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Roger L Simon


February 22, 2013 - 9:17 pm
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This Sunday is Hollywood’s biggest night, so who will walk off with a heavy golden statue, and who will have to pretend the nomination itself was an honor? Lionel Chetwynd and I take a look at the major categories and test our powers of divination. Plus, we reveal what Academy voters were able to do for the first time ever in Oscar history.

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Roger L. Simon is an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, novelist and blogger, and the co-founder of PJ Media. His book, Turning Right at Hollywood and Vine: The Perils of Coming Out Conservative in Tinseltown, was re-released in an updated edition in 2011.

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Haven't seen everything but 3 things that jumped for me is "Life of Pi" for best adapted for its effortless clarity, Chastain for actress for carrying a picture and the biggest, Walsh for best supporting actor for also carrying a film; he should be a shoo-in for a quirky performance never before quite seen on film. When Walsh's character dies so does the film. If there was a worst supporting actor category it'd be Samuel Jackson for Django. Oddest nominee is "Skyfall" for cinematography.
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