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I love the Oscars and I dutifully watched them last night. Here is my reviw.
I loved Ellen. I thought she was fantastic. However, I do think she was a bit off of her "nice" game. Her Liza comment just seemed too cutting for her. It was actually really mean-spirited. I know what she was going for, but she was way off. Overall though, I thought she did a fantastic job.
I thought Jared Leto gave a great speech. I was also thrilled the band didn't come on and shoo him off. Brilliant. Why have they done that in the past? We would have missed out on a great speech.
I thought Cate Blanchett was a jerk. This awards season she has come off as nothing but a pretentious actress. I hope this is an Oscar curse and we never see her again. She snubbed Sandra with her comments and I didn't like that. She also seems fake, a jerk, and full of herself. Nope. Don't like her.
Matthew McConaughey looks up to himself? Oh, please. Sidney Poitier can look up to himself. Not you Matthew. Plus, in what world do we live in where Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't have an Oscar, but Matthew McConaughey does? Just glance at their IMDB pages and you tell me how that is fair. Maybe Leo didn't deserve to win for Wolf of Wall Street, however, I wasn't all that impressed with McConaughey's performance either. Annoying. You don't have to like Leo as a person, but his body of work is excellent.
I loved Gravity. I am so glad that it won so many awards. It was also great that everyone, including I think the sound editing people thanked Sandra Bullock. That says a lot about her.
I want to say that I wish it won best picture, but I have not seen 12 Years a Slave yet, or American Hustle, so I will withhold my judgement for another day. From the promos for it, it looked like a beautiful movie.
Lastly, and then I will wrap this up, why in the hell did Will Smith announce best picture? I feel like he paid someone to let him present because he is trying to do damage control on his faltering career. Look, that is what you get when you try to push your no-talent kids upon us. We are not stupid. They are talentless. Maybe, someday, with some hard work they could be, but not just because you own a production company and paid to have your kid in a movie. Go back and accept your Razzie. That's the only award you deserve for awhile. Focus on your own career for a bit.
Ah, one more thing, I'm not a huge fan of Angelina Jolie, but I thought the way in which she walked out Sidney Poitier was wonderful. She was classy, professional, and human. In such a vain society, many would want to hurry him up because he is getting old and maybe a little bit slow. However, she seemed to exude an aura of determined respect for him -- from the moment they walked onto the stage, to the moment she kindly asked if he would like her to read the name. Well done Angelina. Gold star.
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Monday, March 3, 2014
Monday, February 24, 2014
|I don't care|
This weeks blog about The Walking Dead is for the previous week, not the latest episode. I need to wait for the hubby to watch that one with him.
Although, I think he is falling out of love with the show.
I don't blame him. The show seems to drag now. I know they are trying to do more character development and all, but it just doesn't seem to be in a way that is intriguing. Lost was a show that did flashbacks and character development to a T.
For example, I don't know why, but the scene with Daryl and Beth just didn't work for me. I know they were trying to show the fact that Beth was finally going to cry over something. I GET what they were TRYING to do ... it just didn't have the emotional impact that the writers, I guess, thought it would. So tell me, is it a writing issue? Is it and acting issue? Is it a directorial issue? Please! I want to know.
The other thing is the big-bad this season. I wonder if this show, like so many others, just gets tiring after so many seasons. Remember Dexter? How great was the Ice Truck Killer! Super sweet, right? Then there was the John Lithgow character, Arthur Mitchell. Pretty awesome, right? Yeah, but then there was the Lumen season, and the Colin Hanks season ... yawn. You just stopped caring by the end. I sort of feel like that is what is happening now. They introduce that new character to Glenn and the new settlement to Carol, and we are just supposed to jump on this bandwagon of disbelief again? I'm not sure I really care anymore.
To prove my lack of interest, in a way, when Maggie went into the bus to find her boyfriend Glenn, I sort of almost wished he was just dead. I didn't care anymore. I also thought it was pretty unbelievable that she was just going to let one walker out at a time -- like anyone would do that in real life. No one thought that MAYBE the walkers might be too much for them to handle by just closing the door on them?
You all have probably seen the next episode of The Walking Dead. I certainly hope that it improves from here. Otherwise, I'm gonna have to start watching a new show, like Orange Is The New Black. I hear that's good ...
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