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Posted on 01/16/2014 6:05:25 AM PST by C19fan
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The only movie with any sort of mass appeal was Gravity.
More Hollywood garbage I haven’t seen and won’t see.
I will probably watch Gravity at some point but I make it a practice to avoid films with Steep, Hanks, and Roberts.
The animation nominees as a group are better with Frozen, a Miyazaki flick, and Despicable Me 2.
Streep and Hanks I avoid. Why should I avoid Roberts? Not saying I shouldn’t but its hard to keep up with these lefties.
That’s not a bad bunch in the BP group...no embarrasing pop films to get teens interested.
For the category of worst Oscars host:
The winner is ........Ellen D.
Republican comes in the dictionary just after reptile and just above repugnant.
12 Years a Slave will win everything except Best Actress. Judy Dense will win that for most Anti-Catholic role.
A Jackass film got an Oscar nomination. This further reinforces my opinion that the Oscars are irrelevant.
Time to give Leonardo the Oscar.
A limited number of quality films this past year IMO. My favorite by a pretty good margin was ‘Rush’ which unfortunately suffered from the ‘racing movie’ tag, followed by ‘American Hustle’. The effects in ‘Gravity’ were good, but the screenplay seemed like something a film student would come up with.
It was pretty good to watch in 3D.
Time to give Bruce Dern the Oscar.
I do think DiCaprio is a pretty good actor though.
Jennifer Lawrence stole the show in “American Hustle”.
Special effects were the only thing “Gravity” had going for it. A predictable bore.
Definitely three hours I'll be doing something else.
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