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Sunday Territorian 16 Jan 2011



Sunday Territorian 16 Jan 2011


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www.sundayterritorian.com.au Sunday Territorian, Sunday, January 16, 2011 43 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:16-JGE:43 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K TANGLED (PG) NO FREE TICKETS SUN 10.00, 12.10, 2.20, 4.30, 6.50PM THE KINGS SPEECH (M) NO FREE TICKETS SUN 10.30, 1.15, 3.50, 6.30, 9.00PM THE DILEMMA (M) SUN 10.45, 1.15, 6.30, 8.50PM MORNING GLORY (M) SUN 12.30, 2.45, 5.00, 7.15, 9.30PM LITTLE FOCKERS (M) SUN 10.15, 12.20, 9.10PM LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS (MA15+) SUN 10.00AM THE TOURIST (M) SUN 3.40PM UNSTOPPABLE (M) SUN 2.30, 4.40, 6.45, 8.50 CITY LITTLE FOCKERS (M)SUN 8.45PM GULLIVERS TRAVELS (PG)SUN 9.30AM TANGLED (PG) NO FREE TICKETS SUN 9.30, 11.40, 1.50, 6.20PM YOGI BEAR (G) NO FREE TICKETS SUN 9.45, 11.45, 4.30PM BURLESQUE (M) SUN 11.30, 2.00, 6.50, 9.30PM THE DILEMMA (M) SUN 1.45, 4.10, 6.40, 9.10PM UNSTOPPABLE (M) SUN 2.40, 4.50, 7.00, 9.10 MORNING GLORY (M) SUN 12.15, 6.30, 8.50 THE TOURIST (M) SUN 10.00AM CASUARINA 3D TANGLED (PG) SUN 10.15, 12.30, 2.40, 4.50, 7.10PM 3D YOGI BEAR (G) SUN 10.15, 12.15, 2.15, 6.30PM 3D GULLIVERS TRAVELS (PG) SUN 10.10, 12.10, 4.30, 8.30PM 3D TRON LEGACY (PG) SUN 4.15, 9.20PM 3D MEGAMIND (PG) SUN 2.15PM 3D* ALL FILMS NO FREE TICKETS LITTLE FOCKERS (M) SUN 4.00PM MON 8.45PM TUE 4.00PM OPEN CAPTION SESSION ENGLISH SUBTITLES *3D YOGI BEAR, 3D TANGLED, 3D TRON LEGACY, 3D GULLIVER'S TRAVELS and 3D MEGAMIND are special event screenings. Screensavers and Gift Vouchers can be used with payment of applicable surcharges. Complimentary and other discounts cannot be redeemed. This applies for 3D screenings in traditional, Vmax and Gold Class auditoriums. Session Times Copyright 2011 - Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinemas. $9 per ticket. $12 per ticket for 3D. Only valid for films carrying the F for Families logo. Films and offer may vary by location. Valid for sessions starting prior to 5pm. Minimum 1 adult and 1 child ticket per session. $1 surcharge for 3D glasses if needed. $1.10 booking fee per transaction online. ENTERTAINMENT And the winner is... LONG ODDS: Aussie Geoffrey Rush is an outsider in the Golden Globes Best Supporting Actor category despite a fine performance in The Kings Speech STIFF OPPOSITION: Australian fans will be concentrating closely on the Best Supporting Actress category, featuring Jackie Weaver By LEIGH PAATSCH THE eyes of the film world tomorrow morning will be fixed on a star-studded dinner in Los Angeles. The Golden Globe Awards look set to provide a definitive picture of who will be the frontrunners for Oscars glory next month. Australian fans will be con centrating closely on the Best Supporting Actress category, in which Jackie Weaver has been nominated for her performance as an intimidating crime matriarch in Animal Kingdom. Unfortunately, Weaver is considered an outsider up against The Fighters Melissa Leo and The Kings Speechs Helena Bonham Carter. Similarly, the chances of a win look remote for the remainder of the Australian Golden Globe nominees : Nicole Kidman (Best Actress Drama for Rabbit Hole), Geoffrey Rush (Best Supporting Actor, The Kings Speech) and Toni Collette (Best Actress in a TV Comedy or Musical for United States of Tara). The Best Motion Picture Drama category at the Globes often has proved a key indicator to success at the Oscars. This awards season, the spoils largely have been shared by The Social Network and The Kings Speech. TV coverage of The 2011 Golden Globe Awards starts with a red carpet special on pay-TVs E! Channel at 10am tomorrow. The full ceremony will be shown live on FOX8 from noon. Best Motion Picture, Drama: Black Swan; The Fighter; Inception; The Kings Speech; The Social Network. And the winner is . . . The Social Network. The true story of the meteoric rise of Facebook, is a great film. Took a risky subject and made it the safest bet imaginable. Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Alice in Wonderland; Burlesque; The Kids Are All Right; Red; The Tourist. And the winner is . . . The Kids Are All Right. Expertly acted and exceptionally well-written. Its the only logical contender. Best Director Motion Picture: Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan); David Fincher (The Social Network); Tom Hooper (The Kings Speech); Christopher Nolan (Inception); David O. Russell (The Fighter). And the winner is . . . David Fincher. Fincher simplified and enhanced a complicated real-life tale. Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network); Colin Firth (The Kings Speech); James Franco (127 Hours); Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine); Mark Wahlberg (The Fighter). And the winner is . . . Colin Firth. A brilliant effort as the stammering British monarch King George VI puts Firth way out front. Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: Halle Berry (Frankie and Alice); Nicole Kidman (Rabbit Hole); Jennifer Lawrence (Winters Bone); Natalie Portman (Black Swan); Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine). And the winner is . . . Natalie Portman. Portman looks unbeatable. Her depiction of a dysfunctional ballerina channels a searing, unsettling power. Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy: Johnny Depp (Alice in Wonderland); Johnny Depp (The Tourist); Paul Giamatti (Barneys Version); Jake Gyllenhaal (Love and Other Drugs); Kevin Spacey (Casino Jack). And the winner is . . . Johnny Depp. For his enjoyable portrayal of The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland. Giamatti could be the dark horse. Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy: Anne Hathaway (Love and Other Drugs); Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right); Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right); Emma Stone (Easy A); Angelina Jolie (The Tourist). And the winner is . . . Annette Bening. Her nuanced display is acting of the highest class. Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Christian Bale (The Fighter); Michael Douglas (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps); Andrew Garfield (The Social Network); Jeremy Renner (The Town); Geoffrey Rush (The Kings Speech). And the winner is . . . Christian Bale. Bales crack-addicted pug is a faultless display. In any other year, Geoffrey Rushs superb effort in The Kings Speech would be a clear favourite. Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture: Amy Adams (The Fighter); Helena Bonham Carter (The Kings Speech); Mila Kunis (Black Swan); Melissa Leo (The Fighter); Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom). And the winner is ... Melissa Leo. Nothing short of incredible.

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