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Archive for December, 2006

Golden Girls and Globes

Sunday, December 17th, 2006

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: the Golden Globe nominations and winners are a pretty reliable predictor of the Academy Awards. If that’s the case, I’m going to have one hell of time predicting Oscar winners in the annual pool I participate in come February. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
I still have yet to see all of the films which have been nominated (or have actors whom have received a nod from the Hollywood Foreign Press) but of the ones I have seen, the nominations seem justified…with perhaps the exception of the over-rated Borat.

Best Motion Picture – Drama seems to be a toss up between Babel—which I’m hoping to see later today—and The Departed.

Best performance by an actress in a drama could very well go to the brilliant Helen Mirren for The Queen, but she’s got some pretty stiff competition: Penelope Cruz in Volver, Kate Winslet in Little Children, Judi Dench in Notes on A Scandal (I just saw the trailer for the film a couple of weeks ago, and damn does it look good!) and Maggie Gyllenhaal in Sherrybaby, a film I haven’t heard of let alone seen.

Best performance by an actor gets trickier. Leonardo DiCaprio is nominated for both The Departed and Blood Diamond. I loved The Departed (and Leo’s performance) and have heard excellent things about Blood Diamond. But will his double nomination work for or against him?

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy is another interesting category. I loved The Devil Wears Prada, and Little Miss Sunshine (the indie hit which I finally got around to seeing this past week), and liked and admired the bold Thank You For Smoking, too. Dreamgirls has a lot of buzz and like Chicago could be a real contender. And then there’s the final film nominated in this category, the wretched but admittedly phenomenally received Borat. My fingers are crossed that it won’t win but something tells me it just might.

Best performance by an actress in a musical or comedy should go to Meryl Streep for her delicious work in The Devil Wears Prada. But that’s not a given, considering the accomplished company she’s in: Annette Bening, Toni Collette, Renee Zellweger. Beyonce Knowles is also there but she’s not quite yet in the same league as the other actresses.

Best performance by an actor is equally competitive. Will Ferrell was very good in Stranger Than Fiction, as was Aaron Eckhart in Thank You For Smoking. Yummy Johnny Depp is playing the same character for which has already been nominated for a Golden Globe (and subsequently an Oscar) so it seems doubtful that he’d win. Again, I’m left wondering whether or not Sacha Cohen will win for his work as the annoying Borat. I’ve got a bad feeling—yet again—that he just might win.

The supporting categories are even less of a sure thing. Actors vying for the win are Ben Affleck, Eddie Murphy, Jack Nicholson, Brad Pitt, and Mark Wahlberg. Actresses competing for the hardware include Cate Blanchett, former American Idol contender and current big buzz girl Jennifer Hudson (in Dreamgirls), and Emily Blunt, who was so funny as the Meryl Streep’s first assistant in The Devil Wears Prada.

Best Director has Clint Eastwood up against himself for both Flags of Our Fathers, and Letters From Iwo Jima, along with Stephen Frears (for The Queen), Alejandro Inarritu (for Babel) and the legendary Martin Scorcese (for The Departed).
I told you this wouldn’t be easy.
Cheers,

S.R.

Christmas Comes Early

Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

Talk about things heating up in the last month of the year. The heat started with Men at Play, the bar-raising (among other things) delicious suit sex site, and the warmth continues with my recent revisit to Jake Cruise (resulting with a refreshed review at Sir Randy) and J.C’s new site, Straight Guys for Gay Eyes. What can I say, it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas lately, what with each new site I explore and subsequently review feeling like the equivalent of a lovely gift under the tree. And Sir Randy loves gifts, don’t cha know.


The Jake Cruise site currently has in excess of 210 different sessions for you to select from. It’s a great site and Jake knows how to have a good time—whether he’s in front of the camera giving one of the hot models a sensual rub and tug (with a suck or two thrown in whenever the opportunity arises, so to speak)—or whether he’s behind the camera watching one of the guys pleasure himself or another gay-for-pay buddy.

Straight Guys for Gay Eyes (SG4GE) provides another feast, especially for hungry bottoms. As an exclusive one myself, I really didn’t mind that it was some gal getting pounded into next week and not some guy. Once my imagination kicked in, for the most part I was so consumed by fantasy that I nearly forgot that the hole being penetrated was a vagina. It may not be as easy for exclusive tops to get in the mood when it comes to who’s getting fucked but the men are so hot and the dicks so impressive at SG4GE that it won’t be long before both tops and bottoms are feeling the heat, and aching for some meat.

Check out full reviews for both Jake Cruise and Straight Guys for Gay Eyes at Sir Randy.

Up next for me is the Falcon Studios site. Need I say more?

Cheers,

S.R.
ps – I’m always on the look-out for hot sites to visit and review. If you know of one (or more), drop me a quick “e” at SirRandy@SirRandy.com.

When Long Is Good

Sunday, December 3rd, 2006

After surviving a screening of the over-rated and offensive Borat about a month ago, not surprisingly I found myself a little reluctant to return to a movie theater; well, that and I’ve just been too busy to get my ass into one. But with many possible Oscar contenders being released this month, I figured I should probably start seeing some films of interest now before it’s a case of there simply being too many films to see and not enough time to do so.

About two weeks ago I attended an advance screening of Pedro Almodovar’s latest film Volver, featuring a great all female cast lead by Penelope Cruz (well, all female with the exception of the hot actor who briefly appears on screen as Cruz’ husband; such a shame he wasn’t given some more screen time, I’m telling you…). Although a little too long for my liking, it was still a splendidly acted film—Cruz is so much more effective when she doesn’t have to act in English—and I’d be really surprised if Volver wasn’t nominated in the Best Foreign Film category. And I wouldn’t be surprised if Cruz found herself nominated as Best Actress.

This past week was a banner one for seeing films. I finally (“finally”, it’s only been out a couple of weeks for god’s sake) saw the new James Bond film, Casino Royale, and as hoped I absolutely loved it. From the theme song (“You Know My Name” written and performed by Chris Cornell of Sound Garden fame) featured in the opening credits sequence, to the interesting and fast-paced plot, to the huge pay-off of having cast dreamy, hunky, talented Daniel Craig as the new (and best) Bond, my expectations were far surpassed. In fact, as the final credits were rolling I was pleasantly surprised to realize that the film had a running time of nearly 2 ½ hours. Talk about having too good of time to notice the time!

The second film I saw this week was The Departed, directed by Martin Scorcese and featuring a very impressive cast including Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg, Alec Baldwin and Martin Sheen. (Am I forgetting anyone?) Going into this film, I was already aware that it was going to be a long one; hence, only one glass of wine beforehand and nothing to drink during the film so as to avoid having to run to the bathroom at a potentially crucial point in the movie. But again, as was the case with the 007 flick, The Departed was so engrossing, so well-done and beautifully acted that it could have been double its length and I still wouldn’t have noticed.

And by the way, hasn’t Leo DiCaprio grown up nicely? I’ve always thought he had a cute, pretty boy quality to him but over the years (and especially in this film) he has really evolved into quite the beefy stud (yes, he has a couple of shirtless scenes); one who acts even better than he looks, and that’s saying something. With a cast such as the one in The Departed, it should be interesting to see who doesn’t get nominated.

Cheers!
S.R.

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