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“Joker” goes into the awards as the most nominated film with 11 bids including Best Picture, though two other films appear to be the ones duking it.


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“Joker” goes into the awards as the most nominated film with 11 bids including Best Picture, though two other films appear to be the ones duking it.


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Both of [the Supporting categories] are basically cooked, Dern and Pitt have done all the politics perfectly for years of buildup and have had flawless seasons. This major category also had an upset last year when Olivia Colman shocked everyone and beat out Glenn Close for the win. What movies and stars are the favorites? I think if you're dying to put your name on every category, there are two clear plays here, but this isn't the sexiest option of the night. Each category will be broken down in terms of value and what I find to be a nominee worthy of throwing some money at. Brad Pitt has been unbeatable and even fired up some legendary speeches…. From Rear Ad…. What nominees have the best shot at pulling the upset? If anything crazy goes down, this could be the spot for 'The Irishman' to make its mark. This is the analytics breakdown from Walt Hickey in regards to the "resume" for each of the Best Picture nominees You can also see that 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' has some solid value heading into the Oscars, but I would focus all efforts and bets on the top two choices. I can't remember the last time the Best Animated Feature race was this wide-open, especially with a major Pixar property like 'Toy Story 4' in the mix. Last year, the fact is that a majority of the Academy ranked Green Book above Roma. Laura Dern also feels like a foregone conclusion and while I'm a big fan of her work, her performance didn't scream "Oscar" while I watched it. You could make a case for 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and Quentin Tarantino here considering this might be a bit of a consolation prize for the love-letter to Hollywood assuming it doesn't win Best Picture. A reminder that an upset happened in this category last year and the odds were quite similar when 'Green Book' toppled 'Roma'. The line has moved heavily in the favor of the movie this past week as well. I will note that the same logic I used for Best Actress does also apply here because I can't totally rule out Scarlett Johansson and her two nominations. Meanwhile, Walt Hickey sees both sides of the coin having value but wants to make sure you factor in the directors…. The process in which the Academy votes for Best Picture is complicated, so I'll go back to Walt Hickey, who put together a very good breakdown of how it works and why this race is so wide open Ranked choice is a process where people rank the Oscar movies on their ballot. I am going to try and answer it all Predicting award shows can be difficult, betting on them is even harder. The Super Bowl of Hollywood. The favorite in this category did win in as Spike Lee won for 'BlacKkKlansman' and I think this year's front-runner 'Jojo Rabbit' is a pretty strong bet. I mean, who wouldn't want to see 'Thor: Ragnarok' director Taika Waititi on stage? There's no question about what the Best Picture of is. Laura Dern has won every award leading up to the Oscars so we have a pretty clear foregone conclusion on our hands. The reason?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I actually had this category as a major value play last year, but this year the category is almost a near-lock for the favorite. My favorite description of the Best Picture category is when people say it is basically "Least Disliked Picture. If we are going to see a shocking upset on Sunday night, this might be the spot. But what is going to win? In terms of value, this feels pretty fairly priced. I'll favor Al Pacino here just due to the size of the odds, but if you're going to take a big risk, Joe Pesci would be worth it as well. To arrive at my determined values, I am using other awards show nominations and victories, thoughts from Barstool's own RearAd a movie award show gambling man , thoughts from Walt Hickey, who runs a fantastic analytics model for awards season over at Numlock , and the Oscars matchup-voting model used here by James England. There aren't many nominees on the board from Netflix that look like they have a strong shot, so 'Klaus' from the streaming company could be worth a play in this category. Just look at the standing ovation the cast got at the Screen Actor Guild Awards before they won the top prize…. While I have a hard time seeing Pixar losing this category with Woody and Buzz as their representatives, it is worth noting that 'Missing Link' won at the Golden Globes. On the other, Best Actress is insane, and Marriage story has been seen by a lot more people than Judy. Realistically, a nine-nominee field is not getting settled on the first ballot. Anything's possible here, I'd take those Honeyland odds. Because of the line being at , I think it's worth giving a strong look at 'Honeyland' , a movie causing a lot of buzz in Hollywood Matt Bomer, in an interview with Lights Camera Barstool , even mentioned it as one of his favorite movies of Literally nobody knows what's going to happen in Doc, not even oddsmakers, not even documentarians. This category isn't a priority of mine, but the reasonings to not totally ignore it