Here's a tough one.
Try and pick the winners for the major prizes at this year's Oscars.
2010 was a fantastic 12-month span for film-goers with numerous top notch films released.
Here are my picks for the top six prizes.
THE KING'S SPEECH WILL REIGN OVER ACADEMY AWARDS
Leading actor: Colin Firth (The King's Speech)
Supporting actor: Geoffrey Rush (The King's Speech)
Leading actress: Natalie Portman (Black Swan)
Supporting actress: Amy Adams (The Fighter)
Best director: Tom Hooper (The King's Speech)
Best picture: The King's Speech
Notice a trend here?
WHAT WILL HELP THE KING WIN
Here's why I'm predicting a landslide of awards for The King's Speech.
It has numerous strengths to draw on come Oscar night. The King's Speech is based on a true story about events leading up to the Second World War. The drama, much like The Social Network (Two-Disc Collector's Edition), highlights the importance of a new communication device - in this case, the radio.
And, while Mark Zuckerberg comes off looking awfully bad in The Social Network, King George VI triumphs over his stuttering and leads his nation into the Second World War. How's that for inspirational?
I've chosen Winter's Bone for adapted screenplay in my office Oscar pool mainly because I think Oscar voters will want to give some recognition to this drama starring Jennifer Lawrence and Isaiah Stone.
But I'm still rooting for True Grit and its beautiful script. Don't see this Coen brothers film for the action. It is brief and intense. Instead, relish in how its characters speak. What a real treat.
INCEPTION WILL TAKE SEVERAL TECHNICAL AWARDS
I'll tap Inception for several technical awards including cinematography, sound editing and visual effects.
Other picks: Toy Story 3 for animated feature (but no nod for the very funny Despicable Me (Single-Disc Edition), pity, Biutiful for foreign language film and If I Rise (127 Hours) for original song.
What are your picks?
Watch the Oscars Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. Eastern on ABC.