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Oscars '10
« on: 08 November, 2009., 00:29:58 CET »
Stiže zima, što znači da stiže i sezona Oscara :D Polako se počinje prikupljati buzz oko potencijalnih nominiranih filmova:


1. PRECIOUS



Monster's Ball producer Lee Daniels follows up his 2005 directorial debut, Shadowboxer, with this adaptation of author Sapphire's best-selling novel about an overweight, illiterate African-American teen from Harlem who discovers an alternate path in life after she begins attending a new school. Clareece "Precious" Jones is only a teenager, yet she's about to give birth to her second child. Unable to read or write, Clareece shows little prospect for the future until discovering that she has been accepted into an alternative school. There, with a little help from a sympathetic teacher (Paula Patton) and a kindly nurse (Lenny Kravitiz), the young girl receives something that most teens never get -- a chance to start over. Mo'nique co-stars in an inspirational drama featuring the debut performance of screen newcomer Gabourey "Gabbie" Sidibe.

The Buzz: How strong is the hype on this critically acclaimed urban drama and Sundance darling? Tyler Perry AND Oprah have stepped on as executive producers, almost ensuring that magical combo of strong reviews and popular support.


2. A SERIOUS MAN



Filmmaking duo Joel and Ethan Coen write, produce, and direct this period black comedy set in 1967 concerning a Midwestern physics professor whose staid and stable life slowly begins to unravel after his wife announces that she's leaving him. As if the failure of his longtime marriage wasn't enough for Larry Gopnik (Tony-nominated Michael Stuhlbarg) to contend with, now his socially inept brother refuses to move out of the house as well. Larry is a modest man of science. Up to this point, his life has been uneventful at best, but things are about to get interesting. When his wife, Judith announces that she is leaving him to move in with his smug colleague Sy Ableman, Larry does his best to contend with his failed marriage while barely tolerating his unemployable brother, Arthur, who appears to have grown roots on Larry's couch. Meanwhile, Larry's son, Danny, is getting into trouble at Hebrew school, and his daughter, Sarah, is stealthily snatching money from his wallet so she can afford a nose job. As Judith and Sy merrily begin making plans for their new life of domestic bliss together, Larry begins receiving a series of anonymous letters from someone who seems intent on sabotaging his chance for tenure at the university. To further complicate matters, a graduate student with failing grades is attempting to bribe the professor while simultaneously threatening him with a defamation lawsuit. Larry is in some serious need of equilibrium, though it's hard to focus on getting your life in order when your beautiful neighbor insists on sunbathing in the nude just outside your window. Perhaps by seeking the advice of three trusted rabbis, Larry can finally learn to cope with his afflictions and become a genuine mensch. A Serious Man is the second in a two-picture deal that the siblings made with Focus Features and Working Title. The first film in the deal, entitled Burn After Reading and starring Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Frances McDormand, was released nationwide in September 2008.

The Buzz: The Coen brothers don't need no stinkin' stars (no offense, Michael Stuhlbarg) for what looks to be another darkly comedic triumph. The film earned kudos all around at Toronto.


3. THE LOVELY BONES



Visionary Heavenly Creatures director Peter Jackson teams with longtime collaborators Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens to adapt author Alice Sebold's best-selling novel concerning a murdered young girl who watches from heaven as her family attempts to cope with their devastating loss, and tracks her killer as he stealthily covers his tracks and prepares to claim his next victim.

The Buzz: Peter Jackson returning to drama to helm the highly anticipated adaptation of a widely celebrated novel, with Oscar-nominated leads Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz and Saoirse Ronan? The force with this one is strong.


4. UP IN THE AIR



Juno's Jason Reitman heads into corporate America territory once again with this adaptation of Walter Kirn's novel Up in the Air for Montecito Pictures. The plot surrounds a human resource administrator (George Clooney) whose life up in the friendly skies becomes his only world as he works to reach his one-millionth frequent flyer mile. Jason Bateman and Vera Farmiga co-star in the Paramount Pictures production.

The Buzz: This George Clooney dramedy directed by Jason Reitman ('Thank You for Smoking') was the toast of Toronto, earning raves across the board. EW's Oscar guru Dave Karger writes that the film "lives up to all the hype" and "seems like a great bet for a nomination."


