Results of "Oscar-2011": "King" rejoices
Results of "Oscar-2011": "King" rejoices

The results of the next Oscar ceremony. Winners of the Oscar-2011

Without becoming exchanged for technical nominations and asking the price of records for the amount of trophies, the British historical drama "The King's Speech!" (The King's Speech). The film, whose Oscar campaign was run by the unsinkable Weinstein brothers, has four awards, three of which The King won in the last half hour of the show.

The scale of love for the best, in the opinion of the Film Academy, the film of the year was especially vividly illustrated by the victory of director Tom Hooper, which the Englishman snatched from David Fincher, who went to the last in spite of everything. His The Social Network, which won the overwhelmingly deserved Oscars for Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Editing and Best Soundtrack, lost not only to The King, but to the blockbuster Inception. - statuettes for the best special effects, the best sound (2 pieces) and the best camera work.

The triumph of Hooper, touchingly thanking his mother, is the only surprise that ever happened within the top eight categories. Taking Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay, the King's Speech did not remain. and without the statuette, which was guessed by everyone without exception, to the best actor Colin Firth, who spoke on this occasion with a very correct and very boring (like the film that made him rich) speech. It was a little more interesting to listen to another unconditional winner - the best actress Natalie Portman, chosen for her role in Black Swan, who stumbled over only a couple of Slavic names.

Colin Firth. Film The King Speaks!
Colin Firth. Film The King Speaks!

Colin Firth. The first film in a quarter of a century to receive an Oscar for both Best Supporting Actors was The Fighter, and if the final victory of Christian Bale, as well as its legitimacy, were not in doubt by anyone and not once, then some of the academics may have regretted the choice in favor of Melissa Leo - not because of her dubious self-promotion during the campaign, but during her winning speech, during which the multi-million audience of television broadcasts heard a rare unprintable word for Oscar ceremonies.

Christian Bale. Movie Fighter
Christian Bale. Movie Fighter

Christian Bale.

Two more films that scored more than one victory were Pixar's Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton. in 2010 for the billionth milestone in the world box office. But the highest-grossing film by the Coen brothers, claiming 10 prizes for the great and mighty western "Iron Grit" (True Grit), was left with nothing.

The best foreign language film for the majority of the Academy members was Danish “Revenge” (H? Vnen), the best documentary film was “Inside Job”, and the best make-up was predictably awarded “The Wolfman”. The FashionTime film reviewer guessed 14 out of 24 winners (21 if you count alternative candidates), but he has to be content with seven out of 21 victories of his own favorites. more than enough.

This also applies to Anne Hathaway and James Franco, who made their debut in the role of leading young, beautiful and talented young people. Anne has all the makings for this role (it would be nice to have a more inventive screenwriter), but James from the very beginning got into a strange pose of a grumpy statue, reviving only once - reading the names of some of the nominated films. Let's talk about it in the traditional selection of the best and worst moments of the Sunday show, following the complete list of newly minted Oscar winners.

Anne Hathaway with James Franco
Anne Hathaway with James Franco

Anne Hathaway with James Franco.

Winners of the "Oscar-2011":

Best Film - "The King's Speech!"

Best Director - Tom Hooper, The King's Speech

Best Actor - Colin Firth, The King's Speech

Best Actress - Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Christian Bale, "The Fighter"

Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Melissa Leo, "The Fighter"

Best Original Screenplay - "The King's Speech!"

Best Adapted Screenplay - Social Network

Best Cinematography - "Beginning"

Best Editing - "Social Network"

The best scenery - "Alice in Wonderland"

Best Costumes - "Alice in Wonderland"

Best Makeup - "The Wolf Man"

Best Original Music - Social Network

Best Original Song - “We Belong Together”, “Toy Story: The Big Escape”

Best Sound - "Inception"

Best Sound Editing - "The Beginning"

Best Special Effects - "Inception"

Best Animated Feature - Toy Story: The Big Escape

Best Foreign Language Film - "Revenge" (Denmark)

Best Documentary Film - "Internal Affair"

Best Short Fiction Film - "God of Love"

Best Documentary Short - No Strangers Here

Best Animated Short Film - Loss

Ceremony 2011:

Unanswered question - What does Banksy look like? Justin Timberlake (“Banksy is Me”) joined the discussion, which occupied the best 0, 001% of viewers, with his characteristic ingenuity, but the chance to get a different answer disappeared with the presentation of the documentary “Oscar” “Inner Affair”.

No question answer - The Coen brothers, busy with some outrageous obscene by Oscar standards (Ethan seemed to count the crow, Joel seemed to be looking at his own shoes), on which the camera was brilliantly switched while Oprah Winfrey was broadcasting from the stage.

Solo - 94-year-old Kirk Douglas. Speaking with wild difficulty, but mostly what was needed, the Hollywood veteran diverted all the attention theoretically intended for the best supporting actresses.

The duo - Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, turned the special effects awards into a virtuoso (and characteristically unpaid) ad for the second Sherlock Holmes.

Joke - Franco's complaint about the "indecent" headlines of the Oscar-nominated films. Best of all, James succeeded in the dramatic pause before the title of the cartoon How to Train (Your) Dragon.

Rudeness - An attempt to silence Aaron Sorkin, the scriptwriter of The Social Network, with music - despite the fact that the release of Leo, who won a little earlier, took infinity. Sorkin, however, ignored the music, thanking everyone he wanted.

Justice - Oscar for Best Music, awarded to The Social Network and debut composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Fortunately, the long arms of the "King" did not reach here.

Injustice - The ninth (!) And more insulting defeat of the great Roger Deakins - this time he was upset by the operator of "Inception".

Deja Vu - Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock have graced the show again, now just introducing the next nominees. “Oscar” has not had a couple of triumphants more pleasant than last year and will not be for a long time.

Trend - Leaving aside some innovative and sophisticated amusement of the ceremony, the show's producers focused on cutting it down. “Oscar-2011” is one of the fastest awards in the modern history.

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