10/3 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 5:28 am · October 3rd, 2008

WALL-EA clip from “Changeling.” [Oscar Watch]

And another. [The Envelope]

Or, if you prefer, the first five minutes of “Blindness.” [Yahoo! Movies]

David Poland breaks the news that “Che” will get its U.S. debut at AFI Fest here in Los Angeles — at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. [The Hot Blog]

Tom O’Neil makes it clear that “Elegy” screeners only went to the AMPAS acting branch. [Gold Derby]

Rounding up the 50 greatest animated films of all time.  Further into the tank for “WALL-E.” [Rotten Tomatoes]

Famous cameos.  I heart the first one on the list. [The Independent]

David Thompson chats it up with “Burn After Reading” star Tilda Swinton. [The Guardian]

Has Dirty Harry become anti-cop? [The Big Picture]

Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen continue to make the rounds on “Appaloosa.” [USA Today]

Emily Parker goes head-to-head with a thoughtful Fernando Meirelles. [Wall Street Journal]

Glenn Kenny doesn’t care about what you don’t care about. [Some Came Running]

The Big Apple’s finest thespians. [New York Magazine]

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  • 1 10-03-2008 at 6:30 am

    mike said...

    It was actually be Che’s west coast US debt, since it is playing the NYFF on 10/7…

    anyone have tickets, I missed out :)

  • 2 10-03-2008 at 5:17 pm

    Jacqueline Ess said...

    Semi-Review of W. from Variety:


    “Last week I saw Oliver Stone’s W., an engrossing film which reminds us that the man who made “Platoon” hasn’t lost his edge.”