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Cannes programme is being announced today. Apparently there is a new Lynch coming.

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We got clowned, no Lynch

 

Still great tho :jonny5:

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Yass he's back at being a weirdo :WAP:

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Park Chan-wook too. What a year already. :deadbanana:

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Chan-wook and Kore-eda in the same year and the same competition :jonny5:

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Everything_Everywhere_All_At_Once_michel

 

 

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The queen is coming.

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Not buying Yeoh's hype. She will get nominated, but that's it me thinks :cm:

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Predicting She Said to be the overhyped to the high heavens Oscar flop of the year :gaycat3: Of course film twitter will say it's a masterpiece since it has their white fav in it :gaycat3:

 

Also, I have a hard time seeing Yeoh not win if nominated. Huge passion, in an artsy crowd-pleaser, likely to dominate critic circles, amazing reviews, stronger narrative than we've seen in the last few years, flexes a ton of acting muscles, probable Globe win, etc. At the very least, she and her film will be putting on a huge fight throughout the year. 

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Michelle Yeoh for the motherfckng win. The last non-white woman to win is Halle Berry from 2001. 💀 

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I don't really see it for Everything Everywhere and Yeoh for now. When was the last time something did well with nominations that came out early the year before? Get Out or something? And that was a proper cultural reset. They probably would have released a couple months later if they'd known how well it was gonna be received or sent it to a festival later in the year. It would be cool to see it pull through, though. 

 

A24 were probably putting their bets on the Aronofsky movie, J.Law for actress and I could see them sending the new Aster movie to a festival and trying to push it for awards this time around. 

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the cultural reset of an asian female led film breaking THROUGH

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We WILL be getting Miss Yeoh her Oscar, bet!

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Not a good look for Viola and her Oscar campaign since people are starting to see how overrated she is and that First Lady biopic is the last nail in the coffin :toofunny3:

 

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7 hours ago, Coma Baby said:

I don't really see it for Everything Everywhere and Yeoh for now. When was the last time something did well with nominations that came out early the year before? Get Out or something? And that was a proper cultural reset. They probably would have released a couple months later if they'd known how well it was gonna be received or sent it to a festival later in the year. It would be cool to see it pull through, though. 

 

A24 were probably putting their bets on the Aronofsky movie, J.Law for actress and I could see them sending the new Aster movie to a festival and trying to push it for awards this time around. 

CODA is from Sundance which happened in January 2021. Parasite in Cannes in May 2019.

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4 hours ago, ALittleGauche said:

CODA is from Sundance which happened in January 2021. Parasite in Cannes in May 2019.

You have to go by the US theatrical or streaming release obviously that marketing coincidences with, which was August for Coda and October for Parasite. :rip:

 

I think the last time someone won Best Actress for a movie that came out early-ish was Marion Cotillard (July). Still 4 months later than Everything Everywhere. 

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EEAAO is obviously happening and it's getting a bunch of noms and possible wins. :smitten:

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Michelle Yeoh is getting that Oscar or else we RIOT!

Queen DESERVES not only for this incredible performance BUT for all the amazing work she has done and the racist hollywood has ignored!

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i mean, a nomination already would be historic.

 

the only asian actress nominee is in the 1930s who lied about her identity so she wouldn't be pushed aside, like anna may wong who was passed over in favor of an oscar winning The Good Earth bad yellowface performance. 

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I have a strong feeling that Yeoh will win and Everything Everywhere will be a heavy favorite for next year's Oscars. The same feeling I got when I said CODA could win Best Picture way before its SAG win :duca: I just can feel it!

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Yeoh needs a Stewart esque critics push coming fall, if she does, an Oscar nom should be within reach

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everything everwhere all at once is horrible and deserves no noms. the acting was cringe and mediocre from Michelle, only the daughter gave a nuanced striking performance. 

 

 

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everything everwhere hype will die down in 1 month, there's no way it will get any noms at the Oscars.

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