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Old 12-03-09, 04:23 PM
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2009 Year in Film | 82nd Oscars Discussion Thread -- 03.07.2010

I have been tracking the precursor awards and support for various films leading into 'Oscar season' for the past couple of years, and figure that with the NBR and indie spirit awards announcing it'd probably be time to kick into doing so this year for those interested.

Feel free to use this thread for discussing nomination/winner possibilities, your favourites of this year, etc as well.

Picture
1. Up In The Air NBR
2. The Hurt Locker NBR*, GIFA
3. (500) Days of Summer NBR*, ISA*
4. A Serious Man NBR*, GIFA*
5. An Education NBR*
5. Inglourious Basterds NBR*
5. Invictus NBR*
5. The Messenger NBR*
5. Star Trek NBR*
5. Up NBR*
5. Where The Wild Things Are NBR*

Director
1. Clint Eastwood, ‘Invictus’ NBR*
2. Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, ‘A Serious Man’ ISA*
2. Lee Daniels, ‘Precious’ ISA*
2. Cary Fukanaga, ‘Sin Nombre’ ISA*
2. James Gray, ‘Two Lovers’ ISA*
2. Michael Hoffman, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*

Actor
1. George Clooney, ‘Up In The Air’ NBR**
1. Morgan Freeman, ‘Invictus’ NBR**
3. Jeff Bridges, ‘Crazy Heart’ ISA*
3. Colin Firth, ‘A Single Man’ ISA*
3. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, ‘(500) Days of Summer’ ISA*
3. Souleymane Sy Savane, ‘Goodbye Solo’ ISA*
3. Adam Scott, ‘The Vicious Kind’ ISA*

Actress
1. Carey Mulligan, ‘An Education’ NBR
2. Maria Bello, ‘Downloading Nancy’ ISA*
2. Helen Mirren, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*
2. Gwenyth Paltrow, ‘Two Lovers’ ISA*
2. Gabourney Sidibe, ‘Precious’ ISA*
2. Nisreen Faour, ‘Amreeka’ ISA*

Supporting Actor
1. Woody Harrelson, ‘The Messenger’ NBR, ISA*
2. Jermaine Clement, ‘Gentlemen Broncos’ ISA*
2. Cristian McKay, ‘Me and Orson Welles’ ISA*
2. Ramon McKinnon, ‘That Evening Sun’ ISA*
2. Christopher Plummer, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*

Supporting Actress
1. Anna Kendrick, ‘Up In The Air’ NBR
2. Monique Imes, ‘Precious’ ISA*
2. Samantha Morton, ‘The Messenger’ ISA*
2. Natahlie Press, ‘Fifty Dead Men Walking’ ISA*
2. Mia Wasikowska, ‘That Evening Sun’ ISA*
2. Dina Korzun, ‘Cold Souls’ ISA*

Screenplay, Adapted
1. Jason Reitman & Sheldon Turner, ‘Up In The Air’ NBR
2. Michael Hoffman, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*

Screenplay, Original
1. Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, ‘A Serious Man’ NBR
2. Alessandro Camon & Oren Moverman, ‘The Messenger’ ISA*
2. Lee Toland Krieger, ‘The Vicious Kind’ ISA*
2. Greg Mottola, ‘Adventureland’ ISA*
2. Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber, ‘(500) Days of Summer’ ISA*

Animated
1. Up NBR, AA*
2. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs AA*
2. Coraline AA*
2. Fantastic Mr. Fox AA*
2. The Princess and the Frog AA*
2. The Secret of Kells AA*

Documentary
1. The Cove NBR
2. Food, Inc. GIFA, NBR*, ISA*
3. Burma VJ: Reporting From A Closed Country NBR*
3. The Most Dangerous Man In America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers NBR*
5. Which Way Home ISA*

Foreign Film
1. France, ‘A Prophet’ NBR, ISA*
2. Chile, ‘The Maid’ NBR*, ISA*
3. Austria, ‘Revanche’ NBR*
3. Germany, ‘The White Ribbon’ NBR*
3. Iran, ‘Song Of Sparrows’ NBR*
3. Turkey, ‘Three Monkeys’ NBR*

Cinematography
1. Roger Deakins, ‘A Serious Man’ ISA*
1. Adriano Goldman, ‘Sin Nombre’ ISA*
1. Anne Misawa, ‘Treeless Mountain’ ISA*
1. Andrij Parekh, ‘Cold Souls’ ISA*
1. Peter Zeitlinger, ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’ ISA*

NB: * denotes a nomination, ** denotes a tied win, *** denotes a runner-up.
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when do the globes get announced?
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when do the globes get announced?
Nominations on Dec. 15, Winners Jan. 17th
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There's already an Oscar thread for next year.
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I'd really like to see Christopher Waltz get nominated for Supporting Actor
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There's already an Oscar thread for next year.
I like this better because of hardercore's awesome nomination list
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My bad, didn't pick up on this. Ah well, I'll continue to track the precursors here, I've no issue if you want to take your discussion there.

