We have two Oscar categories left for you to predict before the big show goes down this Sunday. And since some of the races have been anxiously, stressfully, white-knucklingly tight, we thought it was time for a fun one.
So, which of the five nominated films will win Best Animated Feature? Your choices are:
Wreck-It Ralph: The heartwarming story of a video game villain (that'd be Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly) who decides he doesn't want to be a bad guy anymore. Rich Moore's action-packed comedy picked up the National Board of Review Award for Animated Feature already.
Brave: The inspiring tale of a young Scottish princess named Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) who sets out on a quest to find her place in life has already won the BATFA Award and Golden Globe, possibly making the Disney-Pixar feature the frontrunner for the Academy Award.
ParaNorman: The coming-of-age tale of a boy named—what else?—Norman (voiced by Kodi Smit-McPhee) who can see and speak to the dead has been a festival favorite, but does the supernatural romp have enough steam to unseat one of the predicted favorites?
Frankenweenie: Director Tim Burton is now a two-time Oscar nominee, so maybe his saga of a boy who loses his beloved dog, reanimates said dog and causes chaos along the way can finally win him one? It has scored with both the L.A. and N.Y. Critics Associations.
The Pirates! Band of Misfits: The underdog of the group, having not won any awards this season, the movie about a band of misfit pirates (led by Hugh Grant, who voices The Pirate Captain) would be considered a huge upset if it won. But every award show needs an upset, right?!