5. UP



A feisty septuagenarian teams with a fearless wilderness ranger to do battle with a vicious band of beasts and villains in this computer-animated adventure scripted by Pixar veteran Bob Peterson and co-directed by Peterson and Monsters, Inc. director Peter Docter. Carl Fredricksen is a 78-year-old balloon salesman. His entire life, Carl has longed to wander the wilds of South America. Then, one day, the irascible senior citizen shocks his neighbors by tying thousands of balloons to his home and finally taking flight. But Carl isn't alone on his once-in-a-lifetime journey, because stowed away on his front porch is an excitable eight-year-old wilderness explorer named Russell. Later, as the house touches down on the world's second largest continent, Carl and his unlikely traveling companion step outside to discover that not only is their new front lawn considerably larger, but that the predators therein are much more ferocious than anything they ever faced back home.

The Buzz: Pixar's 10th straight critical darling was also their 10th straight box office smash, earning $291 million. 'WALL-E' was considered a dark horse a year ago, but with the Best Picture category expanded to 10 slots, 'Up' could be a shoo-in.


6. NINE



From the creative team behind the Oscar-winning Broadway adaptation of Chicago comes a lavish feature take on the Tony award-winning musical inspired by Federico Fellini's whimsical classic 8 1/2. Directed by Rob Marshall, Nine details the effort made by world-class filmmaker Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) in realizing his latest cinematic vision while simultaneously balancing his relationships with the many passionate and influential women in his life, including his mistress, Carla (Penélope Cruz), and wife, Luisa (Marion Cotillard). Original lyricist and composer Maury Yeston serves as co-executive producer for the filmed version of his own 1982 Broadway hit. Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren, Fergie, and Judi Dench co-star in the Weinstein Co. production.

The Buzz: Not to be confused with the psychedelically animated '9,' or the actioner 'District 9,' this is the musical directed by Rob Marshall ('Chicago'), based on Fellini's '8 ½,' and starring Oscar heavyweights Daniel Day-Lewis, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz and Marion Cotillard. Yeah, this one's a safe bet.


7. AVATAR



A paraplegic ex-marine war veteran is unwillingly sent to establish a human settlement on the distant planet of Pandora, only to find himself battling humankind alongside the planet's indigenous Na'vi race in this ambitious digital 3-D sci-fi epic from Academy Award-winning Titanic director James Cameron. The film, which marks Cameron's first dramatic feature since 1997's Titanic, will be shot on the proprietary FUSION digital 3-D cameras developed by Cameron in collaboration with Vince Pace, and will offer a groundbreaking mix of live-action dramatic performances and computer-generated effects. Australian actor Sam Worthington stars as the reluctant human settler, Jake Sully, with actress Zoe Saldana signing on to portray the local woman who enters into a romantic affair with the hero. The revolutionary motion-capture system created for the film allows the facial expressions of actors to be captured as a virtual camera system enables them to see what their computer-generated counterparts will be seeing in the film, and Peter Jackson's Oscar-winning Weta Digital visual-effects house has been hired to supervise Avatar's complex visual effects. Joel Moore, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, and Michelle Rodriguez round out the cast.

The Buzz: Reactions to the first trailer weren't as unanimously positive as promised (at least for those NOT wearing 3-D glasses), but we'd be fools to doubt long-reigning "King of the World" James Cameron, who has not-so-subtly hinted at "revolutionizing filmmaking" with this sci-fi epic.


8. THE HURT LOCKER



Based on the personal wartime experiences of journalist Mark Boal (who adapted his experiences with a bomb squad into a fact-based, yet fictional story), director Kathryn Bigelow's Iraq War-set action thriller The Hurt Locker presents the conflict in the Middle East from the perspective of those who witnessed the fighting firsthand -- the soldiers. As an elite Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal team tactfully navigates the streets of present-day Iraq, they face the constant threat of death from incoming bombs and sharp-shooting snipers. In Baghdad, roadside bombs are a common danger. The Army is working to make the city a safer place for Americans and Iraqis, so when it comes to dismantling IEDs (improvised explosive devices) the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) crew is always on their game. But protecting the public isn't easy when there's no room for error, and every second spent dismantling a bomb is another second spent flirting with death. Now, as three fearless bomb technicians take on the most dangerous job in Baghdad, it's only a matter of time before one of them gets sent to "the hurt locker." Jeremy Renner, Guy Pearce, and Ralph Fiennes star.

The Buzz: One of the best reviewed films of the year, Kathryn Bigelow's startling war drama is another film that a year ago would no doubt be on the outside looking in but now stands a solid shot at a Best Picture nom given the wider field.


