បណ្ណសារ សំរាប់ ខែ​មេសា, 2010


Winner Oscar 2010

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Giving new meaning to the term America’s Sweetheart, Sandra Bullock won over scores of filmgoers and critics with her wholesome, exuberant portrayals of ordinary women in extraordinary circumstances. Since her breakthrough role as Speed‘s unwitting heroine, Bullock has enjoyed the type of popularity that was in the past reserved for actresses along the lines of Mary Pickford or Shirley Temple.
Born in Washington, D.C., on July 26, 1964, Bullock was the elder daughter of a vocal coach dad and an opera singer mom. Touring through Europe with her mother, Bullock was given her first taste of show business while still a child. Back in the States, she attended high school in Virginia and was a popular cheerleader, whose classmates dubbed her the person Most Likely to Brighten Your Day. After a stint at East Carolina University, Bullock took her sunny nature to New York, where she began concentrating on an acting career. After tending bar and studying her craft with dramatician Sanford Meisner, she got her start with a number of stage productions. It was for one of these productions, the off-Broadway No Time Flat, that Bullock received a rave review for her portrayal of a Southern belle, the strength of which was enough to land her an agent.
Television work followed, with a small role in the 1989 Bionic Showdown: The Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman and, after her migration to Los Angeles, Melanie Griffith‘s role in the short-lived television version of Working Girl. Miraculously surviving the widespread career fallout that surrounded her first starring film role in Love Potion No. 9 (1992), the actress went on the following year to star in the similarly ill-fated The Thing Called Love. However, things began to look up the same year when the struggling actress became the last-minute replacement for Lori Petty in the Sylvester Stallone action flick Demolition Man. Though her role was essentially limited to intermittent saliva exchanges with Stallone, her performance won the attention of the film’s producer, Joel Silver, who in turn recommended her to Jan de Bont. De Bont, then in the process of casting his upcoming bus-with-a-bomb action film, chose the struggling actress for the part of Annie, the film’s reluctant heroine. In casting Bullock against Keanu Reeves, de Bont reportedly came up against considerable resistance from studio executives, who wanted someone blonde and buxom for the part. The director persevered and, in 1994, Bullock took her place in movie history as part of Speed, one of the most successful action films ever made.
The film propelled the actress to stardom, surprising no one more than Bullock herself, who later remarked, “never in a million years did I think a bus movie would open every door I ever possibly wanted open.”
Doors now wide open, Bullock next starred in the 1995 omantic comedy While You Were Sleeping. The film was a critical and commercial hit, and the actress followed it up with a screen adaptation of John Grisham‘s A Time to Kill, co-starring Ashley Judd and Matthew McConaughey. The success of that film was the last that Bullock would enjoy for a while, as she then entered something of a sophomore slump with disappointments such as In Love and War (1996), Two If By Sea (1996), and, perhaps most excruciating, Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997). Fortunately for Bullock, her audiences seemed to be inclined to forgive and forget, and she had a modest rebound with the following year’s Hope Floats, which also happened to be the first project of the production company she founded, Fortis Films. The same year, Bullock also starred in another omantic comedy, Practical Magic, opposite Nicole Kidman. The film provided another modest success for Bullock, who, back in the saddle again, proceeded to do yet another omantic comedy, this time starring with Ben Affleck in Forces of Nature (1999). Although the film proved to be a critical and commercial disappointment, Bullock was back on the radar with a number of projects in 2000, including the critically disembowelled comedy Gun Shy and 28 Days, a comedy that starred the actress as a newspaper columnist forced to enter rehab after her drinking problem assumes uncontrollable proportions. Following her role in Miss Congeniality (2000) as an FBI agent forced to go undercover in the Miss U.S.A. beauty pagent in order to prevent a bombing, Bullock faced off against a more low-key menace in the thriller Murder By Numbers (2002) before returning to lighthearted drama with Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (also 2002). Her status as the reigning queen of the chick flick permanantly established, Bullock next teamed with Hugh Grant for the amiable omantic comedy Two Weeks Notice before taking a two year furlough from the big screen – during which time she would assume the duty of executive producer for the George Lopez show in addition to turning in the occasional guest appearance.
In 2005, Bullock found herself at the center of Oscar talk when she essayed the role of the racist wife of a prominant district attorney in Paul Haggis‘ critically acclaimed drama Crash. An unflinching look at racism in the multicultural melting pot of Los Angeles, Crash defied expectations to take home best editing, best screenplay, and best motion picture at the 77th Annual Academy Awards. That same year, a return to her role as bumbling undercover FBI agent Gracie Heart in Miss Congeniality 2 found Bullock returning to familiar lighthearted territory, although the sequel performed far more poorly than the first film. With her role as a lovelorn doctor who discovers a curious rift in time in 2006’s omantic fantasy The Lake House (a remake of the 2000 South Korean film Siworae), the actress marked a graceful return to swooning, romantic pictures, not to mention a reteaming with her Speed man Keanu Reeves. Determined to remain firmly planted in serious acting, Bullock singed on to play author Harper Lee in the movie Infamous which, because of its unfortunate timing, was swallowed by comparisons to the film Capote, and went largely unnoticed. Undaunted, Bullock singed on for the supernatural thriller Premonition, about a woman who experiences shifts in the events of the universe and must use the visions to prevent her husband’s death.
2009 turned out to be one of the popular actresses most memorable years. In addition to producing and playing the lead in the smash hit romantic comedy The Proposal, Bullock earned the best reviews of her career as a protective mother helping raise a struggling high-school football player in The Blind Side. For her work in that movie, Bullock won the Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild award for Best Actress, and also captured her first Oscar nomination in that same category.

Best Actor
Jeff Bridges “Crazy Heart” WINNER!

Jeff Bridges is getting a lot of attention lately. And he deserves it. He gives a huge performance in a little film called Crazy Heart, which just might capture an Oscar for the four-time Academy Award nominee.

Bridges plays Bad Blake, a hard-drinking, hard-living country singer who had fame and headlining gigs in the biggest arenas, and now is reduced to singing for small groups in bowling alleys.

He drinks too much and there’s more than a little jealousy regarding his former protégé Tommy Sweet (Colin Farrell), who is now a singing sensation.

Then in walks Jean (Maggie Gyllenhaal), a small town journalist who discovers Blake’s true story and helps give his crazy heart another chance.

 “You don’t get a chance like this too often. I’m lucky,” says Bridges about the way he’s been getting attention for his performance, creating a buzz for Hollywood’s awards season.

And yet Bridges admits “because there wasn’t any music attached to it,” he passed on the script the first time he saw it. Then when his friend T Bone Burnett got involved, Bridges signed on. “I knew the music was going to be top notch, and that got me to the party really quick.”

T Bone Burnett is the Grammy-winning and Oscar nominated composer and producer (“Walk The Line,” “O Brother Where Art Thou?”). And he brought in an impressive young singer-songwriter Ryan Bingham to co-write the Crazy Heart theme song “The Weary Kind,” which gave Bridges the opportunity to sing with all his heart and soul.

At the press day to promote the Fox Searchlight film, Bridges told everyone that he was drawn to music as a youngster. “I’ve been playing music since I was a kid,” he says. And that’s one of the reasons he enjoyed playing Bad Blake.

Playing a musician, who spends his life on the road, going from gig to gig, isn’t that much different from his life as an actor. “There is a similarity to acting and singing.”

Bridges explains, “My wife told me that we’ve been apart 11 months this year. That’s tough. That’s the hardest part for me. But we’ve been married for 33 years and we’ve done this a lot together, so we know the routine and how much we depend on each other. It’s great to have a partner like that.”

One of the things that Bridges finds appealing about country music “is that it’s dealing with human emotions that people can relate to. We can all relate to not only the fear of failure, but the fear of success and what we do to ourselves when we get successful. Once you get to the top of the mountain, there’s only one place to go. You roll down.”

