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Benning was just as deserving. It could have been a tie.
Thought Julianne Moore's performance was better than Bening's in The Kids are All Right.
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Black Swan was an amazing film.
for me it was as boring as staying at the museum checking out paintings and saying they are interesting when you really dont give a f**k about them. Black Swan had nothing to make it a great movie imo.

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Benning was just as deserving. It could have been a tie.
True and I hope Benning does get one at some point.
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Did someone like the black swan? For me it was a pathetic and sad movie, rate it 3/10.
I like it (except the sex scene, but its bearable though), quite unique. Yesterday our local tv channel showed as Oscars winning movie: no country for old men. Have you watched it? Its worst than Black swan in my opinion, i don't understand its greatness, its super boring?

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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for me it was as boring as staying at the museum checking out paintings and saying they are interesting when you really dont give a f**k about them. Black Swan had nothing to make it a great movie imo.
Doesn't exactly strike me as your sort of film.
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the loser of the night is Fincher.

The man who most deserved the oscar

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Thought Julianne Moore's performance was better than Bening's in The Kids are All Right.
The 5 leads were pretty much perfect in that film.
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I like it (except the sex scene, but its bearable though), quite unique. Yesterday our local tv channel showed as Oscars winning movie: no country for old men. Have you watched it? Its worst than Black swan in my opinion, i don't understand its greatness, its super boring?
thankfully i havent watched.

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Doesn't exactly strike me as your sort of film.
I dont exactly understand what you mean as my sort of film, as if i wasnt smart I just dont simulate i like crap
We need more movies like The Clockwork Orange, not like the black swan.

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I love Sandra Bullock.
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NID.

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I love Sandra Bullock.
me too

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Never in doubt.
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Firth wins it. This is wonderful.
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thankfully i havent watched.


I dont exactly understand what you mean as my sort of film, as if i wasnt smart I just dont simulate i like crap
We need more movies like The Clockwork Orange, not like the black swan.
how about Babel (our tv showed it 2 days ago)? do you like it?

i do agree that black swan may be is a bit boring, but its unique though.

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Finally England will win a major award.
Only when judges involved, will never win a real award I guess.

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