JAVID SHAH! The King's Speech Triumphs at 83rd Academy Awards

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JAVID SHAH! The King's Speech Triumphs at 83rd Academy Awards
by Darius Kadivar
28-Feb-2011
 


British film The King's Speech has been crowned best picture at the Oscars, with star Colin Firth named best actor. (See Orginal BBC report here)

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Oscar winners


The King's Speech – 4 awards

Inception – 4 awards

The Social Network – 3 awards

The Fighter – 2 awards

Alice In Wonderland – 2 awards

Toy Story III –2 awards

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HIGHLIGHTS OF 2011 OSCAR’s CEREMONY

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AP Report : 'King's Speech' Wins Best-picture, 3 Other Oscars :

Best Actor for Colin Firth :

Colin Firth accepts the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of the stammering King George VI.

Natalie Portman wins Best Actress Oscar :

Natalie Portman praises the other nominated actresses in her category when accepting her Academy Award.

Brits' Oscar speeches :

Christian Bale breaks down,Tom Hooper is shocked and The King's Speech cleans up at the Academy Awards.

Oscar Luncheon:

Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter from the Oscar Nominees Luncheon 2011. 


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INSIDE ACTOR’s STUDIO :

Colin Firth’s Masterclass hosted by James Limpton

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Host James Lipton welcomes Colin Firth, whose performance as King George VI in "The King's Speech" is widely considered to be the one to beat in this year's Oscar race for best actor. The British star discusses his life and career.

Part I :

Part II:

Part III:

Part IV:


Oscar Night Highlights :

Tom Hooper was named best director for the film, which also won for best original screenplay at theceremony.

Its best picture rival, The Social Network, won for adapted screenplay, film editing and score. Natalie Portman won best actress for Black Swan.

Briton Christian Bale and Melissa Leo won supporting acting awards for boxing drama The Fighter.

Firth, who had been firm favourite to win for his portrayal of King George VI battling a stammer, joked: "I have a feeling my career's just peaked."

The success of The King's Speech denied director David Fincher and his film The Social Network, the story of the creation of Facebook that was considered its closestrival at the ceremony in Los Angeles' Kodak Theatre.

Paying tribute to his film's stars, Hooper said: "Thank you to my wonderful actors, the triangle of man-love which is Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and me. I'm only here because of you guys."

Screenwriter David Seidler thanked the Queen for "not putting me in the Tower of London" for the swearing that featured in his Oscar-winning script.

'Truly wow'

The King's Speech had led the nominations, competing in 12 categories, ahead of the 10 nominations for True Grit - from which the Coen brothers' Western won nothing.

 

There had been eight nominations each for Inception and The Social Network, the adapted screenplay for the latter winning an Oscar for The West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin.

Portman had been the favourite for the best actress prize for her performance as a disturbed ballet dancer in Black Swan.

"This is insane, and I truly, sincerely wish that the prize tonight was to get to workwith my fellow nominees - I'm so in awe of you," said the pregnant actress.

Among the women she beat to the Oscar was The Kids Are All Right actress Annette Bening, who has now been nominated four times without success.

After being named best actress in a supporting role, Leo said: "Really, really, really truly wow. I know there have been a lot of people saying some real, real nice things to me for several months now, but I am just shaking in my boots here."

Youthful feel

Her triumph denied Briton Helena Bonham Carter, nominated for her role as the future Queen Mother in The King's Speech, as well as The Fighter cast-mate Amy Adams.

Leo had to be bleeped by broadcasters when she swore during her acceptance speech and later apologised, saying it had been "very inappropriate".

During his acceptance speech, also for The Fighter, Bale joked: "I'm not going to drop the F-bomb like she did."

The Welsh-born actor said: "What a room full of talented, inspirational people - and what am I doing in the midst of you?"

He also paid tribute to his wife, whom he described as "my mast through the storms of life".

Sci-fi spectacular Inception won four awards, for cinematography, visual effects,sound mixing and sound editing, while there were two for Alice in Wonderland,for art direction and costume design. The best make-up prize went to The Wolfman.

Danish film In a Better World collected the best foreign language film prize.

The best animated feature award went to Toy Story 3, which also picked upthe best original song Oscar for We Belong Together. The Lost Thing was named best animated short film.

 

The bestdocumentary feature Academy Award went to Inside Job, an examination of the recent global financial crisis.

