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93rd Academy Awards (Road to OSCAR 2021) - LIVE Astro Ria 104, Astro 702, Isnin

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Sambungan thread terdahulu..

Untuk sesiapa belum ketahuan lagi, Oscar terpaksa ditangguhkan pada bulan 4 tahun depan disebabkan Covid-19 yg melambatkan tayangan bbrp buah filem.. even Cannes , Venice, Torronto pun terpaksa postponed ke tarikh tak diketahui lagi.

Berikut bbrp buah filem yg sempat ditayangkan sewaktu Sundance & Berlin&di jangka akan masuk bbrp kategori:

The Best Movies Eligible for the 2021 Oscars Right Now

https://www.indiewire.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/oscars-2021-1.png?w=756“The Assistant,” “Da 5 Bloods,” and more Oscar contenders

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   IndieWire’s awards expert Anne Thompson wrote earlier this year that all the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences needs is 10 good contenders to have an Oscars ceremony. If that’s the case, then consider the 2021 Academy Awards a go. Theater closures, festival cancellations, and endless release delays have made a majority of moviegoers question what the upcoming Oscar race will look like, but it’s worth noting that as of July 2020 there are dozens of good movies worthy of Oscar buzz, regardless of whether or not they are the most traditional contenders. The fall movie season is expected to bring the usual abundance of contenders, but the fact remains that a 2021 Oscars would’ve been exciting even if the Academy did not bump the ceremony from February 28 to April 25, 2021.
One of the major changes to the 2021 Oscars is a temporary rule that will allow streaming and VOD movies that had planned theatrical releases to be eligible for the Academy Awards. To keep track of the good movies eligible for Oscars under this new rule, IndieWire is starting a running guide below consisting of must-see titles that either opened in theaters this year already or intended to do so but instead opened on streaming or VOD. Whether or not these films become Oscar contenders or get studio-backed campaigns remain to be seen, but for now these are the films eligible for the 2021 Oscars that are worth seeking out.
Note: New titles that meet the Oscar eligibility requirements will be added in the future as they are released.


Photo : Netflix
“Crip Camp”

Netflix had planned for an awards-qualifying theatrical release for “Crip Camp” to coincide with the movie’s March 25 streaming launch. The acclaimed documentary from Nicole Newnham and James LeBrecht world premiered at Sundance in January, where it won an Audience Award prize and became an instant contender in the 2021 Oscar race for Best Documentary. Similar to last year’s Oscar-winning documentary “American Factory,” “Crip Camp” has the backing of both Netflix and the Obamas through their Higher Ground Productions company. The doc is set in the 1970s at Camp Jened, a New York summer camp for teens with disabilities, and tracks several campers who became pioneering figures in the disability rights movement. Read IndieWire’s review here.


Photo : IFC Films
IndieWire’s David Ehrlich called Haley Bennett “extraordinary” and “arresting” as the lead in “Swallow,” writer-director Carlo Mirabella-Davis’ psychological thriller about a disengaged housewife who finds purpose after becoming obsessed with consuming inedible objects. IFC Films released “Swallow” in select theaters March 6, where Bennett’s performance became one of the year’s best reviewed. IndieWire has also cited Nathan Halpern’s retro thriller score as being a highlight of the film.


Photo : Courtesy of Focus Features
“Never Rarely Sometimes Always”

Eliza Hittman’s remarkable abortion drama “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” won prizes at the Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin Film Festival before Focus Features opened the drama in theaters March 13. The movie only played three days in theaters before it was pulled and added to premium VOD on April 3. “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” boasts some of the strongest reviews of 2020 and Hittman’s sensitive direction and Sidney Flanagan’s breakout leading role should both find themselves with awards buzz at the end of the year. The film’s potential to break out of the Indie Spirits race and into the Oscar race could depend on the number of contenders, although the critical support could make the latter a no-brainer. Read IndieWire’s review here.



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“The Assistant”

Regardless of how many contenders emerge by the end of 2020, “Ozark” Emmy winner Julia Garner certainly deserves to have Best Actress buzz for her revelatory performance in Kitty Green’s “The Assistant.” Garner plays the assistant of a powerful and abusive film industry mogul, partly inspired by Harvey Weinstein. Green’s suspense-driven script spends one day with Garner’s assistant as she’s forced to reckon with her employer’s behavior. IndieWire’s chief critic Eric Kohn wrote of the film, “As Jane, Garner delivers a masterclass of small, uncertain gestures.” Read IndieWire’s review here.


