Tuesday, January 22, 2019
A Star is Born
Seriously. But if not, then Roma should at least walk away with Picture, Director and Original Screenplay. I don't think this should even be a debate. It's also up for Best Foreign Language Film. Has any film won both Picture and Foreign Language before?
that proposed "Best Popular Film" category. Good. Theoretically, there's no reason why Panther and Rhapsody shouldn't compete in the same field as The Favourite and Green Book (though I didn't think Rhapsody was Best Picture worthy). The Oscars will always have an audience; the Academy shouldn't try to cater to it by inventing such a category.
Of the Best Picture nominees I haven't seen, I might go see Vice. No interest in the rest.
Yay for Rami Malek; he totally embodied Freddy Mercury, though like I said, the movie wasn't Best Picture good. Paul Schrader wrote a new movie? Must have been on Netflix. Ditto for the Coen Brothers film.
Three Identical Strangers was totally robbed for Best Doc. Also, where is Michael B. Jordan for Supporting Actor? I truly believed he was a lock.
That's all I have to say about the Oscars for now.