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O trailer de Fantastic Mr. Fox é demais. Esse aí quero ver na estréia.

 

Sobre a disputa de animação, acho que tem tudo pra ser bem interessante. Pixar vs Myiazaki vs Selick vs Anderson vs princesa e o sapo seria uma seleção da pesada, extremamente variada, o que é mais bacana, embora to achando que alguns desses podem acabar não sendo indicados...

 

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Ah, o Scorsa vai receber o prêmio Cecil B. DeMille esse ano no Globo de ouro. Já tenho um motivo pra assistir a cerimônia 16

 
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Christian McKay Strong Supporting Actor Contender


Posted by Sasha Stone On November - 14 - 20098 COMMENTS






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There have been rumblings about McKay’s portrayal of Orson Welles
all year.  In one of his Twitter posts yesterday @stevepond wrote that
McKay was “staggering” in the role and that they’ll run him in
supporting “even though he dominates the movie,” he says.


Good move, though, as the Best Actor race has now officially become
the most crowded category.  Supporting Actor feels open enough right
now – it might come down to Stanley Tucci vs. Stanley Tucci vs.
Christian McKay vs. Christopher Plummer vs. Christoph Waltz vs. Alfred
Molina.  It is always a depressing truth every year to find almost
triple the amount of actors to actresses in the Oscar race, both
categories.


Let’s talk quickly about Supporting Actor.    By the time the Globes
nominations roll out, Supporting Actor starts to feel locked up.  
Though that isn’t always the case.  Matt Damon in Invictus could be a
last-minute entry, and who knows who else.  It’s a fun game to play and
it wouldn’t be fun if it was already all figured out.


It is looking pretty good right now for:


Christoph Waltz – owns Inglourious Basterds.

Stanley Tucci - not only a beloved actor within
Hollywood, an underrated one at that, but sure to deliver another great
one in The Lovely Bones, adding to his wonderful turn in Julie &
Julia.

Christian McKay – take it to the bank.

Alfred Molina - it’s going to be hard to not fall in love with An Education — Molina or Peter Sarsgaard should be recognized in the supporting category – both are great.

Christopher Plummer – long, love overdue.


And then the two from The Hurt Locker, Anthony Mackie and Brian Geraghty
Brilliant performances by both of them.  The ensemble for The Hurt
Locker should see some SAG love if all goes well.  There is Woody Harrelson for The Messenger.    Jake Gyllenhaal and Sam Shepard are both going to be pushed for supporting for Brothers.  It might be silly to mention Zach Galifianakis
for a supporting nod, but the reason he might not be considered has
nothing to do with his work and all to do with his reputation.  If he
were a “serious” actor turning in the same performance he would be a
shoo-in.   It’s just that he’s a comedy guy and no one takes them
seriously.  For all of the names up for consideration, check out the Gurus chart.


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Brenda Blethyn angles for Oscar attention in ‘London River’

Posted by Guy Lodge · 12:00 pm · November 14th, 2009

 

 

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the surfeit of underdog titles vying for Oscar glory, a special prize

for maximum cojones should go to the producers of indie Brit drama “London River,”

who are mounting a campaign for Brenda Blethyn’s superb lead

performance — despite the obstacle of the film lacking a US distributor.

The film (which was disqualified as Algeria’s Oscar entry due to

excessive English dialogue) has just begun a week-long qualifying run

in L.A., and if you happen to be around, you owe it to yourself to give

it a look.

As I wrote in my June review

of the film from the Edinburgh fest, it’s a quiet, humane piece dealing

with the still-sensitive subject of the London terrorist attacks of

July 2005. Despite this political currency, the film doesn’t draw overt

attention to itself — but it affords Blethyn her finest showcase since “Secrets and Lies,” tempering the familiar rhythms of distraught-parent drama with less flattering streaks of prejudice and self-absorption.

