The Paul Thomas Anderson film, "There Will Be Blood" sweeps most of the top prizes at the Austin Film Critics Association 2007 awards!
The film took the Best Film honor along with Best Actor (Daniel Day Lewis), Best Director (Paul Thomas Anderson), Best Original Score (Johnny Greenwood from Radiohead), and Best Cinematography (Robert Elswit).
Here's the complete list of 2007 AFCA winners:
There Will Be Blood
No Country for Old men
Into the Wild
3:10 to Yuma
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
There Will Be Blood
Paul Thomas Anderson, 'There Will Be Blood'
Daniel Day Lewis, 'There Will Be Blood'
Ellen Page, 'Juno'
Best Supporting Actor:
Javier Bardem, 'No Country For Old Men'
Best Supporting Actress:
Allison Janney, Juno
Best Foreign Film:
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
Best Animated Film:
Best First Film:
Ben Affleck, 'Gone Baby Gone'
Best Original Screenplay:
Diablo Cody, 'Juno'
Best Adapted Screenplay:
Ethan & Joel Coen, 'No Country For Old Men'
Robert Elswit, 'There Will Be Blood'
Best Original Score:
Jonny Greenwood, 'There Will Be Blood'
Michael Cera, 'Superbad,' 'Juno
Austin Film Award:
Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez, 'Grindhouse'
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Brad Pitt is in talks to replace Heath Ledger in the new film, "Tree of Life."
It's going to be directed by the respected helmer, Terrence Malick, and will be produced by River Road (who's currently basking in "Into the Wild" glory).
Sean Penn is set to co-star even though he's booked to play the title character in the Gus Van Sant flick, "Harvey Milk."
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I'm a proud member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
We give out the annual Critics' Choice Awards -- a celebration of creativity at the movies and a great barometer for the Oscars.
So what's the Critics'Choice seal of distinction? Well, it is a recognition given to new movies receiving a high Critics' Choice Ratings score in the weekly voting.
Specific Critics’ Choice Ratings numbers for current releases or those dating back the past five years are available at www.bfca.org.
So which film just received the Critics' Choice seal of distinction?
I'm excited for this film...so mozzy on down! Read More...
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Supposedly, Rascal is the only living and competing ugly dog to hold the coveted "Ring of Champions" title which makes him the current "World's Ugliest Dog".
Take a look at his picture, is this dog ugly?
So when I met him, I felt almost like a sorry feeling for him, if he only knew that people are calling him ugly. Because in person, Mister Rascal is cute and sweet.
So I had my picture taken with him, the world's ugliest dog meets the world's ugliest film critic :)
Click to see our picture together! Read More...
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The other writing-directing siblings, the Wachowski Brothers, teamed up once again to bring us the big screen, live-action adaptation of "Speed Racer."
I've always been fond of these bros since "Bound," and I was mesmerized by "The Matrix" (I watched it 5 million times). I didn't like the last two "Matrix" films though, specially the last one, "The Matrix Revolutions," too much information ruined a darn good film!
There were rumors (among many swirling around this dynamic duo) that they stepped in to finish "V for Vendetta." And I enjoyed that flick! "Remember, remeber the 5th of November."
So now, I'm very curious on how they're going to put the pedal to the metal with "Speed Racer." I wasn't a big fan of the cartoon series when I was a child but I did enjoy the brief re-emergence of the character in the 90s with that club song, "Go Speed Racer Go."
We have to wait until May 2008 to see the flick, and right now, we just have to contend with the short trailer.
It's colorful, it's flashy, it looks like it's fun...and Emile Hirsch emerges from "Into the Wild" to speed race, and don the dominatrix-looking white leather outfit!
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