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BAFTA Winners

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BAFTA Winners#1
Posted: 2/10/08 at 5:39pm
Best Film
Atonement

Best Actress
Marion Cotillard, La Vie En Rose

Best Actor
Daniel Day Lewis, There Will Be Blood

Best Supporting Actress
Tilda Swinton, Michael Clayton

Best Supporting Actor
Javier Bardem, No Country for Old Men

Best Direction
Joel and Ethan Coen, No Country for Old Men

Best Score
La Vie En Rose

Best Make Up and Hair
La Vie En Rose

Best Costumes
La Vie En Rose

Best Cinematography
No Country For Old Men

Best Production Design
Atonement

Best British Film
This Is England

Best Foreign Film
The Lives of Others

Best Original Screenplay
Juno

Best Adapted Screenplay
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Best Animated Film
Ratatouille

Best Visual Effects
The Golden Compass

Best Sound
The Bourne Ultimatum

Best Editing
The Bourne Ultimatum

Best Animated Short
The Pearce Sisters

Best Short Film
Dog Altogether
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re: BAFTA Winners#2
Posted: 2/10/08 at 6:40pm
Yay for Atonement! E! has all these commercials for the BAFTA's...do they actually air the whole show on TV or is it just pre-taped red carpet stuff? Either way, I want to watch, but I'd much rather have a whole show too.
I mean, Denzel Washington? Gun to my head..of course.
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re: BAFTA Winners#2
Posted: 2/10/08 at 8:16pm
Nice choices!
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re: BAFTA Winners#3
Posted: 2/10/08 at 8:18pm
So what's gonna win Best Pic at the Oscars?
Conventional wisdom says No Country, but I have a feeling it's not gonna take it.
....but the world goes 'round
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re: BAFTA Winners#4
Posted: 2/10/08 at 8:42pm
I'm "old school" so I would pick Atonement.

I'm not sure the Academy is "old school" anymore. They picked "The Departed" last year, which IMO is one of the worst Best Picture choices ever. It's modern and gritty, SURE, but it's also pretty lousy. Nothing more than a TV movie with bigger stars. NOT a Best Picture to me.

But the Academy is growing younger, and (God help me) "edgier." And I put that in quotes for a good reason, because it's only a perceived edginess, not a real one. In fact they are narrow in scope, cliche and boring in their taste. They only think they're edgy because they can't remember anything before 2006. They don't realize that what they're voting for as "fresh" and "original" has been done (and done much BETTER) so many times before!
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re: BAFTA Winners#5
Posted: 2/10/08 at 9:38pm
I would vote for ATONEMENT, but NO COUNTRY has it in the bag.
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re: BAFTA Winners#6
Posted: 2/10/08 at 10:08pm
I want TWBB to win, but I'd be happy with NO COUNTRY winning.

I loved ATONEMENT and JUNO also, but they aren't in the same league as TWBB and NCFOM.
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re: BAFTA Winners#7
Posted: 2/10/08 at 10:14pm
Very pleased by their Actor, Supp. Actress ('bout time Ms. Swinton got recognized for her Oscar-worthy performance), Director, and Editing choices.

I loved ATONEMENT and JUNO also, but they aren't in the same league as TWBB and NCFOM.

Agreed, although Atonement is substantially better than Juno, which is one the worst nominations of the year imho.
Updated On: 2/10/08 at 10:14 PM
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re: BAFTA Winners#8
Posted: 2/11/08 at 12:25am
I liked JUNO, and while it's not the best picture of the year - it deserved the nomination over things like EASTERN PROMISES, SWEENEY TODD, and AMERICAN GANGSTER.
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re: BAFTA Winners#9
Posted: 2/11/08 at 3:51am
I'm actually pretty suprised by the Best Actress winner because I felt that Julie Christie would have it in the bag, since the Brit's are always giving their BAFTA's to their own. And since she is British and Deserving and among the two top choices, I just expected her to win.
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re: BAFTA Winners#10
Posted: 2/11/08 at 11:50am
I'm very happy Marion won best actress. That performance still moves me when I think about it.
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re: BAFTA Winners#11
Posted: 2/11/08 at 11:55am
I liked JUNO, and while it's not the best picture of the year - it deserved the nomination over things like EASTERN PROMISES, SWEENEY TODD, and AMERICAN GANGSTER.

I'll give you American Gangster. Other than that, hell to the no.
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re: BAFTA Winners#12
Posted: 2/11/08 at 1:27pm
The BAFTAs aired last night on BBC America while the Grammys were on, you might be able to catch it again some time as they do repeat shows.

I love Julie Christie, but I was so happy Marion Cotillard won, she was amazing.
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re: BAFTA Winners#13
Posted: 2/11/08 at 5:53pm
i missed it AGAIN?? if anyone finds out it's being repeated, PLEASE let me know!
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