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Submitted by alycakes 803d ago | article

James Bond At 50 Scores Big At The Academy But Could It Be The First To Get Best Picture Attention

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James Bond and Abraham Lincoln both were very impressive at the box office this weekend but they also killed at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences with packed turnaway crowds, certainly among the biggest of the year there and a good omen for their Oscar chances. (Cinema, James Bond, Lincoln, The Academy Awards)

alycakes  +   804d ago
This was one of those Bond movie to remember. It moved into another era for a new beginning. It had all the qualities of a great movie but I also know how the academy is...they seem to more more snobs than anything else most of the time.
calis  +   803d ago
Man I cannot wait for this to come out here.

8 more days.
aDDicteD  +   800d ago
this film is worthy for best picture. it had enough qualities from having great shots, dialogue, cinematography, rich layers in plot, diffrent locations and the intro of bardem in the interrogation scene was epic.

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