Oscar History

The Film Experience™ was created by纳撒尼尔 - [R.Gemini, Cinephile, Actressexual.All material herein is written and copyrighted by Nathaniel or a member of我们的队伍as noted.

Powered by Squarespace
Don't Miss This!


Comment Fun


她是令人难以置信的在这,但她通常是。冷落伤害的时间,但考虑到她已经有一个奥斯卡和清盘以后几年俯冲的黑马候选人...使其感觉到底ok了。“ -菲利普

“最好的十年的女演员。”- 佩吉苏



Keep TFE Strong

我们正在寻找500...没有461个守护神如果您每天看我们,请之一。Your suscription dimes make an enormous difference.考虑...


What'cha Looking For?

Recommend Q&A: Actressexual Longings & Carol Gender-Flipped (Email)

This action will generate an email recommending this article to the recipient of your choice.Note that your email address and your recipient's email address are not logged by this system.

EmailEmail Article Link

The email sent will contain a link to this article, the article title, and an article excerpt (if available).For security reasons, your IP address will also be included in the sent email.

Article Excerpt:

It's another Q & A.Ask it and it shall be er...might be answered.When I started typing this week I couldn't stop and before I know it there were thousands and thousands of words.So that takes care of two Q&As .

Here's the first half of the madscribblingstypings then.

What is your favorite non-nominated performance from each of the five titans of the acting nominations?(Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Jack Nicholson, Bette Davis and Laurence Olivier) - SEAN

NATHANIEL: Oh this is a tough one since those people were Oscared for breathing.Okay.Let's take them in reverse order of preference as actors...

Sir Laurence Olivier.Weirdly I was just watchingAs You Like It(1936) just the other day.I wasn't all that impressed though he definitely had an easier time with the material and the medium than the other stagebound performers.I have seen several of his non-nominated films, mostly from when I was very young so I don't remember them well.Spartacus?Dracula?That Hamilton Woman?I have no idea.I'm not a Sir Larry personat all!I almost always prefer his co-stars even in his biggest hits.

Katharine Hepburn.Bringing Up Baby(1938) is such a comic jewel.Mid 30s to Early 40s is best with Hepburn.

Jack Nicholson.The Shining(1980).Sure he goes big but the nightmare requires that level of commitment to devilish abandon.He does supersized devilish abandon inWitches of Eastwick(1987) as well but in the latter case it's distracting since the women are already sparking so much.Take it down, Jack.

Bette Davis.I confess: I haven't seen all that many of her non-nominated performances.I don't think she's very good inHush HushSweet Charlotteor her late camp work and not very memorable inThree on a Match.Hmmm.MaybeThe Great Lie(1941)?But Mary Astor performs Grand Theft Movie in that one.What a knockout star turn.

Meryl Streep.Easy.The Hours(2002).“I seem to be... unravelling."

lots more after the jump

Article Link:
Your Name:
Your Email:
Recipient Email: