February 29, 2008
February 27, 2008
What should be improved? (Especially for me personally, tear me a new one people...lemme have it!)
What do you like?
What new additions to the site would you appreciate?
Open forum ladies and gents...have at it!
February 26, 2008
February 25, 2008
Personally, I'm very satisfied with this year's results:
Best Picture, Director, A. Screenplay & Supporting Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis is a class act and there is no doubt he can still win a third Academy Award in the near future. Don't you agree?
Best Supporting Actress
Best Original Screenplay
Diablo Cody swept this awards season and it's always nice to see a woman getting recognition in a big category.
Overall, I was pleased but you know; your opinion is the one that really matters...
February 24, 2008
Best Achievement in Directing
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
Best Documentary, Features
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score
Best Achievement in Cinematography
Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song
Best Foreign Language Film of the Year
Best Achievement in Editing
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Best Achievement in Sound
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Best Short Film, Animated
Best Short Film, Live Action
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Best Achievement in Art Direction
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
Best Achievement in Makeup
Best Animated Feature Film of the Year
Best Achievement in Costume Design
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" (Miramax/Pathé Renn), Julian Schnabel
"Juno" (Fox Searchlight), Jason Reitman
"Michael Clayton" (Warner Bros.), Tony Gilroy
"No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage), Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
"There Will Be Blood" (Paramount Vantage and Miramax), Paul Thomas Anderson
And the Oscar goes to....Joel Coen & Ethan Coen
George Clooney in "Michael Clayton" (Warner Bros.)
Daniel Day-Lewis in "There Will Be Blood" (Paramount Vantage and Miramax)
Johnny Depp in "Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" (DreamWorks and Warner Bros., Distributed by DW/Paramount)
Tommy Lee Jones in "In the Valley of Elah" (Warner Independent)
Viggo Mortensen in "Eastern Promises" (Focus Features)
And the Oscar goes to....Daniel Day-Lewis
"Juno" (Fox Searchlight), Written by Diablo Cody
"Lars and the Real Girl" (MGM), Written by Nancy Oliver
"Michael Clayton" (Warner Bros.), Written by Tony Gilroy
"Ratatouille" (Walt Disney), Screenplay by Brad Bird; Story by Jan Pinkava, Jim Capobianco, Brad Bird
"The Savages" (Fox Searchlight), Written by Tamara Jenkins
And the Oscar goes to....Juno
"No End in Sight" (Magnolia Pictures) A Representational Pictures Production: Charles Ferguson and Audrey Marrs
"Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience" (The Documentary Group) A Documentary Group Production: Richard E. Robbins
"Sicko" (Lionsgate and The Weinstein Company) A Dog Eat Dog Films Production: Michael Moore and Meghan O'Hara
"Taxi to the Dark Side" (THINKFilm) An X-Ray Production: Alex Gibney and Eva Orner
"War/Dance" (THINKFilm) A Shine Global and Fine Films Production: Andrea Nix Fine and Sean Fine
And the Oscar goes to....Taxi to the Dark Side
"Freeheld" A Lieutenant Films Production: Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth
"La Corona (The Crown)" A Runaway Films and Vega Films Production: Amanda Micheli and Isabel Vega
"Salim Baba" A Ropa Vieja Films and Paradox Smoke Production: Tim Sternberg and Francisco Bello
"Sari's Mother" (Cinema Guild) A Daylight Factory Production: James Longley
And the Oscar goes to....Freeheld
For Three 6 Mafia to be Oscar eligible with hip hop samples, yet Greenwood's brilliant score is too influenced to be eligible is absurd to the point of being offensive.
Why not DQ Depp's Jack Sparrow nomination because it was Keith Richards' inspired?
