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Justice For The Snubbed #11: Best Film Editing 2013

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  • FilmGuy619
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    Before I go a little further, I’ll just ask this: Dallas Buyers Club? Really? The editing is one of the film’s weakest elements. How the heck did that get in there?

    Anyways, I figured I’d do a tech category for my next entry in this poll series. For this poll, I’ll do the best editing category in 2013. In my opinion, a golden year for well-edited films. But which film from this lineup would you feel was the most robbed? My pick would be Short Term 12, but how about you folks?

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    ankehuber
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    i didn’t remember that “The Wolf of Wall Street”  wasn’t nominated for that category !… but i am not very interested in technical categories anyway !…

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    Eddy Q
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    The juxtapositions in Upstream Color are sort of astonishing. That would be my pick for the win that year. It was runner-up to Gravity for the LA critics editing award.

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    Michael Norris
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    Rush

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    Halo_Insider
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    I’ve got to go with The World’s End.

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    Caleb Siebeneck
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    “The Wolf of Wall Street”, classic film editing at its best.

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    Anonymous
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    “Dallas Buyers Club” weakest element is “Dallas Buyers Club”. Such a crap film.

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    ziggy
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    Easily Wolf of Wall Street. The movie is a force of nature largely thanks to the editing. It flies by in what feels like one hour, and suddenly you realize it actually lasted three hours. Thelma pulled a big, fat rabbit out of her hat there.

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    Josh Ben-Ami
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    I’d vote for Saving Mr. Banks. That movie was one of the best that year and it got snubbed across the board.

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    Riley
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    Rush won BAFTA, so it should be here.

    The Wolf of Wall Street should have won the Oscar.

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    tjd
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    The Grandmaster was brilliantly edited. Definitely deserved a nomination. I also really liked the editing work on Upstream Color, Rush, and The Wolf of Wall Street.

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    rafaeltxeira
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    The Wolf of Wall Street should have been nominated, and perhaps it should have won. It has some continuity problems, but everything else works perfectly… just to make a three hour feature be so entertaining and so “smooth” is nothing short of great. Rush is the only other that didn´t make the Oscars and deserved to be there. Gravity, 12 Years a Slave, Captain Phillips and American Hustle all were good choices. To me, these six were without a doubt the best edited of 2012.

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