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VINGADORES: ULTIMATO – DIRETOR EXPLICA PORQUE ROBERT DOWNEY JR. DEVERIA GANHAR UM OSCAR!

 33m -  490 – Ele merece esse reconhecimento?

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POR GUILHERME SOUZA  Vingadores: Ultimato foi um filme cheio de momentos marcantes, mas nada supera a emocionante cena do Homem de Ferro, que marca o fim da jornada de Robert Downey Jr. no Universo Cinematográfico Marvel.

 

O ator responsável por dar vida a Tony Stark também é responsável por criar a base para a tudo o que conhecemos hoje e sua perda foi algo extremamente doloroso para os fãs. Em uma recente entrevista, Joe Russo, um dos diretores por trás do filme, falou um pouco sobre a responsabilidade em dirigir dois dos filmes mais caros da história.

Além disso, o cineasta afirma que não fizeram filmes para premiações, mas que Robert Downey Jr. certamente merece uma indicação ao Oscar por sua performance.

“Nós não fazemos filmes para premiações.” explicou Joe Russo. “Sim, fazer isso foi extremamente difícil. Nós fizemos os dois filmes mais caros da história um atrás do outro. Mas eu só quero lutar por uma coisa e é pelo Robert Downey.”

“Eu não sei se eu já vi – na história do cinema – um público mundial reagir à uma performance da maneira que fizeram à do Robert Downey naquele filme,” adiciona Joe Russo. “Havia gente berrando nos cinemas, tendo hiperventilação. Quero dizer, essa é uma performance profunda, quando você consegue tocar o público do mundo todo nesse nível. Nunca vimos algo como isso e se isso não merece um Oscar, eu não sei o que merece.”

 

O momento da morte de Stark certamente foi impactante, mas será que esse impacto se deu só por conta da atuação de Robert Downey ou também por conta de todo o histórico e importância do personagem?

https://legiaodosherois.uol.com.br/2019/vingadores-ultimato-diretor-explica-porque-robert-downey-jr-deveria-ganhar-um-oscar.html

 

Acho que se eu fosse dar um Oscar pro RDJ por algum filme da Marvel seria no Guerra Civil. Ali achei ele bão pra caramba. Aqui acho que ele mereceria mais pelo "conjunto da obra" (de tudo que ele fez e representa para esses filmes) do que pelo filme em si (apesar dele estar ótimo como sempre).

Acho que não leva nem indicação e mesmo se for indicado, o Oscar de ator esse ano já tem um dono palhaçudo por aí...

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@Jailcante, olha só, você que também segue o Dalenogare...Eu relatei a ele que estou com dificuldades de encontrar o curta "St. Louis Superman", e ele me informou que o curta estreia nos Estados Unido

Só lembrando que ele já merecia uma indicação por Embriagado de Amor. Quando dão o papel certo ele é ótimo.

Não é impossível, mas ficou bastante improvável. Globo de Ouro, PGA, DGA, e, em pouco tempo, BAFTA. Foda.

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FESTIVAL DE VENEZA 2019:

  • Leão de Ouro – Joker, de Todd Phillips
  • Leão de Prata, Grande Prémio do Júri – J’Accuse, de Roman Polanski
  • Leão de Prata, Melhor Realizador – Roy Andersson, por About Endlessness
  • Taça Volpi para a Melhor Actriz – Ariane Ascaride, por Gloria Mundi, de Robert Guédiguian
  • Taça Volpi para o Melhor Actor – Luca Marinelli, por Martin Eden, de Pietro Marcello
  • Melhor Argumento – Yonfan, por N. 7, Cherry Lane
  • Prémio Especial do Júri - La mafia non è più quella di una volta, de Franco Maresco
  • Prémio Marcello Mastroianni para o Melhor Jovem Actor ou Actriz – Toby Wallace, por Babyteeth, de Shannon Murphy
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GENTE...

FESTIVAL DE VENEZA 2019:

  • Leão de Ouro – Joker, de Todd Phillips
  • Leão de Prata, Grande Prémio do Júri – J’Accuse, de Roman Polanski
  • Leão de Prata, Melhor Realizador – Roy Andersson, por About Endlessness
  • Taça Volpi para a Melhor Actriz – Ariane Ascaride, por Gloria Mundi, de Robert Guédiguian
  • Taça Volpi para o Melhor Actor – Luca Marinelli, por Martin Eden, de Pietro Marcello
  • Melhor Argumento – Yonfan, por N. 7, Cherry Lane
  • Prémio Especial do Júri - La mafia non è più quella di una volta, de Franco Maresco
  • Prémio Marcello Mastroianni para o Melhor Jovem Actor ou Actriz – Toby Wallace, por Babyteeth, de Shannon Murphy

Será, Brasil? Coringa sendo o arrasa prêmios?