So how do you deal with that? Bridges reveals, “A lot of us deal with it by numbing ourselves. That’s our strategy. We slow ourselves down. So I can relate to that, just as a human being. Just being alive, you struggle with that.”

Bridges didn’t struggle getting his start in the acting world. He proudly says his dad, the late Lloyd Bridges of Sea Hunt fame, was his mentor and sort of pushed him into the business.

 “Unlike a lot of actors, he really encouraged all of his kids to go into show business. He loved it so much. I remember when I was a little kid he’d say ‘Hey, you wanna be in Sea Hunt? You’ll get out of school. You can make some money and buy some toys.’ So I’d say ‘Okay.’ He gave me the basics of acting, teaching me how to do it.”

The music came naturally, and Bridges says he especially enjoyed the jam sessions with all the great musicians who worked on the film. Also part of the film is another fellow who has a passion for country music– Robert Duvall, who produced the film and has a supporting role as Blake’s buddy.

Crazy Heart, written and directed by Scott Cooper, has music that is a tribute to all the great country singers who wrote songs that have left an indelible impression in our hearts and minds. And now Jeff Bridges has our attention too.

The hard-working actor has already been nominated for numerous critics honors, a Golden Globe and SAG award. And he seems to be a heavy favorite for an Oscar nod. To see if he picks up an armful of prizes, tune in the 67th annual Golden Globes January 17 on NBC; the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, January 23 on TNT and TBS; and on ABC, March 7, the grand-daddy of them all the 82nd Academy Awards.

Best Director
James Cameron “Avatar”
Kathryn Bigelow “The Hurt Locker” WINNER!
 The Hurt Locker” emerged victorious from a tough battle with “Avatar” – the biggest movie of all time – to win Best Picture at Sunday night’s Academy Awards.

“Hurt Locker” won five other Oscars, including, in a surprise main sweep, Best Director for Kathryn Bigelow.

She made history as the first woman to receive the honor. Only three other women have been nominated: Lina Wertmüller for “Seven Beauties,” Jane Campion for “The Piano” and Sofia Coppola for “Lost in Translation.”

“This is the moment of a lifetime,” said Bigelow, who received her statuette from Barbra Streisand, who opined, “the time has come.”

She dedicated her award to the men and women who are risking their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, as did “Locker” screenwriter Mark Boal, who won for Best Original Screenplay.

She defeated Cameron, her ex-husband, for the helmer’s award. The two were married from 1989 – 1991.

Jeff Bridges, widely predicted to nab Best Actor for “Crazy Heart,” won for his portrayal of a down-and-out country-western singer.

“Mom and dad, look!” Said Bridges, honoring his late mother and father, Dorothy and Lloyd Bridges, for passing on their show-biz tradition. He recalled preparing with his dad for a small role on Lloyd’s TV program “Sea Hunt” when Bridges was a kid.

Sandra Bullock, also a front-runner, won Best Actress for “The Blind Side.”

“Did I really earn this, or did I just wear you down?” said the romantic-comedy vet. Referring to an earlier awards-season liplock with her main competition, she quipped, “Meryl, you know what I think of you, and you’re such a good kisser!”

In another highlight from the most anticipated Oscar show in a decade, Mo’Nique won Best Supporting Actress for her turn as a monstrous mother in “Precious.”

The crowd gave her a standing ovation. “Sometimes,” Mo’Nique said, “you have to forego doing what’s popular in order to do what’s right.”

Precious” also won Best Adapted Screenplay. “This is for everybody who works on a dream every day,” said New Yorker Geoffrey Fletcher in an emotional speech.

Austrian Christoph Waltz won Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of the smooth and scary Nazi Col. Hans Landa in Quentin Tarantino‘s “Inglourious Basterds.”

“Up” won Best Animated Feature.

