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HOW FAR ARE THE OSCARS TAKING THIS "NEW MODERN APPROACH"? about 3 years ago
This year, in the Oscars, several categories are going to be hosted by new teenager actors, the honorary award is now longer being given at the actual Oscars but in a separated ceremony and (unfortunately) the most likely film to win Best Picture is Avatar with its modern visual effects and 3D.
Doesn’t this new modern age that the Oscars are trying to promote seem a little bit forced and supperficial?
Let’s go back in time!
So Many Alices to choose from about 3 years ago
I want to watch the 1933 version with Cary Grant!
What is (are) your favorite frame(s)? about 3 years ago
very useful and interesting topic, I think I just might contribute!
MEETING WITH WOODY ALLEN (1986) about 3 years ago
oh, I had no idea that this short was on youtube, I’m eager to watch it!
REFERENCE OF "AMERICAN IN PARIS" IN "CONTEMPT" almost 3 years ago
I’ve just watched Godard’s astonishing film “Contempt” and when I went to IMDB to learn more about it mentions there’s a reference to American in Paris, the film by Minnelli.
Can anyone tell me how does Godard mention it in the film?
And feel free to talk more about the film and its references!
Simultaneous Watching & Analysis Week 12: Made in U.S.A. by JLG over 2 years ago
Quite interesting discussion, it’s actually making me like the film more than I did. However, it still isn’t one of my favourites from Godard.
help make mubi totally awesome about 1 year ago
The rating system 1 to 5 stars is too limitative sometimes, I would love to be able to add something like 3 1/2 stars. You should definitely create the option to give something and a half stars.
See Ashes on the Big Screen at a Lomography Gallery Near You! about 1 year ago
oh, nothing in lovely lisbon :(
The Auteurs Film & Cast Member Database 11 months ago
Telmo, I must say I agree with you on Sunrise and Los Olvidados but when it comes to the still in the Turin Horse I think the one MUBI chose it’s really something. It might not show the wind or that incredibly photogenic horse, but when I saw it for the first time that man looked to me like some creature from another world, some evil master. And I also like that fact that it shows a side not so clear in Bela Tarr’s film.