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TIFF 2019:

A Personal History of David Copperfield

First Reactions:

William Caruana: The Personal History of David Copperfield is a delight. Combining the whimsy of Wes Anderson, the humor of Monty Python, and Dickins’ classic with Iannuci’s signature wit, it is an anarchonistic delight. Cast is superb, Patel and Laurie best Favorite of year so far. 10/10

Scott Menzel: The Personal History of David Copperfield is lighthearted and charming. Armando Iannucci moves away from political satire and takes on a beloved Dickens novel. The cast which includes Dev Patel, Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie, and Peter Capaldi are all-around terrific.

Luke Hearfield: The Personal History of David Copperfield was not what I expected but by golly-wow was it a delight. Armando Iannucci brings Charles Dickens novel to life with such haste and exuberance. It’s weird, wacky and witty. Every performance is a treat

Jacqueline Coley: Ok, I really dug THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD. But asking me if I liked a multi-cultural period drama starring (Long Haired) Dev Patel w/ a Blk female love interest is a bit like asking Winnie the Pooh if he likes honey or Quentin Tarantino if he likes feet

Audrey Fox: THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD teaches the world a couple lessons it really should already know:
1. Dev Patel is a megastar running on pure charisma and people not casting him in their movies are straight up fools.
2. Armando Iannucci can do ANYTHING.

AA Dowd: Impressed by how much plot Armando Iannucci nimbly packs into his adaptation of THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD. Can’t help but still feel like cliffs notes, but as with THE TRUTH, it’s a change of pace that bears the unmistakable mark of its maker

Allison Willmore: THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD: Is an intensely whimsical take on the Dickens novel/Dickens himself, but not an especially interesting one? Felt odd not to be won over by the cast alone (the cast!) but, a few charming bits aside, never really clicked for me

Katy Rich: The movie is lovely and funny and riotously well-cast—a bold adaptation that doesn’t seem to be trying to make Dickens “fresh,” but making it clear what’s always been great about it.

Raquel Stecher: The Personal History of David Copperfield: Diverse retelling of Dickens’ novel is clever, quirky, and hilarious

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Hope Gap

First Reactions:

Ben Kelly: A film that doesn’t quite make the landing with driving an emotional impact. Beautiful scenery can’t help the clunky directing choices. Josh O’Connor is MVP of the cast.

Scott Mantz: Annette Bening & Bill Nighy give terrific performances as a long-married couple that start divorce proceedings. Understated & subtle, engaging & absorbing, feels almost like a play. It’s decent & watchable, but “Marriage Story” is *so* much better

Eusebeia Panopolis: William Nicholson writes and directs a version of the breakdown of his parents’ marriage. Wonderfully literate and affecting screenplay, marvelous turns by Annette Benning and Bill Nighy. Stunning Sussex white cliffs setting.

Linda Holmes: HOPE GAP, anchored by an A-plus-plus Annette Bening performance, is really solid. Also gorgeous to look at.

Lisa Trifone: I’m gonna need to sit with HOPE GAP for a minute. It’s not transcendent by any means, but never have I seen such very personal, life-altering moments in such raw detail on screen. “There were three unhappy people…and now there’s only one.”

Robert Daniels: HOPE GAP is incredibly moving. Compact family drama with Annette Bening doing incredible and stellar work. The pain of an ending marriage, and the prospects of love, Bill Nighy also offers a wonderfully forlorn and reserved performance

Gregory Ellwood: Annette Bening fans will relish Hope Gap and Josh O’Connor is adorable but….yikes. A filmed play with endless drone shots

Benjamin Lee: We’ve been here before and nothing in the film’s 100-minute length truly justifies why we’re back here again.

Peter Debruge: A film like this is better watched at home, curled up beneath the quilt with a pint of Cherry Garcia and a box of Kleenex.

