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Old 01-24-23, 09:59 AM
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I would take Avatar The Way of Water any day over Elvis. That film felt like a total mess to me.

Hey where are all the nominations for The Menu?
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I'd take The Menu over Avatar or Elvis in a heartbeat
Old 01-24-23, 10:11 AM
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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

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My indie music loving daughter is thrilled that Mitski picked up a nom for her song from EEAaO and about the Paul Mescal nomination, assuming he is actually still dating Phoebe Bridgers.
they broke up. He has been hanging around with Angelina Jolie. Allegedly
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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by dex14
India did not submit it for International Feature. They submitted Last Film Show instead.

RRR is a more worthy film to nominate for Best Picture than Avatar, IMO.
Well, that is pretty bizarre. What would the rationale be behind that decision? I can't imagine they would be limited to one submission, so why not submit both?
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Well, that is pretty bizarre. What would the rationale be behind that decision? I can't imagine they would be limited to one submission, so why not submit both?
Yes, they are limited to one.
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Well, that is pretty bizarre. What would the rationale be behind that decision? I can't imagine they would be limited to one submission, so why not submit both?
Each country is limited to one submission for the Best International Feature category. They went with their love letter to movies movie over a crowd pleaser, probably thinking RRR was too over the top.
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If we’re gonna put Avatar in Best Picture, then Wakanda Forever should have gotten the nod too. It is pretty telling that Avatar got a BP nod but nothing for direction, writing or any of the actors.

“It’s the best picture of the year, just not because of the directing, writing or acting” is always such a weird thing.
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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by dex14
Yes, they are limited to one.
Originally Posted by RichC2
Each country is limited to one submission for the Best International Feature category. They went with their love letter to movies movie over a crowd pleaser, probably thinking RRR was too over the top.
Why not submit it for best picture?

At a glance, it looks like it had to have been released in L.A., but I would presume it was. Of course, I have no basis for that presumption.
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Why not submit it for best picture?

At a glance, it looks like it had to have been released in L.A., but I would presume it was. Of course, I have no basis for that presumption.
The producers (not India) did campaign for Best Picture and multiple other categories, but was not nominated.




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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by andicus
Why not submit it for best picture?

At a glance, it looks like it had to have been released in L.A., but I would presume it was. Of course, I have no basis for that presumption.
It was eligible. It just didn't make the final ten.
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Lessgoooooooooo EEAAO!
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Old 01-24-23, 10:55 AM
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they broke up. He has been hanging around with Angelina Jolie. Allegedly
My daughter hotly denies this. Points to them still wearing pinky rings (as seen on the cover of the upcoming boygenius record), as well as a lack of any statement regarding their relationship, as proof that they're still together. I have no dog in this fight, but my daughter feels pretty strongly about this, for whatever reason.
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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by dex14
The producers (not India) did campaign for Best Picture and multiple other categories, but was not nominated.

Originally Posted by Decker
It was eligible. It just didn't make the final ten.
Then I revert to my original statement.
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Jamie Lee Curtis finding out she was nominated:




"THIS IS WHAT SURPRISE LOOKS LIKE! One of my oldest besties texted me at 5:15 that she was sitting in front of my house and did I want company watching the announcements. There she was in the pitch black, freezing, cold in a parka. She came in and sat with me.... I didn't even realize she took pictures. The first is the moment of hearing my name, and then the thrill of my friend, Stephanie's @stephaniehsuofficial name, and the rest of the nominations and then the best thing of all, a loving embrace for my husband. No filters. No fakery. Just the truth of a moment of joy captured by a friend."
Personally, I'm glad JLC's 2022 will most be remembered for Everything, Everywhere All At Once instead of Halloween Ends
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Old 01-24-23, 11:25 AM
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Yeah, I was actually going to add that to my post, that Kwan appears to be the favorite anyway.

I love seeing him nominated. It’s almost like a childhood friend got nominated.
So you're "Chunk" after all this time. The secret is out, although I always had my suspicions.
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So you're "Chunk" after all this time. The secret is out, although I always had my suspicions.
Just don’t make me do the truffle shuffle!
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Ten movies seems like way too much. Avatar looks like it's only in there because of a contractual obligation.

I'm not pleased for the Jamie Lee Curtis nomination. I was hoping for a bigger surprise like Dolly De Leon for Triangle Of Sadness.

Glass Onion and Top Gun in the adapted category seems strange to me, even though I get the rule that sequels go into that category. I'm scratching my head trying to remember what sequels were ever nominated for script (other than Godfather 2 which was adapted from a book). Borat 2, one of the After Midnight movies, what else?
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Jamie Lee Curtis finding out she was nominated:
Is she and Laura Dern the only people to have been nominated who also had both their parents nominated as well?
Old 01-24-23, 11:44 AM
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ELVIS has 8 Oscar nominations!!!

best costume design
best sound
best makeup and hairstyling
best production design
best film editing
best cinematography
best actor
best picture

Bulter would be a breath of fresh air compared to last year's Best Actor Winner.

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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by dex14
Is she and Laura Dern the only people to have been nominated who also had both their parents nominated as well?
Off the top of my head, Henry Fonda is a winner as is Jane, and Peter also was once nominated.

Correction: I see you say both parents. Never mind.
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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by Crocker Jarmen
Ten movies seems like way too much. Avatar looks like it's only in there because of a contractual obligation.

I'm not pleased for the Jamie Lee Curtis nomination. I was hoping for a bigger surprise like Dolly De Leon for Triangle Of Sadness.

Glass Onion and Top Gun in the adapted category seems strange to me, even though I get the rule that sequels go into that category. I'm scratching my head trying to remember what sequels were ever nominated for script (other than Godfather 2 which was adapted from a book). Borat 2, one of the After Midnight movies, what else?
Some others from the wiki -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academ...ted_Screenplay
(adapted from previous films, not necessarily sequels. bolds won the category)

Victor/Victoria | Blake Edwards | The film Viktor und Viktoria by Reinhold Schünzel

Sling Blade | Billy Bob Thornton |The short film Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade written by Thornton

Before Sunset |Screenplay: Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke & Richard Linklater; Story: Kim Krizan & Linklater | Characters from the film Before Sunrise by Krizan & Linklater

The Departed | William Monahan |The film Infernal Affairs written by Felix Chong & Alan Mak

District 9 | Neill Blomkamp & Terri Tatchell | The short film Alive in Joburg written by Blomkamp

Toy Story 3 | Screenplay: Michael Arndt; Story: John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton & Lee Unkrich | The Toy Story films by Pete Docter, Lasseter, Stanton, et al.

Before Midnight | Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke & Richard Linklater | Characters from the film Before Sunrise by Kim Krizan & Linklater

Whiplash | Damien Chazelle | The short film by Chazelle

A Star Is Born | Bradley Cooper, Will Fetters & Eric Roth | The 1954 film by Moss Hart, 1976 film by Joan Didion, John Gregory Dunne & Frank Pierson & story by Robert Carson & William A. Wellman

CODA | Sian Heder | The film La Famille Bélier by Victoria Bedos, Thomas Bidegain, Stanislas Carré de Malberg & Éric Lartigau

Living | Kazuo Ishiguro |The 1952 Japanese film Ikiru











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Re: 2023 Academy Awards

Originally Posted by dex14
Yea... that is a pretty big deal. Disrupts the typical way of campaigning.
Sort of. This kind of stuff has probably gone on behind the scenes since Oscar began,it's just out in the open now in the social media age. Carol Kane for example for her Hester Street nomination went door to door trying to get people to watch her film since it had no big studio backing.
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Is she and Laura Dern the only people to have been nominated who also had both their parents nominated as well?
Ben Beatty and Miles Robbins, now the pressure is on you guys!
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Regarding Top Gun, remember the first movie was based off a magazine article. And the family of the Pilot who the article is based on sued Paramount for Maverick because they claim they weren’t properly paid for the rights to the sequel. So technically Maverick is based off that source material.
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That's the part that's being decided. It's based on characters from Top Gun who were in a movie adapted from a licensed magazine article but not in the article itself.

On one hand, they're invented characters. On the other hand, no article, no Top Gun.

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