"Crash," despite critical indifference, remains a resonant contender many months after its release. The Bagger senses that what seemed to be a runaway year for "Brokeback" may end up to be more complicated when the Oscar credits — finally — roll.
Some categories are fairly straightforward. "Brokeback" is a lock for adapted screenplay, while "Crash" will just as surely get original screenplay. Major movies that missed out in the major categories will come up large in technical competition, with "Memoirs of a Geisha" probably winning costume and art direction, and "King Kong" winning sound editing and visual effects. "The Chronicles of Narnia" will win a token Oscar in makeup. "Wallace and Gromit" is a safe but not sure bet for animated feature, cinematography will go either to "Brokeback" or "Geisha," with "Brokeback" favored by a nose.
NYT - The Red Carpet
samedi 4 mars 2006
Derniers pronostics (toujours aussi vains) avant le grand soir où les stars se croient obligées de venir s'emmerder pendant plus de 3 heures avant d'attérir dans une bonne soirée privée.