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Just Mercy

First Reactions:

Brian Tallerico: It’s so well-intentioned and earnest that I hate how superficial I found it. A movie can mean well but it’s not going to connect without some true grit and emotion. It’s one of those awards bait prestige dramas that leaves me…just drowsy. (Sorry.)

Wilson Morales: Wow! Just Mercy is a winner! Emotional and powerful, this story is just a fragment of many injustices of POC and needs to be seen. Michae B. Jordan was amazing but Jamie Foxx & Rob Morgan phenomenal. Not a dry eye in my row.

David Cuevas: A small scale judicial drama, that’s more Short Term Twelve than Glass Castle! I’m a sucker for a good courtcase drama, and this checked all the right notes! Michael B Jordan is terrific! Brie Larson ruled! Jamie Foxx deserves an Oscar Nom!

Jordan Ruimy: Conventional, but at times powerful, tribute to real-life attorney Bryan Stevenson, a man who has overturned over 140 death row sentences in his career. Jamie Foxx delivers best work in years & Michael B Jordan, well, he’s his usual great self. Loud applause

Erik Davis: Just Mercy is a tense, wildly engaging death-row drama that’s hard to watch at times, but also the kind of film that inspires multiple rounds of applause during the screening. Jamie Foxx and Michael B. Jordan are terrific. Will be an audience favorite for sure

Rafael Motamayor: JustMercy is the first (surely of many) movie to make me ugly cry at what a beautiful and moving film. The cast is incredible and the editing deserves all praise in the world for the fact that I didn’t feel the runtime of the film

Mark Daniell: Huge ovation for Just Mercy tonight at TIFF. This movie packs an emotional punch. Michael B Jordan delivers a career-best performance. Audiences are going to embrace this one

International Film Critique: Just Mercy is a deeply moving & important film that is easily one of the best films of the Year. A searing & vital piece of black cinema. A triumphant ode to the work & lives of amazing people. Jamie Foxx is beyond phenomenonal, and could be heading for the Oscar stage

Ashley Menzel: Just Mercy left me speechless. Such an incredible story and film. One of the best films of the year, hands down.

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Radioactive

First Reactions:

Dancin Dan: Radioactive is a fantastic showcase for Rosamund Pike and actually manages to make science exciting, but can’t quite overcome some hackneyed screenwriting that plays a bit too close to The Iron Lady for comfort

Luke Hearfield: The script has its fair share of clunky melodramatic moments but Rosamund Pike is sensational (as always) as Marie and Satrapi’s metaphorical imagery is beautifully executed.

Manan Ialiwala: Radioactive is another highly conventional biopic about Marie Curie. Rosamand Pike does her best but the movie just feels like it was made for tv. My least favorite of the festival so far.

Robert Daniels: RADIOACTIVE is your typical biopic. Rosamund Pike is good as Madame Curie, but I’m left wanting

Matthew St Clair: RADIOACTIVE: AKA “THE CHEMISTRY LADY.” Has a very scattered narrative but stunning visual flare. Plus, Rosamund Pike does exemplary work as Madame Curie.

Doug Jamieson: Rosamund Pike is typically brilliant in RADIOACTIVE, which stands as a fascinating portrait of one of history’s most notable women. Some curious and dazzling visual choices by director Marjane Satrapi are letdown by a screenplay overloaded with clichè biopic tropes

Eric Kohn: RADIOACTIVE is all over the place and gets heavy-handed when it reminds of how Marie Curie’s research changed the world, but Rosamund Pike is better than ever

Dan Bayer: A great performance from Rosamund Pike and an interesting examination of what it means to be a woman ahead of her time. A wildly uneven screenplay that is just as hackneyed as it can be incisive, especially in the early going. Gives off major “The Iron Lady” vibes.

J Don Birnam: Rosamund Pike is of course brilliant and the interesting bio, warts and all, is laid bare. Some strange radioactive flourishes but very enjoyable

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TIFF 2019:

Dolemite Is My Name

First Reactions:

Jordan Ruimy: This is the best Eddie Murphy performance in almost two decades. It’s also the funniest movie I’ve seen all year. It felt like a blaxploitation version of ED WOOD — no coincidence it was written by the same writers. A real blast

Robert Daniels: DOLEMITE IS MY NAME is very much this year’s DISASTER ARTIST. Funny feal good story about outsiders who just want to make a mark. Amazing to see Eddie Murphy back on screen.

