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April 8, 2021 at 6:25 pm #1204187303
Björk’s final scene in Dancer In The Dark, you just feel so much for her, she’s so scared and broken.April 7, 2021 at 5:29 pm #1204185015
The Woman in the Window will be big at the Razzies. People are saying that the reshoots actually made the movie worse.
Red, White and Water is also on a limbo. They’re reshooting the film and it’s been postponed.
But still, it’s not because of Rudin, if the movies are bad well, they are bad and that’s why they will miss, but not because Rudin is involved.April 7, 2021 at 4:31 pm #1204184928
Rudin is involved in quite a good amount of films this year, so I don’t see it as a reason to get any heat, The French Dispatch, The Woman In The Window, and the A24 Jennifer Lawrence one, Red, Water something (forgot the title, sorry) all have him involved, the Academy is not going to just drop all of those films from recognition.April 7, 2021 at 4:24 pm #1204184910
I’m just a random dude from Nashville who likes predicting the Oscars and wants the best for Promising Young Woman and Minari. I don’t wanna get involved in stan wars, I just wanna talk to people who are interested in the same things as me for advice on predictions and maybe talk to people who have similar taste to me. Why can’t we have more people who just wanna talk about predictions?
Same here <3 just focus on yourself! I love Goldderby and will continue to, I just ignore everyone that likes to get in fights (and that’s coming from me, the feistiest bitch i know) or those accounts that are just for dragging and insulting.
I tend to come as the peacemaker to shut everyone up and try to make them focus on the subject of the thread haha, so you do what you came here to do and continue to predict as you should!April 5, 2021 at 5:10 pm #1204180737
Omg. GAGA is overacting so much. It’s SOOO BADDDDD. Terrible. I thought it was a comedy.
You seem pressed, maybe that is what the script and character requires, and you only saw a minute and a half clip recorded by a paparazzi yet you are making assumptions of how her acting is.April 5, 2021 at 5:02 pm #1204180729
What is The Last Duel about? I don’t know anything about it, but based on the pics it seems like an action movie, kind of like a Gerard Butler type of action movie.April 2, 2021 at 11:14 pm #1204172951
Even if it ends up being a mess, at least the bitch is committed.
I want her to go all the way, scream, fight, cry, do it all honey, give me ACTRESS.March 30, 2021 at 10:27 am #1204166048
Only have two answers.
Lady Gaga in House Of Gucci.
Björk in The Northman.March 30, 2021 at 9:41 am #1204165919
I’m going to take some of your comments as also directed at me so i can respond to the opinions i’m seeing here haha.
Do I, Manuel, in my personal opinion, in my own world and perception of the movie industry and general audiences, think Chadwick was a LEGEND? No, I don’t, however, as i said when i brought up the conversation, he played THE ICONIC Black Panther, a character that had huge impact on very diverse audiences all over the world, but this is more than just “oh, you’re only a legend if people recognize your characters”, and it also isn’t about how many awards their performances won, because i mean, Glenn is right there and we all know what the tea is.
Chadwick was a hugely popular actor, we all know that, he was on his way to greatness and all those biopic performances he gave would have been a good thing to notice after he would have his long career, but as of right now, those performances are not very well known, i mean we know them for sure, we are aware of the work most actors have done, but truth is barely no one knows Get On Up even exists, Marshall could have been his first awards breakout, and it wasn’t.
I am not mentioning here that he isn’t deserving of the title, just pointing out how in my opinion he is more of a popular icon than a legend, i agree with all of you about the impact of Black Panther, but he definitely could have reached even bigger greatness and sadly he passed away.
I’m going to make a little comparison, i am a HUGE Lady Gaga fan, to me she’s the definition of a 2000’s legend, however, do i think she’s one of the all time music legends? No. But is she on her way to that? 100% yes. Is she one of the biggest popular icons? 100% yes. That’s what i see on Chadwick, he was well on his way.
I really like to talk and discuss things, so sorry if the conversation has become annoying or boring to you, but i just really enjoy these conversations and giving my opinion.March 29, 2021 at 3:15 pm #1204164686
I do think My Octopus Teacher seems to be the popular choice, however, is PGA going 3/3 on Picture, Animated and Documentary? Is that common?March 29, 2021 at 3:08 pm #1204164674
Manuelcolon dead people don’t always win Oscars so that statement about it helping him is a lie.
