A Potpourri of Vestiges Feature
Both directors and actors are looking forward to winning coveted prizes in Venice and Toronto in order to their colleagues with some new statuettes. Rotten Tomatoes critics decided to make their own forecast for the best picture. Usually, 90% of Rotten Tomatoes predictions come true. So who will get the Oscar on February 26?
Premiere date: January 16, 2016
Denzel Washington already has two statuettes for acting in the “Glory” and “Training Day”. We predict he is likely to get Oscar 2017. This time the actor has expanded the field of his activity and combined acting and directing.
Last year, a racial scandal broke around the ceremony. No dark-skinned representatives appeared on the list of applicants. The organizers of the 89th ceremony will fail to get out of the implementation of radical social demands. Even if the Denzel Washington’s film is a failure, it has to be admitted to the competition, and perhaps win the statuette. Here is a reverse side of tolerance.
Premiere date: November 24, 2016
The scenario is based on the real story of Saroo Brierley, the Australian businessman of Indian origin. He accidentally took the wrong train and got lost, when he was five.
It is Garth Davis’debut, so we should not expect something transcendental. No one doubts Dev Patel’s acting talent, but the success of the picture also depends on the skills and experience of the director.
3. Manchester by the Sea
Premiere date: January 23, 2016
Casey Affleck pleases the viewer with the selfless work in good films. Its performance has increased dramatically but it did not affect the quality of acting. “Manchester by the Sea”is a soft but deep philosophical drama that reaffirms the talent of Kenneth Lonerganto create addictive and soulful movies.
95% of respected Hollywood reviewers are positive about the picture. This automatically makes it a threat for its competitors in the Oscar race.
Premiere date: January 09, 2016
Nowadays, critics are fed with films about space. “Arrival” may get Oscar for visual effects and sound only. Its main disadvantage is the low according to the American Academy. The creators have spent $ 50 million, hope for the acting success of Amy Adams.
5. La La Land
Premiere date: August 31, 2016
The debut immediately elevated the director to the rank of high-class professionals. La La Land's trailers made critics feel a cultural ecstasy. They admire absolutely all the constituent parts of the picture. Reviewers called the musical a serious contender for the overwhelming number of nominations.
6. Hacksaw Ridge
Premiere date: March 11, 2016
The cast of Hacksaw Ridge loaded with a variety of talented actors. Knowing the director's style of Gibson, it's safe to say that the contemplation of the battle scenes will make the viewer shivering. The authenticity of the story will hook the fans of real events movies. The play is likely to enter the golden fund of world cinema.
7. Hidden Figures
Premiere aate: January 6, 2017
The untold story of three African-American women working for NASA shows a pivotal moment in US history. Including some fine acting, the film is easy to appreciate and digest, without ever becoming preachy.
8. Hell or High Water
Premiere date: November 22, 2016
Filled with dramatic tension, complex characters, rich, memorable dialogue and uncomfortable reflections of the plight of many modern day Americans, David Mackenzie's contemporary western is a compelling watch from going to whoa.
Premiere date: October 21, 2016
This Barry Jenkins film has bagged 8 Oscar nominations and is certainly a very strong contender at this year’s Academy Awards. Riding on a riveting performance by Mahershala Ali, Moonlight makes for a cinematic experience of a very rare kind.
The most nominated film of this year's Oscars is also a fresh re-elaboration of musical cinema. La La Land gives two hours of pure and genuine entertainment that ratifies Chazelle no longer as a promise but as one of the most talented directors on the current scene.
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