are fairly justifiable. Sam Mendes is the chalk for Director and is certainly deserving for his work. The objective is to find the film most amenable to the largest number of people. With that said, Walt Hickey brings up a good point as to why Scarlett Johansson isn't the worst nominee to take a chance on…. Something like a two-thirds chance of a win seems fair to me given the risks of how the voting is handled, but this was a short season and mopped up at all the right times, given its recent momentum that may even be underpriced. I guess in a crazy world Adam Driver still has a chance, but Joaquin Phoenix is as big of a sure-thing as it gets when it comes to the Oscars. What competitive movies need is to simply be ranked better than their top rivals. There are a few ways to play Best Picture, but I have been on 'Parasite' all awards season and won't be backing off heading into the weekend. Walt Hickey agrees…. Rinse, lather, repeat with the male side of the Supporting acting category. The line has moved a ton for 'Parasite' director Bong Joon Ho over the last few days, even though all previous award shows this year make Sam Mendes a near-lock for the award. Let's cut right to the chase and dive into what you should be looking at for Oscars Sunday What was at one point a three-horse race is down two with the favorite '' and 'Parasite' , the movie with all of the momentum. But don't turn away from a solid amount of value plays from the animated field. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It has finally arrived. This whole campaign has felt a lot like that of J. The odds are crazy high in some categories, so a light sprinkle is usually all you need. Hopefully, the Academy isn't as scared of subtitles as Joe Six Pack is. The goal with this guide is to help give you the best bets to make a nice penny off of the award show. Meanwhile, 'Parasite' is close behind with some big wins of its own. Not saying these are as good as savings accounts, but they're not worth it. On one hand, Zellweger's functionally swept. James England's Oscars rankings further reinforce the point that people just simply didn't see 'Judy' they didn't see 'The Wife' with Glenn Close last year either… except for Barstool's own Rone, he loved the movie , meaning Johansson might be less of an underdog than we think. Again, Zellweger's the favorite, but there's so little viable angles in the acting categories so if you're feeling particularly risk-happy that's my best pick for you. These categories are much harder to predict and could go either way, I don't see a lot of plays in either, and the prices are set really well so I don't see an angle. I'll take that price. As always, bet with caution, nothing is a sure thing. I just don't see it. For me, there's just a vibe with 'Parasite' and the way people in Hollywood talk about it has me thinking it fits the bill for how the Best Picture voting works. The acting categories all feel like foregone conclusions and that stinks because it takes away so much suspense from the show. If you're bearish on , keep your powder dry; in that case the real wager for you is in director where the money is better, because if Parasite topples , we'll know it because Bong's beating Mendes. That's an outstanding price for Missing Link, winner of the Golden Globe. If you're bullish on , I think you can actually hedge this one pretty well by buying both Bong and , because a split decision seems tough given how essential the direction is for each of these works and the odds are better in direction. This isn't even a contest anymore. The votes are all counted up, and if one movie has more than 50 percent of votes, that movie wins. It's hard for me to go against 'Parasite' in any category where it is deemed the "favorite," especially with favorable odds at right now. History is very much on the side Mendes, and I would expect him to win, but I am absolutely taking a chance on Bong Joon Ho. And Pitt was fantastic in the role. Nobody is good at foreseeing animation prizes, no precursor is predictive, and the studio LAIKA has been throwing themselves at this wall for years. The hype train for 'Parasite' is really hard to ignore in all categories. Best Supporting Actor is traditionally the first award of the night and I expected Pitt to be the first to make a speech. James England's model actually has Florence Pugh at the top of the list, but I can't see anyone other than Johansson pulling what would be an absolutely stunning upset. Simmons for 'Whiplash' a few years back. The acting categories are sort of boring this year, especially in this category and everyone knows it. Due to prior particular wins on the awards circuit, is the favorite but the odds are hardly insurmountable see: CRASH Oscars. Rear Ad is doing the same…. Then the process repeats until some movie breaks 50 percent. This is the most wide-open category of the night and without much to base your selection on, it's a total crapshoot. Rear Ad is also on the 'Parasite' train with me on Sunday…. If you want to make a gamble in Best Picture, this is where you should actually be doing it. Rear Ad also sees some potential here…. The Academy Awards the Oscars if you're not a snob are finally here. I would strike now before the odds continue to even up…. What is worth betting on? With two nominations, the Academy and the people who nominate the categories clearly love Johansson, so it isn't totally crazy to think she might pull an upset in one of her two categories.