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I like this better because of hardercore's awesome nomination list
Much appreciated.
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I'd really like to see Christopher Waltz get nominated for Supporting Actor
Then you'll be very happy. He'll definitely be nominated.
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Originally Posted by SethDLH View Post
I'd really like to see Christopher Waltz get nominated for Supporting Actor
Critical praise for the film rarely did not go hand-in-hand with raves for Waltz's performance... and the movie was a box-office hit so he also has that populous appeal. I'd say he's pretty much a lock, but it is still very early.
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Critical praise for the film rarely did not go hand-in-hand with raves for Waltz's performance... and the movie was a box-office hit so he also has that populous appeal. I'd say he's pretty much a lock, but it is still very early.
Hopefully...would really like to see him walk away with the statue. But it'd be even better for QT to grab the best director statue. I don't think I could take another vomit worthy Oscars like last year's. Precious seems to be this year's Slumdog...
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Come on now. No one has posted in that thread since February '09. Who would have thought to dig that up?

I like this one better with all the year end critic's circles and groups. And get read to make room for Meryl Streep on that actress list. At this point, she's the actress to beat this year.
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Worst year of the decade and the big joke with 10 Best Picture Nominations.
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National Board of Review Awards for 2009:

Best Film
UP IN THE AIR

Top Ten Films
(In alphabetical order) AN EDUCATION, (500) DAYS OF SUMMER, THE HURT LOCKER, INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, INVICTUS, THE MESSENGER, A SERIOUS MAN, STAR TREK, UP, WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

Best Foreign Language Film
A PROPHET

Top Five Foreign Films
(In alphabetical order) THE MAID, REVANCHE, SONG OF SPARROWS, THREE MONKEYS, THE WHITE RIBBON

Best Documentary
THE COVE

Top Five Documentaries
(In alphabetical order) BURMA VJ: REPORTING FROM A CLOSED COUNTRY, CRUDE, FOOD, INC., GOOD HAIR, THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA: DANIEL ELLSBERG AND THE PENTAGON PAPERS

Top Independent Films
(In alphabetical order) AMREEKA, DISTRICT 9, GOODBYE SOLO, HUMPDAY, IN THE LOOP, JULIA, ME AND ORSON WELLES, MOON, SUGAR, TWO LOVERS

Best Actor
GEORGE CLOONEY, Up In The Air; MORGAN FREEMAN, Invictus

Best Actress
CAREY MULLIGAN, An Education

Best Supporting Actor
WOODY HARRELSON, The Messenger

Best Supporting Actress
ANNA KENDRICK, Up In The Air

Best Ensemble Cast
IT'S COMPLICATED

Breakthrough Performance by an Actor
JEREMY RENNER, The Hurt Locker

Breakthrough Performance by an Actress
GABOUREY SIDIBE, Precious

Spotlight Award for Best Directorial Debut
DUNCAN JONES, Moon; OREN MOVERMAN, The Messenger; MARC WEBB, (500) Days of Summer

Best Director
CLINT EASTWOOD, Invictus

Best Adapted Screenplay
JASON REITMAN and SHELDON TURNER, Up In The Air

Best Original Screenplay
JOEL AND ETHAN COEN, A Serious Man

Best Animated Feature
UP

Special Filmmaking Achievement
WES ANDERSON, The Fantastic Mr. Fox

William K. Everson Award For Film History
JEAN PICKER FIRSTENBERG

Freedom Of Expression
BURMA VJ: REPORTING FROM A CLOSED COUNTRY; INVICTUS; THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA: DANIEL ELLSBERG AND THE PENTAGON PAPERS
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This year wasn't that bad, but the NBR top 10 is odd - extremely mainstream list. Though it is largely in tune with critical response -- RT %s:

Up - 98% w/ 248 Reviews
The Hurt Locker - 98% w/ 165 Reviews
Star Trek - 95% w/ 275 Reviews
The Cove - 95% w/ 107 reviews
An Education - 94% w/ 154 reviews
The Messenger - 91% w/ 64 reviews
Inglourious Basterds - 88% w/ 250 Reviews
500 Days of Summer - 87% w/ 185 reviews
A Serious Man - 87% w/ 160 Reviews
Invictus - 86% w/ ....7 reviews.
Up in the Air - 85% w/ 75 Reviews.
Where the Wild Things Are - 72% w/ 200 Reviews

In the Loop - 95% with 128 reviews
District 9 - 90% with 232 reviews
Moon - 89% with 158 reviews
Julia - 73% with 48 reviews

Glad to see Julia (Swinton was fantastic in it), Moon and In The Loop get some recognition. Loved Star Trek - it was pure entertainment. And Inglourious Basterds is one of my favorite films of the decade. Hopefully Up In The Air lives up to its long running (since Jan of this year) hype and doesn't get shit all over because of it (Juno).