9. AMELIA



Hilary Swank and Richard Gere star in director Mira Nair's biopic tracing the life of famed aviator Amelia Earhart -- who made history in 1932 by becoming the first woman ever to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Five years later, as Earhart attempted to fly around the world, the pilot and her plane simply vanished after crashing into the Pacific Ocean. Virginia Madsen and Ewan McGregor co-star in the Avalon Pictures production.

The Buzz: No one has seen it yet, so it's still too early to tell what camp this Amelia Earheart biopic will fall in -- that of Oscar dominator ('The Aviator,' 'Milk'), acting accolades only ('Ray,' 'Last King of Scotland'), or none of the above ('Beyond the Sea').


10. AN EDUCATION



A suburban London teen finds her traditional education replaced by something slightly more sinister when an older, more worldly suitor sweeps her off of her feet while placing her future in jeopardy. London, 1961: 16-year-old Jenny (Carey Mulligan) is smart, attractive, and eager to start her adult life. She's grown tired of the familiar adolescent routine, so when urbane newcomer David (Peter Sarsgaard) appears in town, Jenny senses a rare opportunity to shake things up a bit. Quickly falling under David's spell, the impressionable Jenny begins accompanying her newfound beau to classical concerts, art auctions, crowded pubs, and dinners that stretch into the small hours of the night. But Jenny is brighter than most kids her age, and her parents always dreamt of getting their exceptional daughter into Oxford. These days it seems like she's headed in a different direction -- will David ultimately be her undoing, or the person who helps her finally realize her true potential?

The Buzz: This Nick Hornby-scripted coming-of-age drama has been drawing raves since its Sundance debut (where it won the Audience Award), and is boosted by three strong performances (Carey Mulligan, Peter Saarsgaard and Alfred Molina).


11. INVICTUS



Actor Morgan Freeman portrays anti-apartheid activist and former South African president Nelson Mandela in this Clint Eastwood-helmed political drama adapted from author John Carlin's book The Human Factor: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Changed the World. Set just after the fall of apartheid and during Mandela's first term in office, The Human Factor explores how the political prisoner-turned-president used the 1995 Rugby World Cup -- which was hosted by South Africa -- as a means of bringing blacks and whites together after decades of violence and mistrust. Matt Damon co-stars in the Warner Bros. production as rugby player Francois Pienaar.

The Buzz: Clint Eastwood has about a .500 batting average of making Oscar's short list since he's become primarily a director, with 'Mystic River,' 'Million Dollar Baby' and 'Letters From Iwo Jima' all making the cut. Expect this Nelson Mandela story to up his stats.


12. STAR TREK



Mission: Impossible III director and Alias creator J.J. Abrams resurrects the classic science fiction franchise created by Gene Roddenberry with this feature film that embraces the rich history of the influential television and film series while also exploring some uncharted territory. Heroes star Zachary Quinto assumes the role of the Federation Starfleet lieutenant and Vulcan made famous in the original series by Leonard Nimoy (who also appears in an older incarnation of his original role), Spock, with Anton Yelchin stepping into the role of USS Enterprise navigator Pavel Chekov, Zoe Saldana assuming the role of communications officer Uhura, Simon Pegg keeping the ship in top shape as chief engineer Montgomery Scott (aka "Scotty"), and Eric Bana tormenting the benevolent space explorers as the villainous Nero. Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle co-star John Cho also boards the Enterprise as Hikaru Sulu, with Chris Pine and Karl Urban assuming the legendary roles of Captain Kirk and Leonard "Bones" McCoy, respectively.

The Buzz: J.J. Abrams' dynamic reboot is the definitive example of the type of film the Academy would like to see get nominated, if only to boost ratings. Unlike, say, 'Transformers,' it was worshipped by critics and audiences alike.


13. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE



Visionary director Spike Jonze brings Maurice Sendak's beloved children's book to the big screen with the help of hipster icon Dave Eggers, who teamed with Jonze to pen the adapted screenplay. A mixture of real actors, computer animation, and live puppeteering, Where the Wild Things Are follows the adventures of a young boy named Max (Max Records) as he enters the world of the Wild Things, a race of strange and enormous creatures who gradually turn the young boy into their king.

The Buzz: Anticipation is sky high to see what sort of wild things visionary director Spike Jonze will bring to Maurice Sendak's monster-inhabited world; the result could be the first family-oriented film up for Best Picture since 2004's 'Finding Neverland.'


