One thing is for sure. Nice, rational films with attractive immature actors and actresses, with pearly teeth and stimulating hair, only don’t make a class any longer.
One demeanour during a Golden Globe nominees, and we know what to design during the Oscars too, some-more so since a Golden Globes are seen as a precursor. Two of a many distinguished performances of a year —and a ones many expected to win— tackle a emanate of swap sexuality.Headlong.
The versatile Eddie Redmayne, who did astonishingly good as Stephen Hawaking final year in The Theory Of Everything, does another supernatural makeover this year in The Danish Girl as a cross-dresser. Eddie gets a curtsy from a Golden Globe in a Best Actor, Drama difficulty along with Leonard diCapario in The Revenant (too unclothed and genuine to be savoury as a winner) and Michael Fassbender in Steve Jobs (this film flopped and so did a chances of scoring during a awards)
Cate Blanchett gets nominated for Best Actress in Carol, a lesbian drama. Coincidentally, we in India too witnessed a lesbian play Angry Indian Goddesses only this weekend. Chances are Blanchett and Redmayne would make a Article 377 demeanour surplus when a winners are announced.
The list of nominees in a ‘Best Actress In A Motion Picture, Comedy’ difficulty shows a low affinity to a non-traditional heroine that a American audience, critics and awards jury have grown over a years. Two of a nominees, Maggie Smith for The Lady In The Van and Lily Tomlin in Grandma are approach past their prime. Melissa MCarthy and Amy Schumer, a other nominees in a Best Actress difficulty are no distance 0 centrespread divas either. Kudos!
The universe is mutating. And so are cinematic concepts of value and beauty. A film full with epic stunts about baleful extinction Mad Max : Fury Road competes for a Golden Globe for best design with a film that unfolds within one room (Room)
It’s a spaces in a tellurian heart that establish cinematic value during a Golden Globe awards this year. And might a best man, or a best male dressed as a woman, win.