Thursday, December 2, 2010

Something important!

In a limitless Universe such as the one we live in (but if it is limitless how can there be room for another one? anyway), everything that happens is as significant and insignificant as anything else.
Choosing to think only about the former adjective, I feel obliged to inform my readers that something very important and NASA-unrelated thing is about to happen. In about five minutes I will be 25 years old!
You heard me! One quarter of a century will be put behind me. I'm so curious to see what's ahead!
If you are over 25 celebrate with me! We rule!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

It's 2011!! Not yet? Who cares?

Just because I feel like it, I'm going to tell you which female leading performances might interest Mr Oscar next year.

Mia Wasikowska in Jane Eyre

She's young, pretty, talented (very talented) and though I haven't read the book or seen any movie adaptation of it, I know it's a great role and the kind Oscar will care about. Plus, whether she gets nominated for The Kids Are All Right or not, the Academy will surely notice her.

Saoirse Ronan in Hanna

The three adjectives I used to describe Wasikowska apply here as well. Having already been nominated in the past doesn't hurt, nor the fact that John Wright is directing her. I just don't know how Oscar-friendly the movie will be.

Anne Hathaway in One Day

Um, I just hope you don't remember what you've read so far because I'm going to say that she is talented, pretty and young. Please tell me the different order fooled you. I know more adjectives, I promise! But, that's the truth. She, too, is all these things and like Ronan, she already has a nomination to make her family proud. Scherfig's last movie gave Mulligan the chance to turn in an Oscar-nominated performance and even if Hathaway doesn't get nominated for Love and Other Drugs, she seems to at least increase her "like" factor in the industry (The anticipation for The Social Network has made me use Facebook terms).

Tilda Swinton in We Need to Talk About Kevin

The, young enough, extra-terrestially sexy and über-humanly talented Swinton doesn't have many Oscar factors to her favor except for the fact that she might be amazing as she so often is. Well, maybe the story will be dramatic enough for the Academy to regard the film as important but whatever happens, this is a movie and a performance I can't wait to see.

Monday, October 4, 2010

She's still our little baby

Breaking news!

If you and your lesbian lover ever murdered someone

If you decided to defy society and make babies with your cousin

If you've ever felt the need to have an inappropriate adventure on a boat with a cute, poor boy

If the sight of Harvey Keitel makes you want to pee right where you’re standing

If you’re a brilliant writer who time transforms into Judi Dench

If a bad memory is not something that bothers you

If the family you’ve created is something for which you’d like to take your money back

If not being able to read sucks

And if you’re an unbelievably talented marvel of a human being…


Kate Winslet

You remembered!!