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    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 4 points ago in movies

    Reverse Green Book & Vice while you're at it, too. Such a weak Best Picture field this year.

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 1 points ago in movies

    The group is bewildered, one of the insiders said, as the Academy’s membership voted and approved this decision last August.

    Huh, TIL. What the fuck, Academy members? This decision actually passed a majority vote?

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 3 points ago in movies

    When the Make-Up & Hairdressing Guild joined in on the protest, I knew it would be over.

    Nobody stands a chance against them.

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 3 points ago in movies

    Removing any category from the live broadcast, yes even Live Action Short, was mindblowingly dumb and disrespectful.

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 3 points ago in movies

    I'm considering not watching just in protest of Beale Street's Best Picture snub and First Man's Best Score snub.

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 14 points ago in movies

    what a mess

    Should be the Oscar's slogan this year.

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 10 points ago in movies

    It's been like watching a slow trainwreck for the past 6 months. Really entertaining at least.

    [–] All Oscar Categories to Air Live After Hollywood Protest BunyipPouch 33 points ago in movies

    Thank fucking god. What a stupid move this would've been.

    Oscars are really fucking up their PR this year with the Best Popular Film category addition/reversal, host scandal, removing categories from live broadcast, etc. Bad look for them.

    [–] 'Star Wars: Episode 9' Has Completed Principal Photography BunyipPouch -1 points ago in movies

    I don't know, I agree with this rule. Allowing some social media screenshots is a slippery slope considering most of it is trash/hot takes/rumors/etc. If you start making exceptions for some (no matter who posts it, director or random catering intern), then it opens up a whole other can of worms and would cause even more backlash when a particular one is removed. It's all or nothing.

    "News articles over social media screenshots" makes a lot of sense to me though, even seems obvious, but what do I know.

    [–] 'Star Wars: Episode 9' Has Completed Principal Photography BunyipPouch 0 points ago in movies

    No screenshots of websites. This includes but is not limited to RottenTomatoes, Netflix, Imdb, Facebook and Twitter. Exceptions in the case of celebrity deaths.

    News isn't allowed as a social media screenshot.

    [–] 'Star Wars: Episode 9' Has Completed Principal Photography BunyipPouch -12 points ago in movies

    Screenshots of an instagram/twitter post are never allowed. Would lead to a lot of social media trash on the front page.

    News articles are fine. They contain more information than some lazy karma-chasing screenshot with barely any context/info.

    [–] May releases up BunyipPouch 1 points ago in criterion

    Nothing happens. All talk, no substance. I hated all of the characters and couldn't relate to any of them or find any redeeming factors. The dialogue was super grating and everything else reeked of stereotypical French-sex film with nothing to say. Easily Denis' worst film IMO. Also I can't stand Gérard Depardieu.

    It was legitimately the longest 95-minute movie I've ever watched.

    [–] May releases up BunyipPouch -5 points ago in criterion

    Let the Sunshine In. Gross.

    Other than that, what in insane month holy shit. 3 (maybe 4) day one purchases is rare.

    [–] Netflix Picks Up Chris Evans' Rescue-Thriller 'The Red Sea Diving Resort' BunyipPouch 4 points ago in movies

    The story centers on a group of Mossad agents and brave Ethiopians who in the early '80s used a deserted holiday retreat in Sudan as a front to smuggle thousands of refugees to Israel. Evans plays Ari Kidron, the Mossad agent who leads the mission together with courageous local Kabede Bimro, played by Williams.

    Also starring Haley Bennett, Alessandro Nivola, Michael Kenneth Williams, Michiel Huisman with Greg Kinnear and Ben Kingsley.