March 18, 2019 at 10:46 am #1202820774
I have a feeling that Paulsonalypse and ospencer are right. I think this movie is going to peak early just like ASIB and BlacKkKlansman and then kill its chances. Especially with that July release date, over half a year of praise is going to exhaust people.March 18, 2019 at 10:55 am #1202820783
I find the poster quite generic but you gotta attract the audience I guessMarch 18, 2019 at 10:57 am #1202820787
I think that the only serious award that it has a chance at winning would be Supporting Actress. We’ll have to see what Robbie is given to do, but if she’s given a complex enough role and a range of scenes to work with, I think that she’ll win. Since not many people are predicting The Report to get nominated anywhere else, and considering the fact that it doesn’t come from a big name director, she won’t have the strength to be the only award for her movie. We saw this with Close. It doesn’t matter how big the name is or how overdue they are, if voters don’t like the movie overall, they won’t give it to her. After saying that, I can see the Regina King comparisons, and Beale Street wasn’t nominated for picture, but it got screenplay and score nods, and Jenkins is an extremely respected and beloved name. I don’t think that the Academy will respect a TV-based show enough to give it to Smith. Other big contenders will definitely pop up between now and then, but as of right now, I think Robbie will be winning for this.March 18, 2019 at 11:33 am #1202820824
Leo looks so hot though.March 18, 2019 at 12:28 pm #1202820904
Yeah, he certainly does. He has aged perfectly.March 18, 2019 at 12:47 pm #1202820922
I have a feeling that Paulsonalypse and ospencer are right. I think this movie is going to peak early just like ASIB and BlacKkKlansman and then kill its chances. Especially with that July release date, over half a year of praise is going to exhaust people.
Think Dunkirk too, a long-awaited film from a big name director that is a presumed frontrunner until the fall, when the newer titles rise aboveMarch 18, 2019 at 12:50 pm #1202820927
Think Dunkirk too, a long-awaited film from a big name director that is a presumed frontrunner until the fall, when the newer titles rise above
Thats a good one, I completely forgot about it. I remember how overrated it got during the summer and it was at the top of every news organization’s early predictions lol. Yeah, this release date ain’t gonna bode well.March 18, 2019 at 1:50 pm #1202820981
I love how this thread is turning into a celebrity attractiveness scale/health class lol.March 18, 2019 at 2:07 pm #1202821003
Ladies and Gentlemen,OUTIH is not here to win tons of awards but to solely entertain it’s audience.It’s Tarantino love letter to the Hollywood of 60s.I don’t expect it to win any major Oscar though I think it will get nominated.Don’t expect it to become an award sweeping movie “Roma” or “The Favourite” because it won’t.Focus on enjoying the art and if you’re Tarantino fan then this one is for you.March 18, 2019 at 3:12 pm #1202821079
I’m with some of you, I truly don’t think it’s going to do great doing the next awards season.March 18, 2019 at 3:44 pm #1202821097
I don’t think the release date will be that problematic, not with Tarantino as director and the cast it has attached. They will def ride the awards season but winning is a different storie.
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