After collecting his award, director Charles Ferguson said: "Forgive me, I must start by pointing out that three years after our horrific financial crisis caused by financial fraud, not a single financial executive has gone to jail - and that's wrong."

The documentary short film prize went to Strangers No More, and the live action short honour to God of Love.

James Franco and Anne Hathaway hosted the 83rd Academy Awards and joked about the organisers' plans for a more youthful feel to this year's ceremony.

"You look very appealing to a younger demographic," Hathaway told her co-host.

Related Ceremonies:

OSCAR BOUND: The King's Speech sweeps BAFTAs including for supportive cast

GOLDEN GLOBES 2011 HIGHLIGHTS: Colin Firth, Portman and the Social Network honored

Related Blogs:


Colin Firth Presents Bahman Ghobadi's powerful film

BERTIE & AHMAD: Ahmad Shah Qajar greeted by Future King George VI

COLIN REIGNS: The King's Speech Nominated in Seven Golden Globe Categories

THE KING's SPEECH: Press Conference with Cast and Crew at BFI 2010

ROYALTY ON SCREEN: Colin Firth in "The King's Speech" (2010)

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دل‌ خوش سیری چند و خوش دلی‌ به چند !


Esfand Aashena

شراب قرمز جان در اینکه اروپا از نظر هنر سر است که حرفی‌ نیست

Esfand Aashena


منتهی توجه داشته باش که "هنر نزد ایرانیان است و بست"!  این حرفی‌ که شما در مورد Oscars میزنی اصلا منطقی‌ نیست.

مگه تو دنیا ما یک جام جهانی‌ فوتبال یا World Cup بیشتر داریم؟  حرفی‌ که شما میزنی مثل اینه که بگیم جام اروپا یا جام آسیأی یا جام کشورهای لاتین بهتره!  این جوره؟!  شما خودت به ما میگی‌ یکی بدو نکن بعد شما خودت ماشالله این همه از آدم نفس میگیری!

همین دوست جون جونی شما آقای Javier Barden قبل از اینکه اسکار بگیره هیچ کس  نمیدنیست از کدوم ولایته.  از موقعی که اسکار گرفت تا حالا دیگه تا دلت بخواد فیلم بازی کرده.  خوب این بده؟ همین امسال هم که nominate شد.  دیگه نباید نمک خورد و نمکدون رو شکست که!

آخه قربانت برم، الهی درد و بلات بخوره تو فرق سر صدا و سیما که هنر رو از ایرانیان گرفت، این چه حرفیه که شما میزنی؟!  ما یکی‌ دو جا تو اروپا دیدیم، نه مثل شما، ولی‌ خوب بالاخره یکی‌ دو سیر حالیمونه! 

Everything is sacred


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اسفند جان،تو میبایستی چند وقت به این طرف‌ها بیای و هوا تازه کنی‌ و بلکه دنیا را از یک دید دیگر ببینی‌،به خصوص هنر که در اینجا ارزش و مقامی دیگر دارد... شاید بخواهی با من به صحرا بیایی و آنجا را از جلو ببینی‌،تصمیم با تو است :)

 

ارادتمند داریوش خان هم هستیم.

 


Darius Kadivar

Meedonam Red Wine Jaan negaran nabash ;0)

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This is a healthy debate. It's OK to disagree ...

You views as well as that of others are ALWAYS Welcome

Cheers My Friend, 

;0) 


Esfand Aashena

Red Wine jaan that's just a discussion about R and PG ratings!

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Even the theatrical version is somewhat edited and in the Blu-ray version there'll be director's cut as well as "bonus feature".  Besides the decision will be the Producers/directors/owners of the film not Hollywood in general!

As we say in Farsi I think you're "holding" us :-) 

Everything is sacred


Red Wine

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کاکو جان، داریوش عزیز...

بنده مخالف مستقیم سلطنت نیستم.بنده تنها همیشه اشاره کرده‌ام که به نظر بنده تنها رژیم مناسب برای ایران یک جمهوری ساده است و بس ولی‌ اگر رفراندوم بگذارند و مردم سلطنت را برای حکومت آینده ایران انتخاب کنند..بنده صد در صد این نظر را حمایت خواهم کرد.