“Crazy Heart” won Best Song category for its theme, “The Weary Kind.”

The main event, of course, was the heated competition between Best Picture nominees “Avatar” and “Hurt Locker.”

Both the blockbuster fantasy epic and the Iraq War action-drama entered the Oscar battle with nine nominations, but the front-runners otherwise were complete opposites on every level, including budget, visual effects and box-office take.

“Avatar” ended up with a total of three awards: Art Direction, Cinematography and Visual Effects.

Molly Ringwald and Matthew Broderick introduced a tribute to late “Brat Pack” filmmaker John Hughes. They were joined by Hughes movie vets Jon Cryer, Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy, Judd nelson and Macaulay Culkin.

Sunday’s gala expanded the Best Picture race from 5 to 10 movies for the first time since 1942 in an unofficial and not-so-secret attempt to get more blockbusters into the mix.

Though some did make the final Best Picture cut – “Up,” “The Blind Side” and “District 9” – the increased list also gave a pat on the back to deserving smaller films like “An Education” and “A Serious Man.”

Best Director
James Cameron “Avatar”
Kathryn Bigelow “The Hurt Locker” WINNER!
Lee Daniels “Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”
Quentin Tarantino “Inglourious Basterds”
Jason Reitman “Up in the Air”

Best Actress
Sandra Bullock “The Blind Side” WINNER!
Helen Mirren “The Last Station”
Carey Mulligan “An Education”
Gabourey Sidibe “Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”
Meryl Streep “Julie & Julia”

Best Actor
Jeff Bridges “Crazy Heart” WINNER!
George Clooney “Up in the Air”
Colin Firth “A Single Man” AH
Morgan Freeman “Invictus”
Jeremy Renner “The Hurt Locker”

Best Supporting Actress
Penelope Cruz “Nine”
Vera Farmiga “Up in the Air”
Maggie Gyllenhaal “Crazy Heart”
Anna Kendrick “Up in the Air”
Mo’Nique “Precious” WINNER!

Best Supporting Actor
Matt Damon “Invictus”
Woody Harrelson “The Messenger”
Christopher Plummer “The Last Station”
Stanley Tucci “The Lovely Bones”
Christoph Waltz “Inglourious Basterds” WINNER!

Animated Feature
“Fantastic Mr Fox”
“The Princess and the Frog”
“The Secret of Kells”

Original Screenplay
“The Hurt Locker” WINNER!
“Inglourious Basterds”
“The Messenger”
“A Serious Man” AH

Adapted Screenplay
“District 9”
“An Education”
“In the Loop”
“Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire” WINNER!
“Up in the Air”

Art Direction
“Avatar” WINNER!
“The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus”
“Sherlock Holmes”
“The Young Victoria” 

“Avatar” WINNER!
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”
“The Hurt Locker”
“Inglourious Basterds”
“The White Ribbon” 

Film Editing
“District 9”
“The Hurt Locker” WINNER!
“Inglourious Basterds”
“Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”

Foreign Language Film
“Ajami” (Israel)
“El Secreto de Sus Ojos” (Argentina) WINNER!
“The Milk of Sorrow” (Peru)
“The Prophet” (France)
“The White Ribbon” (Germany)

Best Original Score
“Fantastic Mr. Fox”
“The Hurt Locker”
“Sherlock Holmes”

Best Original Song
“Almost There” from “The Princess and the Frog”
“Down in New Orleans” from “The Princess and the Frog”
“Loin de Paname” from “Paris 36”
“Take It All” from “Nine”
“The Weary Kind (Theme from Crazy Heart)” from “Crazy Heart” WINNER!

 Costume Design
“Bright Star”
“Coco Before Chanel”
“The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus”
“The Young Victoria”WINNER!

