Movie Quote of the Day – Never Let Me Go, 2010 (dir. Mark Romanek)
Winter’s Bone, The King’s Speech Lead Detroit Film Critics Society Nominations
Most of these are pretty expected. The biggest surprises are no nomination for either Annette Bening or Julianne Moore for The Kids Are All Right and no Inception or The Town for Best Ensemble. I’m really excited to see both Carey Mulligan’s performance from Never Let Me Go and Jennifer Lawrence from Winter’s Bone included in the Best Actress category. Both were absolutely astounding and from films that weren’t huge box office successes. Also, I love that John Hawkes got another nomination for his stellar performance in Winter’s Bone.
The King’s Speech
The Social Network
54th Annual BFI London Film Festival Announces Line-up
We already knew that Never Let Me Go would open on October 13th and 127 Hours would close the festival on October 28th, but now we’ve got the whole line-up!
Notable films include:
- Let Me In
- Blue Valentine
- The American
- Meek’s Cutoff
- It’s Kind of a Funny Story
- Another Year
- The King’s Speech
- Black Swan
- The Kids Are All Right
You can read more about the festival and the films that will be featured here. If any of you lovely readers gets a chance to go to the festival, please do drop us a line!
New Poster Trio For “Never Let Me Go”
New Stills From Mark Romanek’s “Never Let Me Go”
The more stills I see from this the more I can’t wait to see it. Although, I will admit I started reading the Kazuo Ishiguro book on which the film is based a few weeks ago and I got bored after about 20 pages. Maybe it picks up. Regardless, I am determined to finish it before the movie releases.
More photos after the cut.
“Somewhere”, “Never Let Me Go” trailers
Rewatching the trailer for The American reminded me that in the last two days trailers have gone online for two other films I’m looking forward to this year: Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere and Mark Romanek’s Never Let Me Go.