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    Spender is on 76% with 7.3 av. rating currently on RT.

    So that critic was talking about Spencer as we here suspected.

    “Is there a chance some critics are getting a little over excited about some of the movies playing at September festivals? Re one of the big movies that played Venice yesterday: near universal dislike among industry I’ve spoken to, but critics generally gushing.

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    So that critic on twitter is right… And he’s talking about Spencer.

    https://twitter.com/AndreasWiseman/status/1434060048414695428?s=20
    “Is there a chance some critics are getting a little over excited about some of the movies playing at September festivals? Re one of the big movies that played Venice yesterday: near universal dislike among industry I’ve spoken to, but critics generally gushing.”

    Yeah / Didn’t seem
    it was likely anything else yet screened in Venice. What next?

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    King Richard and Belfast both feel like they’re going to be big crowd-pleasers, and they’re both combining that will early buzz from critics and festival audiences. I think both are looking pretty good for BP at the moment, which I have to say I wasn’t expecting, especially from King Richard which I thought would just be a Will Smith vehicle. I think Smith will take Actor with ease if it ends up in Picture, and even without that he seems to be getting the raves to make it possible, although Actors do tend to need a BP nod to be secure which is worth keeping in mind in the conversation around that category I guess.

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    The Lost Daughter is at 100% RT with 14 reviews

    This one actually surprised me considering the reactions. We’ll see how it looks with more reviews coming in.

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    So that critic was talking about Spencer as we here suspected.

    “Is there a chance some critics are getting a little over excited about some of the movies playing at September festivals? Re one of the big movies that played Venice yesterday: near universal dislike among industry I’ve spoken to, but critics generally gushing.
    https://twitter.com/AndreasWiseman/status/1434060048414695428?s=20

    How the hell did he talk with industry people to the point of creating a “universal dislike” picture so fast ?

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    Matt Neglia loved The Electrical Life of Louis Wain
    https://mobile.twitter.com/NextBestPicture/status/1434204513628573699

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    Matt Neglia loved The Electrical Life of Louis Wain
    https://mobile.twitter.com/NextBestPicture/status/1434204513628573699

    He will watch 2 Cumberbatch films today. I envy him.

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    We should be patient and wait a few weeks for reviews to come in…I very much doubt most of these movies will stay at 100% for example… it’s too early to call anything yet.

    FYC:

    Swinton, Weerasethakul Memoria, (Best Actress, Director)
    Efira, Rampling, Wilson Benedetta (Best Actress, Supporting Actress/Actor)
    Rapace Lamb (Best Actress)
    Stewart, Hawkins, Spall Spencer (Best Actress, Supporting Actress/Actor)

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    RE: Stewart is a lock, but I fear the film is really not that strong. It’s interesting because I thought Spencer got better reviews than Dune yesterday, but it seems like the opposite rn with Dune’s ratings rising and Spencer’s dwindling. I’m not a stan of any contender this year, so it’s interesting to observe how the reviews/prospects of one film can change over a short time (TPOTD, Hand of God, Lost Daughter, Dune, Belfast, etc.)

    I enjoy this unpredictability!

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    It’s clear the industry/press member who warned us about a film’s audiences reception not being proportionate to the industry’s is Spencer. Stewart should get in but the film will most likely miss picture and other techs.

    Michelle (Yeoh, Williams) Oscar campaign manager.

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    Rotten Tomatoes rating average for each Venice/Telluride festival film thus far:

    1. The Hand of God – 8.7/10
    2. The Power of the Dog – 8.4/10
    3. The Card Counter – 8.2/10
    4. Dune – 8.2/10
    5. The Lost Daughter – 8.1/10
    6. Parallel Mothers – 7.9/10
    7. Spencer – 7.3/10
    8. King Richard – 7/10

    Belfast – Not enough reviews

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight", "The Other Two" and "Station Eleven" in all categories, Sarah Lancashire ("Julia"), William Jackson Harper ("Love Life") and Luke Kirby ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel")

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    The French Dispatch has not gone down well in Telluride.

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    I think that Dune will start gaining a lot more power as the season continues.

    It looks like it’s such an amazing cinematic experience that when it hits theaters audiences will hype it enough for BP and director nominations

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