 

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Primeira sessão de imprensa de Nine, de Rob Marshall, ontem à noite. Sala lotada em LA. Imagino que a outra sessão simultânea, em Nova York, esteja do mesmo jeito. Primeira coisa, logo na entrada: todo mundo tem que assinar um documento jurando não resenhar o filme antes do dia 15 de dezembro ( gosto da data!) – a estréia oficial em LA e NY é dia 18 de dezembro, no Brasil, 15 de janeiro.

Portanto, caras e caros, não posso dizer mais além disto, por enquanto: que aplausos pontuaram a sessão e coroaram seu final; que fiquei feliz ao ver o nome querido e saudoso de Anthony Minghella nos créditos finais (ele é um dos autores do roteiro, estupendo); e que há muito tempo não vejo mulheres tão espetacularmente belas numa tela, e não sabia que Daniel Day Lewis sabia cantar e fazer acrobacia.

Num ano paupérrimo é um prazer ver um tributo a um cinema feito com a alma, num tempo em que cinema valia a pena.

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The Oscar show you didn’t see

Posted by Guy Lodge · 4:22 am · November 15th, 2009

 

 

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those of us not important/famous/rich enough to have attended last

night’s honorary Oscars presentation, the Governors’ Awards — tickets

began at $350, apparently — Steve Pond has a comprehensive report of the proceedings, complete with pictures and some gossipy details.

I’ve complained before

about the Academy denying us Joe Public movie fans the chance to see

industry titans Lauren Bacall, Gordon Willis, Roger Corman and John

Calley finally take a trip to the Oscar podium, but what’s done is

done. And to go by Pond’s account, the upshot for them (if not for us)

is that they got to bask in the spotlight for longer than the main

ceremony would have allowed — though Calley was, unfortunately, too ill

to attend.

Indeed, despite featuring only four award presentations, the night

ran for three-and-a-half hours, the length of most Oscarcasts. Still,

despite some organizational hiccups, a good, relaxed time seems to have

been had by all.

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O trailer de Fantastic Mr. Fox é demais. Esse aí quero ver na estréia.

  

 

Rolou na Mostra, mas não consegui ver... É bom mesmo entrar em cartaz! Ainda lembro o fiasco que fizeram com Zissou... 11

 

Mas consegui ver uma outra animação que nem estão considerando, chamada My Dog Tulip. A técnica é bem precária, mas o filme é fora de série.
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O trailer de Fantastic Mr. Fox é demais. Esse aí quero ver na estréia.

  

 

Rolou na Mostra' date=' mas não consegui ver... É bom mesmo entrar em cartaz! Ainda lembro o fiasco que fizeram com Zissou... 11

 
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A data programada até agora é 4 de dezembro, mas não sei se vão mudar.
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A Non-Committal Post on Nine

 

I'm not allowed to talk about it yet. Sorry! Give it a week. I will say I enjoyed (whew)

and that I thought Marion Cotillard was best-in-show fantastic ...and

with that note, I imagine thousands of Cotillard Groupies just went a

little slack-jawed given the heated exchanges during Oscar Race '07.

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will talk about the Q&A soon, though. The entire cast (sans Sophia

Loren) was there and gazing upon Judi Dench and Daniel Day-Lewis in the

same space but especially seeing Nicole Kidman and Penélope Cruz

simultaneously (you know how I do) made my head explode.

 

I am actually typing this with no head. I am headless. The adrenaline in my muscle tissues is moving my fingers and at any moment I cou

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O trailer de Fantastic Mr. Fox é demais. Esse aí quero ver na estréia.

  

 

Rolou na Mostra' date=' mas não consegui ver... É bom mesmo entrar em cartaz! Ainda lembro o fiasco que fizeram com Zissou... 11

 

Mas consegui ver uma outra animação que nem estão considerando, chamada My Dog Tulip. A técnica é bem precária, mas o filme é fora de série.
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Pior é que com certeza Mr. Fox será lançado em cópia dublada, o que deve comprometer a comicidade do filme (ainda mais com um elenco desses).09
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