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“The Invisible Man”

Leigh Whannell’s “The Invisible Man” earned over $100 million worldwide for Universal Pictures when it opened in late February, making it one of the year’s highest-grossing movies. The psychological thriller earned rave reviews for Elisabeth Moss’ lead performance, but Whannell’s assured filmmaking also deserves buzz. The director makes his “Invisible Man” an unbearably tense ride through his blocking choices, which often use negative spaces to induce fear in the viewer. Whether it gets Oscar buzz or not, “The Invisible Man” is bound to go down as one of the strongest reviewed studio films of 2020.



Photo : Focus Fatures
IndieWire’s David Ehrlich called “Emma” the most stylish Jane Austen adaptation ever put on screen, meaning Oscar buzz for Best Costume Design and Best Production Design should be in reach for Autumn de Wilde’s hit directorial debut. Focus Features released “Emma” in theaters February 21 followed by a premium VOD launch on March 20. The movie was well on its way to becoming a hit at the North American box office, with a $10 million gross, before theaters closed. Anya Taylor-Joy’s commanding lead performance, Christopher Blauvelt’s pastel cinematography, and supporting turns from Johnny Flynn and Miranda Hart all earned their share of acclaim.


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“First Cow”

“First Cow” finds auteur Kelly Reichardt once again proving she’s the cinematic master of wrestling with what it means to be American. A24 opened “First Cow” in theaters March 6 and it played for a couple weeks before being pulled and set for a second theatrical release sometime this fall. IndieWire has already named the movie one of the year’s best films, writing: “In a meticulous fashion typical of her spellbinding approach, ‘First Cow’ consolidates the potent themes of everything leading up to it: It returns her to the nascent America of the 19th Century frontier at the center of ‘Meek’s Cutoff,” touches on the environmental frustrations of ‘Night Moves,’ revels in the glorious isolation of the countryside in ‘Certain Women’ and the somber travails of vagrancy at the center of ‘Wendy and Lucy.'”



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“The Way Back”

“Ben Affleck’s underplayed performance as an alcoholic basketball coach in ‘The Way Back’ might be the most personal work he’s ever done on screen,” IndieWire’s David Ehrlich wrote in his positive review of Gavin O’Connor’s moving sports drama. Affleck earned some of the best reviews of his career for his performance, which in a year of lighter Oscar contenders could register. Warner Bros. opened “The Way Back” in theaters March 6 and debuted the drama on PVOD starting March 24. Ehrlich added, “Winning and losing are relative terms, but this is the first time in forever that Affleck feels like he’s got skin in the game.”


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“True History of the Kelly Gang”

IFC Films intended to open Justin Kurzel’s “True History of the Kelly Gang” in theaters before the crisis pushed its release to PVOD and drive-in theaters on April 24. Kurzel rebounds from his “Assassin’s Creed” misfire with an impressive reimagining of the famous Australian outlaw. Boasting striking cinematography and a memorable supporting role from Russell Crowe, “Kelly Gang” is a sizzling and violent epic. As IndieWire’s Eric Kohn wrote in his review, “The movie hovers in a curious paradox, coming across as both operatic tribute and horrific condemnation, but it’s never less than a nasty crime drama with plenty of grimy characters to keep the stakes compelling throughout.”



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“Saint Frances”
Writer and actress Kelly O’Sullivan takes a familiar-sounding quarter-life crisis plotline and crafts it into something winning and warm in “Saint Frances,” which won the Audience Award at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival and opened in theaters February 28 from Oscilloscope Laboratories. “Saint Frances” debuted on VOD platforms May 5. O’Sullivan stars as a woman forced to juggle an unwanted pregnancy and a new job nannying for a six-year-old girl. “Saint Frances” was named an IndieWire Critics’ Pick earlier this year.


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“Onward” may not be the most groundbreaking entry in Pixar’s filmography, but it’s a surefire tearjerker that effectively blends the eye-popping wonder of a fantasy epic with the emotional core of a father-son drama. The film doesn’t reinvent the Pixar touch, but it proves with ease that touch still casts a powerful spell. Disney opened “Onward” in theaters March 6 before taking it to streaming platform Disney+ on April 3. The studio had to push expected Oscar contender “Soul” from July to November, while Universal’s “Trolls World Tour” and Warner Bros.’ upcoming “Scoob” went the PVOD route. For now, “Onward” is the only high profile animated theatrical release. Read IndieWire’s review here.



