The Gurus have shifted position after Ben Affleck won Best Director and Best Picture from both the BFCAs and the Globes. The folks over at Gold Derby are similarly split... (Read More)
If there were any doubts before, there are no doubts now. The black and white silent French film, The Artist, has taken the lead in this year’s Best Picture... (Read More)
David Poland asked the Gurus to submit their picks before this whole trashy story about The Hurt Locker emerged — and thus, I expect several may change their Best... (Read More)
Usually they are just a group of scores on a chart, but this week the Gurus of Gold did something a little different – they had an essay portion.... (Read More)
I told David Poland I didn’t want to participate in the Gurus of Gold this week because he was doing percentages. My experience awards watching has taught me that... (Read More)
As you can see, I have slipped The Hurt Locker into my number one spot to win Best Picture, along with Director and Screenplay. It is far too early... (Read More)
There is also a yes and no poll definitely worth a look.
Here are the top ten according the Gurus of Gold. Click here to see the rankings in the other top categories.
The Gurus of Gold have laid it down after screening many of the Oscar contenders — most of them have seen Nine, Invictus, Up in the Air — most... (Read More)
I decided to have some fun with the latest Gurus chart – no I didn’t do anything so dramatic as to flip the world on its axis but I... (Read More)