|Left to right: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Paul Dano|
Ladies and gentlemen, we are very close to finally seeing who is going to win at the Oscars. It has been an exciting time with speculation of potential upsets and even the fact that there are three front runners at the moment for Best Picture. While Gravity is likely to be the biggest winner, there's potential for American Hustle to become a crowd favorite and steal the show. However, none of them compare to the best of them all. The one that in 20 years, we'll still be talking about and critiquing. Many have compared it to Schindler's List in terms of overall relevancy, and while that is a little hyperbolic for a film not even a year old, I agree with its powerful imagery and messages. I am of course talking about 12 Years a Slave.