Congratulations to our Gold Derby Expert Susan Wloszczyna for the best score of 85.00% when predicting the 2021 Critics Choice Awards film winners on Sunday. She is best among 16 Experts, journalists who cover the entertainment industry throughout the year. See Experts’ scores.
Almost 2,100 people worldwide predicted these movie champs announced at a Santa Monica ceremony hosted by Taye Diggs. Our top scorer got 17 of 20 categories correct on an evening filled with such upsets as Maria Bakalova for Best Supporting Actress, “Promising Young Woman” for Best Original Screenplay and “Palm Springs” for Best Comedy Film.
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For our other 15 Experts predicting, Joyce Eng (Gold Derby) is in second place at 80.00%. We then have a three-way tie at 75.00% for Tariq Khan (Fox TV), Nikki Novak (Fandango) and Kevin Polowy (Yahoo). Following at 70.00% are Clayton Davis (Variety), Christopher Rosen (Gold Derby), Jazz Tangcay (Variety) and Anne Thompson (Indiewire). Following at 65.00% are Erik Davis (Fandango) and Tim Gray (Variety). We then have Eric Deggans (NPR) at 55.00% and Grae Drake (Moviefone) and Susan King (Gold Derby) at 50.00%. Shawn Edwards (WDAF) only predicted 12 categories for 58.33% and Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) only picked 1 category correctly.
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