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  1. Por enquanto o RottenTomatoes só tem uma critica registrada a do Emmanuel Levy, que deu B para o filme
  2. Eu só li A Bússola...E A Faca Sutil? Ela aparece bem pouco, né? Acho que no segundo filme ela ainda vai aparecer mais do q no livro, prq tem aquelas cenas finais de A Bússola q ficaram para o começo de A Faca. Ah!O Emmanuel Levy deu sua opinião sobre o filme, sua avaliação foi B,e a Bússola recebe seu primeiro FRESH no Rotten Tomatoes.
  3. http://www.reelzchannel.com/movie/229623/the-golden-compass?clipid=29597 Nesse endereço tem uma série de cenas novas, incluindo umas 3 da Kidman!E sinceramente, pelo q tenho visto parece q ela naum vai chamar atenção somente pelo seu desempenho em Margot naum, ela está excelente, sutil, sedutora, persuasiva, exatamente como pensava a Sra.Coulter.Promete ser a vilã do ano... texer2007-11-28 19:44:42
  4. Olha esse artigo que saiu depois da premiere de ontem em Londres: Nicole gets back her bearings in golden role Liz Hoggard, Evening Standard 28.11.07 Nicole Kidman fans can sleep easy. After a series of arthouse flops, she is back on magnificent form as Mrs Coulter in the new £90million movie version of Northern Lights, the opening episode of Philip Pullman's fantasy series, His Dark Materials. Dressed in vampish outfits, she hisses and caresses her way across the screen. We haven't seen such a complex portrait of cartoon evil since Cruella de Vil. Excitement was palpable at the premiere of the Golden Compass at the Odeon Leicester Square. After all it has become headline news. The Catholic League insists it's anti-Christian and has urged parents to ban their children from seeing it. The National Secular Society has condemned the decision to remove anti-religious references. But is it any good? Definitively, yes. A beautifully made, spectacularly designed family movie, it dares to ask serious questions about good and evil, free will and adolescent sexuality. Granted many of these topics will float over the heads of its younger audience - but there's a spoonful of medicine mixed in with the sugar. The first book sees Lyra travel from Oxford to the icy wastelands of the North, as she attempts to rescue her kidnapped friend and fight the Magisterium, which condones the surgical removal of children's souls. There are genuinely scary moments including a vicious battle between armoured bears and a chilling scene where scientists try to cut away Lyra's daemon (reminiscent of Nazi eugenics). How does it compare with His Dark Materials, the six-hour marathon staged by the National Theatre? Well, we miss some of the subversive storytelling - and no film can match the intimacy of live performance. But the film looks fabulous: all art deco interiors and hi-tech gadgets. Instead of using live puppets to create Pullman's talking daemons ( a metaphor for sexuality which only "fixes" when we reach puberty), director-Chris Weitz relies on CGI wizardry. Bond fans will relish seeing Daniel Craig as the bearded Lord Asriel, although his role won't develop until the next two parts. But it's 13-yearold British actress Dakota Blue Richards who is the major find. The antithesis of a Hollywood wonderbrat, she brings gravity, and a rare, grubbyelbowed stubbornness, to the role. http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/film/film-23...viewId=23423444
  5. Galera, quem quiser...A premiere de "A Bússola de Ouro" está para começar em Londres, daqui a duas horas.O link abaixo mostra uma cãmera ao vivo: http://www.radissonedwardian.co.uk/leicester-sq-webcam.html
  6. Gostei dessa parte: "a terrific central performance from Nicole Kidman, who may come to dominate our children's nightmares the way Robert Helpmann's Child Catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang once did ours."