Photo : Neon
“Spaceship Earth”
Neon purchased the biodome documentary “Spaceship Earth” after its buzzy world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and replaced its planned traditional theatrical release for the non-fiction feature with an innovative streaming launch this month through various virtual cinemas. The movie from director Matt Wolff uses archived footage and new interviews to tell the story of Biosphere 2, a large dome constructed in the Arizona desert in which test subjects lived in a replica of earth’s ecosystem. IndieWire’s David Ehrlich calls the documentary “rich and resonant” in his positive review.


Photo : Kino Lorber

Kino Lorber was able to open Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’ beloved Cannes thriller “Bacurau” in New York City theaters earlier this year before its planned theatrical expansion had to be canceled. The distributor pivoted to an online release and has continued to screen the film through virtual cinemas through May 2020. While the movie debuted on the 2019 festival circuit and was overlooked as Brazil’s Oscar selection this year, Kino Lorber confirms its 2020 theatrical release still makes it eligble for other categories at the 2021 Oscars. IndieWire named “Bacurau” a critics’ pick and praised its “wonderful and demented” spirit. The film is included on IndieWire’s list of the best releases of 2020.



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“Circus Of Books”

Rachel Mason’s loving documentary “Circus of Books” was a highlight of the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival and made its long overdue Netflix debut on April 22. A source close to the streaming giant confirmed to IndieWire the company was also planning a limited theatrical release for the documentary that was canceled due to the crisis. IndieWire’s Jude Dry gave “Circus Of Books” an A grade review, calling it “a perfect documentary form start to finish.”


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“Da 5 Bloods”
Spike Lee won his long overdue first competitive Oscar in 2019 with “BlacKkKlansman” (he won Best Adapted Screenplay, and other noms included Best Picture and Lee’s first Best Director bid), and he’s set to be an even bigger contender with his Netflix-backed “Da 5 Bloods.” The streaming giant had been planning a theatrical run for Lee’s Vietnam War epic before it got scrapped in favor of an exclusive streaming launch June 12. Lee has earned great acclaim for “Da 5 Bloods,” which follows four friends as they reunite in modern day Vietnam to track down the remains of their late squad leader and the gold they buried during the war. Delroy Lindo is widely considered the Best Actor Oscar frontrunner at this point in the race, while the film is all but certain to contend in several major categories and craft races. Click here to read more about the movie’s Oscar chances.



Photo : Neon
Add “Shirley” to the list of great Elisabeth Moss performances in 2020 that deserve awards consideration (see “The Invisible Man” above). The Josephine Decker-directed drama stars the Emmy winner in a feverish and hallucinatory performance as horror author Shirley Jackson. “Shirley” debuted to raves at the Sundance Film Festival, where IndieWire named it one of the highlights of the event. IndieWire’s David Ehrlich called the drama “thrillingly delirious” in his B+ review. The film sold to Neon out of Park City, but the distributor’s theatrical plan was scrapped in favor of a VOD launch and Hulu streaming debut on June 5.


Photo : Universal
“The King of Staten Island”
IndieWire’s David Ehrlich named Judd Apatow’s “The King of Staten Island” the director’s best film since “Funny People” in his B+ review. “It’s a sweet and tender dramedy that clarifies what Apatow has always done best,” Ehrlich wrote of the film, which casts Pete Davidson in a story based on his own life growing up after the death of his father. “Staten Island” was set to be Universal’s major comedy theatrical release of the summer until coronavirus disrupted the season and resulted in Universal releasing the film on VOD platforms June 12.



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“The Surrogate”
Jeremy Hersh’s smart moral drama “The Surrogate” is the kind of small indie film the Oscars often ignore, but there’s no telling how this radically-changed season might put a greater spotlight on microbudget winners like this one. “The Surrogate” was supposed to premiere at SXSW and opened in virtual cinemas June 12 from Momentum Pictures. Jasmine Batchelor gives a riveting and raw performance as a young woman who agrees to be the surrogate for her friends. IndieWire’s Kate Erblan wrote in her B+ review that Batchelor “turns in one of the year’s best performances…it’s profound work that twists an already propulsive concept into a riveting character study.”


