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« Reply #440 on: January 09, 2018, 01:32:28 pm »

Bless the BAFTAs! It was they who awarded our Jake!
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« Reply #441 on: January 09, 2018, 01:33:31 pm »

Bless the BAFTAs! It was they who awarded our Jake!

Yes, indeed! 

Stephen Fry has retired, however, and Joanna Lumley will host this year.
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« Reply #442 on: January 10, 2018, 06:42:39 pm »




This.



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3:22 PM - Jan 8, 2018
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nothing but respect for MY three billboards













Obviously referencing:






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This.




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Call Me By Your Name posters in the subway in London





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king’s cross st pancras !!
SHES HERE AND SHES BEAUTIFUL








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« Reply #443 on: January 10, 2018, 07:05:44 pm »



Just FYI.



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10 yrs ago we set out to make the movie we needed when we were growing up, a great cinematic romance that challenged conventions and proved that love is love- that the magic, beauty and mystery of first love is something shared by all. Thank you for recognizing that today, HFPA.



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« Reply #444 on: January 10, 2018, 08:35:56 pm »



Also FYI:






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Your Guide to the
Three Billboards
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By Nate Jones
January 10, 2018 9:00 am



Two Golden Globe winners.  Merrick Morton/Fox Searchlight Pictures



Unlike last year, when the battle between Moonlight  and La La Land  became for many viewers a proxy war for the struggle against the incoming administration, the first few months of this year’s Oscars race denied us the pleasures of another stark contest. In part, this was because the industry gave us enough offscreen monsters that we didn’t need to turn a movie into one. But it’s also because, for those of us prone to treating awards ceremonies as referendums on the state of social progress, this year has an embarrassment of worthy winners: Get Out, a horror film with a clearer view of American racism than a million liberal-humanist dramas; Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig’s sensitive portrait of mother-daughter tension; and Call Me by Your Name, a love story so beautiful that, as one E! red-carpet host revealed at the Golden Globes, it made his straight friends finally realize gay relationships were as real as their own.

Amid the hubbub over #TimesUp, Oprah’s speech, and James Franco elbowing Tommy Wiseau, you may not have noticed something else that happened at the Globes: With its four wins Sunday night, Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  not only became the Oscar front-runner, it was also officially inaugurated as this year’s La La Land, the movie whose awards success is seen as emblematic of America’s various ills.

Few people would have anticipated either of these things happening from reading coverage of Three Billboards  after its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September. Back then, the movie was widely pitched as standing on the right side of the current political divide, with early critics seeing Frances McDormand’s Mildred Hayes as a standard-bearer for #nastywomen everywhere. (As Owen Gleiberman wrote in Variety, “She’s woke, she’s fierce, she’s beyond shame or scruples, she’s screaming truth to power, she’s charged up with the wrath of an avenger.”) Though the film won the festival’s top prize and McDormand was widely assumed to be a strong contender for Best Actress, Three Billboards  was marketed as something different from the usual toothless Oscar bait: pricklier, more raw, less interested in making you love it.

The film came out to generally positive reviews in November, when audiences began noticing something that the Toronto reviews had barely touched on — the film’s odd blind spot on race. I’ll let my colleague Angelica Jade Bastién go into it further later this week, but briefly: The second half of the movie largely belongs to Sam Rockwell’s Dixon, a ne’er-do-well cop with a history of racist violence who gets some measure of redemption by the end of the film. Dixon’s arc has made Rockwell a shoo-in for Best Supporting Actor races at the same time as it’s rubbed some viewers the wrong way thanks to a noticeable bit of sleight of hand: McDonagh never lets us meet the black person Dixon is said to have tortured, which lets his past crimes stay entirely in the abstract. (Dixon does do another terrible thing onscreen, but the movie is careful to give him a very good excuse, and he subsequently suffers so much that his victim immediately forgives him.) And as Kyle Buchanan noted, the film’s only other black characters are all “good-hearted ciphers.”

On Twitter, NPR’s Gene Demby has been one of the leading voices against Three Billboards, calling the film’s rapturous reception at Toronto an indictment of the whiteness of the critical establishment: “I think festival audiences are so used to the centrality of white people’s inner lives treated as the Actual Emotional Stakes that they don’t get what’s janky about a movie set in a town where cops torture black [people] but the plot is about thwarted justice for a white lady,” he wrote in one thread. Other media outlets soon followed suit. The Washington Post ’s Alyssa Rosenberg has written how the film’s handling of Dixon undermines its own moral convictions. At the Daily Beast, Ira Madison III, a McDonagh fan, called the film “unearned, manipulative and altogether offensive.” The HuffPost’s Zeba Blay compared it to a white liberal’s racist uncle.

