April 2, 2019 at 9:22 am #1202837419
I want this movie to win everything
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Margot can win but Annette Bening will probbaly pull an overdue narrative if she’s nominated in that category.
They’re not too sentimental. She lost to Swank twice and Close this year. The violence. The violence.
Kathy Bates for Best Supporting Actress (Richard Jewell)April 6, 2019 at 12:51 pm #1202842421
I was thinking after viewing the trailer for 50th time(lol) and some many other factors that maybe OUTIH isn’t gonna be a hot favourite at awards.
#1:Its coming in Box Office Summer and and Oscar successful movies come in Oct-Nov-Dec,Tarantino last 2 movies came in Dec,ideal month for Oscar movie
#2:Sony Pictures Releasing is it’s studio and I cant recall this studio being successful at Oscars recently or ever quite frankly so I am not sure how it will campaign for Oscars majorly coz of less experience
#3:If Tarantino and Studios really thought OUTIH have Oscar potential wouldnt they had pushed for an Nov-Dec release date,I mean Tarantino is not a fool and he know importance of releasing months if the movies are meant to do well at Oscars
#4:It seems that it will be a dark-comedy which is fine but it is dealing with even if for less time with a pure evil like Charles Manson and death of Sharon Tate,now today we live in extra-sensitive day and age and it is very hard to predict that whether or not people will be offended by how movie deals with these characters.
#5:Even if is Tarantino’s best work and literally a good movie and smash hit at box office(which it most probably will be)what are the chances voters wont forget it till award season starts and most recently released movies wont run ahead of it.
19yr old Film School StudentApril 6, 2019 at 1:47 pm #1202842449
Tarantino already has 2 Oscars for writing and has been nominated for directing but never won. Isn’t he due for a directing Oscar and shouldn’t this be it. Its craxy he doesn’t have a directing Oscar.April 8, 2019 at 7:08 am #1202844123
^^No, it’s not because he’s very divisive so he’s never going to get support of majority of the Academy for directing. In writing there are 2 categories so he can get his own Oscar without competing with more Oscar-baity authors.April 8, 2019 at 11:08 am #1202844426
Oh Tarantino! I love this film director. One of the best of all time without a doubt. He’s the indie guy I love the most. He’s cinema and this movie is going to be a masterpiece.
I love being a literate person.May 21, 2019 at 8:50 am #1202903072
They showed lots of Pachino in this trailer. I wonder if they are gonna push Pachino for supporting actor as well as PittMay 21, 2019 at 9:17 am #1202903085
Rewriting History?Tate’s death?
19yr old Film School StudentMay 21, 2019 at 9:44 am #1202903134
Is Tarantino about to rewrite history again and Tate will end up killing Manson?May 21, 2019 at 10:41 am #1202903224
Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood First Reactions
Magdalena Miedl: ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD is Tarantino’s most tender film. Who’d have thunk.
Jason Gorber: Historically dubious, thematically brilliant, QT finds his form in film that could win Palme d’Or or be picketed by audiences, or maybe both. Thrilling, provocative, blackly comical, intensely unsettling masterwork
Emma Stefansky: I reeeeally liked ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
Jordan Ruimy: QT’s latest has some of the best sequences of his career, but also some of the draggiest. A scrambling, ambitious, maddening, beautiful film. Brad Pitt steals the show. DiCaprio, as always, fantastic.
Charles Bramesco: ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: the end of an era. Review to come.
Joe Utichi: Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood is so gloriously, wickedly indulgent, compelling and hilarious. The film QT was born to make. The world is a more colourful place in Quentin Tarantino’s twilight zone. Round two, please.
Peter Bradshaw: Quentin Tarantino’s brilliant exploitation black-comedy Once Upon A Time In Hollywood finds a pulp-fictionally redemptive take on the Manson nightmare: shocking, gripping, dazzlingly shot in the celluloid-primary colours of sky blue and sunset gold.
Tim Grierson: Like a lot of recent Tarantino, this is baggy, self-indulgent, fascinatingly its own thing and ambitiously conceived. Of course it’s accomplished, sometimes dazzlingly so, but it ends up being as hit-or-miss as his last few
Xan Brooks: Tarantino lays a gaudy, explosive counter-culture circus. DiCaprio & (especially) Pitt terrific value under the lights, while evil scurries in the shadows. Some, um, third-act issues but the film’s highs are electric
Alex Billington: To be completely honest I’m not yet sure what to make of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Need to let this one marinate, don’t have an instant reaction. Most of the film is pretty good, I’m having fun watching them play around in late 60s Hollywood. Then the finale is HOLY FUCK.
Damon Wise: I wouldn’t change a single second of Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood. It did not disappointMay 21, 2019 at 10:54 am #1202903240
Wow, the reviews are greatMay 21, 2019 at 11:26 am #1202903335
Reviews are brilliant,Pitt can win Best Actor in Supporting,DiCaprio is definitely getting his 7th nomination.It’s getting many nominations.Hope it wins Palme D Or.
19yr old Film School Student
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