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Golden Globes - Vox Audita Perrit, Literra Scripta Manet....
The heard word is lost, the written letter remains...
normandie_m
normandie_m
Golden Globes
Man, the Brits are seriously pwning between Irons, Laurie, Nighy and Mirren tonight. And they've all given the best acceptance speeches too. Jeremy Irons was so sexy (and I hate using that word, but he really was).

Only problem? Peter O'Toole did not win for Venus (if it gets a release here, I'm rushing out to see it). Though I'm hoping that there'll be an Oscar nod/win. He didn't want to accept that lifetime achievement award a few years ago because he thought himself capable of still giving an award-winning performance- and it would bloody well prove that he was right!

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imbeiaiel From: imbeiaiel Date: January 16th, 2007 12:53 pm (UTC) (Link)
I didn't find out who had won until this morning and was so pleased to see how well the Brits had done. I've not seen Venus but it's been marketed heavily so will no doubt see it. Peter O'Toole is an amazing actor - after watching him in Casanova I went back to some of his older movies which I loved.
normandie_m From: normandie_m Date: January 16th, 2007 01:18 pm (UTC) (Link)
If/when you see Venus, you must post a review. :) I was watching O'Toole in Lawrence of Arabia recently...I think it's still one of the most amazing performances I've seen on film (and if Gregory Peck hadn't been nominated alongside him that year for playing Atticus Finch so brilliantly, I think he would've got the Oscar for it too). Completely and utterly mesmerizing, O'Toole is.
severa From: severa Date: January 16th, 2007 05:41 pm (UTC) (Link)
It's because America has not produced any real talent in a long time (excepting Jonny Depp, who doesn't really count). I've noticed this trend months ago. Celebrity seems to be based more on scandal and exposure. The Hollywood and Television is hiring based more on looks and popularity, not skill. No one is trained actors anymore it seems.

It's not wonder all my fave TV series are British. And I haven't been to a cinema since The Prestige...
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