Poll Vault: Which of the Best Picture nominees have you seen?

  • In this image released by Fox Searchlight Films, George Clooney, left, and Shailene Woodley are shown in a scene from "The Descendants." The film was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.

    In this image released by Fox Searchlight Films, George Clooney, left, and Shailene Woodley are shown in a scene from "The Descendants." The film was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Films, Merie Wallace

  • "Hugo," a drama about an orphan who lives in a Paris train station, is one of nine films up for the Best Picture Oscar. The Academy Awards will be presented Feb. 26.

    "Hugo," a drama about an orphan who lives in a Paris train station, is one of nine films up for the Best Picture Oscar. The Academy Awards will be presented Feb. 26. Paramount Pictures

 
 
Updated 1/27/2012 1:23 AM

The Oscars nominations came out earlier this week, and this year I can say that I've at least heard of all the films up for Best Picture.

There are nine movies in that category:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

• "Hugo"

• "The Artist"

• "Moneyball"

• "The Help"

• "The Descendants"

• "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close"

• "The Tree of Life"

• "Midnight in Paris"

• "War Horse"

I've never seen all the nominees in any given year, although I came close in 1989 with four out of a mere five nominees: "Driving Miss Daisy," "Born on the Fourth of July," "Dead Poets Society" and "Field of Dreams." I didn't see (and still haven't seen) "My Left Foot."

Which of this year's field have you seen, and what are your predictions for Oscar night?

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