Usually I'm not a fan of any of the big winners at the Oscars because the good movies never win and it always ends up being some film from France with subtitles and Dumb and Dumber doesn't even get nominated! But how is this possible?

 

The Oscars are this Sunday, and millions of people will be watching . . . even though MOST of us haven't even seen a SINGLE ONE of the movies nominated for Best Picture.

 

 

Nine movies have been nominated:  "American Hustle", "Captain Phillips", "Dallas Buyers Club", "Gravity", "Her", "Nebraska", "Philomena", "12 Years a Slave" and "The Wolf of Wall Street".

 

 

And in a poll of over 1,400 Americans, two-thirds say they haven't seen ANY of them.  That's 67% of us.

 

 

At 15%, "Captain Phillips" was the most-watched Best Picture nominee.  "Gravity" was second, at 14%.  And "American Hustle" and "The Wolf of Wall Street" were tied for third at 12%.