Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis for 'There Will Be Blood,' where in his performance is just inexplicably flawless. I wasn't able to see George Clooney for 'Michael Clayton' so I can't basically judge him. Comapred with the rest of the nominees, Johnny Depp comes in second for me. His role as the demon barber of fleet street for the screen adaptation of the musical 'Sweeney Todd' shows how flexible he is as an actor (despite of all the negative reviews, I stand by this movie, I think it's amazing).
Best Actress: Marion Cotillard for 'La Vie en Rose.' Words will never be enough to justify the flawlessness of her performance. She is virtually the only actress in this movie, the center of everything. It's like she pulled Edith Piaf from her grave and lived her life for a while, she is just amazing! My second choice would have to be Ellen Page for 'Juno,' the crowd favorite. Julie Christie's role in 'Away From Her' though is also a deserving nominee. I'm glad Angelina Jolie is not on the list.
Best Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem for 'No Country for old men'
Best Supporting Actress: Haven't watched any. lol
Of course it's 'Ratatouille' for Best animated feature film.
'Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' for Achievement in art direction
and 'La Vie en Rose' for Achievement in Make-up.