欧宝体育在线登录入口采用百度引擎6（Baidu 8）sidered the open fifth slot in the Best Actor race (noms for Joaquin Phoenix, Adam Driver, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Antonio Banderas were considered locks). Uncut Gems, in which Sandler plays a Diamond District gem dealer with a gambling problem and a complicated love life, is one of the actor’s best-reviewed movies, according to the Tomatometer.SURPRISE: Two Popes, Two Noms Jonathan Pryce Takes Coveted Fifth Slot in Best Actor Race, Anthony Hopkins Up for Supporting(Photo by Peter Mountain/©Netflix)As we said above, four of the Best Actor slots were seen as sure things going into Monday – Joaquin Phoenix, Adam Driver, Antonio Banderas, Leonardo DiCaprio – with the fifth slot considered open. Would it be Golden Globe-winner Taron Egerton for his portrayal of Elton John? Or Robert De Niro for his take on Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran? Turns out the fabulous pop star and the bloody house-painter would have to step aside for none other than his Holiness, Pope Francis, as played by Welsh actor Jonathan Pryce in Netflix’s Two Popes. The film generally made more of an impression than some were expecting, picking up noms not just for Pryce but also for co-star Anthony Hopkins, and for Best Adapted Screenplay.SNUB: Awkwafina and Lupita Nyong o Get No Love(Photo by ©A24, Claudette Barius/©Universal)Considering Awkwafina racked up a ton of nominations from critics groups, and Lupita Nyong o has been winning the Best Actress award from a lot of those same groups, it certainly came as a shock when neither of them managed to land a nod from the Oscars. The former earned rave reviews and a Golden Globes win for her nuanced work as a frustrated granddaughter coming to terms with her grandmother s terminal illness in Lulu Wang s deeply personal dramedy The Farewell, while the latter s dual turn, both as a mother trying to protect her family and as her evil doppelgänger, in Jordan Peele s Us blew everyone away and earned her a SAG Award nomination. Unfortunately, neither was good enough to merit a spot in the Academy s top five.SURPRISE: Cynthia Erivo Just an Oscar Win Away from EGOT STatus(Photo by Focus Features)Cynthia Erivo was always a chance for a nomination for her portrayal of Harriet Tubman in Focus Features’ rousing Harriet, but pundits favored Golden Globe winner Awkwafina for what was seen as the category’s open fifth slot. With The Farewell completely snubbed this morning, including its lead Awkwafina, the slot was open, and it went, as some expected, to Broadway star Erivo, who’s earned praise for a string of film roles over the last two years (Widows, Bad Times At The El Royale). Lupita Nyong’o and Alfre Woodard had been her fiercest competition for the coveted opening. The nomination puts Erivo one step closer to EGOT status, having earned a Tony, Grammy, and Emmy for her role as Celie in Broadway musical The Color Purple – she got her Daytime Emmy for a performance from the production on The Today Show. The smart money would say it’s not her year for a win, but as we’ve seen this morning, the Academy never ceases to surprise.SNUB: Apollo 11 Grounded by the Academy(Photo by ©Neon)The Best Documentary category may not be the most glamorous, but there was one film most believed would at least make the list, if not win it entirely. Apollo 11, the stunning chronicle of the eponymous space mission brought to life solely through archival footage, wowed critics to the tune of a near-unanimous Certified Fresh 99% on the Tomatometer, and it s been plowing through awards season picking up trophies from all of the major critics organizations. Alas, none of it was enough to earn recognition from the Academy, who, among their selections for Best Documentary, curiously saw fit instead to include Netflix s The Edge of Democracy, which isn t a bad film by any means, but it hasn t been nominated for pretty much anything else.SURPRISE: Honeyland Makes History (Photo by Ljubomir Stevanov/©Neon)North Macedonian film Honeyland quietly made history this morning, becoming the first movie nominated for both Best Documentary (Feature) and Best International Feature Film (the category formerly known as Best Foreign Language Film). It made history, too, as only the second North Macedonian movie to ever receive a nomination for the international category (the first was for the 1994 film Before the Rain). The film, shot over three years in a fly-on-the-wall style, focuses on a woman who uses ancient beekeeping techniques and traditions to produce honey in the Macedonian mountains, and the tensions that arise when a new nomadic family arrives and interferes with her livelihood. It remains one of the best-reviewed movies of 2019, Certified Fresh at 99% on the Tomatometer. [Editor s note: An earlier version of this story stated that Honeyland was the first nominated North Macedonian film; it is actually the second.]SNUB: Monday Morning’s Alright (For Fighting) for Largely Ignored Rocketman(Photo by @ Paramount Pictures)No need