Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Mitica100, Mar 5, 2006.
...rules! 'Nuf said.
If you haven't seen it yet, make the effort, it's worth.
Amazing movie. Well deserved win
I'd never even heard of it...
EVERYONE should see this movie! it's absolutely amazing!
I'm amazed it won. I thought it was a better film than Brokeback Mountain. It's just it was released so early in the film year I'm suprised it won it usually goes against.
I'm just going to check who won the rest of them. The Oscars aren't on till tonight here.
This was a good movie.
I'm kinda glad it won, but at the same time, I don't think it was the best movie of the year.
I mean, amazing yes. Definatly one of the top three movies. But the best? I don't think so. I thought Constant Gardener was better.
Crash was far too predictable, and I felt like it was ramming the underlying meaning down my throat too much.
But don't get me wrong. Still an amazing top three of the year. (still haven't seen capote or brokeback, or munich)
It's on my list of the ones to see, Mitica! We only saw 2 movies that had any Oscar buzz - Capote and Brokeback Mountain. Both really excellent films. :thumbup:
I was so happy to see that Phillip Seymour Hoffman took the Oscar for Capote. I've always liked him as a character actor - he has this amazing, deep, resonate voice. Anticipating that voice, I was pleasantly surprised to hear him speak in this high-pitched, almost squeaky, fussy little voice - between that voice, his mannerisms and overall good acting, I really thought he deliverd an Oscar-worthy performance. Anyone who is familiar with "In Cold Blood" would get extra satisfaction from the storyline. Great flick!
Munich for me is a real let down. Capote to see and I will have seen them all. Didn't get the chance this weekend.
Oh and Walk the Line. Have a date to watch that tonight though. Provided the video store has a copy available.
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