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“The Vast of Night”

“Andrew Patterson’s first feature blends elements of ‘The X-Files,’ ’50s B-movies, classic radio dramas, and much more into a genuinely spooky charmer,” IndieWire’s Ryan Lattanzio wrote in his B+ review of the Amazon-backed drama. The film was also named an IndieWire critic’s pick. “The Vast of Night” marks the directorial debut of Andrew Patterson and centers around two teenage friends in 1950s New Mexico who work as switchboard operators at the local radio station and discover an otherworldly sound being broadcast. The film opened in select drive-in theaters on May 29, the same day it went wide on Amazon Prime. “The Vast of Night” won the Best Narrative Feature Audience Award at the 2019 Slamdance Film Festival.



Photo : IFC Films
“Babyteeth”Shannon Murphy’s primal and surefooted debut “Babyteeth” debuted to rave reviews at the 2019 Venice Film Festival and is hitting digital and select theaters June 19 courtesy of IFC Films. “Sharp Objects” breakout Eliza Scanlen made an impressive screen debut as Beth in Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women,” and now she gives a commanding lead performance opposite Ben Mendelsohn and Essie Davis that brings heartbreaking truth and realness to a film with shades of Jane Campion. IndieWire’s B+ review reads:“Rooted to the bloody tissue of real life, ‘Babyteeth’ is the kind of soft-hearted tearjerker that does everything in its power to rescue beauty from pain; the kind that feels like it would lose its balance and tip right off the screen if it stopped being able to walk the line between the two.”

dauswq Publish time 22-7-2020 11:17 PM

Edited by dauswq at 22-7-2020 11:30 PM

Best Actor:

Ben Affleck (“The Way Back”) {:1_152:}
Anthony Hopkins (“The Father”)
Delroy Lindo (“Da 5 Bloods”)

Matt Damon (“Stillwater”)
Tom Hanks (“News of the World”)
Bill Murray (“On the Rocks”)
Timothée Chalamet (“Dune”)


dauswq Publish time 22-7-2020 11:21 PM

Edited by dauswq at 22-7-2020 11:33 PM

Best Actress:

Sidney Flanigan (“Never Rarely Sometimes Always”)
Lesley Manville (“Ordinary Love”)
Elisabeth Moss (“Shirley”){:1_152:}
Amy Ryan (“Lost Girls”)
Anya Taylor-Joy (“Emma”)

Cate Blanchett (“Nightmare Alley”)
Frances McDormand (“Nomadland”)
Michelle Pfeiffer (“French Exit”)
Jennifer Hudson (“Respect”)


dauswq Publish time 22-7-2020 11:29 PM

Edited by dauswq at 22-7-2020 11:38 PM

Best Supporting Actor:

Richard Jenkins (“Kajillionaire”)
Jonathan Majors (“Da 5 Bloods”)
Clarke Peters (“Da 5 Bloods”)

Timothée Chalamet (“The French Dispatch”)
Willem Dafoe (“Nightmare Alley”)
Adrien Brody (“The French Dispatch”)
Robert Pattinson (“Tenet”)
Lucas Hedges (“French Exit”){:1_152:}


Best Supporting Actress:

Olivia Colman (“The Father”)
Debra Winger (“Kajillionaire”)
Youn Yuh-jung (“Minari”){:1_152:}

Abigail Breslin (“Stillwater”)
Glenn Close (“Hillbilly Elegy”)
Saoirse Ronan (“Ammonite”)
Jodie Foster (“Prisoner 760”)


dauswq Publish time 28-7-2020 12:50 AM

Olivia de Havilland meninggal pada usia 104

Oleh Serimah Mohd Sallehuddin


KUALA LUMPUR: Bintang filem epik, Gone With the Wind, Olivia de Havilland meninggal dunia di kediamannya di Paris, Perancis pada usia 104 tahun, semalam.

Menurut laporan CNN, aktres legenda Bollywood yang membintangi puluhan filem pada era 1930-an dan 1940-an itu meninggal secara semula jadi. Berita kematian disahkan wakil publisiti, Lisa Goldberg.

Mendiang De Havilland dikatakan menetap di Paris sejak enam dekad lalu.

Kerjaya seni De Havilland bermula sejak lima dekad lalu. Sepanjang tempoh itu, bintang legenda Hollywood itu membintangi 50 filem cereka.
Dilahirkan di Tokyo pada 1916, mendiang adalah kakak kepada Joan Fontaine yang juga seorang pemenang Oscar, bagaimanapun hubungan mereka bergelora sejak kecil.

Tambah memburukkan keadaan apabila kedua-duanya dicalonkan dalam kategori Pelakon Wanita Terbaik pada 1942 pada Anugerah Oscar, tetapi Fontaine berjaya menumpaskan kakaknya.

