out! Into 2nd we have Captain America which got quite a few votes but not enough to catch Gone Girl which scored half of the top preference votes! CA: TWS is heavily loved on here so could it pick up something later?! Same with X-Men: DOFP which scored quite a few 2nd preference votes but not many 1st preferences to get it higher than 4th. In between the two superhero movies is the fantastic script for Whiplash, a script written by Damien Chazelle who picked up this award two years later here for 10 Cloverfield Lane! 5th place is the Oscar-winning script for The Imitation Game while twisty sci-fi thriller Lucy also picked up a few fans for its script! Great comedies 22 Jump Street & Neighbors had great scripts but not top 2 worthy for anyone as there was better here so they both picked up no first or second preference votes in their only nominations!

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Off to animation next! y'all know the drill, predict!


Best Animated Film:
How To Train Your Dragon 2
Mr Peabody & Sherman
The Book of Life
The Lego Movie
The Penguins of Madagascar

Best Voice Performance:
How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Cate Blanchett
The Book of Life - Zoe Saldana
The Lego Movie - Chris Pratt
The Lego Movie - Elizabeth Banks
The Lego Movie - Will Arnett
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Lego and ELizabeth to slay pls
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BEST VOICE PERFORMANCE



01. The LEGO Movie - Will Arnett (3 / 1)
02. The LEGO Movie - Chris Pratt (2 / 4)
03. How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Cate Blanchett (2 / 2)
03. The LEGO Movie - Elizabeth Banks (2 / 2)
05. The Book Of Life - Zoe Saldana (2 / 0)

Incredibly close battle here and despite this we end up with by far the WORST possible winner out of the options. WD guys. I really didn't like Batman in the highly overrated The LEGO Movie, which is one of the reason's I still haven't checked out the spin-off yet so hopefully that'll surprise me when I get round to it, and I thought Will was the weakest of the voice actors here. Anyway he beats Chris Pratt & Elizabeth Banks which is a shame as I rly liked those two despite not enjoying the film! Chris scored the most 2nd preference votes and all of #2-#4 needed just 1 more first preference vote to secure the win! Cate Blanchett also did pretty well here for her voice role in the HTTYD sequel & Zoe Saldana thankfully picked up a couple of last minute votes but it wasn't enough to stop her coming last sad.gif Zoe was my favourite and The Book Of Life is so so underrated sad.gif </3

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BEST ANIMATED FILM



01. The LEGO Movie (6 / 1)
02. How To Train Your Dragon 2 (3 / 3)
03. The Penguins of Madagascar (1 / 3)
04. The Book Of Life (1 / 1)
05. Mr Peabody & Sherman (0 / 1)

No surprise here as The LEGO Movie scores one of the biggest victory margins of the evening as it picked up over half the first preference votes in this category. I didn't particularly like it but I've gone on about that enough times so moving on! HTTYD 2 comes 2nd with a good amount of 1st/2nd preference votes and I thought this one was way better than its predecessor! Though will the 1st one win this award when we do 2010 (Spoiler: probs not considering its competition is Toy Story 3!). The Penguins of Madagascar was a fun but forgettable spin-off entry and does surprisingly well here with a few 2nd preference votes and The Book Of Life deserved WAY more than it got, such a stunning & beautiful film & an underrated gem! Rounding us off is Mr Peabody & Sherman which was a last minute entry to get this category up to 5 films and it makes no impact at all, though I did really enjoy this one!

pretty weak year for animation on the whole tbh!

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Will be taking a short break now and then we will continue with director so predicts/hype please! <3

Big Eyes - Tim Burton
Boyhood - Richard Linklater
Gone Girl - David Fincher
Whiplash - Damien Chazelle
Wild - Jean-Marc Vallee
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BETTER BE TIM
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BEST DIRECTOR



01. Gone Girl - David Fincher (4 / 0)
02. Boyhood - Richard Linklater (3 / 4)
03. Whiplash - Damien Chazelle (3 / 2)
04. Big Eyes - Tim Burton (2 / 1)
05. Wild - Jean Marc-Vallee (0 / 3)

Gone Girl scores its 2nd win of the night as David Fincher picks up the prize in a VERY close director race! Fincher scored four 1st preference votes for his fab direction, which leaves Richard Linklater's 12 years in the making and Damien Chazelle's debut just behind it in silver & bronze position. Linklater picked up four 2nd preference votes but he needed 1 more 1st preference vote to grab the win while Damien will hope to be in contention again this year for La La Land! Finishing up this ranking is Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes' & Wild's Jean Marc-Vallee, can either of their films pick up a win as this night goes on?! Both of them did pretty well here tbh; Big Eyes fans on here see Tim get a few 1st preference votes while Jean Marc-Vallee - who just finished directing HBO's smash-hit mni-series Big Little Lies - picked up a few 2nd preference votes! Tbh this is such a strong line-up & I would've been happy for any of them to have won!

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Predict! Hype! Who do you want to win?!

Boyhood - Patricia Arquette
Edge of Tomorrow - Emily Blunt
St Vincent - Naomi Watts
Still Alice - Kristen Stewart
The Imitation Game - Keira Knightley
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(I'll continue when more ppl turn up & comment!)
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PLEASE not Patricia, Boyhood is so overrated. Naoimi please.
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Patrica Please I love her in Boywood
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These are decent results so far but I've still not seen Gone Girl so I'm clearly missing out big time!

Not the best year for animation really but I absolutely adored Penguins of Madagascar (even more so than the main films!!), I thought it had some great jokes but it was never realistically going to win here so The Lego Movie was the next best choice really. Will Arnett is a very deserving winner though, he helps make the Batman jokes even funnier and I loved his solo film this year!

Keira Knightley to win! (or Emily Blunt, a very inspired choice!)
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BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

01. n/a ( / )
02. n/a ( / )
03. n/a ( / )
04. St Vincent - Naomi Watts (2 / 1)
05. Still Alice - Kristen Stewart (0 / 5)

Starting the top 5 in our supporting actress countdown is Kristen Stewart who secured her 2nd Buzzjack Oscar nomination for her performance in 'Still Alice', she gives a quiet but fantastic performance and continues to remain underrated af, glad we are at least giving her some attention for her acting on here! <3 Kristen failed to pick up any 1st preference votes but she received half of the second preference votes! Following Kristen is another actress I'm delighted that got nominated here, Naomi Watts for her fantastic performance in St Vincent, one of my favourite films of 2014 and an underrated gem! Naomi is fantastic in it & I am so happy she did pretty well here to get nominated and then get 2 first preference votes! Naomi unfortunately received barely any Awards attention in real life but a shock & deserved SAG nomination raised some hopes at least!

Emily v Keira v Patricia. Who's won?



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