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Sometimes when I'm reading the comments, at least for the frequent chatterboxes, I start to get a sense of which directors and actors some of you like. Other times it's hard to tell. With Hayden I knew in the subcategory of Warren Beatty Paramours we disagreed on Annette Bening and were sympatico on Julie Christie. So let's learn more in today's reader of the day.
Nathaniel: Do you remember your first moviegoing experience? first obsession?
Hayden: The first time I went to the movies was to see The Lion King, which fits because Elton John was my first concert. I was all of three years old in 1994, so I remember leaving early for crying or misbehaving or something. As for an obsession, I really got hooked on Woody Allen during my sophomore year of high school. There were dozens of his classics and lesser films OnDemand so I probably powered »
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Julie Christie in Alan Rudolph's Afterglow (top); Judi Dench in John Madden's Mrs. Brown (middle); Vanessa Zima, Peter Fonda in Victor Nunez's Ulee's Gold (bottom) Lynn Redgrave, James Coburn, Fernanda Montenegro: Oscar Veterans 1998 Julie Christie Julie Christie was nominated as Best Actress for Alan Rudolph's Afterglow. She lost to Helen Hunt in James L. Brooks' As Good As It Gets. Christie had two previous Best Actress nominations: for John Schlesinger's Darling (1965), for which she won, and Robert Altman's McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971). Following Altman's "anti-Western," Christie had to wait 26 years for another Oscar nod. Judi Dench Judi Dench was nominated as Best Actress for John Madden's Mrs. Brown. That was Dench's first nomination. She lost to Helen Hunt in As Good As It Gets. On the other side of the Atlantic, Dench had already won three British Academy Awards for her film work, »
- Andre Soares
2 items from 2011
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