"Atonement" (Focus Features) Dario Marianelli
"The Kite Runner" (DreamWorks, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Participant Productions, Distributed by Paramount Classics): Alberto Iglesias
"Michael Clayton" (Warner Bros.) James Newton Howard
"Ratatouille" (Walt Disney) Michael Giacchino
"3:10 to Yuma" (Lionsgate) Marco Beltrami
And the OScar goes to...Atonement
"The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (Warner Bros.): Roger Deakins
"Atonement" (Focus Features): Seamus McGarvey
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" (Miramax/Pathé Renn): Janusz Kaminski
"No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage): Roger Deakins
"There Will Be Blood" (Paramount Vantage and Miramax): Robert Elswit
And the Oscar goes to....There Will Be Blood
"Falling Slowly" from "Once" (Fox Searchlight) Music and Lyric by Glen Hansard and: Marketa Irglova
"Happy Working Song" from "Enchanted" (Walt Disney): Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
"Raise It Up" from "August Rush" (Warner Bros.): Nominees to be determined
"So Close" from "Enchanted" (Walt Disney): Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
"That's How You Know" from "Enchanted" (Walt Disney): Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
And the Oscar goes to....Once
Does John Travolta seem more gay than usual?
"The Bourne Ultimatum" (Universal): Christopher Rouse
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" (Miramax/Pathé Renn): Juliette Welfling
"Into the Wild" (Paramount Vantage and River Road Entertainment): Jay Cassidy
"No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage) Roderick Jaynes
"There Will Be Blood" (Paramount Vantage and Miramax): Dylan Tichenor
And the Oscar goes to....The Bourne Ultimatum
Cate Blanchett in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" (Universal)
Julie Christie in "Away from Her" (Lionsgate)
Marion Cotillard in "La Vie en Rose" (Picturehouse)
Laura Linney in "The Savages" (Fox Searchlight)
Ellen Page in "Juno" (Fox Searchlight)
And the Oscar goes to.....Marion Cotillard
"The Bourne Ultimatum" (Universal): Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg
"No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage): Skip Lievsay
"Ratatouille" (Walt Disney): Randy Thom and Michael Silvers
"There Will Be Blood" (Paramount Vantage and Miramax): Matthew Wood
"Transformers" (DreamWorks and Paramount in association with Hasbro): Ethan Van der Ryn and Mike Hopkins
"The Bourne Ultimatum" (Universal) Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis
"No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage): Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff and Peter Kurland
"Ratatouille" (Walt Disney): Randy Thom, Michael Semanick and Doc Kane
"3:10 to Yuma" (Lionsgate): Paul Massey, David Giammarco and Jim Stuebe
"Transformers" (DreamWorks and Paramount in association with Hasbro): Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Peter J. Devlin
And the Oscar goes to for Sound Editing.....The Bourne Ultimatum
And the Oscar goes to for Sound Mixing.....The Bourne Ultimatum
"Atonement" (Focus Features), Screenplay by Christopher Hampton
"Away from Her" (Lionsgate), Written by Sarah Polley
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" (Miramax/Pathé Renn), Screenplay by Ronald Harwood
"No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage), Written for the screen by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen
"There Will Be Blood" (Paramount Vantage and Miramax), Written for the screen by Paul Thomas Anderson
And the Oscar goes to....No Country for Old Men
"Madame Tutli-Putli" (National Film Board of Canada) A National Film Board of Canada Production Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski
"Même Les Pigeons Vont au Paradis (Even Pigeons Go to Heaven)" (Premium Films) A BUF Compagnie Production Samuel Tourneux and Simon Vanesse
"My Love (Moya Lyubov)" (Channel One Russia) A *beep* Studio, Channel One Russia and Dentsu Tec Production Alexander Petrov
"Peter & the Wolf" (BreakThru Films) A BreakThru Films/Se-ma-for Studios Production Suzie Templeton and Hugh Welchman
And the Oscar goes to....Peter & the Wolf
"At Night" A Zentropa Entertainments 10 Production: Christian E. Christiansen and Louise Vesth
"Il Supplente (The Substitute)" (Sky Cinema Italia) A Frame by Frame Italia Production: Andrea Jublin
"Le Mozart des Pickpockets (The Mozart of Pickpockets)" (Premium Films) A Karé Production: Philippe Pollet-Villard
"Tanghi Argentini" (Premium Films) An Another Dimension of an Idea Production: Guido Thys and Anja Daelemans
"The Tonto Woman" A Knucklehead, Little Mo and Rose Hackney Barber Production: Daniel Barber and Matthew Brown
And the Oscar goes to.....The Mozart of Pickpockets
Who gets these anyway?