در رابطه با فیلم هم که نظرات گفته شد... این آکادمی بد جور داستان ساز است و خدا از بیخ و بن برش دارد :) .

 


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Iranian Film Critic Parviz Jahed's Take on the King's Speech

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تماشای این فیلم حتی می تواند برای مخالفان نظام سلطنت و سنت پادشاهی نیز جالب باشد چرا که این فیلم همانند نمایشنامه های شکسپیر که درباره زندگی شاهان نوشته شده، دارای شخصیت هایی قوی و داستانی دراماتیک و تاثیرگذار است.
منتقد فیلم پرویز جاهد


Link to BBC Persian Article Here

 


Esfand Aashena

شراب قرمز جان حالا دیگه "سانسور" هم بله؟!

Esfand Aashena


ای بابا، سیاست چیه؟  سیاست تو هر کجایی هست از خونه گرفته تا مدرسه تا کار تا دولت بگیر تا آخر.  مگه یک نفر شاه تو آکادمی نشسته که بگی‌ کی‌ جایزه بگیره یا کی‌ نگیره؟  اصلا این چه حرفیه شما میزنی! استخفرلله رأبی و تو بعله!

حالا شما بگو آخرین باری که به نظر شما آکادمی درست انتخاب کرده کی‌ بود؟  اگر هیچ وقت که خوب دوست عزیز شما را به خیر و ما را بسلامت! 

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اسفند جان... دوست عزیز و شفیق و خوش فکر من.

اصلا بحث سر این نیست که دیگر همه بهتر دانند که اروپا بهتر فیلم را میشناسد تا به عمری کار ! :) . همین فیلم را در ایالات متحده سانسور کرده اند،چطور به یک فیلم که متنش قیچی خورده جایزه می‌گیرد ؟‌ای بابا ! قسم حضرت عباس اینها را باور کنیم و یا دمب خروسشان را !؟ ..

مشکل فقط سیاستی هست که آکادمی در پیش گرفته است.بقیه قضیه اصلا ربطی‌ به سینما ندارد اسفند جان.

انقدر با من یکی‌ به دو نکن، بیا و شراب مهمان ما باش.. داریوش خان و آری خان هم که دیگر تاج سر ما هستند :) .

 


Darius Kadivar

FYI/The King's Speech inspires students who stammer (bbc)

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Esfand Aashena

شراب قرمز جان Oscar به فیلم‌ها و هنرپیشه‌های خارجی‌ هم میدن!

Esfand Aashena


چند سال پیش مگه Life Is Beautiful ساخت ایتالیا جایزه Best Picture را نگرفت؟  مگه کرور کرور هنرپیشهای اروپایی Oscar نگرفتن؟  همین امسال مگه همین King Speech کم اروپایی توش بود؟

من خودم از فیلمهای هالیودی خسته شدم و این روزها بیشتر ترجیح میدم فیلمهای Independent یا Foreign بنینم ولی‌ دلیل نمی‌شه که Oscar رو بی‌ ارزش بدونم.

تو دهکورهای ایران هم که بری لفظ "جایزهٔ اسکار" برای مردم آشنایی داره.  هر سال ممکنه ۱۰% یا ۲۰% اسکار عوضی‌ بدن ولی‌ در مجموع باید حق رو به حق دار داد!  نباید وقتی‌ دست آدم به گوشت نمیرسه بگیم پیف پیف بو میده!

جمهوری اسلامی هم تو دنیا از یک طرف از آمریکا بد میگه و از طرف دیگه خودشو با اون مقایسه میکنه و بقول معروف با پا پس میزنه با دست میکشه جلو!  شما هم اگه آقای Javier Bardan جایزه گرفته بود خوشحال و کیفور بودی!  لامصّب از ۱۰ فرمان هم طولانی‌ تره، ۲ ساعت و ۴۰ دقیقه! 

Everything is sacred


Esfand Aashena

Faramarz jaan I hate to say something against Kirk Douglas

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I like him and his movies but I felt sorry for him and thought that didn't do him any good.  The blame should go to the organizers.

It's not about being old, George Burns and Bob Hope did it when they were old but they didn't have their faces stretched like what we see today!  When you're old and graceful it's fine but when you're a plastic surgery model, I don't think so!  Besides the "young" back then were more patient and in tune with the basic pleasures of life.  Not like today when they don't even know what fun is!

BTW Zach Effron was a joke, who do you think would be a good host in his 20s or 30s?  Someone dependable, maybe even Leo Dicaprio.  

Everything is sacred


Red Wine

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اسفند جان ،با این صحبتت متوجه میشوم که نکته انتقادی حرف من را درک نکردی دوست خوب من !

-متوجه صحبت من تنها آکادمی هست و حرکت‌های ضدّ ارزشی این افراد که از هنر بویی نبردند !

-قطعا شما موارد ذکر شده در صحبتهای من را جوری دیگر تعبیر خواهید کرد چون از طرف دیگر می‌بینید و آن طرف دیدن زیاد لطفی‌ ندارد و سر ما را به پیشکشی سلطان برده..جریان همان است که گفتیم.

-اسکار تنها جنبه مادی قضیه را شکل میدهد و الحمد الله هر سال میزان تماشاگر فیلم‌های هالیوودی در اروپا پایین میاید ! هدف ما هم این است که کمر اینها را بشکانیم و اینکه نسل جدید جوان اروپایی ارزش هنر خود را بیشتر بدانند.

بقیه قضیه تشریفاتی است و حاضرت عالی‌ نمیبایستی زیاد خودتان را ناراحت کنید.

ارادتمندیم :) .

 


Faramarz

Esfand Jaan, How about Kirk Douglas’s Piece?

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It is not about the age. It is about the content and the delivery.

George Burns and Bob Hope did it when they were way up there. Also, the most memorable part of this year was done by Kirk Douglas, looking like a Mummy!


Esfand Aashena

شراب قرمز جان آخه این چه حرفیه شما میزنی برادر من!

Esfand Aashena


اولا Oscar که Golden Globes یا تظاهرات دیگر نیست!  تو Golden Globes هرچی‌ جایزه بود دادن به Facebook که آخرشم هیچ!  در ثانی‌ یک دنیا هست و یک Oscars.  شما یک Nominate بشو ببین از فردا زندگیت عوض می‌شه.  حالا تو جاهای دیگه اگه جایزه هم ببری تره هم برات خورد نمیکنن!

ثالثاً این که سوژه تکراری باشی‌ که دلیل چیزی نیست.  اینی که "کلّ" فیلم چطور در بیاد مهمّه.  شما ممکن سوژه این داستان رو صد بار دیده باشی‌ ولی‌ دلیل نمی‌شه دیگران هم دیده باشند.  مگه قراره فقط یک بار از یک شخص یا موضوع تاریخی‌ صحبت بشه؟

آخه این که نشد!  اصلا من نمی‌فهمم!   

Everything is sacred


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آری عزیز اتفاقاً در امر سناریوی این فیلم بنده مشکلی‌ احساس نمیکنم چرا که اصل این داستان در انواع مختلف در سالهای قدیم دیده (به صورت تله پلی در بی‌ بی‌ سی‌) و حتی شنیده (به صورت سری داستانهای دنباله دار در رادیو‌های انگلیسی) شده است.داستان نکات جالبی‌ دارد اما امر جالب در این است که فیلم خوب جم و جور شده است و برای همین باید بیشتر به کارگردان فیلم،آقای هوپر تبریک گفت و نه برای اسکرین پلی !

نکته یی که بنده به آن اشاره کردم این سر بسته این بود که فیلم اریژینال نیست و خود مقامات آکادمی این مطلب را میدانند و برای همین چندان سر و صدای در هول و هوش آن نشد ! قضیه بر این است که تنها آکادمی بار دیگر به زیر سال رفت و نه فیلم خاصی‌ و برای همین لطفأ به فیلمهای دیگر توجه بفرمایید و سپس خواهید دید که همچین چنگی به دل‌ نمیزند و آکادمی بار دیگر از روی ناچاری مجبور به اتخاذ این تصمیم گشته است،لاقل ما در اروپا این چنین مطلب را میبینیم ! ضعف آکادمی کاملا مشخص است،هنوز بعد از گذشت ۸۰ سال شناخت کافی‌ در روی جدا سازی فیلمها از روی ژانر آنها را ندارد،این مطلب بارها ثابت شده است و خود آمریکاییها هم چندان این اسکار را جدی نمیگیرند و ملاک برای خوب بودن یک فیلم نمیدانند.

