Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by allezfred, Feb 13, 2011.
Anyone else watching?
I'm going to watch at 8 tonight when they come on BBC America.
I can't but I'll stick around here if you comment on outfits and stuff
Helena Bonham Carter has won for Best Supporting Actress.
Jonathan Ross has gotten so heavy....
In Ireland, we're stuck watching on tape delay BBC1.
The girl from True Grit manages the incredible feat of looking simultaneously slutty and grandmotherish in her dress.
So I guess she's a cougar in training?
Paul McCartney to present Original Music. And the winner is......
The King's Speech. I think they're going to have a big night.
Jennifer Lawrence and Jesse Eissenberg present Special Visual Effects. And the winner is:
I've just been reading about the results -- want me to spoil you?
Was Winter's Bone not released in Great Britain or did it just not receive any nominations?
Okay, I'll be good.
It was released here in Ireland last autumn, so I imagine it was released in UK too.
I think the most frightening thing about Black Swan may have been how Barbara Hershey looked.
Best Supporting Actress goes to........
Helena Bonham Carter for "The King's Speech". Surprise, surprise.
Not as out there fashion as usual, but she just picked out a wedgie onstage.
Kevin Spacey presenting "Outstanding Debut" or some such nonsense. Much better is his Bill Clinton impersonation.
That's OK. Bit annoyed that it's not live. What's the point innit?
"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?
Jessica Alba looking very thin in blue presenting Supporting Actor.
Goes to Geoffrey Rush for "The King's Speech".
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".
Neve Campbell in stunningly unflattering dress. From the back it looks like she's wearing a tank top.
"Toy Story 3" wins Best Animation.
Julianne Moore's dress looks like she ripped out a blue velvet curtain and wrapped it around herself.
Adapted Screenplay goes to "The Social Network".
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.
Not sure what to say about what Tilda Swinton is wearing. A suit at the front and a kimono at the back.
Best Director goes to "The Social Network".
Natalie Portman wins Best Actress.
Amy Adams looking washed out in salmon...
Apparently she's lucky that there weren't more strong female roles in The King's Speech.
Best Actor goes to (big shock).....
I think this may be the first time a colonoscopy has been mentioned (albeit in a roundabout way) in an acceptance speech.
Best Film goes to "The King's Speech".
Toy Story 3 is a British film?
Wait, what are the BAFTAs for? Things that are British, or things that air in Britain?
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