to clean your rose-tinted shades: Your eyes don’t deceive you – Elton John biopic was snubbed in a number of surprising categories. Perhaps the biggest shock was that Taron Egerton, who plays John in the film and took home a Golden Globe for his efforts (and sang all of his own vocals), missed out on a nomination for Best Actor. Other shockers for Rocketman: No love for Best Costume Design or Makeup and Hairstyling. The movie earned its sole nomination in the category of Original Song for “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again,” with music by Elton John and lyrics by Bernie Taupin.SURPRISE: That Toy Story 4 Song You Forgot About Is Up for an Oscar(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios)Did you even remember that Randy Newman had a song in Toy Story 4? Because we’ll be honest, we’d kinda forgotten (and so had most pundits, with the song barely registering a blip on the prognostication radar ahead of this morning’s nominations). But he does, and it’s called “I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away,” and it’s just been nominated for Best Original Song, pushing Beyoncé’s “Spirit” from The Lion King out of contention. The Newman song might be the most literal of the nominated tunes this year, playing over a montage of incidences in which Forky tries to throw himself away, and, well, Woody just can’t let him. This is Newman’s 21st Oscar nomination, and fourth Best Original Song nomination for a Toy Story movie.SNUB: Lulu Wang s The Farewell Shut Out Entirely(Photo by A24)We ve already covered how Awkwafina and Shuzhen Zhao were snubbed in the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress categories above, but considering how much of a phenomenon The Farewell was, it s incredible that it failed to garner any nominations at all. If the acting categories were too crowded, we thought perhaps writer-director Lulu Wang stood a chance of competing for Best Original Screenplay, but even there, she was supplanted by Sam Mendes 1917, whose Writers Guild Award nomination was the first recognition of the film s writing all season. Ever since The Farewell premiered, we ve been expecting to see it make some sort of appearance at the Oscars, but it looks like that s not going to happen after all.SURPRISE: Scarlett Johansson Earns Double Nominations, Joining Prestigious Company(Photo by ©Netflix, Larry Horricks/©Fox Searchlight Pictures)Maybe she can play a tree… Scarlett Johansson earned the distinction of being twice-nominated in a single year for her work in Marriage Story (Best Actress In a Leading Role) and in Jojo Rabbit (Best Actress In a Supporting Role). Johansson becomes just the 12th actor ever to be nominated for two awards in the same year, and, interestingly, one of her fellow nominees this year is among those names: Al Pacino was nominated for both Scent Of A Woman and Glengarry Glen Ross at the 65th Academy Awards. The last actor to earn double nominations in a single year was Cate Blanchett, nominated for Elizabeth: The Golden Age and I’m Not There at the 80th Awards. Double nominations seem to neither be a disadvantage nor advantage, with seven of the 11 past double nominees managing to win one of their awards, though no one has ever won both.SNUB: Dolemite Ignored Across the Board, Including for Best Costumes (What!?)(Photo by Francois Duhamel/Netflix)Adam Sandler wasn’t the only dark-horse SNL alum to miss out on a Best Actor slot this morning: Eddie Murphy, whose Dolemite Is My Name is one of the best-reviewed comedies of the year and whom many thought could ride the cresting Eddie-aissance to an Oscar nom, got no love today, and neither did the film generally, earning a total of zero nominations. The biggest snub for the Netflix comedy arguably came in the Costume Design category, where Ruth E. Carter, who took home the Oscar in the category last year for Black Panther, was considered a shoo-in and a favorite to win. Joker, on the other hand, was the surprise nominee for Best Costume Design, edging out Dolemite and Elton John biopic Rocketman.SURPRISE: Klaus Edges Out Frozen II in A Battle of Winter Animation(Photo by ©Netflix)We re not saying Klaus isn t a terrific film, because it is it s Certified Fresh at 93% with an Audience Score of 98% but that doesn t mean it s any less surprising that it managed to nab a nomination for Best Animated Feature over Frozen II. This is the first time since 2011 s Winnie the Pooh that a Walt Disney Animation film hasn t been nominated for the Oscar, and it s worth noting that the first Frozen even went on to win back in 2013. It used to be conventional wisdom that Disney s animated films and Pixar s various offerings would almost be guaranteed to earn Oscar nods, but this is just more evidence that times are changing, and there are more and more studios taking risks and producing incredible work in animation.The 92nd Academy Awards will be celebrated on Sunday, February 8 at 5pm PT /8pm ET and broadcast live on ABC.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.
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Could the social commentary have been a little stronger?“I couldn’t help but see a missed opportunity for a richer, more complex look at what the politically powerful do when the poor gain some power of their own.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“It feels shallow, unwilling to commit to bigger statements beyond vague suggestions to overcome systemic injustice with Black Excellence.” Oluwatayo Adewole, The Spool“The movie’s sexism is predictable and dull; how it navigates race is similarly obvious but a touch more interesting.” Manohla Dargis, New York Times(Photo by © NETFLIX)Does Project Power impress visually?“With the aim of maximizing the use of practical effects…there are a number of standout showdowns featuring dramatic powers.” Nicola Austin, We Have a Hulk“The visuals one scene offers will have college students studying in film classes for years to come.” Allison Rose, FlickDirect“[The] effects fit the world and don’t scream GREEN SCREEN at you like some movies.” Julian Lytle, idobi.com“The VFX, for the most part, are what you’d expect from any major film – except for one scene in the middle. The CGI in this scene is awful.” Jamal-Dean Grootboom, Independent OnlineHow Is Jamie Foxx?“Jamie Foxx is Jamie Foxx. He brings charisma, he brings charm, he gets you entertained…he does a great job.” Sharronda Williams, Pay or Wait“Foxx, still a movie star to his bones, imbues Art with both fierce purpose and breezy charisma.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“Foxx holds the center easily with the kind of imposing physicality and emotional stoicism that has long defined the male savior-redeemers played by John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Denzel Washington and so on.” Manohla Dargis, New York Times(Photo by SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX © 2020)We hear Dominique Fishback steals the movie “The real star of the picture is Fishback…such a natural presence, and it’s great to see a young Black woman showcased this way in a major action film.” Clint Worthington, Consequence of Sound“She elevates every scene she’s in. You really feel her absence when she’s not on screen.” Oluwatayo Adewole, The Spool“She brings a smile to your face when she’s on screen…this movie doesn’t work without Dominique Fishback.” Sharronda Williams, Pay or Wait“She’s this movie’s most reliable power and the only thing you’ll remember about it five minutes later.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“It’s a star-making performance.” Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times“While I could do away with the ‘aspiring rapper’ trope writers always saddle on at-risk black protagonists, Fishback at least tries to make the character her own.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics(Photo by SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX © 2020)How Are the villains?“Don’t miss Rodrigo Santoro and Amy Landecker as some amusing bad guys.” Kate Erbland, IndieWire“Frank and Art aren’t fighting Thanos or Blofeld, but the drug itself and the havoc it wreaks: crime, bodily harm, crumbling neighborhoods.” Johnny Oleksinski, New York Post“Like The Old Guard before it, Project Power has a major villain problem, and the story upon which these more charming elements hang suffers as a result.” Clint Worthington, Consequence of Sound“The way they deal with the villains, though very fun and action packed, seems a bit too quick and easy.” Tessa Smith, Mama’s Geeky“There s a primary antagonist, sort of, who barks orders but is never explained…I’m sure this was done purposely to set up the sequel.” Julian Roman, MovieWebWill it leave us wanting more?“I would love to delve deeper into these characters and the origins of the pills, opening up the door for a possible sequel.” Allison Rose, FlickDirect“Perhaps the (inevitable) sequel can pack more juice.” Kate Erbland, IndieWire“This could be turned into a franchise but it also just works as a standalone. You get to the end and you feel entertained and fulfilled.” Julian Lytle, idobi.com(Photo by SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX © 2020)So, it s worth a stream?“Netflix has indeed found a niche in adrenalized action flicks that’ll keep you entertained during lockdown while providing a little more nuance than you might expect, and Project Power fits right into that niche.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“Project Power is sleek and stylish enough to make it watchable. And these days, that’s almost enough?” Sean O’Connell, Cinema Blend“Since you’re sitting at home, scarfing entertainment on the small screen, there’s an impulse to say, ‘Check this out! It’s good enough!’” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“Project Power [is] an entertaining diversion.” Adam Graham, Detroit NewsProject Power is available on Netflix now.
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Season 5 of Better Call Saul just wrapped up, and holy hell. We understand why some fans are saying Vince Gilligan s Breaking Bad prequel is matching its source material for quality – and maybe even surpassing it. But what are you going to watch in the long, dark wait for season 6 of Better Call Saul? Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez is here to help with five shows that will give you those Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill feels, from classic antihero stories to sordid criminal tales.
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be up against The Farewell during awards season?I have just been so inundated and so preoccupied with my TV dramas and acting, I haven t really seen a lot of new films. At most, I would maybe watch a video clip or someone will stream something, but I haven t been really been able to pay a lot of attention to contemporary American film because I ve just been so busy. But I do love a lot of classic American films. I love movies like Gone with the Wind, Casablanca – which I ve done a version of on stage; I love The Godfather. I love The Count of Monte Cristo. I love Scent of a Woman with Al Pacino, love The French Lieutenant s Woman. Those are the movies that I watch a lot and also because I admire those actors.You may get a chance to meet Al Pacino this awards season; he’s on everyone’s Best Supporting Actor list. Will you introduce yourself?[Laughs] I ll take a photo with him.
Adjusted Score: 106060% Critics Consensus: Bracingly elevated by a typically committed lead performance from Joaquin Phoenix, You Were Never Really Here confirms writer-director Lynne Ramsay as one of modern cinema's most unique -- and uncompromising -- voices. Synopsis: A contract killer uncovers a conspiracy while trying to save a kidnapped teen from a life of prostitution.... [More] Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Ekaterina Samsonov, Alessandro Nivola, Alex Manette Directed By: Lynne Ramsay