And the nominees are:
Casey Affleck in "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (Warner Bros.)
Javier Bardem in "No Country for Old Men" (Miramax and Paramount Vantage)
Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Charlie Wilson's War" (Universal)
Hal Holbrook in "Into the Wild" (Paramount Vantage and River Road Entertainment)
Tom Wilkinson in "Michael Clayton" (Warner Bros.)
And the Oscar goes to.....Javier Bardem for No Country for Old Men!
And the Oscar goes to....Sweeney Todd
"The Golden Compass" (New Line in association with Ingenious Film Partners): Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris and Trevor Wood
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" (Walt Disney): John Knoll, Hal Hickel, Charles Gibson and John Frazier
"Transformers" (DreamWorks and Paramount in association with Hasbro): Scott Farrar, Scott Benza, Russell Earl and John Frazier
And the Oscar goes to....The Golden Compass!!! NO!!!!
(that face melting scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark scared me too Rock!)
And the oscar goes to...La Vie en Rose
Hiegl looks amazingly hot by the way!!!
And the nominees are:
"Across the Universe" (Sony Pictures Releasing) Albert Wolsky
"Atonement" (Focus Features) Jacqueline Durran
"Elizabeth: The Golden Age" (Universal) Alexandra Byrne
"La Vie en Rose" (Picturehouse) Marit Allen
"Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" (DreamWorks and Warner Bros., Distributed by DreamWorks/Paramount) Colleen Atwood
And the Oscar Goes To......Elizabeth: The Golden Age
BEST COSTUME DESIGN
(Jennifer Garner): 5:54 PM (PT)
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
(Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway): 5:54 PM (PT)
(Katherine Heigl): 5:57
PERFORMANCE - SONG #1 (26) 6:03:09
“Happy Working Song”(2:07)
(Amy Adams-vocals, orchestra)
(Dwayne Johnson): 6:09
(Cate Blanchett): 6:13
Here Jon Stewart will joke about Blanchett’s double nomination as Queen Elizabeth and as Bob Dylan.
More, way more, after the cut
ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
(Jennifer Hudson): 6:18
PRESENTER INTRO PERFORMANCE 6:27
PERFORMANCE - SONG #2 6:27
“Raise It Up”
(Jamia Simone Nash, Impact Repertory Theatre of Harlem ,
Total Praise Community Choir , Orchestra)
LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
(Owen Wilson): 6:30
ANIMATED SHORT FILM
(Barry B. Benson): 6:36
ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
(Alan Arkin): 6:39
SCI-TECH AWARDS RECAP 6:49:20
(James McAvoy, Josh Brolin): 6:50
PRESENTER INTRO PERFORMANCE 6:57:38
(Miley Cyrus) haha - no award presenting for her.
PERFORMANCE - SONG #3
“That’s How You Know”
(Kristin Chenoweth-vocals, Dancers ,
Marlon Saunders-singer, Steel Drummer,
Kids , Tuba Players , Chorus ): 7:00
(Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen): 7:06
(Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen): 7:09
ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
(Forest Whitaker): 7:15
PERFORMANCE - SONG #4 7:27:43
(Glen Hansard-vocals, gtr, Marketa Irglova-vocals, piano,
Here Jack Nicholson will present a montage of Best Picture winners over the last 80 years.
(Renée Zellweger): 7:33
HONORARY OSCAR TO
(Nicole Kidman, Randy Thomas VO-Live, Robert Boyle): 7:38
FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
(Penélope Cruz): 7:47
PRESENTER INTRO PERFORMANCE
PERFORMANCE - SONG #5 7:54:46
(Jon McLaughlin-vocals, Featured Dancers ,
Ballroom Dancers , Band Member Extras ,
(John Travolta, Ballroom Dancer-Valentina): 7:55
Here Stewart will perform a comedy bit with a Wii console.
