Sunday, January 4, 2015

National Society of Film Critics


Picture
Goodbye to Language

Director
Linklater/Boyhood

Actor
Spall/Mr. Turner

Actress
Cotillard/The Immigrant & Two Days, One Night

Supporting Actor
Simmons/Whiplash

Supporting Actress
Arquette/Boyhood

Screenplay
The Grand Budapest Hotel

Documentary
CITIZENFOUR

Cinematography
Mr. Turner

8 comments:

  1. Oui oui!!!! To Marion Cotillard!!!!

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    1. I really hope she gets that Oscar nom!

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    2. WOW, double noms for miss Marion. I haven't seen Two Days, One Night which sounds intriguing but she really is terrific in The Immigrant.

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    3. She truly is...an astonishing performance full of so much emotional depth. There is a reason that I consider her the finest working actress!

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  2. Ok this is wildly different from the others picking Goodbye to Language and Spall. I am glad to see Cotillard though

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    1. They appeared to try and think outside of the box here, which I commend.

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  3. Really intrigued by Goodbye to Language. I'm predicting Cotillard gets the last spot at the Oscars, especially if BAFTA nominate her. Think Bardem for Biutiful, only without a Foreign Film nod. Also, Cotillard has more critic love than Bardem had, and her film has better reviews.

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    1. Yeah, I'm currently predicting her, while fearing an Aniston/Adams nom instead.

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