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Tuesday
Feb 07 2017

图片s from the Oscar Luncheon

byMurtada

The question on a lot of people’s minds afterthe SAG Awardsis how political are the Oscars going to be.If there was any doubt in anyone’s mind, Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs put that to rest.Addressing those gathered for the traditional luncheon, she alluded to the banned Muslim nominees,Asghar Farhadi and others, by pointing to the empty chairs:

Today we celebrate you.Your work and your achievements, but everyone knows there are some empty chairs in this room which has made Academy artists, activists.There is a struggle globally today over artistic freedom that feels more urgent than at anytime since the 1950s.Art has no borders.Art has no language and doesn’t belong to a single faith.No, the power of art is that it transcends all these things.And strong societies don’t censor art.They celebrate it.

By calling the nominees “activists”, Boone Isaacs is sanctioning political speeches at the ceremony which could make for an interesting show.Still the mood was not somber at the luncheon, and many nominees took the time to socialize.Isabelle Huppert and Michelle Williams caught up at the cocktail hour.Others did that even while taking their places for the annual class photo.More favorite moments after the jump.

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Thursday
Oct 06 2016

What's your most vivid memory of "The Departed" and the 2006 Oscar Race?

by Nathaniel R

Ten years ago today Martin Scorsese's smash hitThe Departedopened in theaters.I remember that day well especially that beat just past this still above when the entire sold out movie theater exploded simultaneously with shock, excitement, screaming, whooping, collective chills.A master playing the audience perfectly so it's no wonder that Martin Scorsese finally won the Oscar for it.Strangely I have few other vivid memories of the movie other than the feeling that that deep line in Leonardo DiCaprio's perma-angst expression had never and would never be put to better use again.Also something about Vera Farmiga flirting in an elevator, and the movie's perfect final shot.

The Film Experience was definitely having an "off consensus" year -- we were all aboutMarie Antoinette,The Fountain, &Volverso the Oscars were kind of a let-down -- but at least it was one of those interesting years where the Best Picture contenders didn't hogallthe nominations.In fact only 1 of the 10 leading acting contenders came from a Best Picture nominee.Strange, right?

What do you remember most about The Departed?And how comfortable were you with the 2006 Oscar's lineup.As a reminder the Best Pictures were:

  • Babel(7 noms / 1 controversial win - for the barely there Original Score)
  • The Departed(5 noms / 4 wins including Picture)
  • Letters From Iwo Jima(4 noms / 1 win)
  • Little Miss Sunshine(4 noms / 2 wins)
  • The Queen(6 noms / 1 win)
Friday
Jul 29 2016

Review: Jason Bourne

It’s Eric, returning to talk about the fifth chapter in the popular Jason Bourne franchise.Judging from the discussions I heard coming from the exit of an early screening of雅on Bourne, your enjoyment of this latest installment of the venerated action spy films probably rests in your expectations.

Because the level of artistry involved with these films has been so high, some out there are naturally hoping that the creative forces behind Jason Bourne found a way to ratchet things up even further.The main grumble outside the theater seemed to be that the films have gotten repetitive in form and content (Bourne finds himself in a huge public space, uses the natural crowd to escape, etc.).

I find myself in a different camp: to me, it’s exactly these set-ups, and specifically the skillfulness with which they’re executed, that fuel the enjoyment...

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Thursday
Apr 21 2016

Yes No Maybe So: Jason Bourne

The Bourne Identity.The Bourne Supremacy.The Bourne Ultimatum.伯恩的遗产。伯恩小姐如果你讨厌的。Universal Pictures correctly assumes "You know his name" which is a brilliant tagline for the forthcoming fifth* entry in the franchise, titled雅on Bourne。In fact, it could well be a tagline for 60% of the franchises out there (the other 40% are led by concepts/groups, created "universes", or in YA dystopia cases>gasp<a young woman).

The question is are we excited to go another round with Matt Damon's leaping, punching, kicking, shooting, indestructable action man and the Oscar-nominated suits that are always trying to hunt him down?Let's find the answer together with our Yes No Maybe So game...

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Sunday
Mar 06 2016

What's Next for this Past Season's Actors - Part 2

Murtadahere to continue the conversation about upcoming projects from actors who've just walked red carpets and absorbed whatever limelight got past the Leo coronation.We've dealt with the winners andthe actresses,let's turn our attention to the men.

Christian Bale: Coming up first isThe Promisewith Oscar Isaac and Charlotte Le Bon (The Walk), a love triangle set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire.He recently signed on to star in Scott Cooper’s Western dramaHostiles

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Thursday
Feb 11 2016

Best Actor: The Year of the Ham

As noted by the recently departed Alan Rickman on his BAFTA win forRobin Hood: Prince of Thieves"Subtlety isn't everything." As far as Oscar is concerned, this year Best Actor was go big or go home.Take a look the leading men outside the bubble and you'll find mostly nuanced performances like those from Michael B.Jordan, Tom Courtenay, and Tom Hanks with their scenery unchewed.Rewarding more broad work has made this the Year of the Ham.

