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I know some said Jude's performance was slightly ridiculous in this movie.I thought it was fantastic.... *chills*
By the way, I'm so thrilled you've come around a bit with Emma Thompson's Supporting Actress chances.
I think you're foolish for predicting a screenplay snub for WALL*E. EVERY Pixar animated winner got a screenplay nomination. As did Shrek, which also won. It's totally a thing. Pixar is like the new Woody Allen.The only reason I could imagine it wouldn't get nommed is cause all the best moments are silent. But that's not a good enough reason. Screenplays are more than just dialogue. I think screenwriters, of all people, can appreciate that.
which is why all the screenplay nominees are SO not about the words.huh?i get what you're saying but oscar history doesn't really show that they're into general narrative over words.
this movie had some of the most gorgeous cinematography. RIP Conrad Hall
I miss Jude Law in great parts. He was good in Perdition.Anyway, my sister and I are planning to catch him in Hamlet next year. That'd be cool
I don't know if they are into narrative over words as a collective, but the fact that screenplay categories are one of the easiest for the non-English-spoken films to sneak into suggests there must be at least a strong fraction of voters who favours the narrative.
My favourite film. Ever.
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