Jason Gorber: a delightful tribute by Eddie Murphy and co. to Rudy Ray Moore’s tenacity and legacy. With the warmth of ED WOOD, a perfect foray into that era complete with committed performances and slick style, it’s motherfuckin’ fun.

Robert Levin: Loved Dolemite is my Name. It’s funny, moving, fun – a passion project and tribute to positive thinking. Glad this exists – truly Eddie Murphy at his best.

Jenelle Riley: DOLEMITE IS MY NAME might be my favorite movie of the year. Eddie Murphy reminds you he’s both a movie star and a great actor. DaVine Joy Randolph is a brilliant discovery. The whole supporting cast is flawless.

Angie J Han: Dolemite Is My Name: if you enjoy “let’s put on a show!” movies, you’ll have a lot of fun with this one. Eddie Murphy shines and Wesley Snipes steals every scene he’s in, but it’s Da’Vine Joy Randolph who gets the holy-shit-who-is-THAT turn.

Kevin Polowy: DOLEMITE IS MY NAME is hilarious, filthy, hilariously filthy and actually pretty damn inspiring. DUG IT.

Nick Johnson: DOLEMITE IS MY NAME: Classic Eddie’s back and better than ever, baby. A blast from start to finish.

Barry Hertz: About time Netflix made a movie extolling the virtues of four-walling, which is good because this’ll play best w/ huge crowd. A more sincere and huggable DISASTER ARTIST, with a practically giddy Eddie Murphy performance that instantly wins you over.

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TIFF 2019:

A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood

First Reactions:

Ashley Menzel: Of course Tom Hanks is jaw-droppingly wonderful in A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood. Can you say “Oscar Nomination?”

Scott Menzel: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood solidifies once again why Tom Hanks is such a legend. He transforms into Fred Rogers and delivers one of the best performances of his career. Marielle Heller’s direction is superb and pays homage to the original series.

Ella Kemp: Marielle Heller already deserved the world but A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD confirms it. Way more than a biopic, more than a crowdpleaser, it’s so imaginative and emotional. The wisdom + compassion of Fred Rogers sets the tone for a total triumph. I looooved this

Richard Lawson: A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD is a very sweet movie. Marielle Heller is such a good director of ~mood~ without being flashy or over-indicating. Some dudes could take a lesson from that!

Scott Mantz: A BEAUTIFUL DAY…is a beautiful movie, indeed! Intimate, moving & sensitive (& funny!) drama about forgiveness. *Not* a conventional Mr. Rogers biopic (in a good way!); Tom Hanks & Matthew Rhys are terrific. Clever framework & structure. A special, wonderful film

Jake Hamilton: A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD was…absolutely perfect. Tom Hanks gives — seriously — one of the best performances of his entire career. This isn’t just a movie we need right now — it’s a movie we will need forever. Bring the tissues — you’ll need the entire box.

Joey Nolfi: So overwhelmed. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is cinematic therapy. The best film of the year. Marielle Heller finds a tender, imaginative (sometimes surrealist) way to fuse her visionary narrative with Fred Rogers’ spirit. Tom Hanks is coming for Oscar No. 3

Allison Willmore: I’m leery of stories about famous figures framed by someone else’s encounter with them, but in Heller’s charming film it makes perfect sense — Tom Hanks’ Fred Rogers is very human, but the distance lets him be a little magic as well

Esther Zuckerman: Marielle Heller’s touch is unmistakable in A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, which is less about Mister Rogers than about the idea of Mister Rogers, male vulnerability, and forgiveness. It’s a tearjerker, yes, but one that sneaks up on you

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Jojo Rabbit

First Reactions:

Ashley Menzel: Jojo Rabbit is poignant, hilarious, and heartfelt. Easily one of my favorites of the year. Taika Waititi has given us something truly remarkable

Danielle Solzman: My hat is off to Taika Waititi and this cast/crew on this World War 2 satire. Taika gives us a satirical film (based on a book) that makes fun of Nazis in a way that I haven’t seen since Mel Brooks did so a long time ago.

Audrey Fox: Jojo Rabbit is so extremely my jam I don’t even know where to begin. Never doubted Taika for a second but it truly hits every single moment of comedy and pathos. Chills, you guys. CHILLS

David Ehrlich: it’s the “The Goldfinch” of movies about kids who are imaginary best friends with Hitler. hurts me how little I liked this.