(Cameron Diaz): 8:04
IN MEMORIAM TRIBUTE (3:00) 8:11 - Heath
(Amy Adams): 8:15
(She will refer to the most famous musical phrases in movies, e.g: Jaws, Close Encounters and Rocky).
DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
(Tom Hanks, Special Guests  VTPB): 8:19
(Tom Hanks): 8:22
(Harrison Ford): 8:30
ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
(Helen Mirren): 8:37
(Martin Scorsese): 8:47
BEST MOTION PICTURE
(Denzel Washington): 8:49
February 23, 2008
Best Supporting Male
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Talk To Me
Bests First Screenplay
Diablo Cody, Juno
Best First Feature
Best Supporting Female
John Cassavetes Award
Best Foreign Film
Best Male Lead
Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Savages
Tamara Jenkins, The Savages
Janusz Kaminski, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Robert Altman Award
Todd Haynes, Laura Rosenthal and the cast of I’m Not There
Julian Schnabel, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Best Female Lead
I think this is going to be a night for two films...Juno and I'm Not There
what do you guys think?
February 21, 2008
I must say I am favoring Knocked Up, but a win for either would please me
Sound off! What film gets your vote?
But since we can't, I'm not even going to comment on all of them.
BEST (if there is any) >>>Ramiele Malubay, Syesha Mercado, Asia'h Epperson, Alaina Whitaker, & Kady Malloy
Predicted Elimination>> Kristy Lee Cook & Joanne Borgella (which sucks because she's from Hoboken, NJ, right next door to Jersey City :( ))
Make sure to vote in The Academy Idol Finale on the right side of the page. The winner will be announced on Sunday, Oscar night.
Also, The AMPAS has an Oscar site on YOUTUBE, you can't embed, so you have to go visit for yourself. They have some cool videos. Click here
February 20, 2008
“Blades of Glory’s” Julie Weiss landed in the spotlight Tuesday as winners of the 10th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards were announced.
While Weiss received the award for contemporary film for outfitting the Will Ferrell starrer, veteran designer Colleen Atwood won for period film for outfitting Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter and others in “Sweeney Todd.” Ruth Myers won for fantasy film for “The Golden Compass.”
February 19, 2008
- David Archuelta, 17, Murray, UT: This kid has got it and looks very promising on this show. I see him in the Top 3 already.
- Michael Johns, 29, Buckhead, GA: This Australian born singer has the Chris Daughtry flavor but with less arrogance.
- Jason Castro, 20, Rockwall, TX: The only guy to use an instrument tonight gave a cool rendition of a 60s song I can't remember. LOL.
- Robbie Carrico, 26, Melbourne, FL: Florida boy who claims to be a rocker but used to sing pop and tour with Britney Spears is not too shabby. Reminds me a bit of Bucky Covington.
- David Cook, 25, Blue Springs, MO: This other rocker may be better than perceived this evening. I see him in the Top 12 easy.
- David Hernandez, 24, Glendale, AZ: He kicked off the night but turned out to be just okay. But he does have one of the better voices of the guys but with the wrong song.
- David Noreiga, 18, Azusa, CA: This very flamboyant 18 year old sang Jailhouse Rock and nearly killed it but had great energy. He did insult Simon a bit, in his own way.
- Colton Berry, 18, Staunton, VA: This theater guy also sang an Elvis number, "Suspicious Minds" and turned into something listenable, just not incredible.
- Jason Yeager, 28, Grand Prairie, TX: Jason who? His song was really boring and his kid looks like he's something out of the Addams Family. (I know thats mean) I don't even remember what the judges said and I think he was about to cry when they said it.
- Chikieze Eze, 22, Inglewood, CA: He has the coolest name out of the guys but the worst fashion sense ever. Orange suit, no way man. His song sucked too.
- Luke Menard, 29, Crawfordsville, IN: Another one I can barely remember, who the hell are you anyway. I don't even remember him auditioning. I remember starting to count the tiles on my friend's kitchen floor in the middle of his performance.