14. DISTRICT 9



Director Neill Blomkamp teams with producer Peter Jackson for this tale of extraterrestrial refugees stuck in contemporary South Africa. It's been 28 years since the aliens made first contact, but there was never any attack from the skies, nor any profound technological revelation capable of advancing our society. Instead, the aliens were treated as refugees. They were the last of their kind, and in order to accommodate them, the government of South Africa set up a makeshift home in District 9 as politicians and world leaders debated how to handle the situation. As the humans begin to grow wary of the unwelcome intruders, a private company called Multi-National United (MNU) is assigned the task of controlling the aliens. But MNU is less interested in the aliens' welfare than attempting to understand how their weaponry works. Should they manage to make that breakthrough, they will receive tremendous profits to fund their research. Unfortunately, the highly advanced weaponry requires alien DNA in order to be activated. When MNU field operative Wikus van der Merwe (Sharlto Copley) is exposed to biotechnology that causes his DNA to mutate, the tensions between the aliens and the humans intensifies. Wikus is the key to unlocking the alien's technology, and he quickly becomes the most wanted man on the planet. Ostracized and isolated, Wikus retreats to District 9 in a desperate bid to shake his dogged pursuers.

The Buzz: Sci-fi fans geeked out over this late-summer sleeper, and though some audiences were turned off by its guerilla style, it still has enough critical and fan support to warrant dark horse standing.


I evo još neki filmovi koji se spominju:

15. THE MAID -  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1187044/

16. AMREEKA - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1190858/

17. THE INFORMANT! - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1130080/

18. A SINGLE MAN - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1315981/

19. THE BURNING PLAIN - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1068641/

20. THE LAST STATION - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0824758/

21. BIG FAN - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1228953/
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #1 on: 08 November, 2009., 01:24:53 CET »
Ima prejaka konkurencija ove godine, pogledat cu sve ove filmove sad kad si mi postavio listu, jedva cekam dobre snimke  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Briga me sve, pogledat cu sve moguce nominovane filmove  :top:

Up vjerujem da ce biti nominovan u najbolji film, mozda i za najbolji animirani film, al ipak zelio bi da ovu godinu tu nagradu dobiti THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG  :cerek:

Nine  :headbang:

A V A T A R  :s

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #2 on: 08 November, 2009., 11:49:01 CET »
Ima prejaka konkurencija ove godine, pogledat cu sve ove filmove sad kad si mi postavio listu, jedva cekam dobre snimke  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

I ja isto :cerek: :D Obožavam kad se počnu pojavljivat screeneri :klopa: :D
 

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« Reply #3 on: 12 November, 2009., 00:37:00 CET »
20 Animated Features Line Up for 2009 Oscar Race
Source:The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
November 11, 2009

20 features have been submitted for consideration in the Animated Feature Film category for the 82nd Academy Awards®.

The 20 submitted features are:

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
Astro Boy
Battle for Terra
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Coraline
Disney's A Christmas Carol
The Dolphin – Story of a Dreamer
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Mary and Max
The Missing Lynx
Monsters vs. Aliens
9
Planet 51
Ponyo
The Princess and the Frog
The Secret of Kells
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure
A Town Called Panic
Up

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, The Dolphin – Story of a Dreamer, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Planet 51, The Princess and the Frog, The Secret of Kells and A Town Called Panic have not yet had their required Los Angeles qualifying run. Submitted features must fulfill the theatrical release requirements and meet all of the category's other qualifying rules before they can advance in the voting process.

Under the rules for this category, a maximum of 5 features can be nominated in a year in which the field of eligible entries numbers at least 16.

Films submitted in the Animated Feature Film category also may qualify for Academy Awards in other categories, including Best Picture, provided they meet the requirements for those categories.

The 82nd Academy Awards nominations will be announced on Tuesday, February 2, 2010, at 5:30 a.m. PT in the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater.

Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2009 will be presented on Sunday, March 7, 2010, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center®, and televised live by the ABC Television Network. The Oscar presentation also will be televised live in more than 200 countries worldwide.
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« Reply #4 on: 19 November, 2009., 10:31:19 CET »
15 Documentary Features Continue in Oscar Race

Source:Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences November 18, 2009

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 15 films in the Documentary Feature category will advance in the voting process for the 82nd Academy Awards®. Eighty-nine pictures had originally qualified in the category.

