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Oscars 2020 | Speculation + Discussion | "Joker" Wins Top Prize at Venice

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giving the girls Celine Dion

 

 

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On 04. 09. 2019. at 0:32 AM, Mariah. said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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well, it's not just the gays that are talking about it

maybe Jennifer is about to snap :shook: 

also here's a sneak peek, hot damn

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if jello will get an asuka nomination for hookers while they didn't give one to moo for precious 10years ago, then the asukas are confirmed RACISTS!!!!!!

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I wouldn’t be surprised if StealO sneaks an Oscar nod since the industry does love her.

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Oh girl, Joker is COMING coming

 

 

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J. Lo Should Be an Oscar Contender for ‘Hustlers'

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J. Lo gives a career-best performance as the ringleader of a band of strippers who steal from their douchey Wall Street clients in one of the most fun crime thrillers of the year.

 

- Daily Beast

Grade: Positive

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The Hustlers hype is so surreal, I saw a reviewer call it a female Goodfellas and just as great at that. :cry:. I REALLY wanna see this now.

 

 

 

 

"If you think equating Lopez to the sun is an exaggeration, then you haven't seen this movie."

 

"But not enough can be written about how stunning Lopez is in perhaps her best performance to date. Playing Ramona with understated confidence, the actress creates a tough cookie who keeps things light; she doesn’t question the rules of the game — she has studied them so she can break them properly. Far from an audacious, real housewife type, she represents a group of hardworking single mothers across America quietly struggling to provide for their children. It’s a nuanced depiction rarely seen in crowd-pleasing films like this."

 

"Lopez owns the film, just like Ramona owns the club, and the fine line Lopez walks between fierce queen and relatable everywoman is essential to the rare balance the film strikes. It’s impossible to imagine another actress giddily showing off her denim swimwear line (named “Swimona”) in her posh Upper East Side apartment with the kind of pathos Lopez strikes, but that’s just the sort of thing the actress does again and again (and better each time) in “Hustlers.”"

What's most astonishing to me is they literally filmed this in like May, rushed through casting and production with it seems whoever was available, so I really thought it'd be messy, flop fun. Not a fucking CLASSIC :rot: 

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Knives Out getting rave reviews too, it kinda fell of my radar, but now I'm perched :shook: 

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I’m both curious now to actually give this film my dollars and also shocked a JLo movie has anything glowing about it.

 

We shall see.

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2 minutes ago, Christon said:

I’m both curious now to actually give this film my dollars and also shocked a JLo movie has anything glowing about it.

 

We shall see.

! she's the scammer of our lifetime, a TRUE hustler :rot: 

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28 minutes ago, Mariah. said:

! she's the scammer of our lifetime, a TRUE hustler :rot: 

I’m like... that phone call preview commercial wasn’t giving me life but okay.

Xtine & Share are quaking~! Maybe they needed an escort angle too.

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1 hour ago, Mariah. said:

! she's the scammer of our lifetime, a TRUE hustler :rot: 

her agent paying off the reviewers as they left the screenings, we love to see it?

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2 hours ago, Christon said:

I’m like... that phone call preview commercial wasn’t giving me life but okay.

Xtine & Share are quaking~! Maybe they needed an escort angle too.

! Literally all the previews gave me Netflix watch that we'll all kii kii over in a few months then forget. But damn, go off I guess, Jenny!

1 hour ago, Jeigz said:

her agent paying off the reviewers as they left the screenings, we love to see it?

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lkjdklgjg imagine, I saw a comment on one of the blogs I visit about how that person went to the TIFF premiere and it wasn't even that good

guess we'll see for ourselves

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The fact y'all still doubt Jennifer Streep's movies quality

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This is justice for them not nominating her in Selena (she was so great in that) 

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When was the last time a blockbuster film won Best Picture? American Beauty? Titanic?

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23 minutes ago, Don Draper said:

When was the last time a blockbuster film won Best Picture? American Beauty? Titanic?

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Bored of the Rings I think :skull:. They desperately need it for ratings/relevance sake. I'm thinking Joker is gonna be the girl

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More JOKER acclaim from TIFF:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 9/9/2019 at 6:56 PM, Mariah. said:

Bored of the Rings I think :skull:. They desperately need it for ratings/relevance sake. I'm thinking Joker is gonna be the girl

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Whatever makes pretentious auteur critics fume a bit, I don’t mind.

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Green Book was such a garbage BP winner anyways. Anything from this award season would be an automatic improvement.

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In “Judy,” Renée Zellweger plays a few variations on Garland near the end of her life: worried mother, needy lover, disaster, legend. The woman who remains out of sight, though, is the sadder, scarier Judy who threw a butcher knife at one of her children and threatened to jump out a window in front of another. Even so, Zellweger is solid in a movie that derives its force from its central mythic figure and your own Yellow Brick Road memories: the Hollywood supernova with the inner-child vaudevillian named Frances Ethel Gumm, a.k.a. Baby.

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Mostly, “Judy” offers the familiar spectacle of one star playing another. Zellweger’s performance is credible, with agitated flutters and filigreed touches, though it leans hard on Judy’s tremulous fragility, as if she were a panicked hummingbird. The take is also cautious, too comfortable; it never makes you flinch or look away. Wholly embracing Garland’s freneticism at its rawest might have registered as excessive or campy, but it would have deepened the portrait. So would Garland’s voice. Zellweger has a fine one — she sings all of Judy’s songs — but it can’t deliver the fantasy that this is one of the greatest entertainers in history.

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I saw a lot of reviews giving Oscar buzz for the acting in this, but I’m kind of glad the NYTimes reviewer had a more level-headed review because the trailer looks a little dull to me. 

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1 hour ago, Jeigz said:

 

 

 

I saw a lot of reviews giving Oscar buzz for the acting in this, but I’m kind of glad the NYTimes reviewer had a more level-headed review because the trailer looks a little dull to me. 

Same, the acting looks fine and Renee is gonna slay the role... But as you say, dull is all I'm getting.

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