Desplat won his second 3 years after his first, off the top off my head.
You got me wondering though, so I looked into it. After John Williams, these are the people that managed.
Alan Manken also managed it in 1990 and 1992 for The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast.
Howard Shore pulled it off too, for the first and last installments…[Read more]
Could someone more versed in predicting the Documentary category shine some light on Robin’s Wish, the documentary dealing with Robin Williams’ last days? Does it have a shot at a nomination or a win?
1. Cloud Atlas
4. La La Land
5. Get Out
6. Cool Kids Don’t Cry (Achtste Groepers Huilen Niet)
7. The Dark Knight Rises
8. The Great Gatsby
9. Silver Linings PLaybook
10. Inside Out
Palmboom replied to the topic What surprise 2020 Oscar win would you most like to see? in the forum Movies 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Klaus for Animated Feature
Actor: Joaquin Phoenix
Actress: Renée Zellweger
Supp. Actor: Brad Pitt
Supp. Actress: Laura Dern
Director: Martin Scorsese
Orig. Screenplay: Knives Out
Adap. Screenplay: The Two Popes
Cinematography: The Lighthouse
Prod. Design: 1917
Editing: Ford v. Ferrari
Costumes: Jojo Rabbit
Score: Little Women
Two movies pop out for me. Firstly Parasite, which although I heard was getting a lot of praise, absolutely blew me away. What a rollercoaster.
Secondly, a fantastic French movie in an extremely good year for French cinema. I’m talking about The Wolf’s Call. Interesting subject, entrancing and perfectly executed. I was on the edge of my seat for…[Read more]
Palmboom replied to the topic If you could wish ONE nomination into happening Monday, what would you wish? in the forum Movies 9 months, 1 week ago
Klaus for Best Picture
2008: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
2009: Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
2011: Water for Elephants/The Tree of Life
2012: Cloud Atlas
2013: The Great Gatsby
2015: Inside Out
2016: La La Land
2017: Get Out
2018: Avengers: Infinity War
2019: Le Chant du Loup/Avengers: Endgame (I haven’t seen 90%+ of the hopefuls)
For me definitely choosing Jones over Fiennes. His work for Schindler’s List was incredible, menacing and very impressive. He was robbed. Can’t see why the Academy went with Jones.
Interesting question. After receiving acclaim for Your Name, I could see Makoto Shinkai’s Weathering With You getting in for Best International Film. I however haven’t looked into its competition. Parasite is a shoe-in, but who knows. There might be room for Weathering With You.
Simon and Garfunkel
I agree about ABBA, would love to see it and it would make for a perfect Mother’s Day gift.
Hepburn and Hepburn