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The Old Man and a Gun
Given its gotten across the board good to great reviews so far is one hurdle crossed. The other twoFilmatelist
The film is charming but hopelessly lightweight, and while Redford is (predictably) winning and very much in his element, we've learned from his far more brilliant turn in ALL IS LOST that the man simply won't campaign, and there's virtually no way h
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It’s Oscar Week for Fricks Sakes!! What’all doing to get the party started!?
I enjoy rewatching old Oscar acceptance speeches on youtube. I've gone through Best Director, Best SHypothermia
Oh, peaches, I am always looking for your dazzling derrier draped in taffeta and tulle. The champagne flows freely here! How are you enjoying the red carpet?
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Thank you Miss Ethel. Great start after a triple-blast mojito!Aunt Peg
Thanks for your reviews Ethel.So pleased you loved Amour and The Sessions.
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What are you Oscar Plans?
Ah Ethel! I was wondering when you'd start this lovely thread.I've decided NOT to have a party thisMatt Noble
G'Day, In Sydney the Oscars' start at 12:30pm Monday.I'll probably invite 5-10 of my friends around to watch it and have lunch (any lunch suggestions?). Although it's late notice so I don't know how many I'll get.(In Australia we al
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Happy Birthday to Luise Rainer, 102 today!
There was a screenwriter - one of many young females who rose in the profession in the 1920s - who dEthel Charles
Tom, I was impressed by Frederica's longevity. I heard she was officially the 3rd oldest person of California up until her demise. Imagine having work the that fabulous flapper Clara Bow and still be alive to talk about up until recently! &n
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