This should be an interesting game. We always talk about who the best winner of each category was, so I decided to start this.
Here are the rules: 1.You must choose 5 winners from each category (including Best Picture) that you think are the best winners of that category. (To make it less difficult, only WINNERS can be nominees)
2.You do not have to vote in every category. However, the categories that you do choose to vote in must have no more and no less than 5 nominees.
3.When sending me your ballot, you must rank your nominees in order of who you think was the best. (#1 will get 5 points, #2 will get 4 points, #3 will get 3 points, #4 will get 2 points, and #5 will get 1 point).
4.All ballots must be sent to me by messaging me by Saturday September 1st, at 11:59 pm. Any ballots sent after that date will not be counted.
5.Here are the categories in which I will be accepting nominees:
BEST PICTURE BEST ACTOR BEST ACTRESS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS BEST DIRECTOR BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY BEST ANIMATED FEATURE BEST ORIGINAL SONG
Remember, only WINNERS from each category will be counted.
BEST PICTURE 1. All About Eve 2. Schindler's List 3. Terms of Endearment 4. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 5. West Side Story BEST ACTOR 1. Daniel Day Lewis- There Will Be Blood 2. William Hurt- Kiss of the Spider Woman 3. Jack Nicholson- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 4. Jon Voight- Coming Home 5. Sean Penn- Milk BEST ACTRESS 1. Elizabeth Taylor- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 2. Meryl Streep- Sophie's Choice 3. Anne Bancroft- The Miracle Worker 4. Barbra Streisand- Funny Girl 5. Marion Cotillard- La Vie En Rose BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR 1. Gig Young- They Shoot Horses, Don't They? 2. Robert DeNiro- The Godfather Part II 3. Christopher Walken- The Deer Hunter 4. Timothy Hutton- Ordinary People 5. Tim Robbins- Mystic River BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS 1. Ruth Gordon- Rosemary's Baby 2. Sandy Dennis- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 3. Patty Duke- The Miracle Worker 4. Rita Moreno- West Side Story 5. Marcia Gay Harden- Pollack BEST DIRECTOR 1. Steven Spielberg- Schindler's List 2. Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins- West Side Story 3. Mike Nichols- The Graduate 4. William Wyler- The Best Years of Our Lives 5. Woody Allen- Annie Hall