2011 BAFTAS

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  1. allezfred

    allezfred Prick Admin Staff Member

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    Anyone else watching?
  2. Allen

    Allen New Member

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    I'm going to watch at 8 tonight when they come on BBC America.
  3. mila19

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    I can't :drama: but I'll stick around here if you comment on outfits and stuff :D
  4. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    Helena Bonham Carter has won for Best Supporting Actress.
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  5. allezfred

    allezfred Prick Admin Staff Member

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    Jonathan Ross has gotten so heavy....
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    In Ireland, we're stuck watching on tape delay BBC1. :drama: :wuzrobbed
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    The girl from True Grit manages the incredible feat of looking simultaneously slutty and grandmotherish in her dress. :yikes:
  8. Allen

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    So I guess she's a cougar in training? ;)
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  9. allezfred

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    Paul McCartney to present Original Music. And the winner is......

    The King's Speech. I think they're going to have a big night. ;)
  10. allezfred

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    Jennifer Lawrence and Jesse Eissenberg present Special Visual Effects. And the winner is:

    Inception.
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    Wyliefan Well-Known Member

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    I've just been reading about the results -- want me to spoil you? :)
  12. Allen

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    Was Winter's Bone not released in Great Britain or did it just not receive any nominations?
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    allezfred Prick Admin Staff Member

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    No thanks. ;)
  14. Wyliefan

    Wyliefan Well-Known Member

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    :lol: Okay, I'll be good.
  15. allezfred

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    It was released here in Ireland last autumn, so I imagine it was released in UK too.
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    I think the most frightening thing about Black Swan may have been how :yikes: Barbara Hershey looked. :yikes:
  17. allezfred

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    Best Supporting Actress goes to........

    Helena Bonham Carter for "The King's Speech". Surprise, surprise. :lol:
  18. allezfred

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    Not as out there fashion as usual, but she just picked out a wedgie onstage. :rofl:
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    Kevin Spacey presenting "Outstanding Debut" or some such nonsense. Much better is his Bill Clinton impersonation. :lol:
  20. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    Sorry.... :shuffle:
  21. allezfred

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    That's OK. Bit annoyed that it's not live. What's the point innit? :lol:

    "The King's Speech" wins Outstanding British film. Is this the film equivalent of giving 10s in PCS at nationals to influence the judges at Worlds aka The Oscars? :lol:
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    Jessica Alba looking very thin in blue presenting Supporting Actor.

    Goes to Geoffrey Rush for "The King's Speech".
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    Rosamunde Pike almost announces winner of Original Screenplay without presenting the nominees.

    Anyway, it doesn't matter because the winner is "The King's Speech". :p
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    Neve Campbell in stunningly unflattering dress. From the back it looks like she's wearing a tank top. :scream:
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    "Toy Story 3" wins Best Animation.
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    :cheer2: :cheer2: :cheer2:
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    Julianne Moore's dress looks like she ripped out a blue velvet curtain and wrapped it around herself. :yikes:
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    Adapted Screenplay goes to "The Social Network".
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    Sylvia Whee, summer club comps!

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    In the U.S., BBC America will air their tape delayed BAFTA broadcast from 8-11 pm Eastern tonight, with a repeat showing at 11 pm.
  30. allezfred

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    Not sure what to say about what Tilda Swinton is wearing. A suit at the front and a kimono at the back.
  31. allezfred

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    Best Director goes to "The Social Network". :eek:
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    Natalie Portman wins Best Actress.
  33. allezfred

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    Amy Adams looking washed out in salmon...
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    Apparently she's lucky that there weren't more strong female roles in The King's Speech.
  35. allezfred

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    Innit. :lol:
  36. allezfred

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    Best Actor goes to (big shock).....






    Colin Firth. :p
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    I think this may be the first time a colonoscopy has been mentioned (albeit in a roundabout way) in an acceptance speech. :lol:
  38. allezfred

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    Best Film goes to "The King's Speech". :p
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  40. GarrAarghHrumph

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    Toy Story 3 is a British film?

    Wait, what are the BAFTAs for? Things that are British, or things that air in Britain?