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    kallewickans
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    Fyi bruised and halle  still trending on and off twitter today and even  before the afi premiere. The movie might be cliched for some people lol but for the regular movie fans. Regular folks  haven’t seen woman of color  sports movie.

     

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    Bruised is pretty good. The movie is far from perfect but Halle definitely gave everything she had in that performance, both physically and emotionally

    I don’t see how this goes further than a Globe sneak (though I could see a SAG nom too since they supported her in the past) but this is easily her best performance

    FYC

    Best Actress - Pénélope Cruz, Olivia Colman

    Best Actor - Denzel Washington

    Best Supporting Actress - Aunjanue Ellis, Kathryn Hunter

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    Some praise for Alana Haim in Licorice Pizza: Roger Ebert: Haim is just a flat-out movie star. She has that “thing”: that radiant, magnetic charisma that makes it impossible to take your eyes off her. NPR: A revelation here, with a radiant star-is-born aura that hooks you the moment she first appears. Consequence of Sound: It’s the kind of star power we saw in a young Barbara Streisand. Slash Film: Without the slightest trace of hyperbole: she’s a star. That this is Haim’s feature acting debut is staggering-it’s almost unbelievable she could waltz onto a movie screen for the first time and be this good, but she is. Hollywood Reporter: Haim makes one of the most exciting screen debuts in recent memory. ABC News: Haim also drives the movie in a performance of such brash, buoyant naturalness and emotional nuance that her film debut is one for the ages. Source: haimsource on Twitter

    and some people are still doubting her.

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    Aaron Kalloo
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    The Oscar Expert’s top 5:

    1. Kristen Stewart

    2. Jessica Chastain

    3. Nicole Kidman

    4  Olivia Colman

    5. Lady Gaga

     

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    The Oscar Expert’s top 5: 1. Kristen Stewart 2. Jessica Chastain 3. Nicole Kidman 4 Olivia Colman 5. Lady Gaga

    What about Penelope Cruz? Is she #6 or lower?

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    Bruised is pretty good. The movie is far from perfect but Halle definitely gave everything she had in that performance, both physically and emotionally I don’t see how this goes further than a Globe sneak (though I could see a SAG nom too since they supported her in the past) but this is easily her best performance

     

    I really gather that most people don’t understand how academy voting works, and the pundits choices reflect that of the average movie goer so it’s a problem when you are trying to explain why a actress that performed in a 56% rotten score film can be nominated and win over a actress that is in a film with a 90% or 80+ rating because they’re lead to believe the films quality affects Consideration for acting categories.

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    MGM/UAR’s House of Gucci, the other wide entry of the holiday, made $5.7M yesterday, +69% from Thanksgiving, which now puts its 3-day at $14.9M and 5-day at $22.5M. The film has great exits at four stars on Screen Engine/Comscore’sPostTrak, an 82% positive score and 60% definite recommend. Females turned out at 60% giving the film an 84% positive, with men at 40% with 80%. Close to 40% of the audience said they came out for Lady Gaga, while 32% cited the ensemble cast overall of Adam Driver, Al Pacino and Jared Leto while 34% were intrigue by the Gucci family murder plot.

    Power….

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    Aaron Kalloo
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    What about Penelope Cruz? Is she #6 or lower?

    He has her at #8

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    I think Berry can def still happen at SAG. At the same time, actress is getting so crowded that egregious snubs are inevitable. The only two that feel safe-ish across the board (excluding BAFTA) are Stewart and Kidman. I would be shocked if either one missed any of CC, GG and SAG. Seems highly, highly unlikely.

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    MGM/UAR’s House of Gucci, the other wide entry of the holiday, made $5.7M yesterday, +69% from Thanksgiving, which now puts its 3-day at $14.9M and 5-day at $22.5M. The film has great exits at four stars on Screen Engine/Comscore’sPostTrak, an 82% positive score and 60% definite recommend. Females turned out at 60% giving the film an 84% positive, with men at 40% with 80%. Close to 40% of the audience said they came out for Lady Gaga, while 32% cited the ensemble cast overall of Adam Driver, Al Pacino and Jared Leto while 34% were intrigue by the Gucci family murder plot.

    Power….

    interesting. Maybe Gaga’s fanbase is way more diverse than the stereotypical belief that its mostly “the gays”. Older people love Gaga.

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    my Oscars 2022 Best Actress

    top 5

    Kristen Stewart, ‘Spencer

    Jessica Chastain, ‘The Eyes Of Tammy Faye’

    Jennifer Hudson, ‘Respect’

    Lady Gaga, ‘House Of Gucci’

    Olivia Colman, ‘The Lost Daughter’

    next-in-line

    Frances McDormand, ‘The Tragedy Of Macbeth’

    Nicole Kidman, ‘Being The Ricardos’

    Penélope Cruz, ‘Parallel Mothers’

    Halle Berry, ‘Bruised’

    Alana Haim, ‘Licorice Pizza’

    followed by

    Tessa Thompson, ‘Passing’

    Renate Reinsve, ‘The Worst Person In The World’

    Sandra Bullock, ‘The Unforgivable’

    Emma Stone, ‘Cruella’

    Rachel Zegler, ‘West Side Story’

    other contenders

    Emilia Jones, ‘CODA’

    Tilda Swinton, ‘Memoria’

    Odessa Young, ‘Mothering Sunday’

    Rooney Mara, ‘Nightmare Alley’

     

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    The irony of that deadline article about the theatres polling data, Licorice Pizza 87% positive, HoG 82% positive, you’d expect the MC score to be close, but it’s like an ocean apart lol.

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    interesting. Maybe Gaga’s fanbase is way more diverse than the stereotypical belief that its mostly “the gays”. Older people love Gaga.

    They’re not “stans”. They’re just old people that she picked up with ASIB. They don’t necessarily listen to her music or anything.

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    Is Stewart really going to get nominated for whispering for two hours? Very underwhelming!

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    my Oscars 2022 Best Actress top 5 Kristen Stewart, ‘Spencer Jessica Chastain, ‘The Eyes Of Tammy Faye’ Jennifer Hudson, ‘Respect’ Lady Gaga, ‘House Of Gucci’ Olivia Colman, ‘The Lost Daughter’ next-in-line Frances McDormand, ‘The Tragedy Of Macbeth’ Nicole Kidman, ‘Being The Ricardos’ Penélope Cruz, ‘Parallel Mothers’ Halle Berry, ‘Bruised’ Alana Haim, ‘Licorice Pizza’ followed by Tessa Thompson, ‘Passing’ Renate Reinsve, ‘The Worst Person In The World’ Sandra Bullock, ‘The Unforgivable’ Emma Stone, ‘Cruella’ Rachel Zegler, ‘West Side Story’ other contenders Emilia Jones, ‘CODA’ Tilda Swinton, ‘Memoria’ Odessa Young, ‘Mothering Sunday’ Rooney Mara, ‘Nightmare Alley’

    Having Tessa Thompson so low is insulting.

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