The 15 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production company:

* The Beaches of Agnes, Agnès Varda, director (Cine-Tamaris)
* Burma VJ, Anders Østergaard, director (Magic Hour Films)
* The Cove, Louie Psihoyos, director (Oceanic Preservation Society)
* Every Little Step, James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo, directors (Endgame Entertainment)
* Facing Ali, Pete McCormack, director (Network Films Inc.)
* Food, Inc., Robert Kenner, director (Robert Kenner Films)
* Garbage Dreams, Mai Iskander, director (Iskander Films, Inc.)
* Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders, Mark N. Hopkins, director (Red Floor Pictures LLC)
* The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers, Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith, directors (Kovno Communications)
* Mugabe and the White African, Andrew Thompson and Lucy Bailey, directors (Arturi Films Limited)
* Sergio, Greg Barker, director (Passion Pictures and Silverbridge Productions)
* Soundtrack for a Revolution, Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman, directors (Freedom Song Productions)
* Under Our Skin, Andy Abrahams Wilson, director (Open Eye Pictures)
* Valentino The Last Emperor, Matt Tyrnauer, director (Acolyte Films)
* Which Way Home, Rebecca Cammisa, director (Mr. Mudd)

The Documentary Branch Screening Committee viewed all the eligible documentaries for the preliminary round of voting. Documentary Branch members will now select the five nominees from among the 15 titles on the shortlist.

The 82nd Academy Awards nominations will be announced on Tuesday, February 2, 2010, at 5:30 a.m. PT in the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater.

Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2009 will be presented on Sunday, March 7, 2010, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center®, and televised live by the ABC Television Network. The Oscar presentation also will be televised live in more than 200 countries worldwide.
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« Reply #5 on: 19 November, 2009., 20:39:24 CET »
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

Ahahaha :lol: How yes no :rofl:
 

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« Reply #6 on: 25 November, 2009., 17:26:32 CET »
 Precious DVDSCR XviD-DEViSE

:lol: :s :s Nije dugo trebalo :D :cerek: :cheer:
 

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« Reply #7 on: 25 November, 2009., 20:55:23 CET »
 :cheer: :cheer:

Pocet cemo sad gledati, pogledao sam jas vec "Inglourious Basterds", mora dobiti koju nagradu, makar i nominaciju oko price, sporednog glumca i slicno  :s

Jos sad cu skinuti Precious  :top:

I OVO JEDVA CEKAM:  :s :s :s

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« Reply #8 on: 12 December, 2009., 19:14:35 CET »


The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the 15 semi-finalists for the Achievement in Visual Effects for the 82nd Academy Awards today.  The contenders are as follows:

“Angels & Demons”
“Avatar”
“Coraline”
“Disney’s A Christmas Carol”
“District 9”
“G-Force”
“G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra”
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”
“Sherlock Holmes”
“Star Trek”
“Terminator Salvation”
“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”
“2012”
“Watchmen”
“Where the Wild Things Are”

According to the Academy, the members of the Academy’s Visual Effects Branch Executive Committee, who selected the semifinalists, will narrow the list to seven early next month.  At that point, all members of the Visual Effects Branch will be invited to view 15-minute excerpts from each of the seven shortlisted films on Thursday, January 21. Following the screenings, the members will vote to nominate three films for final Oscar consideration.

This year, there is no question "Avatar" will win and make the cut.  The question is who the other two nominees will be.  Yes, it's that competitive.  Whether it's "District 9," "Where the Wild Things Are," "Star Trek," "2012" or "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," three of those features are going to be left out in the cold.
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« Reply #9 on: 15 December, 2009., 18:17:51 CET »
Došo screener za Where The Wild Things Are :cheer:

I ima TS za skinut od The Men Who Stare at Goats, ako ikog zanima :D
 

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« Reply #10 on: 15 December, 2009., 18:38:50 CET »

I ja isto :cerek: :D Obožavam kad se počnu pojavljivat screeneri :klopa: :D

polako se HDD cisti :D

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« Reply #11 on: 15 December, 2009., 18:56:37 CET »
@Chmarin: Nasao sam ja na speed.cd ne moras mi poslati preku PM ;)

Postavio skidanje, ovih dana moram pogledati i The Hurt Locker  :D
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« Reply #12 on: 15 December, 2009., 19:44:30 CET »
^^ Jbmu, evo ove sekunde sam odgovorio :zubo: A nema veze :cerek1:

Ja sam počeo gledat Hurt Locker i nikako da nastavim :bonk: Ovaj vikend će bit uživancija :D Hurt Locker, Where the wild things are, The Blind Side, The Men who Stare at Goats :kokice: I NFL :o :zubo:
 

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« Reply #13 on: 17 December, 2009., 00:50:01 CET »
Predicting likely noms and winners -- always a risky business -- is even trickier as many of the potential heavyweight contenders -- "The Lovely Bones," "Avatar," "Nine" -- aren't scheduled for release until year's end. But an even bigger mystery looms: By expanding the field from five to 10 nominees for best picture, will the Academy now give Oscar recognition to films that normally might not receive that kind of attention?

