The new film starring veteran actor Leonardo DiCaprio leads the list of nominations at the most prestigious awards ceremony. Will he finally get the figurine he so desires, or will the angry Max rob him?
At the 28 in February, the Academy of Film Academy Awards will be held for its 88 - this time at the film mark The Revenant ("The man who was born again" in Hebrew translation is somewhat puzzling), which he drew Most nominations, And is considered by many to be a film that will finally award his first career Oscar to Leonardo DiCaprio.
With the exception of The Revenant, who received 12 nominations for the best film award, the best director (would it be the second win of Alejandro Gonzalez Inariarto's series?), The best sub-actor, cinematography, production, costumes, The science fiction movies Mad Max: The Rage Road, Saving Mark Watney and Star Wars: The Power Awakened has won many honors and many respectable nominations.
One of those who can be considered disappointed by the exposure of the candidates is Quentin Tarantino, whose new film is discussed 'The Eight Hate' Only received 3 relative marginal nominations, and failed to get into the Eight of the Best Film, or the director awards or screenplay to which he had been nominated several times before, and even brought him two prestigious gold statuettes.
Whether DiCaprio wins the prize or feels robbed for the umpteenth time, it seems that this year there is a significant chance that the big winners will be well-known high-profile titles and budgets - and not small, modest boutique films, which are often seen as higher quality and acclaimed. Will be interesting, that's for sure.