Abbie Fentress Swanson
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Who do you want to win in this year's Academy Awards? Please let us know by voting below for your picks in some of the top categories.
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Diddo on that... voting process not working (not accepting votes from choices provided).
I give up! This ballot would not accept my votes. not sure why but this is not working.
Your ballot didn't allow me to vote for whom I wanted. Every time I tried, a message was displayed like this one Select a valid choice. 1. Mike Leigh for is not one of the available choices.No wonder the King's Speech gets all the votes!
The King's Speech is true storytelling without the need for super special effects, blood and guts, and other horrors which so many films these days depend on. It is a movie which all young people need to see. This is history come to life in a memorable way! Colin Firth was glorious! I hope this film wins for Best Picture and sets an example as to what film can and should be doing.
Pat Tillman Story
Although BLACK SWAN made me cringe and I was uncomfortable for days after seeing it, it is for that exact reason it should win Best Picture.
For shouldn't art elicit such a lasting emotional reaction.
While all the films this year were great, BLACK SWAN was in my opinion extraordinary.
Hello from Mexico City.
True Grit, y'all!
I am a major fan of Colin Firth and his fillms. He deserves to finally win an Oscar!
too bad Lesley Manville in Another Year left out - magnificent performance!
love Natalie Portman but not this charakter and this film!!
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