See how you did predicting LA Film Critics Awards

Almost 400 Gold Derby readers predicted the winners of this year’s Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Awards. In total, our Users logged almost 4,000 predictions. To see how you fared, log in to your account and under your profile picture click Los Angeles Film Critics Awards 2013.

Click here for a breakdown of all top scorers. To see how we fared predicting each category, click here.

Once again, this Southern California based group came up with some real headscratchers among their roster of winners. The frontrunner — “12 Years a Slave” — was all but shut out, taking just one award while “Her” proved to be a surprisingly strong contender, tying “Gravity” for Best Picture. 

Even so, one of our Users — Christian — scored an impressive 82% and won our reader contest. His prize: a $100 Amazon Gift Certificate.

Another 13 Users scored above our best Expert — Edward Douglas (Coming Soon) and Editor — Matt Noble — who both came in at 64%.

I got 55% as did Daniel Montgomery while Rob Licuria and David Schnelwar got 46%, Tom O’Neil scored 37, Chris Beachum got 30 and Tariq Khan (Fox News) was at 28%. 

Overall, we did best at predicting two of the races with ties — Actress and Supporting Actor — as well as the Cinematography award for “Gravity.” Our worst categories were Production Design which went to “Her” and that Animated Feature win for “Ernest & Celestine”.

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