Despite all this, some critical consensus is emerging, with "Up in the Air" being widely praised. Peter Travers, Rolling Stone's movie critic, calls it "my kind of studio picture -- it's smart, timely and a movie you take home with you."

The Los Angeles Times' Kenneth Turan also sees it as Oscar-worthy, as does "Entertainment Tonight's'' Leonard Maltin, who calls it "entertaining, timely and provocative -- everything a movie should be."

USA Today's Claudia Puig says, "The ensemble cast is topnotch. George Clooney gives one of his best performances ever, and the film, perhaps more than any other this year, perfectly captures the mood and tenor of our times right now. Its look at corporate downsizing is funny, touching, disturbing and thoroughly entertaining."

Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" is also receiving a lot of plaudits. Says Neil Rosen, movie critic at NY1, "It's his best work in years and a great fantasy revenge film." "Nothing's come close," says Los Angeles Daily News' Bob Strauss. "It's what Tarantino's always done best -- use language and reference his vast and eclectic cinematic knowledge, and all taken to amazing new heights."

Puig calls it "one of the year's most audacious, gory and glorious movies. Its tense and jangly pace grabs you from the first frame and doesn't let go. Brash and nimbly acted, it is anchored by the mesmerizing performance of Christoph Waltz as a startlingly erudite and despicable Nazi."

The little-seen but critically acclaimed "The Hurt Locker" is also a favorite. "It would be a huge oversight if 'Locker' were not a best-picture nominee," Puig says. "This is the first great film about the Iraq War and manages to be an enthralling psychological portrait of one of the highest-stress jobs a soldier could have, a probing examination of the distinction between bravery and bravado and an explosively exciting action film."

Travers also champions "The Hurt Locker" ("a shot to the heart") and "Precious" ("It hit me like a ton of bricks, and Mo'Nique should win every award there is for that performance").

KNBC's Jeffrey Lyons agrees, adding that Gabourey Sidibe "gave one of the great debuting performances in movie history."

Lyons also singles out "Crazy Heart" and star Jeff Bridges ("It's this year's Mickey Rourke performance and he's long overdue"), "Invictus" ("Clint made one of the year's most inspiring movies, and Morgan Freeman gives a portrayal akin to Ben Kingsley's Gandhi) and "Broken Embraces" ("another brilliant portrayal from Penelope Cruz, the Sophia Loren of our time").

The quirky romantic comedy "500 Days of Summer" has also gained traction. Rosen calls it "this year's 'Juno' meets 'Sideways,' a small movie, but very innovative and fresh." Puig says, "In the way 'Annie Hall' defined relationships in the 70s, it captures and distills the contemporary romantic sensibility. At once innovative, heartfelt and breezy, it happily invigorates the traditional boy-meets-girl story."

And Turan and Rosen both loved "Up" -- "It deserves a best picture nomination," says Rosen.


Ovogodišnji roster oskarovskih filmova mi je odličan :D :top: Go Precious :cheer:
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #14 on: 17 December, 2009., 16:40:21 CET »

    Beverly Hills, CA — Sixty-three songs from eligible feature-length motion pictures are contending for nominations in the Original Song category for the 82nd Academy Awards®, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today:

    “All Is Love” from “Where the Wild Things Are”
    “Almost Over You” from “My One and Only”
    “Almost There” from “The Princess and the Frog”
    “AyAyAyAy” from “The Maid”
    “Back to Tennessee” from “Hannah Montana The Movie”
    “Being Bad” from “Duplicity”
    “Blanco” from “Fast & Furious”
    “Brothers in Arms” from “Brothers at War”
    “Butterfly Fly Away” from “Hannah Montana The Movie”
    “Cinema Italiano” from “Nine”
    “Colorblind” from “Invictus”
    “Depression Era” from “That Evening Sun”
    “Don’t Walk Away” from “Hannah Montana The Movie”
    “Dove of Peace” from “Bruno”
    “Down in New Orleans” from “The Princess and the Frog”
    “Fly Farm Blues” from “It Might Get Loud”
    “Forget Me” from “I Love You, Beth Cooper”
    “God Bless Us Everyone” from “Disney’s A Christmas Carol”
    “Here” from “Shrink”
    “Hideaway” from “Where the Wild Things Are”
    “Hoedown Throwdown” from “Hannah Montana The Movie”
    “I Bring What I Love” from “Youssou N’Dour: I Bring What I Love”
    “I See You” from “Avatar”
    “(I Want to) Come Home” from “Everybody’s Fine”
    “If You’re Wondering” from “The Lightkeepers”
    “Impossible Fantasy” from “Adventures of Power”
    “Innocent Child” from “Skin”
    “Invictus 9,000 Days” from “Invictus”
    “Legendary” from “Tyson”
    “Let Freedom Reign” from “Skin”
    “Loin de Paname” from “Paris 36”
    “Ma Belle Evangeline” from “The Princess and the Frog”
    “My One and Only” from “My One and Only”
    “Na Na” from “Couples Retreat”
    “Never Knew I Needed” from “The Princess and the Frog”
    “New Divide” from “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”
    “New Jersey Nights” from “Adventures of Power”
    “New York Is Where I Live” from “Did You Hear about the Morgans?”
    “No Time for Love” from “Simon & Malou”
    “One Day” from “Post Grad”
    “Only You” from “The Young Victoria”
    “Other Father Song” from “Coraline”
    “Petey’s Song” from “Fantastic Mr. Fox”
    “Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea” from “Ponyo”
    “Possibility” from “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”
    “Raining Sunshine” from “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”
    “Running Out of Empty (Make Ourselves at Home)” from “Lymelife”
    “Smoke without Fire” from “An Education”
    “Somebody Else” from “Crazy Heart”
    “Stu’s Song” from “The Hangover”
    “Take It All” from “Nine”
    “Through the Trees” from “Jennifer’s Body”
    “Trust Me” from “The Informant!”
    “Un Bouquet des Violettes” from “New York, I Love You”
    “We Are the Children of the World” from “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus”
    “We Love Violence” from “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus”
    “The Weary Kind (Theme from Crazy Heart)” from “Crazy Heart”
    “When You Find Me” from “Adam”
    “Winter” from “Brothers”
    “The Word Is Love” from “Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!”
    “You Got Me Wrapped around Your Little Finger” from “An Education”
    “You’ll Always Find Your Way Back Home” from “Hannah Montana The Movie”
    “You’ve Been a Friend to Me” from “Old Dogs”

    On Tuesday, January 12, the Academy will screen clips featuring each song, in random order, for voting members of the Music Branch in Los Angeles. Following the screenings, members will determine the nominees by an averaged point system vote. If no song receives an average score of 8.25 or more, there will be no nominees in the category. If only one song achieves that score, it and the song receiving the next highest score shall be the two nominees. If two or more songs (up to five) achieve that score, they shall be the nominees.

    A DVD copy of the song clips will be made available to those branch members who are unable to attend the screening and who request it for home viewing. A mail-in ballot will be provided.

    A maximum of two songs may be nominated from any one film. If more than two songs from a film are in contention, the two songs with the most votes will be the nominees.

    To be eligible, a song must consist of words and music, both of which are original and written specifically for the film. A clearly audible, intelligible, substantive rendition of both lyric and melody must be used in the body of the film or as the first music cue in the end credits.

    The 82nd Academy Awards nominations will be announced on Tuesday, February 2, 2010, at 5:30 a.m. PT in the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater. Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2009 will be presented on Sunday, March 7, 2010, at the Kodak Theatre

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #15 on: 17 December, 2009., 19:37:07 CET »
Mislim da možemo eliminirat stvari iz smeća ala Hannah Montana: The Movie i New Moon :zubo:
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #16 on: 17 December, 2009., 20:26:53 CET »
Mislim da možemo eliminirat stvari iz smeća ala Hannah Montana: The Movie i New Moon :zubo:

Ne znam dali si preslusao ali "New Moon" kao i "Twilight" imaju preljepe soundtrace, nevjerojatne da ne kazem, ali ipak moji pobijednici zasad su "I see you" by Leona Lewis iz Avatar, i "Cinema Italiano" by Kate Hudson iz Nine  :cerek:
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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #17 on: 23 December, 2009., 10:00:21 CET »
Pojavio se screener INVICTUSA :cheer: :cheer:
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #18 on: 23 December, 2009., 23:48:41 CET »
I screeneri nastavljaju dolazit :cerek1: Iako ova dva filma nemaju nikakve šanse što se tiče Oscara - pojavio se screener Couples Reatreata i R5 The Rebounda :top: :s
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #19 on: 24 December, 2009., 17:58:20 CET »
JOŠ Božićnih poklona :cerek1: Pojavio se screener za An Education :s :s
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #20 on: 24 December, 2009., 18:56:56 CET »
Super  :D

