Sep 7, 2010

Crowd-pleasers in history

"I know I'm late in chiming in, but Tom Hooper's The King's Speech is an easy lock for Best Picture, Best Actor (Colin Firth) and Best Supporting Actor (Geoffrey Rush). Very much a crowd-pleaser at Telluride in the same way Slumdog Millionaire, Walk The Line, The Reader, Babel, Brokeback Mountain and Juno have been."— Glenn Zoller, Hollywood Elsewhere
Ah, The Reader, what a fun-lovin' good-time mama that movie was.

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