Even after more than a decade in Hollywood, producer Dana Brunetti still finds himself pleasantly stunned at the speed that a hot project like "The Social Network" can generate.
"This isn't a high-brow answer but I love that girl who was in 'Kick-Ass,' Chloe something Moretz."
"I was knocked out by Annette Bening and Julianne Moore. Fantastic, both of them. Annette Bening was just extraordinary."
Three pics with a political bent are among the noms for the Louis Delluc prize, one of Gaul's most prestigious film honors.
"The great performance that's going to be overlooked is Joaquin Phoenix in 'I'm Still Here.' I knew it was a performance, and when you know that you realize what an exceptional performance it…
"He's extraordinary. He suggests danger and a threat in a second, but maintains the humanity of his character."
"It's hard to talk about good acting, but there's the scene where Julianne is talking to her kids and Annette on the sofa, apologizing for what she's done. You sense she is trying to communicate with…
"The journey that Nicole Kidman took me on in "Rabbit Hole" started with very subtle and odd behavior. I didn't know anything about her story, but right away, the very first time I saw her, I felt…
"This might be my favorite of his performances. It's the first time his edginess, insouciance and sense of humor all come through, as well as all of Jake's warmth. He's very appealing. He's naked all…
"Her hair, like her clothes, her hands, her emotions, her nerves, all fly in different directions, constantly fluttering, insecure and undirected."
"She started out as a Disney princess, then did 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'Devil Wears Prada.' But even after seeing her 'Rachel Getting Married,' I wasn't expecting this kind of turn."