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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    New York Film Critics Online

    Top 10 films of 2015 (in alphabetical order)
    45 Years (IFC Films)
    The Big Short (Paramount Pictures)
    Bridge of Spies (DreamWorks)
    Brooklyn (Fox Searchlight)
    Carol (Weinstein)
    Mad Max: Fury Road (Warner Bros.)
    Sicario (Lionsgate)
    Spotlight (Open Road)
    Steve Jobs (Universal)
    Trumbo (Bleecker)


    New York Film Critics Online

    BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCE
    Alicia Vikander - "The Danish Girl" and "Ex Machina"

    Supporting Actress
    Rooney Mara - "Carol"
    runner-up was Kate Winslet for "Steve Jobs"
    (apparently, they put both Rooney Mara AND Cate Blanchett for Carol under Supporting, which makes no sense at all and I’m here wondering who the hell is the lead then)

    Supporting Actor
    Mark Rylance - "Bridge of Spies"
    runner-up was Mark Ruffalo for "Spotlight"

    Best Screenplay
    "Spotlight" by Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer

    Best Cinematography
    "Mad Max: Fury Road" by John Seale

    Best Use of Music
    "Love & Mercy" (Brian Wilson, Atticus Ross)

    Best Debut Director
    Alex Garland - "Ex Machina"

    Best Director
    Tom McCarthy - "Spotlight"

    Best Actress
    Brie Larson - "Room"
    (Saoirse Ronan was the runner-up for Best Actress)

    Best Actor
    Paul Dano - "Love & Mercy"
    Runner up was Johnny Depp for "Black Mass"

    Best Ensemble Cast
    Spotlight

    Best Foreign Language
    "Son of Saul" by Laszlo Nemes
    Runner Up - “Mustang"

    Best Documentary Feature
    "Amy"
    Runner Up - “The Look of Silence"

    Best Animated Feature
    "Inside Out"
    Runner up - “Anomalisa”

    Best Picture
    "Spotlight" from Tom McCarthy



    BSFC - Boston Society of Film Critics




    BSFC - Boston Society of Film Critics
    Best Use of Music
    LOVE & MERCY

    Best Editing
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

    Best Cinematography
    CAROL (Ed Lachman)
    Runner-Up was REVENANT

    Best New Filmmaker
    Marielle Heller - DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL

    Best Animated Film
    ANOMALISA and INSIDE OUT (tie)

    Best Documentary
    AMY
    Runner Up: THE LOOK OF SILENCE

    Best Screenplay
    SPOTLIGHT (Tom McCarthy & Josh Singer)

    Best Ensemble Cast
    SPOTLIGHT

    Best Supporting Actress
    KIRSTEN STEWART for CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA (ehhhhh)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Mark Rylance for BRIDGE OF SPIES

    Best Actress
    Charlotte Rampling for 45 YEARS

    Best Actor
    Paul Dano for LOVE & MERCY & Leonardo DiCaprio for REVENANT (tie)

    Best Director
    Todd Haynes for CAROL
    Runner-Up is Tom McCarthy for SPOTLIGHT

    Best Foreign Film
    THE LOOK OF SILENCE
    Runner Up: WHITE GOD

    Best Film
    SPOTLIGHT

    Two observations from them:




    LA Film Critics




    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
    John Seale, "Mad Max: Fury Road."
    Runner-up: Edward Lachman, "Carol."

    BEST MUSIC SCORE
    Carter Burwell, "Anomalisa" and "Carol."
    Runner-up: Ennio Morricone, "The Hateful Eight."

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Michael Shannon, "99 Homes."
    Runner-up: Mark Rylance, "Bridge of Spies."

    BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
    Colin Gibson, "Mad Max: Fury Road."
    Runner-up: Judy Becker, "Carol."

    BEST EDITING
    Hank Corwin, "The Big Short."
    Runner-up: Margaret Sixel, "Mad Max: Fury Road."

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Alicia Vikander, "Ex Machina."
    Runner-up: Kristen Stewart, "Clouds of Sils Maria."

    BEST DOCUMENTARY
    "Amy"
    Runner-up: "The Look of Silence."

    BEST SCREENPLAY
    Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy, "Spotlight."
    Runner-up: Charlie Kaufman, "Anomalisa."

    BEST ACTOR
    Michael Fassbender, "Steve Jobs."
    Runner-up: Géza Röhrig, "Son of Saul."

    BEST ANIMATION
    "Anomalisa."
    Runner-up: "Inside Out."

    BEST DIRECTOR
    George Miller, "Mad Max: Fury Road."
    Runner-up: Todd Haynes, "Carol."

    BEST ACTRESS
    Charlotte Rampling, "45 Years."
    Runner-up: Saoirse Ronan, "Brooklyn."

    BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
    "Son of Saul."
    Runner-up: "The Tribe."

    NEW GENERATION
    Ryan Coogler, "Creed."

    (this is still going on, there are a few left)



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    damn, look @ Spotlight (and Mad Max) slaying

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    Despite mostly positive twitter chatter following its first screening (see my previous post), Joy is getting panned by reviewers. Jennifer Lawrence is emerging unscathed as critics unanimously praise her acting as one of the few good things about the movie, but David O. Russell's writing and directing are being savaged.