Best Documentary
“Burma VJ”
“The Cove” WINNER!
“Food Inc.”
“The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers”
“Which Way Home”

Best Documentary (short subject)
“China’s Unnatural Disaster: The Tears of Sichuan Province”
“The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner” JB
“The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant”
“Music by Prudence” WINNER!
“Rabbit à la Berlin” 

Best Short Film (Animated)
“French Roast”
“Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty”
“The Lady and the Reaper (La Dama y la Muerte)”
“Logorama” WINNER!
“A Matter of Loaf and Death”

Best Short Film (Live Action)
“The Door”
“Instead of Abracadabra”
“Miracle Fish”
“The New Tenants” WINNER!

“Il Divo”
“Star Trek” WINNER!
“The Young Victoria”

Sound Editing
“The Hurt Locker” WINNER!
“Inglourious Basterds”
“Star Trek”

Sound Mixing
“The Hurt Locker” WINNER!
“Inglourious Basterds”
“Star Trek”
“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”

Visual Effects

“Avatar” WINNER!
“District 9”
“Star Trek”

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បើ​និយាយពីរឿង​AVATAR គឺជឿជាកើថាមានគេស្កាល់ច្រើន​​ ហើយរឿងនេះដែរ​ក៏បានជាប់ចំណាត់ថ្នាក់លេខ៥​ ក្នុងលការរកចំណូលបានច្រើន។

រឿងនេះនិយាយពី​”ក្នុងអនាគតមួយ​ Jack គឺជាតួអង្កទាហានពិការជើងទាំងពីរ​ ដែលត្រូវបានបពា្ចូនអោយទៅកាន់ភពមួយ​ផ្សេងទៀតដែលមានេឈ្មោះថា​ Pandora ដែលមានពួក  Na’ vi រស់នៅ។​នៅទីនោះJack​ត្រូវប្រឈមនឹងការមិនចុះ​សម្រុងនឹង​ក្រុម​​​នេះ។

In the future, Jake, a paraplegic war veteran, is brought to another planet, Pandora, which is inhabited by the Na’vi, a humanoid race with their own language and culture. Those from Earth find themselves at odds with each other and the local culture. Written by Giorgio_C

When his brother is killed in a robbery, paraplegic Marine Jake Sully decides to take his place in a mission on the distant world of Pandora. There he learns of greedy corporate figurehead Parker Selfridge’s intentions of driving off the native humanoid “Na’vi” in order to mine for the precious material scattered throughout their rich woodland. In exchange for the spinal surgery that will fix his legs, Jake gathers intel for the cooperating military unit spearheaded by gung-ho Colonel Quaritch, while simultaneously attempting to infiltrate the Na’vi people with the use of an “avatar” identity. While Jake begins to bond with the native tribe and quickly falls in love with the beautiful alien Neytiri, the restless Colonel moves forward with his ruthless extermination tactics, forcing the soldier to take a stand – and fight back in an epic battle for the fate of Pandora.

តែទោះជាយ៉ាងណារឿងនេះក៏មានការមិនពេញចិត្តពីក្រុមអ្នកទស្សនាមួយចំនួនផងដែរ​ ដោយពួកគេនិយាយថា   ៗ

តើពេលណាទើបពួកស្បែកសឈប់ផលិតភាពយន្តខ្នាតធំដូចជារឿង អវតារ នេះទៀត?

ពួកក្រុមអ្នករិះគន់បានប្រៀបប្រដូចខ្សែភាពយន្តផ្សងព្រេងក្រៅភពអវតារនេះថា ដូចទៅនឹង​​រឿង Dances With Wolves (រាំជាមួយហ្វូងចចក) ពីព្រោះថាវាសុទ្ធ តែរៀប រាប់អំពីការក្លាយខ្លួនទៅជាជនជាតិដើម​ភាគតិចរបស់បុរសជនជាតិស្បែកសម្នាក់ ដែលក្រោយមកក្លាយជាមេដឹកនាំដ៏អស្ចារ្យរបស់ពួកទាំងនោះ ។

