I haven't had the chance to watch Biutiful yet (I was going to see it while I was visiting my brother over spring break, but instead we sat around playing Magic The Gathering, insulting people as they passed by... It was pretty fun), so this list won't be 100% what I was hoping it might be. Doesn't matter, my lists evolve over time anyway. So, without further ado -- and no flashy pictures or haphazard write-ups -- I present you this list. Behold:
19. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World
18. Get Low
17. Blue Valentine
16. Dinner For Schmucks
15. Another Year
14. I Love You Phillip Morris
13. Black Swan
12. Exit Through The Gift Shop
11. The Ghost Writer
10. Shutter Island
8. The Town
6. Animal Kingdom
5. The Fighter
4. Toy Story 3
3. 127 Hours
2. The King's Speech
1. The Social Network
A few weeks ago I asked you to vote for the nominees, and a few days ago for the winners. Here are the results:
Best Supporting Actress
See you again next year, and thank you for voting/reading the 2010-2011 RT Movie Awards!
10. William Wyler
Almost a month ago we started voting, and here we are with the nominees in our 8 categories, as voted by a number of you here on RT:
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
In this category there were 6 nominees, and when it came down to narrow it down to 5, I couldn't make up my mind who to snub, so I kept it at 6.
? Amy Adams - The Fighter
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
This one surprised me with it's fifth nominee, which was an undoubtedly terrific performance, but still overlooked.
? Christian Bale - The Fighter
-BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY-
Again, the fifth came as a surprise, but you can't really argue with it.
-BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY-
No real surprises here, though I don't think True Grit deserves this nomination.
? The Social Network
A couple of surprising nominees here, but none are undeserving.
? David Fincher - The Social Network
Due to congestion in the supporting actress category and a few votes for her as a lead, I bumped up Steinfeld to fill out this category.
? Natalie Portman - Black Swan
So much better than the Oscars...
? Colin Firth - The King's Speech
Once again, I can't agree on True Grit, but the rest are fantastic.
? The Social Network
Voting for the winners should start next week.