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Fifth Annual Oscar Bingo Submission thread!
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'Godzilla vs. Kong' To Start Filming In October
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Chris Tucker Confirms 'Rush Hour 4' is happening
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Netflix Lands Worldwide Rights to Next Four Duplass Brothers Films
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The Solo trailer recut to Sabotage is a much better trailer than the original
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New Poster for Drama-Thriller 'You Were Never Really Here' - Starring Joaquin Phoenix & Ekaterina Samsonov - Directed by Lynne Ramsey
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Paul Thomas Anderson Is Working On A Family-Friendly Script With His Eight-Year-Old Daughter
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The Shadow of the Colossus script being circulated around film circles is really *really* bad
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Reviews for "Annihilation" (2018) are in!
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I would LOVE to see a third Sherlock Holmes
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Does anyone have a suggestion on how I could help a very sick, bedridden Marvel fan see Black Panther from their home?
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THR Full Writers Roundtable: Jordan Peele, Darren Aronofsky, Emily V. Gordon, Aaron Sorkin, etc.
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'Jurassic World 3' In the Works, Sets June 11, 2021 Release Date
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PANDAS - Official Trailer
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Disney Misused 'Star Wars,' 'Frozen' Copyrights, Says Judge
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Babe (1995) is a perfect movie in almost every way
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Lupita Nyong’o To Star In ‘Born A Crime’ Based On Trevor Noah’s Memoir
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Why smart sci-fi struggles to find its audience in a 'Star Wars' world
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Paramount Drops 'Transformers 6' from its Slate
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Bond 25: Danny Boyle Crafting Original Story with T2 Writer
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Annihilation and Ex Machina director Alex Garland on using sci-fi to explore self-destruction The filmmaker also discusses Netflix, his new TV series, and the importance of treating the audience with respect
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Andy Serkis's MOWGLI, is rated PG-13: intense sequences of action violence including bloody images, and some thematic elements.
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Oscars: Gal Gadot, Mark Hamill, Lin-Manuel Miranda Among Second Group Of Presenters
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Jason Bateman was set to direct Game Night, until Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley said they'd only rewrite it if they could direct, too
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Finally sat down and watched Deliverance. My God.
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Two great movies this weekend!
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Jurrasic World 3 release date announced for June 11th, 2021.
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Guillermo Del Toro Denies ‘Shape Of Water’ Was Influenced By 1969 Play
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Falling Down at 25: why we couldn't resist one man's rampage
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This Star Wars Documentary on Sound in The Last Jedi Is Delightful
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Director Duncan Jones Dedicates ‘Mute’ to His Father, David Bowie
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Which movie scene/moment is the most tense, in your opinion?
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"Utøya July 22" review - recreation of Norway mass killing is a gut-wrenching ordeal | Film
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Movies to watch when you're feeling lost?
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Ren Osugi passes away at 66: Prolific character actor of Takeshi Kitano films, Audition, Cure
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PUMPKIN (2002) is a forgotten Lynchian dark teen comedy, highly offensive, makes Heathers look like Dawson's Creek
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Ten years later, 'Ratatouille' remains a striking allegory of art and class
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What are your opinions on the movie "Primer"?
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'Paddington Director Paul King To Direct Disney's Live-Action 'Pinocchio'
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New Image - ‘Gringo’ | David Oyelowo & Sharlto Copley
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The ecstatic spiritual sweep of Tarkovsky’s Andrei Rublev
174 NiffsBoy That thumbnail. You're just setting yourself up for disappointment.
42 bluepunchbuggy I understand why this channel updates these videos yearly, but I would like them to make ones about other visually pleasing oscar categories as well, like make-up or costume design
12 sudevsen So here's my question, which of these do you think are undeserved or won over better movies?
5 CephalopodRed So glad that Black Narcissus won the 1947 Oscar. It is one of my favourite movies and does look absolutely gorgeous. Even more impressive, when you realize that it takes place in the Himalayas and certainly feels like it, but was in fact almost entirely filmed at Pinewood Studios in London. The Towering Inferno´s win in 1974 is always a bit surprising to me. It does look pretty good, don´t get me wrong, but a disaster movie is such an atypical pick for an Oscar. The movie, which features an impressive cast, was a big success though and in fact nominated for eight Oscars, winning three.
4 sanyam303 This Year Dunkirk should win the cinematography. The Imax Aerial Shots are breathtaking. The way they used cinematography to create a sense of dread was impeccable.
5 ATLHawksfan Can someone explain what a novice/uninformed person should look for in movie that are telltale signs of a good cinematographer? Isn't everything skewed by the director's vision?
7 CinematixEdits 2007 was a tough year. Because I felt like Children Of Men should of won it but I just can't argue against Pan's Labyrinth
3 arrogant_ambassador I can't shake it, the earlier films (1950 and before) just look...richer, more vibrant. The shadows are so beautiful and the colors are breathtaking. The more recent winners are gorgeous in their own way, but they look "thin."
1 liamemsa I thought it was interesting that I really hadn't heard of 90% of them until the year 1990, and then after that I'd heard of (or seen) every single winner.
1 lostfat13 They fucking jinxed it goddamnit. If deakins didn't get his Oscar I swear to god