Posts Tagged ‘ The King’s Speech ’

Jack Black’s Next Comedy: Bailout

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May 12, 2011
Jack Black - Bailout

American comedian Jack Black is slated to take the leading role in a comedy flick called Bailout, to be directed by British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom. The movie will be an adaptation of a novel by author Jess Walter called The Financial Lives Of Poets. Walter himself adapted the novel for film. Black has an...
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83rd Annual Academy Awards: Predictions and Picks

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February 26, 2011
83rd Annual Academy Awards: Predictions and Picks

With the 83rd Annual Academy Awards just around the corner, I would like to get on record with my predictions and picks for all of the most popular categories. Included in this list are the nominees I believe should win the Oscar as well.
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The King’s Speech: Well Spoken

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January 23, 2011
The King’s Speech: Well Spoken

The King’s Speech, UK, 2010 Directed by Tom Hooper With class A performances and a beautifully shot back drop, Top Hooper’s historical recount of King George VI’s rise to the throne is a cinematic treasure. Historical dramas are often among the most difficult to film because they either offend historian’s by straying too far...
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