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Oscar nominations are three months away but "Birdman" is already generating rave reviews and awards buzz for actor Michael Keaton, who, 20 years after his turn as Batman, delivers the performance of his career.Reviewers hail it as one of the best films of the year, and say Keaton delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in what may be his biggest role since starring as Tim Burton's "Batman" in 1989 and 1992 .Entertainment Weekly tipped it as an Oscar contender for best film, best actor for Keaton, best director for Inarritu, best supporting actor for Norton and best supporting actress for Stone.The cast spent most of the 30-day shoot doing complex unbroken shots that lasted as long as 10 minutes and – thanks to Inarritu and Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki – make it seem as though the film was shot in one continuous take.
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