  7. texer

    Austrália

    Todo mundo tá cansado de saber que o processo de filmagem de Baz Luhrmann é cansativo, exaustivo, leva anos...As filmagens de AUSTRALIA acabaram interferindo nas de THE READER que teve algumas cenas filmadas em Berlim e está prestes a mudar sua locação para manter Kidman no papel principal, que aliás lgo logo deve estar alguns quilos(muitos quilos) mais gorda.Já imaginaram isso? Nicole Kidman com pesos a mais, nunca pensei que fosse ver isso...Apesar dos pesares, Kidman continua vinculada ao novo filme de Stephen Daldry que tem previsão para receber a atriz nas locações em Janeiro. Cologne's MMC taking page from 'Reader' Nov 27, 2007 BERLIN -- A longer-than-expected shoot on Baz Luhrmann's "Australia" has produced an unlikely beneficiary halfway around the world. Overruns on "Australia" have led to logistical shuffling on star Nicole Kidman's next gig -- Stephen Daldry's "The Reader." To accommodate the new schedule, Daldry's adaptation of the Bernhard Schlink best-seller is shifting more work from Berlin's Studio Babelsberg to MMC Studios in Cologne. The production originally planned to spend 12 of a budgeted 75 shooting days in Cologne, but that is expected to increase substantially now. While Berlin will still serve as the backdrop for location shooting, more of the interior shots on "Reader" will head west. The film's producers have already shot some scenes without Kidman in and around Berlin. The shoot marks a reversal of fortunes for Cologne, which is heavily dependent on television production and thus far has not profited as much from Germany's current film production boom. Big studio productions such as "Valkyrie," "Speed Racer" and "The International" have all chosen to shoot in Berlin. "Reader" associate producer Michael Simon de Normier of SenfkornFilm credits regional subsidy body Filmstiftung NRW and its head, Michael Schmid-Ospach, for bringing the project to Cologne. Filmstiftung NRW is expected to announce funding for the project this week. Studio Babelsberg, which is co-producing the film with the Weinstein Co. and Sydney Pollack and Anthony Minghella's Mirage Enterprises, declined comment. The reshuffling of locations, however, is believed to be amicable. A love story set in postwar Germany, which ties dramatically into the Holocaust, "Reader" also stars Ralph Fiennes and Bruno Ganz. The film is set for a December 2008 release. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/conten...fb8d4f57073a8bb
  8. Caramba!As críticas para Nicole este ano, em Margot e Bússola, estão sempre remetendo a Um Sonho sem Limites do Gus Van Sant o que é excelente já que junto com Os Outros,Moulin Rouge, As Horas e Dogville é uma das melhores interpretações da Nicole, lembrada por muitos e esnobada no Oscar.Tô achando q o mesmo deve acontecer este ano com ela, seja por Margot seja por A Bússola de Ouro. Hoje vai ser a premiere deste filme em Londres!!!!!!!! Darth Vader versão Chanel...
  9. Esses são alguns trechos do artigo que saiu no Sydney Mornig Herald: Andrew Hornery November 24, 2007 In the US, meanwhile, her latest flick Margot At The Wedding hit the screens and, in London, Kidman was due to attend the premiere of The Golden Compass. She'll be in Sydney again next week to continue studio filming on Baz Luhrmann's Australia. It makes you wonder what she meant when she told The Washington Post in an interview promoting Margot that acting is "a very, very small part of my life now". How busy would she be if it was a big part of it? The good news for Kidman is that her brittle, chilly turn in Margot has her back in favour with the critics. "It takes a special sort of actress to play this character without audiences burning down the theatre. Kidman performs a kind of magic act," raved The Boston Globe. Its reviewer called Kidman the pioneer "of a unique kind of career - the movie star as audaciously serious actor". The New York Times reviewer A.O. Scott was equally impressed, saying of Kidman that "the more complicated she is allowed to be, the better she is, and a whole school of psychoanalysis could be founded on a case study of Margot" - and it's all just nicely in time for Oscar buzz. Me diga onde estão os blogueiros do Oscar que naum publicam isso?Esse esquemão me deixa nos nervos às vezes...
  10. Outra coisa, saiu essa matéria no Yahoo: "Margot at the Wedding" was Paramount Vantage's best per-screen debut after current drama "Into the Wild" and its 2006 documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" as well as the top opener for New York filmmaker Noah Baumbach. "Margot" earned $81,035 from New York's Angelika Film Center and Lincoln Plaza Cinemas and a per-screen average of $40,518 with the Angelika claiming slightly larger crowds. With high profile leads Nicole Kidman, Jack Black and Baumbach's spouse Jennifer Jason Leigh, "Margot," about a stressful reunion between two sisters at their sprawling Long Island family home, flashed strong potential for year-end awards and the accompanying boost in box office. "Noah Baumbach is a great filmmaker and the critics respond well to him," said Rob Schulze, Executive VP, Distribution, Paramount Vantage. "We'll be at 35 locations Wednesday and in the top twelve markets. We're anticipating that we'll see the same kind of response relative to those markets."
  11. Mas o cara do Oscar Jam é suspeito ele é fã da Nicole, tanto q colocou Kidman agora como aposta na categoria coadjuvante por A Bússola de Ouro, o q naum acredito muito.Mesmo assim é ótimo ver que desde Dogville em 2003, Margot at the wedding é o primeiro lançamento da Kidman com uma porcentagem aceitável.Bom sinal Tá subindo... 57% 33 frsh contra 25 rotten
  12. Só para constar já foram feitas atualizações no Rotten Tomatoes atualmente o filme está com 56%. 30 críticas a favor e 24 contra.Tá um meio a meio enlouquecedor!rsrsrsrsrsrs Alguém sabe quantos por cento o filme é considerado FRESH? Acho que 60%, se naum me engano...
