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Marc @ The TwoOhSix 13h
Bombshell is a lot to take in and is at times difficult to digest. The magic is in the performances with Kidman, Theron, and Robbie clearly leading the way.
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Paul Carlson Dec 6
Replying to @EscapeIntoFilm
Best Actress Renee Zellweger / 'Judy' Elisabeth Moss / 'Her Smell' Charlize Theron / 'Bombshell' Lupita Nyong'o / 'Us' Scarlett Johansson / 'Marriage Story' Zellweger BECOMES the legend.
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Silver Screen Riot Dec 8
I nominated 46 individual films for the awards. They are as follows:
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Paul Carlson Dec 6
Replying to @EscapeIntoFilm
Best Director Noah Baumbach / 'Marriage Story' Boon Joon Ho / 'Parasite' Greta Gerwig / 'Little Women' Sam Mendes / '1917' The Safdie Brothers / 'Uncut Gems' Baumbach has quietly been one of the decades best filmmakers. This is his master stroke.
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Brent McKnight Dec 7
Since turning in my first nomination ballot of the year yesterday I've watched two movies that easily could have shown up in at least a couple of categories. Such is life.
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Paul Carlson Dec 6
Replying to @EscapeIntoFilm
Best Film Editing ‘1917' ‘Little Women' ‘Marriage Story' ‘Avengers: Endgame' ‘Rocketman' ‘1917’ is mostly shot as if it’s one, long, frenetic shot - and this infuses the film with harrowing intensity
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Warren Cantrell Dec 13
'Bombshell' comes out today and represents an utterly wasted opportunity, squandering some legit good performances. It's hard to know who this movie is for, and it represents a notable misfire for all involved. My review:
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Paul Carlson Dec 6
Replying to @EscapeIntoFilm
Best Foreign Language Film ‘Parasite' ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire' ‘The Farewell' ‘Atlantics ‘Weathering with You' Two of these films are in my top 10 of 2019 - and ‘Farewell’ just missed the cut.
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Warren Cantrell Dec 9
This is the only no-brainer for me out of all 2019 noms. Anyone who knows me knows what I have as a lock this year ✏️☠️
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix Dec 13
The 2019 Seattle Film Critics Society year end awards will be announced via the SFCS Twitter page on Monday December 17th beginning at 9:00am PST.
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Seattle Film Critics Dec 9
The 2019 nominees for BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN: * Dennis Gassner, Lee Sandales - 1917 * Bob Shaw, Regina Graves - THE IRISHMAN * Jess Gonchor, Claire Kaufman - LITTLE WOMEN * Barbara Ling, Nancy Haigh - ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD * Lee Ha-jun - PARASITE
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Ryan Night, Deadly Night 🌲☃️🔪 Dec 9
This is an excellent group of nominations!
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix Dec 6
Six more FYC screeners arrived in the mail today and this super cool fold out 3D card thing from Laika for Missing Link.
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix 17h
Honeyland is a documentary that I wanted to like more than I did.
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Ryan Night, Deadly Night 🌲☃️🔪 Dec 9
The Seattle Film Critics Society nominations will be announced starting at 9am PT this morning. Be sure to follow for the announcements in real time 😃
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix 16h
Apollo 11 should be considered essential viewing for anyone who has any interest in the history of our space program.
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix 15h
If there was ever a movie where the joy of making it comes across on screen, this would be it. You can watch it on the right now.
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix Dec 9
Uncut Gems, a drug fueled train wreck that you can't look away from until it's done twisting and testing every ounce of your movie going resolve, will be released in theaters just in time for Christmas!
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Calvin Kemph Dec 10
With cutting precision behind the camera, Eastwood has crafted yet another hero-of-the-moment story. Having seen all his work, I weigh in on his latest.
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Marc @ The TwoOhSix Dec 9
This right here is what it's all about.
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