Bagaimanapun, De Havilland memenangi anugerah Oscar pertama menerusi filem To Each His Own pada 1947.

Namun, ketika memenangi Oscar, Fontaine dikatakan cuba mengucapkan tahniah kepada kakaknya, tetapi tidak dilayan.


Pemenang Oscar, Olivia de Havilland meninggal dunia secara semula jadi pada usia 104 tahun. - Foto AGENSI

De Havilland pernah memberitahu wakil media, dia tidak faham kenapa Fontaine perlu berbuat demikian, sedangkan beliau tahu bagaimana perasaannya.
Beliau didakwa berang atas komen Fontaine terhadap suami baharunya, Marcus Goodrich yang dikahwini pada 1946. Mereka juga berbalah akibat tidak berpuas hati terhadap rawatan terhadap ibu mereka pada 1975. Bagaimanapun, Fontaine meninggal dunia pada usia 96 tahun pada 2013.

Pada saat kematian Fontaine, De Havilland mengeluarkan kenyataan terkejut dan sedih dengan pemergian adiknya itu, lapor CNN.

Mengimbau kerjaya lakonannya, De Havilland membuat kemunculan pertama menerusi filem Captain Blood di sisi Errol Flyn. Keserasian mereka menyebabkan sering digandingkan bersama. Dia kemudiannya diberi kepercayaan membintangi filem Gone With the Wind dan muncul antara pelakon wanita popular pada lewat 1940-an.

De Havilland meneruskan kerjaya lakonan hingga lewat 1980-an. Pada 1986, beliau memenangi Anugerah Golden Globe menerusi filem biografi, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna.

Mendiang juga pernah mencipta sejarah membawa studio Warner Brothers ke muka pengadilan pada 1943 kerana memanjangkan kontrak tujuh tahun yang berakhir tanpa pengetahuannya.

Ia dilakukan Warner Brothers sebagai denda terhadap aktres berkenaan kerana menolak satu peranan yang diberikan. Rentetan itu, satu undang-undang baharu yang dikenali sebagai De Havilland Law diwujudkan oleh Mahkamah Tinggi California. Undang-undang itu memberi kebebasan kepada pelakon daripada cengkaman studio filem.

"Pelakon Hollywood akan selamanya berada dalam hutang De Havilland," kata rakan De Havilland yang juga bintang Bette Davis dalam autobiografi, The Lonely Life. - AGENSI

Wartawan lupa nak mention lama gak mendiang olivia ni pegang status pemegang best actress paling tertua sekali.

Rhyno Publish time 17-8-2020 06:30 PM

dauswq replied at 22-7-2020 11:29 PM
Best Supporting Actor:

Richard Jenkins (“Kajillionaire”)

nampak macam Glenn Close locked utk Best Supporting Actress. :$

hanakikan Publish time 18-8-2020 02:10 AM

Da 5 Bloods mesti banyak dapat pencalonan. sebab tengah hot issue BLM kan. iols tak tgk lagi kat netflix, dan tak akan tengok. filem2 spike lee bukan favourite iols except Inside Man.

Tenet dan The French Dispatch akan berlawan untuk kategori teknikal. iols harap The French Dispatch akan menang besar. dan harap2 Wes Anderson akan menang best director.

so, oscar tahun ni mesti paling boring dalam sejarah? sebab covid?

please BLM jangan spoil kan oscar 2021, sebab iols benci dgn BLM. dan iols bukan racist :lol:

Rhyno Publish time 19-8-2020 05:54 PM

hanakikan replied at 18-8-2020 02:10 AM
Da 5 Bloods mesti banyak dapat pencalonan. sebab tengah hot issue BLM kan. iols tak tgk lagi kat net ...

silap2 disebabkan BLM tu J Hud menang lagi trofi Oscar.

Rhyno Publish time 20-8-2020 12:26 AM


Emperor ni macam ada can masuk Top 5 utk Best Picture dan Best Actor.

dauswq Publish time 20-8-2020 09:50 AM

Rhyno replied at 19-8-2020 05:54 PM
silap2 disebabkan BLM tu J Hud menang lagi trofi Oscar.

erkkk lakonan dia sbg aretha franklin tu mcm over sgt tgk dr teaser alone.

cyclops_psycho Publish time 1-9-2020 08:49 PM

Rhyno replied at 19-8-2020 05:54 PM
silap2 disebabkan BLM tu J Hud menang lagi trofi Oscar.