  13. Esse eu sei que é dele, Tudo pela Fama. Valeu,pantalaimon.Essa briga entre os ursos é um dos melhores momentos do livro.Sangrenta.Quero muito ver o resultado na íntegra.
  14. Tem razão.Normalmente são obras que de primeira olhada são subestimadas, mas que assistindo são filmes maduros e sensíveis na medida certa.Gosto muito de Um Grande Garoto e Em Boa Companhia, se naum me engano este foi dirigido ou roteirizado por ele.
  15. Eu gostei do livro, tb naum acho que pelo filme naum ter cerca de 3 hrs de projeção isso venha a afetar sensivelmente a qualidade.
  16. Deve ficar entre março-abril do ano que vem.
  17. Pode ser q sim, mas naum levo muita fé e olha que sou um dos maiores torcedores para isso acontecer.O filme entra em cartaz nesta Sexta-Feira no resto dos EUA, vamos ver...Devem aparecer mais críticas, o grande problema é q os Oscar Watchers são muito obsessivos com determinados nomes como Cate Blanchett(ela é a atriz da vez agora) e ignoram outros desempenhos...
  18. texer

    Austrália

    Olha só esse trailer feito por um fã...Hilário! As últimas news dizem que Kidman e Jackman estão na Austrália filmando as últimas cenas de AUSTRALIA para o filme entrar em pós-produção, depois Kidman vai começar a promover A BÚSSOLA DE OURO e em Dezembro, começar a filmar THE READER do Stephen Daldry.
  19. Tem tb esses dois vídeos que achei na net sobre o filme: Participação da Nicole Kidman no Good Morning America: Entrevistas com Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Jason Leigh e Jack Black: http://www.reelzchannel.com/movie/231799/margot-at-the-wedding?tab=review#1014
  20. Parece que a avaliação de MARGOT AT THE WEDDING no RottenTomatoes estacionou mesmo, desde ontem à tarde está nos 52%, não sei se chegarão mais críticas, são 48 no total(devem chegar quando o filme estrear em mais cinemas). A Box Office da semana deu Beowulf, mesmo assim, estreando em somente 2 cinemas, o desempenho de Margot at the Wedding parece ter sido muito bom, não sei de números mas parece ter sido muito bom : EXCLUSIVE FANTASY MOGULS EARLY FRIDAY PTA ESTIMATES 1. NEW – Margot at the Wedding (Paramount Vantage) – 2 locations - $13,647 PTA 2. No Country for Old Men (Miramax) – 148 locations - $5,068 PTA 3. NEW – Beowulf (Dreamworks/Paramount) – 3,153 locations - $3,300 PTA 4. NEW – What Would Jesus Buy? (Independent) – 1 location - $3,284 PTA 5. NEW – Smiley Face (First Look) – 1 location - $1,971 PTA 6. Om Shanti Om (Eros Entertainment) – 114 locations - $1,842 PTA 7. War/Dance (Thinkfilm) – 3 locations - $1,581 PTA 8. The Assassination of Jesse James… (Warner Bros) – 84 locations - $1,250 PTA 9. American Gangster (Universal) – 3,110 locations - $1,222 PTA 10. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead (Thinkfilm) – 175 locations - $1,000 PTA EXCLUSIVE FANTASY MOGULS EARLY 3-DAY PTA ESTIMATES 1. NEW – Margot at the Wedding (Paramount Vantage) – 2 locations - $52,541 PTA 2. No Country for Old Men (Miramax) – 148 locations - $19,003 PTA 3. NEW – What Would Jesus Buy? (Independent) – 1 location - $9,852 PTA 4. NEW – Beowulf (Dreamworks/Paramount) – 3,153 locations - $9,570 PTA 5. NEW – Smiley Face (First Look) – 1 location - $6,800 PTA 6. Om Shanti Om (Eros Entertainment) – 114 locations - $6,724 PTA 7. War/Dance (Thinkfilm) – 3 locations - $4,743 PTA 8. American Gangster (Universal) – 3,110 locations - $4,148 PTA 9. The Assassination of Jesse James… (Warner Bros) – 84 locations - $4,063 PTA 10. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead (Thinkfilm) – 175 locations - $3,850 PTA EXCLUSIVE FANTASY MOGULS EARLY 3-DAY ESTIMATES 1. NEW - Beowulf (Dreamworks/Paramount) - $30.17M - $9,570 PTA - $30.17M cume 2. Bee Movie (Dreamworks/Paramount) - $13.5M - $3,389 PTA - $93M cume 3. American Gangster (Universal) - $12.9M - $4,148 PTA - $100.6M cume 4. Fred Claus (Warner Bros) - $10.37M - $2,880 PTA - $34.1M cume 5. NEW – Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (Fox) - $10.02M - $3,169 PTA - $10.02M 6. Dan in Real Life (Disney) - $4.56M - $2,400 PTA - $37.1M cume 7. No Country for Old Men (Miramax) - $2.81M - $19,003 PTA - $4.64M 8. Lions for Lambs (MGM/UA) - $2.56M - $1,155 PTA - $11.2M cume 9. Saw IV (Lionsgate) - $2.34M - $1,119 PTA - $61.8M cume 10. NEW – Love in the Time of Cholera (New Line) - $1.85M - $2,178 PTA - $1.85M cume 11. The Game Plan (Disney) - $1.18M - $865 PTA - $87.3M cume 12. Michael Clayton (Warner Bros) - $1.04M - $1,497 PTA - $37.1M cume 13. Bella (Roadside Attractions) - $993,750 - $2,179 PTA - $5M cume 14. 30 Days of Night (Sony) - $942,500 - $1,030 PTA - $39.1M cume 15. Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married? (Lionsgate) - $846,000 - $1,345 PTA - $54.4M cume 16. Gone Baby Gone (Miramax) - $810,000 - $1,528 PTA - $18.4M cume 17. Om Shanti Om (Eros Entertainment) - $766,500 - $6,724 PTA - $2M cume 18. Into the Wild (Paramount Vantage) - $731,000- $1,431 PTA - $13.7M cume 19. P2 (Summit Pictures) - $725,000 - $374 PTA - $3.4M cume 20. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead (Thinkfilm) - $673,750 - $3,850 PTA - $2.1M cume *Across the Universe (Sony) - $561,000 - $1,209 PTA - $23.3M cume *Lars & the Real Girl (MGM) - $503,200 - $2,062 PTA - $4.1M cume *Darjeeling Limited (Fox Searchlight) - $474,500 - $1,665 PTA - $10.1M cume *Martian Child (New Line) - $448,500 - $600 PTA - $7.1M cume *The Assassination of Jesse James… (Warner Bros) - $341,250 - $4,063 PTA - $3.9M cume *Lust Caution (Focus) - $143,500 - $1,864 PTA - $4M cume *NEW – Southland Tales (IDP Films) - $140,700 - $2,233 PTA - $140,700 cume *Saawariya (Sony) - $140,400 - $1,652 PTA - $795,000 cume *NEW – Margot at the Wedding (Paramount Vantage) - $105,082 - $52,541 PTA - $105,082 cume *Control (MGM/Weinstein) - $41,326 - $1,531 PTA - $627,000 cume *NEW – Redacted (Magnolia) - $21,663 - $1,666 PTA - $21,663 cume *Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten (IFC Films) - $18,294 - $1,407 PTA - $139,000 cume *War/Dance (Thinkfilm) - $14,230 - $4,743 PTA - $35,418 cume *Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (Disney) - $14,964 - $831 PTA - $73.5M cume *NEW – What Would Jesus Buy? (Independent) - $9,852 - $9,852 PTA - $9,852 cume *Darfur Now (Warner Independent) - $7,955 - $362 PTA - $86,000 cume *NEW – Smiley Face (First Look) - $6,800 - $6,800 PTA - $6,800 cume *The Life of Reilly (Reel Diva Consultants) – $6,503 – $1,626 PTA - $10,732 cume EXCLUSIVE FANTASY MOGULS EARLY FRIDAY ESTIMATES 1. NEW - Beowulf (Dreamworks/Paramount) - $10.4M - $3,300 PTA - $10.4M cume 2. American Gangster (Universal) - $3.8M - $1,222 PTA - $91.5M cume 3. Bee Movie (Dreamworks/Paramount) - $3.43M - $862 PTA - $82.9M cume 4. Fred Claus (Warner Bros) - $3.14M - $873 PTA - $26.9M cume 5. NEW – Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (Fox) - $3.08M - $975 PTA - $3.08M 6. Dan in Real Life (Disney) - $1.4M - $738 PTA - $33.9M cume 7. Lions for Lambs (MGM/UA) - $800,000 - $361 PTA - $9.4M cume 8. No Country for Old Men (Miramax) - $750,000 - $5,068 PTA - $2.5M 9. Saw IV (Lionsgate) - $745,000 - $355 PTA - $60.2M cume 10. NEW – Love in the Time of Cholera (New Line) - $580,000 - $675 PTA - $580,000 cume 11. The Game Plan (Disney) - $330,000 - $240 PTA - $86.5M cume 12. 