Skip to comments.The 86th Annual Academy Awards 2014 Oscars: Complete Winners List
Posted on 03/02/2014 9:27:08 PM PST by LeoWindhorse
The winners have accepted their statuettes at the 86th Annual Academy Awards show at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. This is the complete list of Oscar award winners:
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Well, Oscar voters proved how liberal they were, . 12 Years A Slave won best picture..
Yes, because we needed yet another movie to tell us that slavery was bad.
A friendly word of advice...
Rather than link to such sources as indicated above, and plug the Oscars, just submit your own thread regarding the winners and include your viewpoint. Thank you.
Yes, because no one knew that before this movie. Perhaps schools will now discuss slavery in a history class or something.
Yes, to liberals, we have never learned any lessons from history. We need liberal Hollywood idiots to lecture us about our history. (Saecasm)
Not only that it was bad, but that America-and especially white people-should be ashamed. The way Hollywood acts (pun intended), you’d think we believed in it.
Just saw one of the nominated movies; Gravity...
Saw the part where Sandra Bullock’s character got out of the spacesuit...don’t remember much after that...
Has anyone watched Gravity? I don’t know whether or not the film and/or the actors won any Oscars, but that movies hype was greatly exaggerated.
Read my last post. :^)
Gravity got several Oscars - one for beat sound. That made me laugh as most sounds were Bullock breathing loud in & out as with using a scuba tank.
beat = best
I didn’t see any of the movies nominated..didn’t really care for any of them so could have cared less who won best picture..the only highlight of the night was seeing Matthew McConaughey thank God during his acceptance speech and hear nothing but silence from the audience..that is all I needed to know about the douche bags in the audience..nothing but liberal douches
That gal is pushing 50 and still looks like a million bucks. She looked even better in "The Blind Side." I think she made a midnight crossroads deal with the Devil or something. Whoooo. Fine.
Yes, and, like the force of nature it was named for, it sucked!
Seriously, can anyone here in Freeper land explain in cogent terms why such a large percentage of the American public feels the need to waste 3 or more hours of their life to watch a bunch of "the beautiful people" get together for their annual group pat-on-the-back telling US how great they are?
I find the whole thing silly, if not downright repugnant that these people, who memorize and read lines written for them, moving around on special areas as directed like trained monkeys, should be so lauded, lionized and "loved". And, just to make it even more silly, with very few exceptions, they see their "adoring fans" like so much vermin in private, all the while living their "beautiful lives" thanks to the hard-earned dollars that the public shells out to see the drivel that passes for "Entertainment" these days.
Cynical? HELL YES! And I haven't even gotten into what happens when these trained apes are asked to form a personal opinion on something important like war, poverty or even something as made-up as "Glo-bull Warming".
I saw Gravity. The special effects were impressive, and it was the best use of 3 D I’ve seen. But the actors weren’t nearly as impressive as the hype led me to believe they would be.
I’m happy to say that I haven’t watched the oScars in ten+ years.
It was boring for some reason.
Maybe Ellen got some memo to be reserved.
I think the attendees did as well.
I could barely keep my eyes one day it was so boring.
Second it closed everybody just kinda went home.
I know I grabbed my briefcase and split.
Working on something important but, thought the.Oscars would be interesting.
Back to my rock and my two hills, like Sisyphus.
I thought it was an excellent film.
We rented the film the other night. Special FXs were stunning. Bullock delivered a great performance. Soundtrack was good. Clowney was...well, Clowney (one of the most overrated actors in the business). There’s a good reason why I rarely spend my hard earned cash at the theaters. The film is a perfect example. As a whole, Gravity wasn’t worth my time.
Agree, she looks amazing & doesn’t seem like she’s caught up in the
elite, liberal BS. Could be wrong..
Gravity was exaggerated. It wasn’t anything special except for the special effects.
Lone Survivor was great, best action movie in years and a wonderful tribute to our troops. 12 Years a Slave good movie too, really liked it, great drama and really captures the feel of a different time, like going in time machine. Its a pity we can’t have a more fair competition at the Oscars.
& didn’t see any of the films..haven’t been to the movies in years.
Anyone else bothered that the Lupita woman weigh 80 lbs, looks east African, and in no way resembles a typical woman slave who would be strong enough to work in the fields?...and would be from west africa?
As a disaster/action flick I thought it was pretty good.
