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« on: February 25, 2013, 01:10:17 AM »

Speilberg didn't win, awesome.

And no Oscar for Phoenix? Lame.

And the Anne Hathaway Award for being Anne Hathaway goes to...

All in all, bleh.

Academy Awards suck and I'm gonna watch the English Patient again.
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« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2013, 03:45:59 AM »

Speilberg didn't win, awesome.

And no Oscar for Phoenix? Lame.

And the Anne Hathaway Award for being Anne Hathaway goes to...

All in all, bleh.

Academy Awards suck and I'm gonna watch the English Patient again.

Anne Hathaway is amazing. Hugh Jackman is the man all us men wished we were. Phoenix is a bit weird, I just don't understand him or his acting, he always looks on edge or nervous.

Kristen Stewart shouldn't have gone out tonight, or at least she should have had her crutches. Walking out on a broken/injured foot looks worse than going out with crutches or even a walking stick. Hollywood vanity showing itself again.
She is very pretty, but I had to ask someone else if she always talked like that, I figured maybe she was trying to talk through the pain of her foot. Nope, apparently she always talks like that, even in her movies.

The performance by the cast of Les Miserables was amazing.

Seth Macfarlane was great as always. I was pretty amused at the whole Ted segment with Mark Wahlberg, especially the Jewish thing.

I was sad I missed the Golden Globes this year, until I found out that Ricky Gervais didn't host it. The pretentious buggers in Hollywood need to get jabbed once in a while, reminded that while what they do is cool and everything, they really don't do anything deserving the hundreds of millions that some of them earn.
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« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2013, 12:26:38 PM »

I actually enjoyed that one of the speakers talked about how the arts are being lost in most high schools and even institutes of higher learning & that THIS should be the focus of the academy.  the awards are nice, but they need to support the arts, or else there will be no more great actors, movies, etc.

I thought that was very very good. 
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