Congratulations to our User nymk17 for the best score of 95.00% when predicting the 2021 Critics Choice Awards film winners on Sunday. He is actually tied with krismascarenas, cesarams and Patrickrivers87 at that percentage but has the higher score of 14,710 by using his 500 point bets wisely.
Almost 2,100 people worldwide predicted these movie champs announced at a Santa Monica ceremony hosted by Taye Diggs. Our top scorer got 19 of 20 categories correct, including such tough ones as Maria Bakalova for Best Supporting Actress, “Promising Young Woman” for Best Original Screenplay and “Palm Springs” for Best Comedy Film. His only miss was taking Helena Zengel instead of Alan Kim for Best Younger Actor or Actress.
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For our 10 Editors predicting, the top spot is held by Joyce Eng, Matt Noble, Paul Sheehan and myself at 80.00%. Marcus Dixon is next at 75.00%. Tied at 70.00% are Rob Licuria and Christopher Rosen. Zach Laws and Daniel Montgomery follow at 65.00%. Riley Chow predicted just 12 categories for 75.00%. See Editors’ scores.
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