حال گر مرد راهی‌  در این زمینه میبایستی از ونیز،کان و سن سباستیان عبور کنی‌ وگرنه که هیچ :) .

داریوش جان،دوست خوبم من این فیلم را اصلا تبلیغی مسبر در رابطه با سلطنت نمی‌بینم،اصرار نکن :) .

رحمانیان عزیز،نکته خوبی‌ را به پیش کشیدی دوست عزیز،ما تنها از پارتی بازی قضیه شاکی‌ هستیم و و الا با شما هم عقیده ایم.

دوستان سلامت باشند.

 


Esfand Aashena

Faramarz jaan indeed! The young r 2 flimsy/illusive 2 depend on!

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Just because the "young" in Iran are brave and making history doesn't mean the "young" elsewhere in the world can be counted on doing anything!  Or for that matter pay attention to something!

Facebook attracted the young but as soon as the rest of the world signed on they dropped it and moved to Twitter!  Soon Twitter will be dropped as well!

I think while depending on young during Oscars may not have worked out going back to Billy Crystal and other 60 year olds won't work either.  Their plastic surgery makes people uncomfortable to watch!

I'd keep Amy Hathaway and add Zach Effron! 

Everything is sacred


Faramarz

Esfand Jaan

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I also thought that Ann Hathaway was great and she was having fun too. In contrast, James Franco just stood around and tried to look cool!

This whole change of the format of going from a comic like Jon Stewart, Steve Martin or Billy Crystal to Ann Hathaway and Franco was supposedly done to attract the “young” audience. But it did not produce the results. So I am sure that next year we are back to the old format!

Speaking of which, changing the format to attract the “young” audience, where have we heard that line before, around Iranian.com?


G. Rahmanian

DK Jaan:

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I did edit the text. Please read it again. Thanks.


Darius Kadivar

G. Rahmanian jaan I understand

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It's normal to have different views on a film and on a selection by an Academy and Your point is well taken.

Cannes is the best example of such discourse given that each year it triggers controversy and particularly last year over the choice of Tim Burton's jury. Except that in the case of Cannes it is a Film Fesitval which lasts two weeks and not as much a celebration of Cinema as the Oscars aim to be which takes place just for one night (often with the soul purpose of acknowledging a film's success not by a jury but by all the professionals in the industry).

But it's true that in recent years many good films have failed to be noticed or were overshadowed by successful money making blockbusters with little merit other than entertain or worse bore.

CINEMA BLUES: Motion Pictures Don't Do It For Me Anymore ...

But again I don't think the King's Speech falls into this category. I truly recommend it. All the more that it is not merely about Royalty or Politics but goes far beyond what meet's the eye at first glance. 

In Short it's Pure ART !

and should I add at it's best !

Something most Hollywood productions seem to have failed to accomplish in recent years.


G. Rahmanian

DK:

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I did not blame anything on anything. I wasn't drawing any comparison among those movies simply because as I wrote, I haven't seen the movie in question. The choice of the comparative, "worse," was confusing, there. I should have used, "bad" years, instead. P.S. To make you happy, I just edited the previous text!


Esfand Aashena

Darius jaan "one" of the hosts was boring not both.

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I thought Amy Hathaway did fine because she was into it and actually enjoyed hosting.  That Frank guy was not only not into it but had stated that he is not into it "prior" to the show! And it showed! 

I don't know if it was too late for the organizers to pull him off but next time they should let those are really interested and into it to host.  I'm sure there are plenty of willing candidates with big smiles who'd be very willing. 

Everything is sacred


Darius Kadivar

Unlike Ben Hur & Titanic, King's Speech was a small Budget Indie

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Actually Unlike Ben Hur & Titanic, King's Speech was a small Budget  low profile Independent film :  


The King's Speech takes top prize at British independent film awards (guardian)
   
which took more than 50 years in the making thanks to David Seidler's screenplay which no major studio was interested in:  



Here Is David Seidler's Full Screenplay for 'The King's Speech




    And which was suggested to director Tom Hooper after her mother saw a play based on the script in a small London Theater.   The film was made on a fairly small budget and with governmental backing and shot in 21 days:  
 

Budget: £8 million


Gross Revenue: $244,923,859
 

More details here    
           
    In comparison Kayvan Mashayekh's film was also an independant film made for 6 $ Million  and a major Star Vanessa Redgrave and was hardly screened  in major theaters across the country or in Europe and went directly on DVD where it sold well allowing it's director to reimburse it's financial backers and distributors  :
 
