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oakley gascan polarized With the 84th Academy Awards just days away, here are the obligatory predictions for who will go home with Oscar gold on March 2. *********** BEST PICTURE 'American Hustle''Captain Phillips''Dallas Buyers Club''Gravity''Her''Nebraska''Philomena''12 Years a Slave''The Wolf of Wall Street' Should win: 'Her'Will win: '12 Years a Slave' 'Her' was my pick for the best film of 2013 - but the best film doesn't always win the top Academy Award. Although this race is a neck-and-neck race between 'Gravity' and '12 Years a Slave' - where 'Gravity' could very easily win this award - '12 Years a Slave' has the lethal combination of great performances, true story and a focus on America's worst sin. 'American Hustle,' with its strong all-around cast performances,k could be a surprise winner if 'Gravity' and '12 YAS' split votes. *********** DIRECTOR David O. Russell for 'American Hustle'Alfonso Cuarón for 'Gravity'Alexander Payne for 'Nebraska'Steve McQueen for '12 Years a Slave'Martin Scorsese for 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Should win: Alfonso CuarónWill win: Alfonso Cuarón Fun fact - the director who wins 'Best Director' award from the Directors Guild has gone on to win Best Director at the Academy Awards all but seven times since the DGA Award's began. Cuarón, who won the DGA honor this year, is one of two absolutely certain locks this year. *********** ACTOR Christian Bale for 'American Hustle'Bruce Dern for 'Nebraska'Leonardo DiCaprio for 'The Wolf of Wall Street'Chiwetel Ejiofor for '12 Years a Slave'Matthew McConaughey for 'Dallas Buyers Club' Should win: Matthew McConaugheyWill win: Matthew McConaughey McConaughey faces stiff competition from Ejiofor and a surging DiCaprio, but the 'Dallas Buyers' star will win this award not just based on his incredible performance, but because he has been arguably the best actor over the past two years. With his incredible turns in 'Bernie,' 'Mud,' 'Magic Mike' and 'True Detective,' McConaughey has finally become the great actor he was projected to become. Ejiofor has every claim to this award. But DiCaprio's nomination suspect and not on par with any of the other four nominees - if he wins, it will be a sort of 'body of work'/lifetime achievement award and not because his Jordan Belfort was a dynamic performance. *********** ACTRESS Amy Adams for 'American Hustle'Cate Blanchett for 'Blue Jasmine'Sandra Bullock for 'Gravity'Judi Dench for 'Philomena'Meryl Streep for 'August: Osage County' Should win: Cate BlanchettWill win: Cate Blanchett There are only two, 100 percent certain locks in this competitive Award Season - and Blanchett's brilliant performance in 'Blue Jasmine' towers over all her competition. Blanchett will win this award, you can take that to the bank. The unlikely dark horse could be the oft-nominated Streep, whose great performance is the only interesting aspect of the mundane 'Osage County.' *********** SUPPORTING ACTOR Barkhad Abdi for 'Captain Phillips'Bradley Cooper for 'American Hustle'Michael Fassbender for '12 Years a Slave'Jonah Hill for 'The Wolf of Wall Street'Jared Leto for 'Dallas Buyers Club' Should win: Barkhad AbdiWill win: Jared Leto Leto has all the Award Season momentum - he's won virtually every Supporting Actor award out there for his strong performance in 'Dallas Buyers.' That said, Abdi's character is the most dynamic in the field: his Somali pirate shifts effortlessly from charming, aggressive and desperate. *********** SUPPORTING ACTRESS Sally Hawkins for 'Blue Jasmine'Jennifer Lawrence for 'American Hustle'Lupita Nyong'o for '12 Years a Slave'Julia Roberts for 'August: Osage County'June Squibb for 'Nebraska' Should win: Lupita Nyong'oWill win: Lupita Nyong'o *********** ADAPTED SCREENPLAY 'Before Midnight' - Written by Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke'Captain Phillips' - Screenplay by Billy Ray'Philomena' - Screenplay by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope'12 Years a Slave' - Screenplay by John Ridley'The Wolf of Wall Street' - Screenplay by Terence Winter Should win: '12 Years a Slave'Will win: '12 Years a Slave' *********** ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY 'American Hustle' - Written by Eric Warren Singer and David O. Russell'Blue Jasmine' - Written by Woody Allen'Dallas Buyers Club' - Written by Craig Borten & Melisa Wallack'Her' - Written by Spike Jonze'Nebraska' - Written by Bob Nelson Should win: 'Her'Will win: 'Her' *********** ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 'The Croods''Despicable Me 2''Ernest & Celestine''Frozen''The Wind Rises' Should win: 'The Wind Rises'Will win: 'The Wind Rises' *********** CINEMATOGRAPHY 'The Grandmaster''Gravity''Inside Llewyn Davis''Nebraska''Prisoners' Should win: 'Gravity'Will win: 'Gravity' *********** FILM EDITING 'American Hustle''Captain Phillips''Dallas Buyers Club''Gravity''12 Years a Slave' Should win: 'Captain Phillips'Will win: 'Gravity' *********** FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM 'The Broken Circle Breakdown''The Great Beauty''The Hunt''The Missing Picture''Omar' Should win: 'The Hunt'Will win: 'The Great Beauty' *********** PRODUCTION DESIGN 'American Hustle''Gravity''The Great Gatsby''Her''12 Years a Slave' Should win: 'Her'Will win: 'The Great Gatsby' *********** VISUAL EFFECTS 'Gravity''The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug''Iron Man 3''The Lone Ranger''Star Trek Into Darkness' Should win: 'Gravity'Will win: 'Gravity'