ខ្សែភាពយន្តនេះហាក់ដូចជាចង់រំលឹកទៅរកអតីតកាល ពីសកម្មភាពសម្លាប់រង្គាល មួយរបស់ជនជាតិ​ស្បែកស ដែលកាលណោះកុលសម្ព័ន្ធជនជាតិដើម​ម្ចាស់​ស្រុកព្រម ទាំងអរិយធម៌ដ៏ចំណាស់របស់ពួកគេ ត្រូវបានកម្ទេចចោល ពីសំណាក់ ពួកជនអន្តោ ប្រវេសន៍អឺរ៉ុបមកកាន់ទ្វីបអាមេរិចជាលើកដំបូង ។ នៅក្នុង សាច់រឿង មានក្រុម ទាហាននិងអ្នកវិទ្យាសាស្ត្របានបោះជំរុំនៅលើវាលស្មៅបៃតងខ្ចី Pandora ហើយពួក​ជនជាតិដើមដែលមានឈ្មោះថា Na’vi មានខ្លួនពណ៌ខៀវ បង្កង់ៗដូចសត្វឆ្មា ។ ពួកគេដោតស្លាបបក្សីនៅលើ​សក់, គោរពដល់អទិទេពធម្មជាតិ, ហើយលាបមុខដូចចេញប្រយុទ្ធ, ប្រើធ្នូនិងព្រួញជាអាវុធ និងរស់នៅជា កុលសម្ព័ន្ធ ។

Jake ជាតួឯកប្រុសនៅក្នុងសាច់រឿង មានចិត្តរីករាយណាស់ដែលគាត់បានបោះបង់ចោលបេសកម្ម​របស់គាត់ក្នុងការបញ្ចុះបញ្ចូលពួកជនជាតិដើមឲ្យនាំគ្នាចាកចេញពីផ្ទះដើមឈើរបស់ពួកគេ ដែលពពួកមនុស្ស​ជឿជាក់ថាមានរ៉ែ unobtanium ។ ផ្ទុយពីនោះ គាត់បែរជាក្លាយទៅជាអ្នកចម្បាំងដ៏អង់អាចម្នាក់ ជិះបក្សីយក្ស ហើយលួចស្រឡាញ់កូនស្រីមេកន្រ្ទាញជនជាតិទៅវិញ ។

នៅក្នុងប្រទេសអាមេរិច នរណាចង់និយាយអំពីការប្រកាន់ពូជសាសន៍ អ្នកនោះនឹងត្រូវចាត់ទុកថាជា អ្នកប្រកាន់ពូជសាសន៍ទៅវិញ វាប្រៀបបីដូចជា អ្នកនឹងក្លាយខ្លួនជាបញ្ហា​ប្រសិនបើអ្នកលើកយកបញ្ហា​មកនិយាយ ។

នៅចុងបញ្ចប់នៃសាច់រឿង អ្នកទស្សនានឹងមានចម្ងល់ថា ហេតុអ្វីក៏ខ្សែភាពយន្តនេះត្រូវការតួអង្គ Jake នេះធ្វើអ្វី ។ សាច់រឿងនោះ គ្រាន់តែ រៀបរាប់អំពីការដែលជនជាតិដើម Na’vi បានមកជួបពួកមនុស្សឆ្កួតៗដែល មិនមាន ការគោរពចំពោះបរិស្ថានទៅក៏រួចស្រេចទៅហើយ ។ ខ្ញុំទើបតែ បានឃើញពី ការពន្យល់ ថា “អូ! យើងចង់ បាននរណាម្នាក់ (អវតារម្នាក់) ដើម្បីឲ្យអ្នកទស្សនាជក់ចិត្តជាមួយ ។ មនុស្សប្រុសធម្មតាៗដែលពូកែជាង​ពួកមនុស្សខ្លួនខៀវខ្ពស់ៗអស់នេះ ។

លើសពីនេះ ពួកស្បែកសត្រូវតែពិចារណាសាជាថ្មីអំពីការរើសអើងពូជសាសន៍ ។

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