|The Talented Mr. Ripley got a significant boost after another look.|
After watching almost 20 new films and rewatching some other ones from 1999, I've updated my ballot with images for every category. Some of my lineups have changed, which will reflect in the new images. For instance, I moved my lead actress winner to the supporting category, so I have a new Best Actress winner. You can see all of the images on my original post, but here's a preview below. (click to enlarge)
Again, you can see my entire ballot here.
You know we've been talking about this particular year for like months now, so I'm so happy to finally see these. Love that our Actress category is 4/5 right now. Belmont is such an inspired win.ReplyDelete
Do I need to see Angela's Ashes?
I also love that your tech categories gave me some stuff to think about...
Yeah, I'm relieved to have this year pretty much done.Delete
I liked Angela's Ashes, but it's VERY depressing. If you can handle about 2 and a half hours of a boy growing up poor in Ireland, then I'd recommend it.
Oh, hope my picks in the tech categories lead to a Fisti nom here and there. ;)
Nice, great films all around. So glad to see Rosetta have a showing, that's a new favourite of mine.ReplyDelete
Thanks. Rosetta is actually my runner-up for Best Picture. Love that film!Delete
Yeah, I agree The Talented Mr. Ripley holds up to rewatching, it's my #10 of 1999. Entertaining movie, kind of like taking a trip to Italy by following the characters. I'm glad you give it a nom for cinematographyReplyDelete
It's in my top 100 of all time right now. I forgot how great it was. Glad it's in your top 10 this year.Delete
The War Zone... man. Man. What a movie. The older I get, the more I love Eyes Wide Shut. Definitely my favorite movie of this great, great year.ReplyDelete
I'll always admire Tim Roth for getting The War Zone made, as well as the cast for those performances. Eyes Wide Shut is in my top 10 of all time. It's a film I just can't shake.Delete