Chadwicks acting has had more acclaim hype and a campaign around his acting skills then Hopkins outside of gold derby and film twitter HOPKINS HAS NOT BEEN CAMPAIGNIGN AND HAS HAD VISIBELIE ISSUES TO FORM HYPE IN THE USA Sony pictures fought really…since yall are just now seeing it on VOD.
So no Hopkins does not deserve to win when chadwick has been the frontrunner since sag locked and a critics choice and golden globe its more than acting to get a Oscar he didn’t campaign and had visibility issue THATS HOW DONT WIN A OSCAR.But hes alive and healthy to get Oscar 2 one day.
It does help him… Chadwick is not a legendary actor, he does not have an iconic filmography, he was just very popular for being THE Black Panther, this is first role to gather award attention, his performance is really good, but as i said, one of the many factor of him being probably locked for the win is his death, if he was alive he could win, yes, but there would not be the push of rewarding him because he would have many more chances if he was alive and working.
If Anthony Hopkins had died and not Chad then he would probably be sweeping, because he also is popular and a legend. If Riz Ahmed or Steven Yeun had died i don’t think they would be winning anything because they are not as popular, it’s a matter of who they are as actor, that’s why not anyone who dies is locked to winning, but in this specific case Chadwick was a very popular and beloved actor who played an iconic character that has influenced audiences all over the world.March 29, 2021 at 1:29 pm #1204164527
Come on, we know that Chad is on part winning because of his death, not 100%, but if we take in consideration everything from performance, campaign, sympathy, etc, there is a part that goes to his death and feeling of him never going to compete again.
He is really really good, and we also know that Ma Rainey’s is more about him than it is about Ma Rainey haha, so yeah, saying that he is winning because of that is not necessarily wrong, but it also isn’t the whole reason for his win.
Oh, and also, those calling everyone out on “racism” and “white supremacy” should learn more before texting or opening your mouth, because we are not discussing Chadwick’s skin color or race, so it would be appreciated if you stopped making fake remarcs on any user here that is not talking about race.March 28, 2021 at 11:37 pm #1204163235
I’m sorry for your grandma. This film was a bit close to home for me as well. My grandpa has Alzheimer disease and he’s exactly like your grandma was before her passing: just a shadow of the man he used to be. Also when my great-grandma was in vegetative state due to a stroke, she used to call for her mother by the time she died, just like Hopkins character did. It was indeed a very real and heartbreaking portrait.
I feel for you, i know what you’re going through. I just want to ask you something, to still appreciate every moment you have left with your grandfather, if he gets difficult try your best at being understanding, i didn’t do that and now that years have passed we start to regret stuff that we should have done when those people were alive.March 28, 2021 at 5:15 pm #1204162991
I am so happy to enter this thread and read everybody saying that Anthony Hopkins is the best, i also saw the movie today and i share those feelings.
Boseman gave a performance of a great actor, but Hopkins gave the performance of a legend, I don’t see anybody else in that role, it was for him. It touched my heart deeply.
I just hope somehow he wins SAG and BAFTA, ending up winning the Oscar, because he should be the one winning.
This performance should and will be remembered, i would like to hug Anthony Hopkins and tell him that i thank him, because i know what the movie means.March 28, 2021 at 5:03 pm #1204162976
Just saw The Father, i am so happy it got the nominations it deserved, although sadly missing Director.
It is such a gorgeous and detailed film, made with such intelligence and care, and to think this is Florian’s debut, wow.
I usually don’t notice stuff like edition, but on this one it’s so easy to notice how well executed it is, it let’s you get confused without missing track, and it is all because of how correct the order was, the cinematography did wonders for the production design, the takes highlighted the house at its maximum and it felt like a square, all fitting perfectly where it should be.
No offense to Chadwick Boseman, but Anthony Hopkins gave the performance of a legend, the lines came out of him with such ease, like he was actually inventing the script on his mind, not just saying what he was told, that is the performance that should be winning Best Actor, and as good as CB is, Anthony acted circles around him and everyone else, a performance that will and should be remembered, i really hope somehow he wins SAG and then BAFTA, so he can end up taking the Oscar as he should be.
The final scene kinda broke me, as he called for his mom i was just thinking of my own grandma, she had very developed Alzheimers and basically all i knew about her was from the disease, when i was like 10 years old she started showing the first signs and by the time she died, 11 years later, she was nobody, couldn’t talk, couldn’t move, she used to bang on the door and call for her mother to come pick her up because that wasn’t her house, so when i saw that final scene with Anthony i just clicked immediately, that is such a real portrait, heartbreaking as it is.
I want it to win everything, i haven’t seen such a touching film in so long.