  Kayvan Mashayesh's Khayyam by DK    
      Which has given him the Green light to work on his second project.   But independent films hardly get much screenings or recognition if it were not for the Sundance Film Festival or Tribeca which are doing a wonderful work to showcase films which don't draw attention as Hollywood Blockbusters.   As such comparing the unexpected success of the King's Speech to such Huge Blockbuster films like Titanic or Ben Hur which benefited from huge Publicity and support from distributors and major studios is quite unfair.   The figures speak for themselves:

Titanic (1997):

Directed by James Cameron 1997 with UnknownStars at the time Kate Winslet and Leonardo Di Caprio and shot in Mexico andwent over budget with delays in shooting days and post production:

Budget: 200 $ Million


Gross Revenue: $1,843,201,268



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Ben Hur (1959): 

directed by William Wyler and aremake of a blockbuster Silent version made in the 1920’s and shot offshore inItalian Cinecitta Studios. Today the same film would cost 60 $ million to make

Budget: $15 million



Gross Revenue: $90 million

 

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So quite honestly to blame the success of a small budget Independent film like The King's Speech for it's well deserved 4 Oscars to the above Blockbusters which earned 11 oscars each with FULL Backing from Hollywood Studios is truly unfair.

That is the Magic of Filmmaking in that the success or not of a film is never predictable in advance.

The King's speech was aimed at best for Television or Art House Movies yet it has become a critical and popular success through word and mouth.

As such to blame it's success on some Hollywood Conspiracy or claim it SUCKS only because the Oscar Ceremonies this year was particularly boring due to the Organizers and hosts ( non of which had anything to do with the Film's success) is truly ridiculous ...

Instead Go and See the Film First and draw your own conclusions. 

Either way , whether or not you like the idea Tom Hooper's film Film is Now a CLASSIC ! 

And definitively more deserving than this over pretentious fellow who basically stole his prize thanks to the indulgence and political motivation of the Jury than an objective assessment of his film's merits:

 

Asghar Farhadi Triumphs As An Artist But Fails As A Citizen

So indeed 


javid shah




And

VIVE LE CINEMA !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

         


Faramarz

Kirk Douglas - A Creature from Black Lagoon!

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I got scared last night watching Kirk Douglas!

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-13613...


G. Rahmanian

Dear Red Wine:

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I have not seen the movie. Nor have I seen the ceremony, yet. So I can't say anything about this movie. But let's be fair. Could we perhaps say, there have been real bad years. Remember Ben Hur and that extremely boring movie, Titanic? Did they really deserve 11 academy awards each? As for Titanic, my daughter promised to go on a trip with us, if I sat down and watched the whole movie with her. She was very young and had seen it twice, already. What else can I say?


Ari Siletz

شراب قرمز محترم، به عنوان مثل یک دلیل

Ari Siletz


سناریو نویس می‌خواهد برساند که آلبرت از کودکی در مقایسه با برادر بزرگتر، ادوارد، با تحقیر و کم توجهی‌ روبرو بوده است. راه واضح آنست که که صحنه‌ای از کودکی ایندو نشان دهد که چنین تبعیضی رخ می‌دهد. ولی‌ در عوض صحنه‌ای میبینیم که ادوارد در سنّ رشید با هواپیما دو بال شخصی‌ در فرودگاه چمنی قصر فرود میاید و آنجا آلبرت منتظر اوست. و در صحنه‌ای کاملاً جدا، روانکاو آلبرت به او اجازه می‌دهد که بال مدل هواپیمای اسباب بازی پسرش را چسب بزند، زیرا که آلبرت در کودکی اجازه نداشت مدل هواپیما بسازد. قضیه تبعیض از فاصله روحی‌ بین این دو صحنه شدیدا حس میشود، بدون آنکه نویسنده تذکر صریح داده باشد . اینچنین مهارت و ظرافت کار نویسنده را شایسته تمجید می‌کند.


Esfand Aashena

شراب قرمز جان شما یک دلیل "بد" بیار!

Esfand Aashena


Everything is sacred


Darius Kadivar

Khoubeesh Eeneh Keh Shoma Jomhurykhahan Roh Hassood Kard ;0)

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