Probably tapi tahun ada few black actress yang boleh terselit atau singkirkan J Hud daripada top 5 list.

1. Viola Davis – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
2. Andra Day – The United States vs Billie Holliday
3. Halle Berry - Bruised

cyclops_psycho Publish time 1-9-2020 08:52 PM

dauswq replied at 20-8-2020 09:50 AM
erkkk lakonan dia sbg aretha franklin tu mcm over sgt tgk dr teaser alone.

Tahun ni nak rooting for Michelle Pfeiffer!

Cc @mat_arof

dauswq Publish time 2-9-2020 02:20 AM

cyclops_psycho replied at 1-9-2020 08:52 PM
Tahun ni nak rooting for Michelle Pfeiffer!

Cc @mat_arof

mungkihkah mendiang chadwick boseman dpt posthumous nomination? ade 2 movie lakonan dia boleh consider Da 5 Blood &Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

dauswq Publish time 2-9-2020 02:28 AM

cyclops_psycho replied at 1-9-2020 08:49 PM
Probably tapi tahun ada few black actress yang boleh terselit atau singkirkan J Hud daripada top 5 ...
kalau ketiga2 nek viola, acik jennifer , ahkak andra day tercalon, first time lah 3 watak penyanyi legend tercalon - ma rainey, aretha franklin & billy holiday dlm satu kategori..

tak rase salah satu akan menang sbb ahkak rennee zelweger baru saja grab trofi lakonan utk wtk penyanyi/pelakon.

cyclops_psycho Publish time 2-9-2020 03:46 PM

dauswq replied at 2-9-2020 02:20 AM
mungkihkah mendiang chadwick boseman dpt posthumous nomination? ade 2 movie lakonan dia boleh cons ...

Tercalon maybe ya. Apa2 pun kena tgk dulu movie ni. Jgn menangkan plak atas dasar simpati, keji sgt tu ya AMPAS! Hehe

Heath Ledger lain la sbb mmg layak.

cyclops_psycho Publish time 2-9-2020 03:48 PM

dauswq replied at 2-9-2020 02:28 AM
kalau ketiga2 nek viola, acik jennifer , ahkak andra day tercalon, first time lah 3 watak penyanyi ...

Tiba2 Amy Adams yg menang! Haha

Acik Frances pun ada memberi saingan..cukup2 la acik Frances tu. Dah ada 2 oscar pun, kasi laluan la kat acik2 lain plak. Haha

cyclops_psycho Publish time 2-9-2020 03:52 PM

dauswq replied at 2-9-2020 02:28 AM
kalau ketiga2 nek viola, acik jennifer , ahkak andra day tercalon, first time lah 3 watak penyanyi ...

Ckp pasal akak Rennae, dia dulu x dianggap sbg saingan pun masa awal2 persaingan sampai la filem Judy tu ditayangkan kat TIFF, baru la menjadi sebutan ramai terus memecut laju jadi contender dan menang akhirnya.

Maybe acik Viola ada harapan compare dgn J Hud atau Andra. We will see la nnt bila saingan dah semakin dekat.

mat_arof Publish time 3-9-2020 09:53 AM

cyclops_psycho replied at 1-9-2020 08:52 PM
Tahun ni nak rooting for Michelle Pfeiffer!

Cc @mat_arof


hanya 3 actress hollywood yang aku minat

Glenn Close
Julianne Moore
Michelle Pfeiffer

so far julianne Moore dah menang Oscar...

menunggu acik Michelle pfeiffer dan Glenn Close pulak menang..

kalau 3 orang ni menang oscar..

cukup lengkap actress favourite aku menang oscar

come on Vote michelle pfeiffer for Best Actress Oscar...

Cher yang lakonan taraf so so boleh menang Oscar....bagi lah Michelle Pfeiffer menang oscar yang sentiasa beri lakonan yang mantap dan bagus

Rhyno Publish time 4-9-2020 04:55 PM

aku yakin 98.85% Glenn Close akan menang Oscar tahun depan utk filem Hillbilly Elegy. :D



alesandra Publish time 5-9-2020 09:09 PM

Edited by alesandra at 5-9-2020 09:12 PM

sbb versi emma underproduction miramaxzaman harvey weinstein dulu kah yg gigih sgt buat remake2020 version tu?kalau utk best costume kaa.. okey la.jgn buat kebodohan kategori best picture bagai eh.

utk best actress pulak sbbaku pengikut serie handsmaid's tale rooting for elisabeth moss la pulak rasenya
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