Kyle Buchanan: Few movies this year could have gone as wrong as JOJO RABBIT, so it’s a testament to Taika that somehow, he pulled it off. The movie played like gangbusters tonight at TIFF and despite its high whimsy, could become a serious awards contender

Katey Rich: JOJO RABBIT: It is with a heavy heart that I admit child actors can be good… but only in Taika Waititi movies.

Rafael Motamayor: Taika Waititi continues to do no wrong. Jojo Rabbit is a perfect tale of love, dread, childhood mistakes and empathy. Hilarious and adorable but also dark and scary. Most of all, full of heart. Waititi also keeps finding the best child actors around

AA Dowd: Not impossible to make a funny comedy about Nazi Germany, but JOJO RABBIT rubbed me wrong. Take away the droll Kiwi comedy (some of which lands, admittedly) and how is this markedly different than the Holocaust tearjerkers that used to steal AMPAS hearts every winter?

David Fear: JOJO RABBIT is the second film I’ve seen in 24 hours where a director who’s made a franchise movie used his clout to make a weird, oddball, personal passion project. It gives you hope. Also this thing is fucking amazing.

JojoRabbit: Taika Waititi knocks it out of der park with the meaningful lunacy of his anti-hate satire. Title 10-year-old, a Nazi in training with Hitler as an imaginary friend, has something to learn: love conquers hate, and laughter makes it easier. #TIFF19 @peterhowellfilm

Jojo Rabbit is simply wonderful. A coming-of-age tale told through the lens of fascism. Hilarious, clever, sensitive. Taika Waititi is so good at directing kids. @tarantallegra

JOJO RABBIT: A crowd pleaser where there were lots of laughs and tears. Not all the humour worked for me but it’s still great and Roman Griffin Davis is incredible as Jojo. Thomasin Mackenzie was brilliant. #TIFF2019 @jcnarvey

#JojoRabbit is poignant, hilarious, and heartfelt. Easily one of my favorites of the year. Taika Waititi has given us something truly remarkable. #TIFF19 @ashleygmenzel

Taika Waititi expertly handles a tricky balance between hilarious absurdity and the heartbreaking reality of the Nazi cause. Him and Roman Griffin Davis are amazing. #JojoRabbit #TIFF19 @filmactually

JOJO RABBIT: Hilarious, heartfelt, and often incredibly dark. A truly unique film that deserves to be celebrated. #TIFF19 @cevangelista413

Buddy comedy, WWII drama, political comment, Spielbergian coming-of-ager, Mel Brooks homage, Taika Waititi concoction — Jojo Rabbit is many things, but the biggest one is uncategorizable. And great.

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TIFF 2019:

Harriet

First Reactions:

 

”HARRIET: Cynthia Erivo more than proves that she can carry a story and character of this scale — but even that isn’t enough to add rhythm to a bland, conventional biopic. Janelle Monáe continues to be a bright (underused) spark in every project she’s in. #TIFF19″

Cynthia Erivo is so damn POWERFUL as Harriet Tubman. The movie gets more generic and repetitive as it goes on but has enough drama and action to keep you going. #TIFF19″

”Tho I’m glad that I’ve now watched a biopic about the great historical figure, Harriet Tubman, unfortunately #Harriet #HarrietMovie was generic, badly written, & quite boring.
Harriet’s story deserves a more cinematic & more compelling depiction than this
#TIFF2019 #TIFF #TIFF19”

”HARRIET, the first film about Harriet Tubman, may not garner raves or make much money—we’ll see—but it confirms that British actress Cynthia Erivo, a standout on stage in musicals, is also a standout on film in nonmusicals. And Janelle Monae continues to act as well as she sings.” “I saw #Harriet months back during a test screening, so my review is unofficial. But I found it overall meh, some of the writing is very not good. Cynthia Erivo is solid but outshined in her own film by Leslie Odom Jr. and Henry Hunter Hall, who steal *every* scene they’re in.” – DavidPalmer41

Cynthia Erivo is simply stunning in #Harriet. #TIFF2019 #TIFF19”- @guitardawn

“HarrietMovie is an uninspired, maddeningly pedestrian and dull film. Oscar-bait done wrong. It’s tragic that Harriet Tubman’s life is reduced to such a mundane & forgettable film. Cynthia Erivo is committed enough to at least make it watchable. #TIFF19”

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