L Hawks replied to the topic The 25 Best Films that FAILED to be Nodded for Best Picture in the forum Movies 1 month, 4 weeks ago
The Dark Knight.
L Hawks replied to the topic Which actresses will define this decade in cinema? in the forum Movies 2 months ago
L Hawks replied to the topic Was "The Revenant" underrated during it's time of release? in the forum Movies 2 months ago
It was like the other sole character survival movies that were released before it like All is Lost, Gravity, Life of Pi. I don’t think it was underrated at all.
I thought this is gonna be a post about merging the actor and actress categories. Oooh i was heated
Anyway… wtf. Hmmm… the producers will determine who to campaign where. If they are both campaigned for the same category, whoever has the stronger narrative gets in. Maybe it’ll be Paulson because she has the harder task of matching Blunt’s…[Read more]
Two of these people “opens up a window ” lol. Random typo that shows up twice on the list.
Soap watcher in 2005-2009 era. So glad to see the youngins there here. Luckinbill, Rikaart, Clifton, etc
L Hawks replied to the topic Actors with 1 acting nomination who are most overdue for an Oscar win in the forum Movies 2 months, 1 week ago
Jake Gyllenhaal for real
1990: Julia Roberts (Pretty Woman)
1991: Jodie Foster (The Silence of the Lambs)
1992: Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct)
1993: Angela Bassett (What’s Love Got to Do with It)
1994: Jessica Lange (Blue Sky)
1995: Susan Sarandon (Dead Man Walking)
1996: Meryl Streep (Marvin’s Room)
1997: Kate Winslet (Titanic)
1998: Gwyneth Paltrow (Shakespeare in…[Read more]
1990: Whoopi Goldberg (Ghost)
1991: Juliette Lewis (Cape Fear)
1992: Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny)
1993: Anna Paquin (The Piano)
1994: Kirsten Dunst (Interview with the Vampire)
1995: Sharon Stone (Casino)
1996: Glenn Close (101 Dalmatians)
1997: Kim Basinger (LA Confidential)
1998: Thandie Newton (Beloved)
1999: Angelina Jolie (Girl,…[Read more]
Andy Garcia (The Godfather: Part III)
Jeremy Irons (Reversal of Fortune)
Joe Pesci (Goodfellas)
Robert De Niro (Awakenings)
Tim Robbins (Cadillac Man)
Anthony Hopkins (The Silence of the Lambs)
Christopher Lloyd (The Addams Family)
Dustin Hoffman (Hook)
Harvey Keitel (Bugsy)
Robert De Niro (Cape Fear)
Bruce Willis (Death Becomes…[Read more]
1990- Mel Gibson (Hamlet)
1991- Nick Nolte (The Prince of Tides)
1992- Joe Pesci (My Cousin Vinny)
1993- Laurence Fishburne (What’s Love Got to Do with It)
1994- Tom Hanks (Forrest Gump)
1995- Sean Penn (Dead Man Walking)
1996- Nathan Lane (The Birdcage)
1997- Jack Nicholson (As Good As It Gets)
1998- Edward Norton (American History X)
1999- Matt…[Read more]
I think having one gives the performer a bit more freedom to do a movie more to his/her liking since he/she will get more options. Make the wrong choice though and that’s it.
Blockbuster fare, especially the villainous role, is usually padded with Oscar noms and winners.
So there is an importance to it somewhat someway. It will have importance…[Read more]
Opinions on which one has a wide variety of options for movies.
I currently have Netflix, Prime (with HBO plus) and Hulu. I’m more into watching older movies than new content so I’m digging Prime. I just hate how I have to buy or rent some of them only for it to be available for free later.
Hulu is horrendous. Idk wtf is going on with that. Most…[Read more]
L Hawks replied to the topic What Films Have You Watched Recently? Thread (Part I) in the forum Movies 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Rewatched Arrival. Fell back in love. Love you Amy Adams and the insane work she did for that movie.
Rewatched The Shape of Water and I love it a lot more now than before. It was cute. It was romantic. The music was charming.
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