Friday, July 4, 2014

2014 Halfway CinSpec Awards


Now that the first half of 2014 has come and gone, here are my Halfway CinSpecs. I suspect most of the winners will at least garner nominations at the end of the year, but I can't wait to see how my ballot changes. I've put together images for all the categories, though I didn't get to see everything I wanted to beforehand. Note: You can click on the images to enlarge them.

I still need to see early releases like Under the Skin, The Immigrant, The Rover, Palo Alto, Dom Hemingway, Locke, Young and Beautiful, Only Lovers Left Alive, The Raid 2, Night Moves, Venus in Fur, Begin Again, Snowpiercer, Ida, and Obvious Child.


















8 comments:

  1. At this point I would probably give R Fiennes the win, but I agree McAvoy was brilliant in Filth!
    I concur with your winner for Best Production Design, that hotel looked amazing, in fact the whole film was beautiful on the eye.

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    1. Right now I can't see McAvoy, Crowe and Fiennes missing my Best Actor lineup at year's end.

      Oh, The Grand Budapest Hotel will probably remain my winner in Best Production Design. :)

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  2. We have the same current Supporting winners! Brilliant!!!! Love these.

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    1. Thanks man! I can't see any of my acting winners missing the final five right now, even if they barely make the cut. :)

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  3. So glad to see McAvoy here, I thought the film was so so but him and the visual side were amazing

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    1. He is SO GOOD! He'll almost certainly make my lineup at the end of the year. I hated to snub him for The Last King of Scotland and Atonement, so I'm thrilled I can finally recognize him.

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    1. I hadn't seen Begin Agin when I posted this, which I indicated in the list above. ;) I've seen it now, and "Lost Stars" will probably remain my Best Original Song winner this year. The film might even by my #1 right now.

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