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Best Director 2002
1. Roman Polanski2. Rob Marshall3. Martin Scorsese/Stephen Daldry5. Pedro Almodovar  Gabriel P. (gabspss)
Ps.: If I was a voter I would never vote for Roman Polanski and I would give the win to Almodovar. My ranking: 1. Polanski 2. Almodovar 3. Daldry 4. Marshall
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Florence + The Machines’ How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
Dying dead here. I can't wait anymore Ceremonials was one of my all time favorite albums.Laactingnyc
I also heard that Vincent Haycock, the director of the odyssey, turned down lemonade to make the odyssey.
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AMY – Official Thread
My review: A haunting portrait of the life of a tortured soul battling her demons that turns aLaactingnyc
I saw this last night for the second time. It was simply amazing and wonderful. Such a sad film.
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Miss Julie (2014, Chastain, Morton, Farrell, Directed by Liv Ullmann)
And it will be playing at TIFF this year
I also watched "Miss Julie" today. It's kind of terrible film-wise. It's boring, slow, badly structured, sometimes pointless and extremely long. I mean they are drinking, talking about super-weird stuff, having sex, yelling a bit and that's all what
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When was the last time you agreed on a Best Picture win?
The Hurt Locker - decades from now, when people go over the Oscars, I think this choice is going toteri
^TWBB is a fine, artsy film. Great score, great camera work, nice perf from DDL. The film that won that year, is a different kind of masterwork. One that CARED about the audience. TKS was not a "terrible" win. It was a glorious win, and one that I wi
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RIP Bonnie Franklin
May she rest in peace.
Been watching episodes of "One Day at a Time" on and off. She was so vibrant. Like a mixture of Ellen Burstyn and Sandy Duncan."This is it, this is it..."RIP
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Leonardo DiCaprio and the oscars
^"...and see the look on his face." O yes...
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What is with people and Magic Mike?
I somewhat get the appeal, but if you're gonna make a movie about male strippers and it's not particteri
Well if nothing else, this thread is great for some good laughs.
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How many nominations will Lagy Gaga receive at next year’s grammys?
Honey, you posters have got to stop creating duplicate threads. There is already a Lady GaGa tGucci
Honey, you posters have got to stop creating duplicate threads. There is already a Lady GaGa thread.
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Best Actress 1994
I went with Ryder. She gave a great star turn in a movie based on a beloved classic. Plus, she gaveEntertain-me
1. Susan Sarandon - The Client2. Jodie Foster - Nell3. Winona Ryder - Little Women4. Miranda Richardson - Tom & Viv5. Jessica Lange - Blue Sky
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Official HOT IN CLEVELAND Season 5 Thread
Excited to see Jennifer Love Hewitt return as Victoria's daughter Emmy. But am I the only one who thDavid Buchanan
I was so disappointed seeing this earlier in the week! Hot In Cleveland was consistently funny thanks to the amazing chemistry between the four lead actresses. What a great team! I will so much miss seeing Valerie, Jane, Wendie, and Betty togeth
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Betty White’s Off Their Rockers
Whos watching the preview on monday?!?!?!?!Laactingnyc
Betty White seems poised to get a 3rd Hosting nomination at the Emmy's this week. And the show itself could possibly be nominated in Oustanding structured reality show.
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Best Supporting Actress 2011
1. Janet McTeer - a captivating performance from a reliable character actress that rivaled Close's wAtypical
I like Octavia Spencer's win for the most part. I know that if Viola Davis had been campaigned here instead of lead actress, I would have wanted her to win above all the other nominees, and she would have easily managed that. Jessica Chastain had tha
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Who was more snubbed: Ben Affleck or Kathryn Bigelow?
I voted for Bigelow.Icky
Affleck was the bigger snub. His film was in position to win BP. But of course Bigelow was more deserving of the nod. ZDT was the best movie of 2012 and most of its quality can be contributed to Bigelow's guidance.
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Best Supporting Actress 1960
Janet Leigh is iconic in Psycho and should have won. Given that she won every precursor that existedTroy
Janet Leigh. Her facial acting while driving the car and imagining her boss' discovery that she stiole the money is great. I also love her scene with Perkins in the back parlor. I think she nails the whole torn, confused young woma
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