The Oscar Winners of the last 5 Years. Full statistical Breakdown.

Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by lime, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. lime Movie critic

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    I digged in my Oscar archives, and I put together an interesting Oscar statistic for each of the Oscar winners of the last 5 years (Best Picture, Directing and Acting).

    In the statistic you can see how many precursors awards each Actor/Director/Picture have won, and how do they look compared to each other.

    Fact: 2007 has the most dominant Oscar winners, and 2010 has the least.

    Check it out:
    STATS (2007-2011)
     
  2. Pink Ranger The North Remembers

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    I love how supervillains dominate the Supporting Actor category.
     
  3. lime Movie critic

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    Dominated. The last two years...

    But this year, Leo is our hope to restore the tradition.
     
  4. Pink Ranger The North Remembers

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    3/5 of those "statistical winners" are hardcore villain roles.
     
  5. Doctor Jones Super Moderator

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    Yeah I would like to see an interesting list of supporting actor noms unlike last year.
     
  6. lime Movie critic

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    Yeah, that's my point. The last two years was a bit weak. The winners (Bale and Plummer) were great, but they broke that amazing 3 years streak of Villain Oscar Winning.

    This year I see only one villain to have a shot at the Oscar and that is DiCaprio in Django. And he has great chances. We will see.

    Interesting thing is that the Supporting Actress is actually now that great. There are hardly a dominant performance there.
     

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