So yes, a whole lot of people did not like Three Billboards  even before the Golden Globes. But on Sunday, the film’s warm embrace from the Hollywood Establishment went from something theoretical to painfully concrete. The film won in Best Supporting Actor (they loved the racist-cop redemption arc), Best Screenplay (over Get Out ’s Jordan Peele), Best Actress in a Drama (no one was upset about this one), and Best Drama (where Get Out  wasn’t even competing). Martin McDonagh may not have won in Best Director, but he was part of that all-male slate of nominees, and so indicted all the same.

Accordingly, Three Billboards  was treated to the ritual social-media dunking that greets all unworthy awards winners:






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I'm actually thrilled Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  won the Golden Globe for best picture because it gives us an excellent opportunity to remember that there is no justice in this world and most people are dumb sheep with trash opinions.


Never forget that Crash  won best picture & it is easily one of the worst pieces of shit ever made. History is on the side of the people who knew that not only was Brokeback Mountain  a superior film, but Crash  was a piece of garbage written and directed by a Scientologist rapist.


Just as Donald Trump winning the presidency exposed the seedy underbelly of American politics, so does Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri give us a chance to realize that most movies are horrible, and we MUST do better.







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the golden globes ending on a Three Billboards  win is like a film about a strong independent woman ending by finding sympathy for the violent and racist cop who perpetrated police brutality


i love love love mcdormand, rockwell, and even mcdonagh’s other work but this film was... woof







Three Billboards  followed this up by turning in a strong showing in Tuesday’s BAFTA nominations. This awards season may not have the same crackerjack finish as last year’s, but as least we’ve finally found a good villain.


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« Reply #445 on: January 10, 2018, 10:12:54 pm »

Well, it's been over 10 years since I posted on this site. Glad to see it's still around.

We now have a new movie to love and I'd like to contribute to the discussion by sharing a PDF I made. It's all of the shooting locations for CMBYN shown on Google Maps. The link opens directly to the PDF, but it can be downloaded. I made it in case I ever go back to Italy (last time 1975) so I can find the places where this wonderful film was made. I did the same for BBM and toured southern Alberta for a few days back in 2007. I hope some of you find this helpful.

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« Reply #446 on: January 11, 2018, 07:47:13 am »

Thank  you!   I can hardly wait to see the film. It may not open here until later but I'm hoping for the 19 Jan 18.  If I ever get to Italy, I'm sure some of these will be on the play list.
It  was great as people posted their personal photos from visiting the locations.  I hope people do the same with CMBYN.  Maybe there's a "Finding CMBYN" web site out there like "Finding Brokeback"

http://www.findingbrokeback.com/

Later, V.
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« Reply #447 on: January 11, 2018, 09:35:44 am »


CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
RELEASE DATES


UK             27 October 2017   
Ireland       27 October 2017   
USA           24 November 2017   (New York and Los Angeles)*   
Canada       8 December 2017   
Thailand    14 December 2017   (limited)
Sweden     22 December 2017
USA          22 December 2017  (Boston, Philadelphia, Minneapolis & etc.)*   
Australia    26 December 2017
Netherlands 11 January 2018
Taiwan      12 January 2018
USA          12 January 2018     (Detroit and Indianapolis)*   
Brazil        18 January 2018
Portugal    18 January 2018
Estonia      19 January 2018
USA          19 January 2018     (NATIONWIDE)*
Italy          25 January 2018
Finland      26 January 2018
Norway     26 January 2018
Poland      26 January 2018
Spain        26 January 2018
Philippines 31 January 2018    (Ayala Malls Cinemas - select)
Denmark   1 February 2018
Greece      8 February 2018
Hungary    8 February 2018
Romania    9 February 2018
France      28 February 2018
Hong Kong 1 March 2018
Germany    1 March 2018
Switzerland 1 March 2018      (German Speaking Region)
Czechia     22 March 2018
Japan           April 2018
S. Korea       Spring 2018 ??


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5726616/releaseinfo?linkId=43379176




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« Reply #448 on: January 11, 2018, 12:08:14 pm »

Well, it's been over 10 years since I posted on this site. Glad to see it's still around.


Welcome paradise, glad to see you back! I was in Alberta too in 2007 but just for a few days. Yes, we've been keeping the campfire going. Pull up a log, put your boot in the fire!
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« Reply #449 on: January 11, 2018, 12:11:24 pm »

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Couldn't be happier for dear friend and author @aaciman- his book "Call Me By Your Name" has hit the New York Times bestseller list!



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