Top Five Most Comforting Academy Award Picks

WACO, Texas (Feb. 27, 2014) – The 86 Annual Academy Awards are March 2. Many great films debuted in 2013 and Aire Serv has the five most comforting picks for the Academy Awards.

Academy Award pick for Best Picture


Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and Lieutenant Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) attempt to return to earth after a mid-orbit collision with space debris. Aire Serv picked “Gravity” because of the high level of comfort between the two astronauts and knowing how many people wanted a safe return for the astronauts.

Academy Award pick for Best Actor in a Leading Role

Chiwetel Ejiofor , “12 Years a slave”

Born free and forced into slavery, 12 Years a slave depicts the true story of Solomon Northup. Northup was kidnapped in Washington D.C., and forced to work on a Louisiana plantation for 12 years before being released. Aire Serv selected Ejiofor for the Best Actor award for his performance.

Academy Award pick for Best Actress in a Leading Role

Sandra Bullock, “Gravity”

Sandra Bullock pulled off another stunning performance in “Gravity.” Aire Serv picked Bullock for the Best Actress in a Leading Role for her depiction of Dr. Ryan Stone. Bullock is always comfortable in her roles and brings out the best in the characters she plays.

Academy Award pick for Best Animated Film


Any time a film features harsh winter conditions Aire Serv, your comfort company, will pick the film to win hands-down. Much like Aire Serv, this film features people trying to make unbearably cold conditions go away.

Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay


This film features Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) as a man who finds comfort and companionship with his talking operating system while going through a divorce. Aire Serv picked “Her” for Best Original Screen Play because of the original way a person finds comfort.