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August 22, 2019 at 4:12 pm #1203035320
Ur doing the work of 22 best actress threads with ur daily posts about OUATIH/Joker/Irishmen, rinse and repeat and recycled, all by urself. Calm down and let us breathe a bit lol.
Stanning ain’t Easy
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 22, 2019 at 3:24 pm #1203035273
Is it just me or it’s raining lead actor awards out there.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 21, 2019 at 12:01 pm #1203033631
Theron’s makeup is brilliant,she is very much unrecognisable
Margot and Kidman are also looking great.
It is more of a main character first look than a trailer.
Looks great,lead by trio of 3 beautiful thespians.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 20, 2019 at 12:15 pm #1203032032
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood has 85% reception on RT based on 457 reviews.Now that are huge number of reviews and being acclaimed 85% of them is a very positive indicator for a movie of this type.I am actually shocked by it’s critical reception,it exceeded my expectations plus general audiences also loved it hence the good box office.
Robbie is great but she ain’t getting nominated,unless competition is really really weak.Her role is for tiny amount.Supporting Actor is Pitt’s to loose and Rick Dalton is definitely getting nominated for lead category.So happy for success of this laid back Tarantino masterpiece.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 20, 2019 at 12:06 pm #1203032012
It’s ridiculous to say that everyone is overestimating Brad Pitt based on the early release, and then claim that Margot Robbie is a lock for the same movie. Brad Pitt is much, much more likely to get in than Margot Robbie. He was a leading role that’s apparently getting bumped down to supporting, which is often very advantageous when it comes to nominations and wins, and he received raves for his work. Meanwhile, many people criticized the fact that Margot Robbie does very little in the film. Her performance itself was well received, but if one of them is going to be overshadowed by later contenders, it’s the one who’s gotten less attention, and has a much smaller role.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 19, 2019 at 2:51 pm #1203030587
I am truly puzzled as to why y’all think DiCaprio gives a comedic performance? It’s a dramatic performance with a small amount of comedic moments. I for one didn’t laugh. I also thought it was a fairly awful performance! Oh well!
I am adopting a “wait and see” attitude. Once we get to late November there will be enough information to make better predictions, and even then subject to change once nominations come out for various awards.
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and DiCaprio-Pitt performance are dark comedy.It’s not your straight comic movie and performance.My friend said you need to have “dark sense of humor” to applaud this movie.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 18, 2019 at 12:44 pm #1203029047
As of August 18, 2019, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has grossed $114.3 million in the United States and Canada, and $66.2 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $180.5 million.
And so DiCaprio-Tarantino continues to smash box office.This was its’s first weekend opening outside US.I can see movie doing 500 million worldwide now.It has already doubled it’s $90 million investment.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 18, 2019 at 12:06 pm #1203029014
Do you rank possible contenders solely based on trailers,stills and their roles.Without even seeing the movie?
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 17, 2019 at 4:25 pm #1203028291
I would hope that Ad Astra doesn’t bomb as hard as First Man since Ryan Gosling is (for some reason) absolute box-office poison and cannot open a movie whereas Brad Pitt usually does fine.
But I wouldn’t be surprised if it underperformed either, tbh
Pitt isn’t a box office draw,he once was.OUTIH is his first box office hit since 2014 and DiCaprio and Tarantino are much bigger pull for that than he was.Although his stunning performance and cool Cliff Booth in OUTIH can re-ignite his power and Ad Astra can be atleast decent.It is looking like a good space movie.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 17, 2019 at 7:35 am #1203027764
Darlings, Taron Gayerton OUTACTED Shouty DiCaprio by far and deserves the Globe.
How come you reach any opinion without even seeing the movie.The time you posted your opinion on OUTIH,it wasn’t even released in your coutry.Just saying what other people say “sHoUtY DiCaprio” ffs.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 17, 2019 at 6:52 am #1203027713
I don’t understand why anybody would think OUATIH is a comedy? It is a drama with some comedic moments! I really hate the category frauding at the Globes! (Matt Damon in The Martian comes quickest to mind). I personally found Leo’s performance uneven and not all that great. The only performance I loved was Margot Robbie’s supporting one as Sharon Tate.
I just want Antonio Banderas to get his first Oscar nomination! I have to wait and see more performances before I start rooting for a winner though but it sure won’t be Leo!
OUTIH is not a straight comedy.It is a very dark/subtle comedy.It will be most definitely slotted as “comedy” at Globes and Critics Choice awards next year.I agree Leo ain’t winning Oscar but as of August,he’s the 1st confirmed lead nominee.Bar for this person is too damn high and this is Joaquin’s year.
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19yr old Film School StudentAugust 17, 2019 at 5:20 am #1203027638
Phoenix is sweeping the floor with Leo’s face…
I myself with Phenoix winning his 1st deserving Oscar but that doesn’t mean Leo shouldn’t be atleast a nominee.
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 17, 2019 at 4:12 am #1203027590
Yeah, Dicaprio is totally known for being an hot tempered alcoholic with high blood pressure who frequently throws tantrums on set
L o l
Never take this ThAtChEr seriously she/he is a troll account filled with agenda against Tarantino apparently.This person haven’t even seen the movie.About DiCaprio,he certainly deserves nomination,just for his is Lancer episode scene but DiCaprio is an actor who wasn’t nominated for Django Unchained,J.Edgar,Shutter Island,The Departed,Catch Me If You Can and Titanic so…
19yr old Film School StudentAugust 13, 2019 at 11:57 am #1203022144
First of all, Robbie isn’t anywhere near as good as DiCaprio and Pitt. I thought Julia Butters was much more entertaining, and I’d say Robbie was no better than Dakota Fanning, Al Pacino, and Margaret Qualley. Robbie provides a likable presence, but the script gives her practically nothing to do. And DiCaprio and Pitt already provide enough likability and charm (while still being crude) that it makes Robbie’s work feel even less impressive. It felt like Tarantino was far too reliant on everyone knowing about Sharon Tate rather than making her a developed character. I really like Margot Robbie, but nobody, no matter how well they do it, deserves to get anywhere close to an Oscar nod if all they contribute is likably walking around for 30 minutes and saying about 100 words. In all honesty, I’d like for anyone who believes Robbie deserves a nomination to tell me why they think she deserves it. Cause I really just don’t understand any hype for her performance
And second of all, how dare you insult the dog.
First of all, you’re right in saying Rick is not the only lead. But you’re wrong in saying that the film has three leading characters. Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth are the main characters, while Sharon Tate is clearly supporting. Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt should be campaigned as co-leads, but the studio’s obviously going to campaign Pitt as supporting, simply because his role is slightly smaller. I’ll admit that Margot Robbie has her own storyline in the film, but that in no way means that she’s a lead. When it comes to screen time, lines, character development, and importance to the plot, Robbie’s not even close to DiCaprio and Pitt. Also, while Rick and Cliff’s storylines are very much connected, Sharon Tate’s plot barely ever intersects with the two of them.
Lol. There’s more to a film than plot, people, and you all know that.
19yr old Film School Student