I liked Up much more on a repeat viewing, but there's still too many flaws in it to ignore. I much preferred The Fantastic Mr. Fox.

Woody Harrelson as Best Supporting Actor? Awesome.

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Here are a handful of films I've thoroughly enjoyed this year in place of a top 10 (as I haven't seen many of the 'December Oscar Slate'):

Black Dynamite
The Hurt Locker
The Messenger

Mother
A Prophet
The White Ribbon

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wow, a lot of crap in there. Hurt Locker was painfully boring to watch and should be no where near a top film list.
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wow, a lot of crap in there. Hurt Locker was painfully boring to watch and should be no where near a top film list.
IMO, there are many adjectives to describe The Hurt Locker but boring is definitely not one of them.
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Is Christoph Waltz an Actor or a Supporting Actor? Since all the actors in Inglorious Basterds have equal screen time, Christoph Waltz should be nominated as Best Actor, instead of Supporting Actor. Out of everyone in that film, Christoph Waltz seemed like he had the most screentime in that film than everyone else.
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I'd really like to see Christopher Waltz get nominated for Supporting Actor
ditto. and probably win it
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Is Christoph Waltz an Actor or a Supporting Actor? Since all the actors in Inglorious Basterds have equal screen time, Christoph Waltz should be nominated as Best Actor, instead of Supporting Actor. Out of everyone in that film, Christoph Waltz seemed like he had the most screentime in that film than everyone else.
Screen time is actually irrelavent, it depends on his role in context to the movie.

The character itself, IMO, was a supporting character despite the amount of screentime he had. Shosanna and Aldo were the leads.

It's a tougher call for movies like A Perfect Getaway where
Spoiler:
the main characters at the beginning of the movie are not the main characters at the end of the movie
, but that movie is in no danger of getting nominated for anything so no biggie, though Steve Zahn did a pretty great job in it.

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Screen time is actually irrelavent, it depends on his role in context to the movie.

The character itself, IMO, was a supporting character despite the amount of screentime he had. Shosanna and Aldo were the leads.
I agree. Also, in terms of chances for Waltz actually winning, the Actor field is looking far more crowded with the likes of Clooney, Freeman, Firth and Day-Lewis. His best shot is for Supporting Actor and we'd better hope the Weinsteins will promote him in that category.
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IMO, there are many adjectives to describe The Hurt Locker but boring is definitely not one of them.
What the flipping fuck!? No kidding! The word boring and "The Hurt Locker" should never be allowed in the same sentence. There were so many intense scenes in that film, it was almost unnerving.
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The British Independents and Washington DC critics announced today:

Picture
1. Up In The Air NBR, WAFCA
2. The Hurt Locker NBR*, GIFA, WAFCA*
3. Moon BIFA
4. (500) Days of Summer NBR*, ISA*
5. A Serious Man NBR*, GIFA*
6. Inglourious Basterds NBR*, WAFCA*
6. Up NBR*, WAFCA*
8. An Education NBR*
8. Invictus NBR*
8. The Messenger NBR*
8. Star Trek NBR*
8. Where The Wild Things Are NBR*

Director
1. Clint Eastwood, ‘Invictus’ NBR, WAFCA*
2. Kathryn Bigelow, ‘The Hurt Locker’ WAFCA
3. Andrea Arnold, ‘Fish Tank’ BIFA
4. Lee Daniels, ‘Precious’ ISA*, WAFCA*
5. Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, ‘A Serious Man’ ISA*
5. Cary Fukanaga, ‘Sin Nombre’ ISA*
5. James Gray, ‘Two Lovers’ ISA*
5. Michael Hoffman, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*

Actor
1. George Clooney, ‘Up In The Air’ NBR**, WAFCA
2. Morgan Freeman, ‘Invictus’ NBR**, WAFCA*
3. Tom Hardy, ‘Bronson’ BIFA
4. Jeff Bridges, ‘Crazy Heart’ ISA*
4. Colin Firth, ‘A Single Man’ ISA*
4. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, ‘(500) Days of Summer’ ISA*
4. Souleymane Sy Savane, ‘Goodbye Solo’ ISA*
4. Adam Scott, ‘The Vicious Kind’ ISA*