I hope Matthew McConaughey realizes he's surrounded by worthless SOBs and POS witches.
So The Hobbit didn’t win anything (waiting for all 3 to be out?), and Ender’s Game wasn’t nominated for anything.
That should be a clue to Gavin Hood to leave film.
Actually, slavery movies are pretty few and far between. Not exactly a feel good subject. I am not counting Django.
Wish Bullock would’ve won, but overall I can’t complain. Gravity won 7 out of 10 it was nominated in and that was my favorite. I’m surprised it won over slave for director. Was a decent night for what won I thought. Haven’t seen slave yet though.
Someone I know who saw it said the special effects were great. Which was the only thing about the movie worth watching.
Yep it was nothing but silence..actually I take that back I think I heard one person clap..also seeing all those Libs eat pizza and when Ellen asked someone, anyone in the audience to flip the bill no one offered..of course not, Libs are about spending other peoples money never their own, socialist a-holes
The Oscars - yawn.
There were three thank you God’s tonight. Darlene Love gave a rousing gospel song verse and I forget the third one. Love took everybody to church for a brief moment.
Must have been a record for the Oscars,
My list of movies is weird. I did not see Gravity.
I saw The Hobbit. The Hunger Games. Enders Game. The Lego Movie. Warm Bodies, that was a pretty good movie. The Host — not a good movie. Lone Survivor — Great movie, but hard to watch because I knew real people died. Much Ado about Nothing — I sadly love everything Joss Whedon does. Sharknado — ok, that was a TV movie.
I see a lot more movies when they give me free weekend HBO or Showtime, and we buy some movies we don’t see in theatres. But I am so detached from the Oscars, as I don’t watch those movies and I don’t care if movies I do watch win awards, I just want to enjoy a movie, it’s not like I’m “invested”.
Hollywood is full of creepy people. When Larry David can piss on Jesus, and Sara Silverman can say “I’d kill Jesus again,” and do it with impunity, you know you are dealing with scum.
Could someone start a thread for people who
Haven’t been to a movie in 15 years
Haven’t watched the Oscars since Bob Hope died.
Want to just come along to say they didn’t see it, but ask a question about what some movie won.
A sure that Hollywood will be destroyed by fire and brimstone during a future Oscar event.
Comment on movies they haven’t seen
Or are just too bored to care
Bette Midler sang the wind beneath my wings song to commemorate those celebrities who died in the past year and the line Thank God for you she said a few times..boy those Libs must have been mega pissed tonight hearing God over and over again..hearing God to them literally makes their ears bleed
Can’t believe that Nebraska was completely shut out - it was an amazing movie.
But, to get the Oscar, ya gotta be “in the club” or in a politically correct film ...
The Hobbit was mildly entertaining, but not a great movie at all. I don’t think Hollywood is capable of producing a great movie anymore.
LOL, those were the only 2 movies I actually paid to watch in a theater!
I liked them both, with reservations, of course. But I never, ever watch a movie without suspending disbelief and all expectations before the thing even starts.
Very, very, very few movies are films.
A film matches the quality of the book.
I see about two movies a year. The last movie I thought was really good was “The Hurt Locker,” about four years ago.
There was applause for Love’s gospel verse. The other two mentions were hidden within the overall song and speech.
Won’t hurt them to hear more of that and you can’t stop the winners from thanking whomsoever.
The Special FXs were stunning, but the story, and especially Clowney’s acting, was a little weak. Not compelling. I thought the Space Odyssey parallel was feebly interesting, but shallow.
well don. I liked Zero Dark about bin laden.
I don’t know if Lone Survivor came out before Jan 1. It probably wouldn’t get a nod anyway. Can’t glorify heroic action by troops.
I like Sandra Bullock. And I’m not one to pay much attention to actors, or many movies for that matter.This is the first year in 20 that I’ve caught some of the awards show. But she does seem like a sweet, sensitive person and even the guy who won for doing something or other on the Gravity flic, during his peech, stated she’s one of the best people he’s known.
I liked Matthew Mcoughany’s (or however you spell it)speech. Seems like a genuine guy. I’m curious about one thing though...what exactly did he say about God, and friends? He had me until that last sentence because it sounded like maybe he’s one of these new age spiritualists, like we are God or whatever. Maybe I got it wrong. But he gets props in my book for mentioning Him:)