And, finally, after much waiting, the conclusion of my 1973 Hollmann Awards! Once again, all categories are presented in the exact order of the original Oscar Ceremony, held on April 2, 1974. There's only one category here not awarded by Oscar: Ensemble, awarded to the casting director, and here in place of the Honorary Oscar awarded to Groucho Marx.
Winners are encased in Gold. And now, with no more ado.....
Thursday, June 13, 2013
The 1973 Hollmann Awards: Part Two!
Posted by Walter L. Hollmann at 3:22 PM 4 comments:
Labels: 1973, A Touch of Class, American Graffiti, Cindy Williams, Electra Glide in Blue, Glenda Jackson, Goodbye Uncle Tom, Jesus Christ Superstar, Max Von Sydow, Retro Hollmann Awards, The Exorcist, Trick Baby
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
At Least the Title's Appropriate
I'm not exactly married to the Kenneth Branagh version of Shakespeare's popular comedy, since I first saw it in middle school and haven't watched it since -- though I do remember the razor-sharp delivery courtesy Branagh and the incredible Emma Thompson (also, Emma's slow-mo bounce as she hey-nonny-nonnies 'cross the fields). So please please please don't assume that I could not get on board with Joss Whedon's contemporary take because I think Branagh is the master interpreter of the Bard. And do not think me anti-Joss, either: of his shows, I've only seen Roseanne, which is incredible; and I quite enjoy Toy Story, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Serenity, The Cabin in the Woods and The Avengers.
Monday, June 3, 2013
The 1973 Hollmann Awards (Part One)
Five days late, or thereabouts at least, but here we are: the 1973 Hollmann Awards in 2013, Part One!
Posted by Walter L. Hollmann at 11:48 AM 4 comments:
Labels: 1973, Cries and Whispers, Electra Glide in Blue, Goodbye Uncle Tom, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mean Streets, Retro Hollmann Awards, The Day of the Dolphin, The Exorcist, The Last of Sheila, The Sting, Trick Baby
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