And people wonder why there are so many jokes about northerners
Robert Khoo wrote: »
Real strong, facetious.
Box office numbers are still on an upward trend, although due to other films, it doubled its weekend gross on the wider opening while falling from #15 to #17 on the charts overall.
However, we got about 2 hours and 40 minutes before the Academy Awards nominees are announced. If this gets a nomination or two, might be able to keep that trend going. If it doesn't, you've still got a bit of time left to check it out before it leaves theaters if you haven't yet.
And it was! I felt transported! And after a while you get USED to the silence, I think.
I am 100% sure this will win Best Picture.
Best Supporting Actress
Best Art Direction
Best Costume Design
Best Film Editing
Best Original Score
Best Original Screenplay
Steam: Chagrin LoL: Bonhomie
Never fails, all the best films are limited release.
At first I wasn't sure, but it had me by halfway.
1) Big Miracle
2) The Artist
3) Red Tails
4) Mission Impossible
5) Beauty and the Beast 3D
Now, that's just one location, but still decent numbers for a film starting week 11.
One thing in the behind-the-scenes features that I don't think I've seen on the release-era interviews on YouTube or whatnot is video of the actors on set in color. It looks like while the main camera was recording directly to black and white, the behind-the-scene cameras they were holding off to the side weren't, so you get to see what surprising color George's suit was, among other things. They even did some interviewing with Malcolm McDowell and the actress who played George's wife. I'll get around to rewatching the film eventually, but for now these are cool new extras.
Unfortunately, they don't interview the dog during the big Q&A panel. Apparently he was busy.
guys Margaret's pretty fucking great