Sunday, September 12, 2010

actual e-mail received last night.


LOL. I guess my friend wasn't happy that I dropped Nicole Kidman in Rabbit Hole from those Oscar predictions. The film has it's official premiere tomorrow in Toronto so expect a lot of net reaction for better and for worse. Please get distribution and release date nailed down Most-Desired-Film-of-Mine-Except-for -Black-Swan (sorry)! You can do it.
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12 comments:

Andrew R. said...

RUN AWAY!!!!!

(I dropped Kidman too, it seems very unlikely that Rabbit Hole will get released anytime soon.)

par3182 said...

if only the real nicole could show such emotion...

Dempsey Sanders said...

LOL! I absolotely love that image. Good e-mail.

Anonymous said...

Just need to give her caterpillar lips and it's spot on.

kimandr said...

I will be at the screening tomorrow for Rabbit Hole, so I'll give you my thoughts on it!

And I'll be at Black Swan too! <3

I am way too excited.

Anonymous said...

Guys, every year is the same over and over, when you are crazy supporters for Kidman... She didn't make it even she recieved worse reviews and criticism than expected. It happened with Birth, with Margot at the Wedding and Australia.

O.K. Let it go!! Maybe without than kind of support she make it and return to the acclaimed spot and maybe the Kodak

City_Of_Lights said...

Years later we're seeing fans of Birth and Margot come out on blogs and websites saying what an underrated movie/Kidman performance. Australia was good too but I don't think enough Americans care about Oz to see a nearly 3 hour WWII story. Their loss.

But....I am eagerly awaiting the Rabbit Hole reviews. Long live Kidman!

Yavor said...

Kidman is either AWESOME or BORING; when she's AWESOME she's one of a kind, she portrays emotional instability, insecurity and sadness in a very special and unique way.

I love her silent performances and I feel Rabbit Hole might be one of those.

Keeping my fingers crossed!

Glenn said...

Yeah, it doesn't even have a distributor so if it gets picked up I can't imagine them enacting a one-month-at-the-most campaign. 2011 seems like a better bet (as horrible as that sounds because I NEED RABBIT HOLE NOW!)

/3rtfu11 said...

I love Nicole Kidman. I want her to be a two-time winner. However, it’s very likely they gave her the win so they would never have to deal with her again.

Susan Sarandon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Renee Zellweger, and Rachel Wiesz are examples of this odd phenomenon of winners being shutout from subsequent nominations after recent wins.

NATHANIEL R said...

/3rtfull -- that's definitely a phenomenon but the chief difference is that Nicole Kidman has been WORTHY of subsequent nominations whereas most of those women have not.

Glenn -- yeah. 2011 :(

Miko said...

LOL. Must be an actual photo.