Od potencijalnih nominovanih gledane samo Inglurious Basterds  :s i The Blind Side  :top: . Takoder sam gledao Distict 9 ali  :rigo: :rigo: uzasan film za mene!
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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #21 on: 24 December, 2009., 23:29:50 CET »
ja sam do sad pogledala: Up, Hurt Locker, Distric 9 i Inglourious Basterds....  :top:

vidim dosta skrinera doslo... HDD je blago ociscen pa eto.. praznici su tu :cerek:

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #22 on: 25 December, 2009., 00:15:48 CET »
Ja sam danas pogledao Up, a odgledao sam Precious i započeo Hurt Lockers i Basterdse :D

Sad se čekaju screeneri za Up in the Air, A Serious Man i Crazy Heart :D
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #23 on: 25 December, 2009., 17:17:12 CET »
pogledala invictus...  :D mislim da se Freemanu smjesi oskar kao sto ga je dobio Whitaker za Last King of Scotland  :D

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #24 on: 27 December, 2009., 21:49:04 CET »
Od zasada pogledanih u 10 nominovanih dajem nominaciju samo tri filmove:

1. Inglourious Basterds
2. Up
3. Where the Wild Things Are
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Kako ce se filmove gledaju sigurno ce se lista promjeniti, ipak ocekujem puno od filmove kao "Nine", "The Last Station", "Precious" i ostale, "District 9" definitivno nije za nominaciju  :rigo: :rigo:

"The Blind Side" spored mene ne zasluzuje nominaciju, iako je bio izvrsan film, mislim da trebalo je jos toga odraditi da bude spored mene kod nominovane!

Takoder mislim da ce jedan od ove dobit nominaciju: "An Education"/"The Last Station"/ i "Bright Star".

"Invictus" vidjecemo dali ce mi se dopasti, ujedno cu ga gledati zajedno s "Gran Torino" jedan po drugi jer nisam pogledao jos od prosle godine, a imam previse zelju. Vidjecemo dali cu zavoljeti Eastwood style, jer sam gledao samo "Mystic River" od njegove filmove  :top:

E naravno ono sto mislim da ce i trijumfirati na Oskare "Up in the Air" totalno nepoznat film za svima, a sigurno ce nakon Oskara kao i proslogodisnji "Slumdog" poceti osvajavati publike  :D

"Crazy Heart" vidim kao "Walk the Line"/"Ray"!

Sve u svemu ima dobre filmove ove godine  :s
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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #25 on: 02 January, 2010., 03:57:25 CET »
The_Lovely_Bones_2009_DVDSCR_XviD-Lynks-PrisM :lux: :lux:
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #26 on: 03 January, 2010., 04:42:54 CET »
OMG :eek: Up.In.The.Air.2009.DVDSCR.XviD-CAMELOT

:lux: :lux: Ovi screeneri ko da s neba padaju :cerek1: Ovaj sam film najviše čekao nakon Preciousa :cerek: :s :klopa:
 

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #27 on: 03 January, 2010., 13:00:50 CET »
OMG :eek: Up.In.The.Air.2009.DVDSCR.XviD-CAMELOT

:lux: :lux: Ovi screeneri ko da s neba padaju :cerek1: Ovaj sam film najviše čekao nakon Preciousa :cerek: :s :klopa:

Ajd da vidimo kakav je glavni favorit  :B . Ja jos nisam ni Precious pogledao  :D
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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #28 on: 04 January, 2010., 03:30:23 CET »
izasao je dvd rip za amreeka. ovaj film me zanimao nezavisno od toga dal ce bit nominovan tako da to odmah skidam
inace sem basterdsa i up-a u bioskopu nista od ovogodisnjih filmova niejsam vidio.
vjerovatno cu sacekati da ispadnu zvanicne nominacije pa cu onda krenuti u skidanje. volim sto je ispalo dosta screenera  :top:
a i oskari su tek u martu (btw sto tako kasno ove godine) tako da ce biti dosta vremena za nadoknadjivanje :D

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Re: Oscars '10
« Reply #29 on: 04 January, 2010., 04:29:00 CET »
Baš sam si skinuo tu Amreeku :top: Iako ne znam oću imat vremena da pogledam film, jer toliko toga još nisam pogledo :( :zubo: