Teridax replied to the topic Actor who wasn't nominated that should have won emmy? in the forum Television 6 hours, 2 minutes ago
I still haven’t gotten over the McKean snubs. I was so passionate about him getting recognized for “Chicanery” specifically I even wrote an article about how great he was as a freelance writer for Goldderby.
Ah well, Emmys be damned,…[Read more]
I didn’t think there was actual shade. “Like why are there Billboards, random?” They seemed to be making fun of the dumb reviewer for not getting it, but you are perfectly entitled to your own opinion, of course.
I think so, just because the consensus hasn’t just been with Bafta, it has been with other awards groups like the Globes and SAG.
Even the Australian International Academy Awards almost had the exact same winners, with the exception of Lead Actress, where Australian bias allowed Margot Robbie to upset McDormand. Still, the Baftas much more…[Read more]
Teridax replied to the topic Full Awards Calendar 2017-18 (Including critics circles) UPDATING in the forum Movies 8 hours, 57 minutes ago
Last year Hacksaw Ridge won Effects/Foley and Dialogue/ADR at MPSE and lost to Bafta winner Arrival. This year, Dunkirk still won an award from MPSE for Music Score, even though it wasn’t one of those 2, on top of its Bafta win. I am excited to see if it can pull off a win at Cinema Audio Society, the Sound Mixers guild. I remember a couple years…[Read more]
American Hustle, Wes Anderson winning nothing, YES Riley! I didn’t officially predict the Oscars the year Roger Deakins lost for True Grit, but if I had I remember thinking he would easily win as the only win for the film, since it was nominated in 10 categories and surely would win something, right? WRONG. Gangs of New York also had 10 nods but…[Read more]
Get Out either wins Picture and nothing else or Screenplay and nothing else, since I don’t think it realistically can win half of its Oscar nominations. Sinc3 Screenplay and Picture have gone together for over a decade (with the exception of The Artist, notably a silent film) I don’t think either scenario seems very likely. I’d say predict Get Out…[Read more]
@eastwest As confident as I am in Billboards, I still have Get Out in 2nd for both Screenplay and Picture. Better safe than sorry.
Also, Lady Bird’s Rotten Tomatoes score is the same as Get Out’s, right? Doesn’t the Gerwig film even have a higher Metacritic score, as does the McDonagh film? Is Get Out critically acclaimed, yes. Is it the MOST…[Read more]
Curious, since I respect you so much as an awards predictor, from this point on what would convince you that Three Billboards will beat Get Out for Original Screenplay at the Oscars? Is there anything at all? Don’t you think Billboards would have won WGA if it had been eligible? Get Out’s WGA win reminds me of Inception and Grand Budapest winning,…[Read more]
Matt Neglia on Twitter:
“Almost EVERYONE on the Red Carpet has said that they love #ThreeBillboardsOutsideEbbingMissouri. #BAFTA”
— Matt Neglia (@NextBestPicture) February 18, 2018
Also Matt Neglia on Twitter:
“Since 1983, one film won both GG/BAFTA for Original Screenplay and lost the Oscar…
85: The Purple Rose Of Cairo (Lost to…[Read more]
Both Midnight In Paris and Her won Original Screenplay at the Globes, thus cushioning their Bafta losses. I don’t even think Her was eligible at Bafta? I remember it got zero nominations there for some bizarre reason. Dallas Buyers Club also got nothing that year, leading to some different but generally deserved winners which were not the Oscars…[Read more]
@gustavocruzesilva “Bafta has never awarded Original Screenplay to a black screenwriter. Even last year, with WGA going for Moonlight in that category, they still went with Manchester. Also, the overreaction always comes from the same people, how funny.”
No offense dude, but I’ve grown to find your complete denial of Three Billboards inevitable…[Read more]
Teridax replied to the topic Black Panther is getting nominated for Best Picture in the forum Movies 17 hours, 5 minutes ago
I just saw Black Panther. I liked it okay enough, but it definitely isn’t getting nominated for any Oscars outside of Makeup and Hairstyling and possibly Costumes.
Joel Harlow was the makeup head and he got nominated recently for Star Trek Beyond but lost to a comic book movie, Suicide Squad. So, how funny would it be if he won a couple years…[Read more]
Teridax replied to the topic Is "confusing" Dunkirk really winning Best Film Editing? in the forum Movies 20 hours, 38 minutes ago
Even with Kristopher Tapley’s Dunkirk BP insanity, I wanted to share this with you:
“Interesting to note that both “Baby Driver” and “Rush” were made by British production company Working Title Films, and both center on fast cars and stuff.”
Interesting to note that both "Baby Driver" and "Rush" were made by British production company Working Title Films, and both center on fast cars and stuff.
— Kristopher Tapley (@kristapley) February 18, 2018
So, does anyone think Brit bias might have…[Read more]
After the Baftas, I would say this is a really close race between Three Billboards, Three Billboards, and Three Billboards. Also, Three Billboards could be a serious dark horse contender should Three Billboards split votes with Three Billboards.
To be fair, Moonlight also won nothing at the Bafta Awards. Then again, it still had a Bafta Picture nomination, unlike Get Out. It still had Globe nominations for Director and Screenplay, unlike Get Out. It still had an Oscar nomination for Film Editing, unlike Get Out. It still won something at SAG, unlike Get Out. Predicting the Peele film for…[Read more]
Teridax replied to the topic Is "confusing" Dunkirk really winning Best Film Editing? in the forum Movies 20 hours, 55 minutes ago
I just switched to Baby Driver for Film Editing and Sound Mixing over Dunkirk. I predicted Dunkirk to win Bafta for Sound and Film Editing over Baby Driver and am beyond thrilled to have been wrong on the latter!
Chalamet couldn’t even win at the Globes, where his movie had 3 nominations while Oldman’s was his films only one. He lost SAG, Critics’ Choice, now Bafta. He has zero chance of winning the Oscar. Plus, I don’t think Call Me By Your Name is as universally beloved as people like to pretend it is. James Ivory is seen as overdue so he will be the…[Read more]
MY FINAL BAFTA PREDICTIONS. The categories I have placed my Super Bets on are highlighted in BOLD:
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Guillermo Del Toro “The Shape of Water”
Gary Oldman “Darkest Hour”
Frances McDormand “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Best Supporting…[Read more]
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