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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefcake View Post

    Mila Kunis (cool surprise. Gorgeous and a deft comedian ... 'bout time she's hitting the big time)
    I've loved Mila Kunis since "That 70's Show". But my favorite role of hers is as the voice of "Meg" on "The Family Guy"

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    Has anyone seen "The King's Speech"? I wonder how good Colin Firth's and Geoffrey Rush's performance are. I tried to look it up but it appears to be shown limited right now. I can't find a theatre near me that is showing it (Virginia Beach).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovepaydays View Post
    Has anyone seen "The King's Speech"? I wonder how good Colin Firth's and Geoffrey Rush's performance are. I tried to look it up but it appears to be shown limited right now. I can't find a theatre near me that is showing it (Virginia Beach).
    I haven't, but a couple friends of mine saw it and just raved about it.
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    I'm most surprised by the nomination for Alice in Wonderland. The category for Comedy/Musical always includes a few WTF nominations, though.

    I know I am probably way in the minority but I would vote for How to Train Your Dragon as best animated film over Toy Story 3! I just do not get all the fuss over TS3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigB08822 View Post

    I know I am probably way in the minority but I would vote for How to Train Your Dragon as best animated film over Toy Story 3! I just do not get all the fuss over TS3.
    Thank goodness you're a Saints fan and we have a lot in common in gymnastics because that comment killed me inside, :p

    It's ok. As long as you didn't say Shrek 4.
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    LOL! Well TS3 was still a very good movie, I just absolutely lurved Dragon.
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    I haven't seen The King's Speech so I don't know if he deserves it, but a big to Colin Firth. I adore him and think he's been rather underappreciated in his career.

    I would love for him and Annette Bening to win the Oscars. She's so overdue and was just fantastic in The Kids Are Alright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffisjeff View Post
    I recently watched Luther on BBCA and really enjoyed it. So yay for Idris Elba!
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    Jennifer Love Hewitt for The Client List? REALLY?

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    I cried at Toy Story 3.

    I've heard snippets of 'The King's Speech' (NPR did a segment on the director and played bits). Sounds smashing and I'll watch when it's released on blu-ray.

    Looks like they just nominated names they knew in some categories, rather than who 'deserved' something, but this is the HFPA - more like fawning sycophants over being real critics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbell1 View Post
    I cried at Toy Story 3.
    Me too. And I am looking forward to seeing Tangled.
    Creating drama!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbell1 View Post
    I cried at Toy Story 3.

    Me too!! Toy story

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    Quote Originally Posted by icewalker08 View Post
    Me too!! Toy story
    For whatever reason I never made it to see Toy Story 3 in the theater. When I watched a couple weeks ago, it made me so sad that I didn't see it on a big screen. I thought it was just majestic. I definitely think it's one of the best movies of the year.
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    TS3 was nice, and yes one could have a tear or three over it ... but it's still a Kid's Story. Even moreso than the impressive but still over-praised Wall-E, TS3 was more a more sophisticated version of Antz, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, et al, than a profound movie. YMMV

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    Katey Sagal has to get best actress. And Kelly McDonald has to get Best Supporting Actress as she is absolutely fabulous.

    But no doubt we'll see the dramatic over the top performances win over subtlety.

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    Me being the Royalty fan that I am, I am dying to see The King's Speech and from all I've either heard from friends who saw it at TIFF or by those who saw it at the Royalty MB's I belong to, all of them have raved over it and the performances.

    In fact, one person forgot halfway through it they were watching Colin and really believed he was George VI. They also said that Helena really hit it out of the park as the Queen Mum.

    Have I mentioned I *really* want to see this!?!

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    I haven't seen TKS, but I found Colin Firth incredibly moving in last year's A Single Man. I hope he collects many awards; I can't think of a performance of his I haven't enjoyed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingercrush View Post
    Katey Sagal has to get best actress. And Kelly McDonald has to get Best Supporting Actress as she is absolutely fabulous.

    But no doubt we'll see the dramatic over the top performances win over subtlety.
    I would really like to see Katey Sagal win here. She is superb on Sons of Anarchy. I was surprised to see Piper Perabo nominated for Covert Affairs. Has anyone else seen that show? I'd heard about it, but never got around to watching it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icewalker08 View Post
    The Tourist???????Angelina Jolie, "The Tourist"??????Johnny Depp, "The Tourist"??????
    Exactly ... nominate them and you greatly increase their chances of showing up.

    My favorite nominees:

    Elizabeth Moss, Mad Men
    Chris Colfer, Glee
    Kelly Macdonald, Boardwalk Empire
    Romola Garai, Emma (BBC miniseries)

    Kinda surprised True Grit was completely shut out. There's talk of Oscar nominations for Jeff Bridges and for the young girl as supporting actress.

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