Roger Ebert Picks Oscar Winners: Firth, Rush, Steinfeld, Hooper, Sorkin and 'Incendies'
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Best Picture: The King's Speech (The Social Network was screwed by opening before Thanksgiving).
Best Actor: Colin Firth
Best Actress: Natalie Portman
Supporting Actor: Geoffrey Rush (Christian Bale's screwed by the King's sweep).
Supporting Actress: Hailee Steinfeld (because Melissa Leo and Amy Adams split the vote).
Original Screenplay: David Seidler (though Mike Leigh's was better).
Adapted Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin
Foreign: Incendies (though Ebert relies on trusted friends' reports).
Animated: Toy Story 3
Documentary: Inside Job (shoulda been Restrepo).
Cinematography: Roger Deakins
Film Editing: The Social Network
Art Direction: Alice in Wonderland
Makeup: Adrien Morot for aging Paul Giamatti
Score: Alexandre Desplat
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