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Oscars Special: Our Predictions


SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE

small-uk-flag.jpg Just one day before the Oscars ceremony takes place, a look at this year’s Hollywood picks shows one of the dullest havest in a long time. Everything points at a “Slumdog Millionaire” sweep, with the mediocre “Benjamin Button’s” hopes being relegated to a couple of technical statuettes. “Milk” will probably get the award reserved to the “rare and critical acclaimed” slot, the Best original script one. If the forecast is accurate, the significant changes announced for the show, masterminded by Bill Condon (Dreamgirls) and presented by Hugh Jackman, promise to be more interested than the awards themselves. Even when many categories still have room for surprise and general consensus is that whoever wins, will do it by a narrow margin. After the jump our predictions. Read the rest of this entry »

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2008 Film Review: Top 40 Best Movies (20-1)


20-VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA-Woody Allen
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Woody Allen visitaba España para dilucidar sobre amor pasional versus relación convencional, siendo saludado por su trabajo más apreciable en una década, después de que su trilogía británica dejase mal sabor de boca. El excelente cast en el que Rebecca Hall y Penélope Cruz brillaban con luz propia y un guión espolvoreado de sus geniales ocurrencias conseguían devolverle, al menos en parte, a su buena forma habitual.

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Woody Allen visited Spain to showcase his thoughts about passion and love versus conventional relationships, being hailed as his most likeable work for a decade, after the British trilogy left a bad taste in everybody’s mouth. An excellent cast in which Rebeca Hall and Penelope Cruz shone and a screenplay sprinkled with his genial wit and wisdom brought him back, at least partially, to his usual good form.
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2008 ROBER AWARDS FILM NOMINATIONS: Best Picture

And the nominees for Best Picture are:


BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD (Antes Que El Diablo Sepa Que Has Muerto)- Sidney Lumet
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2008 ROBER AWARDS FILM NOMINATIONS: Best Original Screenplay

And the nominees for Best Original Screenplay are:


BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD (Antes Que El Diablo Sepa Que Has Muerto)-Kelly Masterson
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2008 ROBER AWARDS FILM NOMINATIONS: Best Art Direction

And the nominees for Best Art Direction are:


IRON MAN (J. Michael Riva)
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2008 ROBER AWARDS FILM NOMINATIONS: Best Fantastic/Animation…

And the nominees for Best Fantastic/Animation…are:


CLOVERFIELD -Monstruoso- (Matt Reeves)
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