She had broken her toe.
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But before 5 p.m., Hann’s day was looking up because she was $100 richer thanks to her perfect score entry in The Herald-Mail Oscar Picks contest.
Of the 106 qualified entries, Hann was the only person to name all 10 categories correct.
Hann, 31, of Fayettesville, Pa., said this is the first year she entered the contest.
A movie-lover, Hann said she didn’t get to many of the nine films that were nominated for Best Picture this year. Of the movies she did watch, Hann said she opted to rent.
“I watch a lot of stuff from home,” she said.
Hann, who is owner of her own photography studio, Hann’s On Portraits, said her secret to naming all the winners was simply following previous awards shows, especially The Golden Globes.
“I watched (the Globes) and I think what really got me was that Adele won for Best Song,” she said.
Adele’s Oscar-winning “Skyfall,” piqued Hann’s interest in the James Bond movie of the same name.
And that interest, she said, started her looking into other nominated movies such as “Silver Linings Playbook,” “Lincoln” and “Zero Dark Thirty.”
She found “Zero Dark Thirty” to be a bit of a bore.
And although she correctly identified “Argo” as the winner, Hann said she “absolutely loved” “Lincoln.”
Hann said she still has a list of the other flicks she’d like to see — namely Best Picture winner “Argo” and Best Original Screenplay winner “Django Unchained.”
Her favorite movies are of the action sci-fi genre, but she also said she does likes biographical films as well. That’s why “Lincoln” received high marks from her. Her favorite movie is “Glory.”
She said she liked that in “Lincoln” they showed that the 16th president as a man. It didn’t hurt that her favorite actor, Daniel Day Lewis, portrayed Lincoln in the movie.
“He’s such a great actor,” she said. “He’s able to get into the role and really become the role.”
Hann was one of the few who correctly guessed Ang Lee as the winner for Best Director. Unfortunately, she hasn’t seen that movie yet, either.
And don’t ask Hann what she thought of Seth MacFarland’s turn as host for the Academy Awards. She missed the show because she was coming back from a photography job.