Actress
1. Carey Mulligan, ‘An Education’ NBR, BIFA, WAFCA
2. Gabourney Sidibe, ‘Precious’ ISA*, WAFCA*
3. Maria Bello, ‘Downloading Nancy’ ISA*
3. Helen Mirren, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*
3. Gwenyth Paltrow, ‘Two Lovers’ ISA*
3. Nisreen Faour, ‘Amreeka’ ISA*

Supporting Actor
1. Woody Harrelson, ‘The Messenger’ NBR, ISA*, WAFCA*
2. Christoph Waltz, ‘Inglourious Basterds’ WAFCA
3. John Henshaw, ‘Looking For Eric’ BIFA
4. Jermaine Clement, ‘Gentlemen Broncos’ ISA*
4. Cristian McKay, ‘Me and Orson Welles’ ISA*
4. Ramon McKinnon, ‘That Evening Sun’ ISA*
4. Christopher Plummer, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*

Supporting Actress
1. Anna Kendrick, ‘Up In The Air’ NBR, WAFCA*
2. Monique Imes, ‘Precious’ WAFCA, ISA*
3. Anna-Marie Duff, ‘Nowhere Boy’ BIFA
4. Samantha Morton, ‘The Messenger’ ISA*, WAFCA*
5. Natahlie Press, ‘Fifty Dead Men Walking’ ISA*
5. Mia Wasikowska, ‘That Evening Sun’ ISA*
5. Dina Korzun, ‘Cold Souls’ ISA*

Screenplay, Adapted
1. Jason Reitman & Sheldon Turner, ‘Up In The Air’ NBR, WAFCA
2. Jesse Armstrong, Simon Blackwell, Armando Iannucci, Tony Roche, ‘In The Loop’ BIFA
3. Michael Hoffman, ‘The Last Station’ ISA*
4. John lee Hancock, ‘The Blind Side’ WAFCA*
4. Nick Hornby, ‘An Education’ WAFCA*
4. Geoffrey Fletcher, ‘Precious’ WAFCA*
4. Joe Penhall, ‘The Road’ WAFCA*

Screenplay, Original
1. Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, ‘A Serious Man’ NBR, WAFCA*
2. Quentin Tarantino, ‘Inglourious Basterds’ WAFCA
3. Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber, ‘(500) Days of Summer’ ISA*, WAFCA*
4. Alessandro Camon & Oren Moverman, ‘The Messenger’ ISA*
4. Lee Toland Krieger, ‘The Vicious Kind’ ISA*
4. Greg Mottola, ‘Adventureland’ ISA*

Animated
1. Up NBR, AA*, WAFCA
2. Coraline AA*, WAFCA*
2. Fantastic Mr. Fox AA*, WAFCA*
4. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs AA*
4. The Princess and the Frog AA*
4. The Secret of Kells AA*

Documentary
1. Food, Inc. GIFA, WAFCA, NBR*, ISA*
2. The Cove NBR, WAFCA*
3. Mugabe and the White African BIFA
4. Burma VJ: Reporting From A Closed Country NBR*
4. The Most Dangerous Man In America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers NBR*

Foreign Film
1. France, ‘A Prophet’ NBR, ISA*
2. Mexico, ‘Sin Nombre’ WAFCA
3. Chile, ‘The Maid’ NBR*, ISA*
4. Germany, ‘The White Ribbon’ NBR*, WAFCA*
5. Austria, ‘Revanche’ NBR*
5. Iran, ‘Song Of Sparrows’ NBR*
5. Turkey, ‘Three Monkeys’ NBR*

Cinematography
1. Greig Fraser, ‘Bright Star’ BIFA
2. Roger Deakins, ‘A Serious Man’ ISA*
2. Adriano Goldman, ‘Sin Nombre’ ISA*
2. Anne Misawa, ‘Treeless Mountain’ ISA*
2. Andrij Parekh, ‘Cold Souls’ ISA*
2. Peter Zeitlinger, ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’ ISA*

Art Direction
1. Nine WAFCA
2. The Lovely Bones WAFCA*
2. Star Trek WAFCA*
2. Where The Wild Things Are WAFCA*
2. The Young Victoria WAFCA*

NB: * denotes a nomination, ** denotes a tied win, *** denotes a runner-up.
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Yet again these critics seem to be thinking Jason Reitman's films direct themselves...
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