    - the wrap: "It’s only Lawrence’s massive charisma and empathy that makes this fictionalized version of Mangano seem real and relatable. This is a rare misstep for Russell […] Unlike his indefatigable heroine, however, Russell just can’t seem to close the deal on Joy."

    - variety: "Despite another solid performance from Jennifer Lawrence […] it’s hard not to wish “Joy” were better — that its various winsome parts added up to more than a flyweight product that still feels stuck in the development stage."

    - indiewire: "If the title "American Hustle" weren't already applied to another David O. Russell movie, it could easily work for "Joy," which plays like the less memorable B-side to that earlier effort. […] Lawrence provides a better glue for holding these scenes together than Russell's rambling screenplay."

    - pajiba[the BEST review]: "As he’s best known for movies with male protagonists—like The Fighter, Three Kings and Silver Linings Playbook—I was curious to see how Russell would handle a female-focused story with themes of friendship, sisterhood, motherhood, and gender politics. The short answer is: like an asshole." [seriously go read the entire thing]



    the wrapvarietyindiewirepajibarotten tomatoes

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    If somebody told you can see your fav for $2 in a peep show, would you believe them?

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  • 12/07/15--11:02: ONTD Roundup
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    (video at source)

    TMZ released a video of Jared Leto in the studio critiquing Taylor Swift's 1989.
    He hated Welcome To New York (who doesn't)
    Liked Blank Space but says it sounds like Charlie XCX
    He doesn't care about Taylor.

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    John Stamos did his best impression of a sex symbol in the pages of Austin Mahone's issue of Paper magazine. The 52-year-old actor bares his goodies in some tasteful black and white shots.



    Thankfully some thirsty gays on Twitter have been sharing the uncensored image.



    @Twitter.

    Paraphrased from @Instinct. @Queerty.

    ONTD: How is your butt today?


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    Trouble is on the way. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny unleashes February 26 on Netflix. https://t.co/fY74EIY6XW

    — Netflix US (@netflix) December 7, 2015



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    10. Same Old Love - Selena Gomez
    8. Here - Alessia Cara
    5. The Hills - The Weeknd
    3. Hotline Bling - Drake
    2. Sorry - Justin Bieber


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    emoji announcement from kim's website


    saint. lol

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    Featuring Dany, Cersei and Ramsay (ugh fucking die already!!). Not featuring Jon Snow.

    Dany looking beautifully messy:

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    Cersei crying and hugging Tommen:

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    Ramsay looking like a smug asshole while riding into battle:

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    lets overanalyze this measly footage ontd (because thats probably more fun than the actual season will be :P)

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    So after the last KStew post I got curious about what happened to the good sis' face and found out she's been working hard on set and covering DIVA UK december's edition along with appearing in Harper's Bazaar US january 2016 issue.



    -the word "lesbian" is mentioned 3 times on the cover of DIVA Magazine (UK).
    Also has Kristen Stewart on it looking like a boy. Coincidence?

    -that first interview is really boring (discussing life after Twilight, really?? its-been-84-years.gif)

    -literally is a wikipedia page and every interview mentioning Bella is not worth occupying virtual space

    -pulls a capitan obvious and says "The most important thing is to be happy". Who would've thought

    -full article here

    In this second mag she doesn't look like herself, talks about this Chanel short film. Full article here (1 page tho)


    She also films this Woody Allen Key movie in Paris



    Rest here



    The question about her face is still open. Did she loose weight? or is it ~drugs?
    She's still pretty to me tho.


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    -The Showrunner will be Scott Buck (Dexter, Six Feet Under)
    -Synopsis:Returning to New York City after being missing for years, Daniel Rand fights against the criminal element corrupting New York City with his incredible kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist.

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    lmao @ that synopsis. Who do you want as Iron Fist, ontd?

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    Ronnie (68) met his wife Sally Humphreys (37) in 2003, when he was 56 and she 25. The pair married in 2012. They will be expecting twins in June!

    ONTD, would you like to be the third wife of an aging rocker?


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    https://youtu.be/l-XLDKu99Q8

    some new footage!

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    - the pair was sitting side by side at Millions of Milkshakes in Hollywood,

    - Danielle was once in a Disney Channel original movie called Starstruck, which saw her play a fan who gets involved with one of the world's biggest popstars (que?),

    - now she starts in The Originals,

    - apparently they have been close friends for a while.

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    lmao, i actually like her. someone take her away from him plis :<

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    • After a screening of 'The Revenant', the author says all reactions were something along the lines of "Give Leo That Oscar"

    • Says the only thing could stop him is the film's violence, since a lot of people walked out during the screening because of that.

    • Despite said violence, rumours of backstage drama/hell (and all of Leo's "I suffer for my art" campaigning lbr) could drag voters in.

    • "If people really want to see DiCaprio win an Oscar as badly as the Internet does, no amount of violence will keep them away."

    • Says he's very good in it and the narrative that he is overdue for an Oscar will also help him to finally get it.

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    Do you think it's Leo's year, ONTD? Or do you hope he stays forever thirsty? TYFYA! YAS, DADDY LEO! QUENCH THAT YEARS-LONG THIRST OF YOURS!!

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