Some of the bigger choices have been more welcome than others in this field, so let's have some fun assessing the hammage:

Bryan Cranston -Trumbo
Clearly the most guilty of going big for its own sake, Cranston's nomination leaves quite a sour taste in your mouth.The performance feels built upon arched shoulders and mustaches, even if Cranston is a game actor admirably going along with the film's schlocky tone.It's not just the scenery getting chewed, but the script, the costumes, the camera, and poor Diane Lane.It's so hammy, he even shows us his hams in a prison scene.
火腿的水平: SPAM - some people like it?¯\_(ツ)_/¯

马特·达蒙 -火星
Here's a role that actually calls upon the actor to be a ham.Matt Damon gets to use more of his natural charm than he has in anything outside of the Ocean's franchise and spends much of his performance breaking the fourth wall.He leans in on the nerd humor that's heavy on puns and dirty words, but thankfully never goes full broski.Everything lands, including his unexpected emotional moments, but this a performance playing right to the crowd.The visible hams are an obvious emaciated stunt double.
火腿的水平: Honey-Baked - generally pleasing to everyone

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Tuesday
Jan 26 2016

Best Acting, Male Division: Personal Ballots & Oscar Charts

今年的战争对手抢镜, Oscar Isaac's Nathan (Ex Machina) > Tom Hardy's Fitzgerald (The Revenant).We love both actors here at TFE and loved them before the rest of the web did (brag brag) but when it comes down to awards season you have to make tough choices.

That's just a handy way of saying Oscar and I go our separate ways more often than not in the acting categories but now both lists are available for your (hopeful) entertainment...

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
On the subject of category placement antagonists are often tricky.They definitely move the plot -- neitherThe RevenantorEx Machinacan function without these devious men, but often you can see either argument for lead or supporting.WhileEx Machinaarguably has three leads being such a chamber drama I occasionally relax the soapbox for performances that straddle the divide.A recent rewatch ofEx Machinaconfirmed that Oscar Isaac would make whichever shortlist we put him in (and I'd switched him back and forth during the year in drafts).It's such an inventive approach to a thoroughly imagined character so I tossed the dice and supporting he went.Now watch him tear up this fucking dance floor...

Only one of Oscar's men makesmy own personal ballot(just posted) with apologies to Mark Rylance who I thought would place but he fell in the dread sixth spot!It happens.I've completedthe Oscar chartas well and included trivia for this golden sausage party.Speaking of sausage parties...I think this is the first male Oscar lineupeverin which ALL the men have gone full frontal in other movies.Weird, right?It's an exhibitionist group this year.This only occurred to me to check because I was a big fan ofIntimacy(2001) back in the day which starred Mark Rylance and everyone knows that Sly starred in a porno beforeRocky(1976)

The charts also include our "How'd they get nominated" fun.So here's a sample -- the Tom Hardy inThe Revenantedition:

25%Leo's bro power pulls his main men in w/ him
21%Spicy Bait: Villains prioritized in this category
20%Timing.'TheRevenant' wastheshiniest new toy
15%Everyone wishes他们could have punched伊纳里多in the face
10%Performance - they like 'em BIG to shake up slow epics (see also: The Zeéeeee in 'Cold Mountain')
9% 'Mad Max Fury Rd'

P.S.I should not that though Hardy didn't make my top 12 in supporting I appreciate his go for broke attempts to saveThe Revenantfrom its own grandiose self-importance with a little cured ham.

Matt Damon a nominee at both the Oscars & the Film Bitch AwardsBEST LEADING ACTOR
Given the weirdly unanimous "meh" factor that Oscar's shortlist has produced in audiences, at least on the web, it's hard to imagine it coming to be at all.But then you remember the media complicity in producing these sorts of safe groupings of all-stars whether or not people were actually hugely impressed with their work.Oscar produced a list of five major players who unfortunately could have been nominated based on the roles themselves before anyone saw the work (always a problem!).You've got your reigning Best Actor (Eddie Redmayne), your mega stars (Leonardo DiCaprio & Matt Damon), and your highly-revered thespians (Bryan Cranston & Michael Fassbender) with all but one of them (Damon) playing real life people.That's the baitiest of bait to awards types -- not just Oscar!-- though after 15 years of covering movies and awards seasons I still can't fathom why playing someone who really exists/existed is so much more likely to be lauded than creating a character from scratch with only the screenplay, director and your imagination to guide you.

But anyway that'sOscar's list。Only two of them survive to makemy personal ballotand I had to correct some category campaign problems too to put Jacob Tremblay (Room) and Paul Dano (Love & Mercy) where they belonged.Since DiCaprio's fans can be quite touchy I should note that he's solid, as ever, inThe Revenant。He's locked up to win the Oscar finally but sadly the film just isn't asking very much of him, emotionally, beyond grief and anguish which he's been playing with minor variations for at a dozen years now.Sorry Oscar campaign narrative but tough physical working conditions and weird diets ≠ acting triumph.

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