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luni, 18 ianuarie 2010

Filmul Avatar a câştigat Globul de aur

Aseară filmul Avatar a luat Globul de Aur , cotat ca fiind cea mai buna peliculă 3D a cineastului James Cameron , care redă o poveste de viaţă şi de moarte de pe altă planetă .Cameron s-a arătat surprins câd a fost nominalizat ca cel mai bun regizor .

Dincolo de realizarea de exceptie eu personal am vazut un film ce se adreseaza unui public care nu mai doreste sa vada realitatea , un film mai mult de domeniu fantasticului . care prinde bine la copii , o poveste ca ori care alta poveste intr-o versiune moderna . Filmele 3D in viitor probabil ca vor fi precum acum filmele moderne , luand locul celor de azi .
Avatar triumphant at Golden Globes on a disappointing night for the Brits
Cameron expressed surprise when picking up his best director award. "Frankly, I thought Kathryn was gonna get this," he said, referring to his ex-wife, Kathryn Bigelow, hotly tipped for her work behind the camera on Iraq bomb-disposal drama The Hurt Locker. "But make no mistake," he continued, "I'm very grateful."
Avatar's best drama win was at the expense of fellow nominees Inglourious Basterds, Precious, Up in the Air and The Hurt Locker – all of whom lost out in other categories to James Cameron's epic. Though The Hurt Locker has to some extent dominated the awards season so far, it went home empty handed from the ceremony, broadcast live on US television from the Beverly Hilton.
Up in the Air, too, had been expected to perform better; it led the pack when nominations were announced with six nods, including for best actor for George Clooney. But in the end it won just one honour: best screenplay for Sheldon Turner and director Jason Reitman, for their work transferring Walter Kirn's novel to the big screen.
Precious and Inglourious Basterds also ended the evening with one award apiece. Crowned supporting actress for her work as a violent mother in Precious, Mo'Nique made an emotional speech in which she dedicated her win to victims of abuse. "I celebrate this award with every person that's ever been touched. It's now time to tell, and it's OK," she said.

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