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Worst Oscar year for best Picture and acting categories
2009 had The Hurt Locker, Inglorious Basterds, Up and Avatar... Best Picture: 1966 (A Man For All SElazul
I concur that Field of Dreams is a terrible nominee. It's basically tv movie material.
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Thoughts on Gwyneth Paltrow
M: The Original
She was an it girl wholly engineered on us as the next best thing. She's actually quite good dependiKelvin
goop’s performance in two lovers is especially fantastic. she had to make an unlikeable character feel sympathetic and relatable and she completely nails it. she oozed charisma and was able to explore a more vulnerable side to her acting. she has
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Being overdue for an Oscar
I hate the overdue narrative, Peter O'Toole and Alfred Hitchcock are the perfect example that the Ackanil032
Sorry, My bad. I didn't know that. I read the forbes one and thought it is eligible. She will still get many chances
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Little Women (1994) or Little Women (2019)
Prefer 1994 version The story is in chronological order imo works better this way we understand theCair
I don’t have a ranking for the actors. But I was 10 when the 1994 version came out and I’ve always loved it. So it has a bit of an edge over the 2019 version but both are good movies.
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A Room with the View (1985) vs. Sense and Sensibility (1995)
Both are fabulous and make my top 100 favorite films. "A Room with a View" slightly higher at #89,m844
They're both great, but I prefer "A Room with a View." James Ivory's directorial touch, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala's adapted screenplay, and E.M. Forster's novel are a powerful trio. A lot of great movies that year, I also loved "The Mission."
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Noms/wins for The Shape of Water
Out of what was nominated: Best Picture: should have lost to Lady Bird (still one of the best winneSab227
Best Picture-Win Best Director: Guillermo del Toro-Win Best Actress: Sally Hawkins-Win Best Original Screenplay-Win Best Production Design-Win Best Editing-Win Best Original Score-Win
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Rank Best supporting actor nominees of 1998
1. Thornton, no doubt. He was robbed. 2. Harris. He was the standout to me. 3. Duvall. He was exceJayDF
A good group of performances. 1. Billy Bob Thornton, A SIMPLE PLAN 2. Ed Harris, THE TRUMAN SHOW 3. Geoffrey Rush, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE 4. Robert Duvall, A CIVIL ACTION 5. James Coburn, AFFLICTION 2 & 3 could easily move around. Thornton
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Your TOP 10 movies of the 80s
The Shining (1980) Mommie Dearest (1981) The Thing (1982) Rumble Fish (1983) Amadeus (1984) The Colokarls
Back to the Future (1985) Raiders of the Lost Ark (1980) Aliens (1986) Star Wars: Episode V- The Empire Strikes Back (1980) The Shining (1980) Scarface (1983) Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988) A Room with a View (1985) The Thing (1982) Flashdance (1983
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Anybody saw Little Dorrit (1987) ?
Wow! I didn't know it's much longer than Gone With The Wind.Emmyfan
Below is what I found on Little Dorrit Little Dorrit lasts nearly six hours and was released in two parts, of approximately three hours each. The first part was subtitled Nobody's Fault, an allusion to one of Dickens' proposed titles for the origina
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Acclaimed actors/actresses without any major critics award (NYFC, LAFC,NSFC,NBR)
Viola DavisAunt Peg
Thanks for the pickup. I'll remove him from my list.
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Actors/actresses who want an Oscar
Even Joaquin Phoenix this year underneath he wanted it pretty badly. You don't lose 52 pounds for nloudtoilet
that tells you all you need to know about "experts". There's no way Driver tho
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Rank best supporting Actor winners from the 90s
1. Robin Williams, Good Will Hunting 2. Jack Palance, City Slickers 3. Gene Hackman, Unforgiven 4Jeffrey Kare
1. Kevin Spacey-The Usual Suspects 2. Robin Williams-Good Will Hunting 3. Gene Hackman-Unforgiven 4. Joe Pesci-Goodfellas 5. James Coburn-Affliction 6. Martin Landau-Ed Wood 7. Michael Caine-The Cider House Rules 8. Tommy Lee Jones-The Fugitive 9. Cu
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Dangerous Liaisons (1988) vs The Favourite (2018)?
Why don't we add Valmont and Cruel Intentions to the list as well? Heck, why not The Madness of Ki
This is an unfair comparison for me. Shall we pit all period dramas against each other for the sake of it, simply because they share vaguely similar themes ? DL was adapted from a stage production, itself adapted from an iconic novel. The Favourite
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Who’s gonna get AFI Life Achievement award?
I would LOVE to see Sissy Spacek get some recognition for her wildly underrated career, but I know t24Emmy
Reminder that the AFI Life Achievement Award tribute to John Williams airs this Wednesday on TNT at 10PM EST.
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