“I Love you” will not be the next best movie, according to an analysis by The Hollywood Reporter.
“The movie has an incredibly low ceiling, and the way that I love you works best in its own right,” said director Alex Timbers.
“It’s a movie about an awkward couple, and that’s the best kind of movie, in my opinion.
And that’s not a bad thing, because I love the movie.
I’m going to go out there and make the movie.”
The review comes after Timbers’ film was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar and won a Best Original Screenplay Oscar, and won four Oscars in a row.
“I love you” was nominated in three different categories for best picture, best director and best actor.
“In my mind, the one thing that people will look at is that it’s not an Oscar-worthy film,” Timbers told THR.
“And it will probably be a disappointment to some people, who are going to look at that as an Oscar disappointment.
It will be a real disappointment to other people, and to me, that’s a bad place to be.”
But the most critical aspect of “I LOVE YOU” is its portrayal of a relationship that can’t be defined by what it looks like on screen.
Timbers told the outlet that he wanted to make the film as inclusive as possible, with a focus on gender equality, racial equity, and sexual orientation.
“We don’t have a clear line between who the best and worst of these people are,” Timbers said.
“They’re all part of a continuum, and it’s a continuum that is difficult to see.”
He continued: “I just wanted to create a world where people who have different genders and identities feel at home, and are comfortable being who they are.
That’s what I’m striving for in the movie, and I think that’s what people will really appreciate.
And I think the movie has a great story to tell.
And it’s going to be about the lives of these characters.
I think people are going see it and go, ‘Wow, I didn’t know they were so different.’
That’s the beauty of the movie — it’s about who they love, and what they want to be.
It’s not about who their parents are, who their friends are, or who their favorite sports team is.
It doesn’t have any of that.”
The Oscar nomination comes as Hollywood is on the verge of electing a new president, with an increasingly diverse slate of nominees.
In a statement, Oscar voters said they were “deeply saddened and saddened to learn that the Academy has chosen to cast a vote for a film that has no racial or gender diversity, but that is an important aspect of the story.”
“I’m deeply saddened and disappointed to learn about the Academy’s decision to cast this film,” said film critic Michael Robinson, a member of the Academy and one of the most outspoken critics of Hollywood.
“This is not the first time the Academy made such a decision, and they should reconsider.
In our opinion, this is a film with a clear, powerful message about the way to move forward, but it has not yet been nominated for an Oscar.”
The film is still slated to begin production in early 2019.