Honey replied to the topic Which Oscar-less actors nominated in the 2010s will finally win in the 2020s? in the forum Movies 1 day, 11 hours ago
Timothee Chalamet (If he does a James Dean Biopic)
1. Casey Affleck – Manchester By the Sea
2. Naomi Watts – Mulholland Drive
3. Essie Davis – The Babadook
4. Timothee Chalamet – Call Me By Your Name
5. James Dean – East of Eden
6. Emmanuelle Riva – Hiroshima Mon Amour
7. Maggie Cheung – In The Mood For Love
8. Marlon Brando – A Streetcar Named Desire
9. Bill Murray – Lost in Translation
Luca Giliberti replied to the topic Please Help an Emmy Voter — Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series 2020 in the forum Television 1 day, 16 hours ago
Honey replied to the topic Is Christopher Nolan one of the greatest directors of all time? in the forum Movies 1 day, 17 hours ago
Yes. Let’s be real, it’s controversial to GD because he doesn’t make lead female chars movies so his films are never in the conversation in the best actress threads and they tend to not care for other films not in there besides trashing them, not Nolan exclusively, for getting showered with nominations over their crying woman movie in the other categories.
Luca Giliberti replied to the topic Please Help an Emmy Voter — Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series 2020 in the forum Television 1 day, 17 hours ago
“It’s Not You, It’s Me” – Dead to Me
Luca Giliberti replied to the topic Please Help an Emmy Voter — Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series 2020 in the forum Television 1 day, 17 hours ago
We always appreciate your thorough work, Tom!
“Mayday” – The Handmaid’s Tale
I’m pretty sure my other personal choices will be mentioned here several times.
I feel like this is the perfect moment to bring up something that I don’t think enough people have talked about:
I don’t know how many voters of color there are in the TV academy, but I know for sure that Davis’ character, Annalise Keating, has meant a lot to people of color, African-American women in particular. Not just the evolution of her…[Read more]
Having pretty much exhausted the limited/drama series categories, I’m going to give this a shot. I’ve been delaying it because I find his music utterly atrocious (even if it’s meant to be parody), but the reviews are too much to ignore.
Plus, I think everyone pretty much agrees that its fifth season was probably its weakest, so the fact that it managed to get three nominations for it is something to bear in mind. As you said, this sixth season generated unexpected buzz, which can surely only help, right?
Fair enough! That said, it still managed to get two Emmy noms for its third season, one for its fourth (matching season 2’s total) and three for its fifth, after it had already been dropped everywhere.
We’re going to disagree on Davis until her nomination happens or doesn’t happen. I don’t like argument that HTGAWM is past its peak, because 1) people here have claimed that no one watches the show anyway (in which case it wouldn’t matter) and 2) that contradicts the fact that it got its most ever nominationa last year. Of course it wasn’t at the…[Read more]
Cherry Jones has been nominated twice for The Handmaid’s Tale and even managed to win last year when she had barely five minutes of screen time in her episode. Succession was blanked in the acting categories at the Emmys last year, so there’s some uncertainty as to how it’ll perform in the acting races this time around.
That said, I actually have…[Read more]
I feel like whenever Viola Davis is brought up here – the mere fact that she might have a pretty good shot at a nomination – people seem to be very threatened, which, IMO, is exactly why she can get in. I will repeat what someone said last year: “It’s Viola Davis – who doesn’t like her?” I’m not denying that her 2018 snub is of importance here,…[Read more]
My favorite categories! We’re still far away from nominations morning, so I had a little fun with these predictions and didn’t always go with the obvious choices.
1. Cicely Tyson, How to Get Away with Murder
2. Alexis Bledel, The Handmaid’s Tale
3. Phylicia Rashad, This Is Us
4. Julie Dretzin, The Handmaid’s Tale
5. Cherry Jon…[Read more]
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