30 Days of Night (Sony) - $290,000 - $317 PTA - $38.4M cume 13. Michael Clayton (Warner Bros) - $285,000 - $410 PTA - $36.4M cume 14. Bella (Roadside Attractions) - $265,000 - $581 PTA - $4.3M cume 15. P2 (Summit Pictures) - $250,000 - $129 PTA - $3M cume 16. Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married? (Lionsgate) - $235,000 - $374 PTA - $53.8M cume 17. Gone Baby Gone (Miramax) - $225,000 - $425 PTA - $17.8M cume 18. Into the Wild (Paramount Vantage) - $215,000- $421 PTA - $13.2M cume 19. Om Shanti Om (Eros Entertainment) - $210,000 - $1,842 PTA - $1.5M cume 20. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead (Thinkfilm) - $175,000 - $1,000 PTA - $1.7M cume *Across the Universe (Sony) - $170,000 - $366 PTA - $22.9M cume *Lars & the Real Girl (MGM) - $148,000 - $607 PTA - $3.7M cume *Darjeeling Limited (Fox Searchlight) - $146,000 - $512 PTA - $9.8M cume *Martian Child (New Line) - $130,000 - $174 PTA - $6.8M cume *The Assassination of Jesse James… (Warner Bros) - $105,000 - $1,250 PTA - $3.7M cume *NEW – Southland Tales (IDP Films) - $42,000 - $664 PTA - $42,000 cume *Lust Caution (Focus) - $41,000 - $532 PTA - $3.9M cume *Saawariya (Sony) - $39,000 - $459 PTA - $693,000 cume *NEW – Margot at the Wedding (Paramount Vantage) - $27,294 - $13,647 PTA - $27,294 cume *Control (MGM/Weinstein) - $11,978 - $444 PTA - $597,000 cume *NEW – Redacted (Magnolia) - $6,279 - $483 PTA - $6,279 cume *Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten (IFC Films) - $5,629 - $433 PTA - $125,700 cume *War/Dance (Thinkfilm) - $4,743 - $1,581 PTA - $25,900 cume *Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (Disney) - $4,534 - $252 PTA - $73.4M cume *NEW – What Would Jesus Buy? (Independent) - $3,284 - $3,284 PTA - $3,284 cume *Darfur Now (Warner Independent) - $2,486 - $113 PTA - $80,600 cume *NEW – Smiley Face (First Look) - $1,971 - $1,971 PTA - $1,971 cume *The Life of Reilly (Reel Diva Consultants) – $1,941 – $485 PTA - $6,170 cume www.slashfilm.com
  21. Tô acompanhando pantalaimon, mas parece q esse filme está dividindo os críticos. Os que naum gostam falam muito da "antipatia" da personagem Margot como um ponto negativo do filme, como se a platéia precisasse ter empatia com a personagem, os que defendem afirmam que mesmo q naum gostemos dela entendemos perfeitamente seus posicionamentos.Assim como a personalidade de Margot é controvertida o filme tb o é. Ah!Tem um "FOR YOU CONSIDERATION" de Margot no ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/MARGOT-AT-THE-WEDDING-OscarAd-NICOLE-KIDMAN-JACK-BLACK_W0QQitemZ170168173570QQihZ007QQcategoryZ18820QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosti Só uma atualização: O filme tá com 53% no RottenTomatoes!!!!!!!!!!
  22. Kate Bush vai cantar a música tema de A BÚSSOLA DE OURO, de sua autoria q se chamará "Lyra".
  23. Voltando ao Oscar, talvez seje uma das maiores injustiças da Academia.Naum li uma critica negativa ao trabalho da Kidman nesse filme, pelo contrário até agora são unânimes e exaltados os elogios a composição dela para Margot, mas infelizmente os Oscarwatchers, e acho sim q eles tem muita influência com relação as indicações a filmes e atores no Oscar, desconsideram Kidman muitas vezes por preconceito pelos seus trabalhos anteriores ou ás suas comentadas plásticas, sentenciando de vez a carreira dela...é de matar isso!
  24. Q seja Jongua, naum estou nem contando com essa possibilidade, claro q seria ótimo, mas só o fato de Nicole estar em um filme digno de seu nome já é para se comemorar!Naum é prq o filme pode naum ir para o Oscar q deve ser descartado...
  25. Tá subindo...43%!rsrsrsrsrsrsrs
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