Well, hopefully they don't suck as bad as this year's Oscars...
Mar 14 - 02:32 PM
The Oscars was [sic] great. anything looks good when you're in the hospital with acute kidney failure.//////as long as I'm not in the hospital with kidney failure on February 24, 1013 to enjoy The Oscars, everything will be fine and dandy.
Mar 15 - 07:58 AM
Finally, just in time to STILL get beat to the seasonal punch by every other awards show in existence. Also in time to exhume and revive Bob Hope for hosting duty. Oh Academy, you rebels you.
Mar 15 - 12:28 AM
Isn't that a little presumptuous? Don't they know the world will end in December?
Mar 15 - 06:10 AM
So, which movies will be overlooked or outright ignored next year?
Mar 15 - 11:09 AM
I'll help you out with that one. Ahem
"WHAT! How Can the Avengers be ignored! What kind of crap is this!"
"Avengers SUCKS, Nolan did what no other person would dare to do With The Dark Knight Rises! I'm not saying it should win but at least a nomination!"
"...shouldn't twilight be recognized..I mean..omg...it's the last one"
"What the F*#&$ is 'Being with Myself' I hate these artsy films!"
and so on.
Mar 15 - 12:04 PM
Ryan Gosling - no nominations for either "Gangster Squad" or "Place Beyond the Pines". No Fassbender nom for "Prometheus". No Charlie Sheen nom for "Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan" (but Jason Schwartzman squeezes out two supporting noms spliting his vote and making his win an impossibility). Elle Fanning will be nominated for "Twixt" but no one will actually watch it, it's just 'her time'.
Mar 15 - 01:40 PM
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