- Garrett Haley, 17, Elida, OH: This kid is so creepy because he smiles too much and he looks like he just rose from the dead. Worst of the night. Hope he won't be our new Sanjaya! (even though Sanjaya was a guilty pleasure.)
Predicted Elimination: Chikieze & Garrett
Top 12 girls go tomorrow with results on Thursday! Stay tuned and remember to visit the Writer's Staff's Who Will/Should Win Special on the MainSite.
The ACE awards gave their top prizes to The Bourne Ultimatum, Sicko, and Sweeney Todd for cinematography.
The Art Directors Guild rewarded There Will Be Blood, The Golden Compass, and No Country for Old Men.
No Country for Old Men beat out Transformers and Bourne for Sound.
Essentially, No Country continued to clean up
February 18, 2008
February 17, 2008
February 15, 2008
The Oscar Igloo's Annual Who Will Win/Should Win Articles by each of the critics. Final Chart Predictions where some of will put our foot in our mouths trying to make bold predictions.
What are your bold predictions? And keep voting in the reader polls to see who is favorite to win in each category.
Cate Blanchett - I'm Not There
MOTION PICTURE CATEGORIES:
Motion picture: “The Great Debaters.”
Actor in a motion picture: Denzel Washington, “The Great Debaters.”
Actress in a motion picture: Jurnee Smollett, “The Great Debaters.”
Supporting actor in a motion picture: Denzel Whitaker, “The Great Debaters.”
Supporting actress in a motion picture: Janet Jackson, “Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married?”
Directing in a motion picture: Kasi Lemmons, “Talk To Me.”
Writing in a motion picture: Michael Genet and Rick Famuyiwa, “Talk To Me.”
Independent or foreign film: ” Honeydripper.”
Documentary: “Darfur Now.”
At a press conference held at the Academy’s headquarters today (Thursday), Cates and Ganis announced the presenters scheduled to date, including all four of last year’s winners in the acting categories—Alan Arkin, Jennifer Hudson, Helen Mirren and Forest Whitaker—as well as Amy Adams, Jessica Alba, Cate Blanchett, Josh Brolin, Steve Carell, George Clooney, Penelope Cruz, Miley Cyrus, Patrick Dempsey, Cameron Diaz, Colin Farrell, Harrison Ford, Jennifer Garner, Tom Hanks, Anne Hathaway, Katherine Heigl, Jonah Hill, Dwayne Johnson, Nicole Kidman, James McAvoy, Queen Latifah, Seth Rogen, Martin Scorsese, Hilary Swank, John Travolta, Denzel Washington and Renee Zellweger.
Cates and Ganis also announced the performers of the nominated songs. Amy Adams will sing “Happy Working Song” from “Enchanted” (music by Alan Menken and lyric by Stephen Schwartz). Also from “Enchanted” (and written by Menken and Schwartz) will be “That’s How You Know,” sung by Kristin Chenoweth and Marlon Saunders, and “So Close,” to be performed by Jon McLaughlin.
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova will perform their nominated song, “Falling Slowly,” from the motion picture “Once,” and Jamia Simone Nash will perform “Raise It Up,” from “August Rush,” with the IMPACT Repertory Theatre of Harlem, headed by Jamal Joseph, who shares the song’s music and lyric credit with Charles Mack and Tevin Thomas.
Also scheduled to return to the Oscar telecast team will be writers Hal Kanter, Buz Kohan, Jon Macks and Bruce Vilanch.
Second-time Oscar show host Jon Stewart will also bring on several writers to work on the telecast.
Pete Hammond asks:
For the first time since 1953 (and potentially only the second time in Academy history), the Coens could earn individual victories in four separate categories. Only Walt Disney, as producer of three live-action, animated and documentary shorts in addition to a documentary feature, was able to leave an Oscar ceremony with four statuettes in hand.
If the Coens can pull off the same feat, they would be the first to do it for a single film. Orson Welles for “Citizen Kane,” and Warren Beatty for both “Heaven Can Wait” and “Reds,” each had four nods but walked off with only a single Oscar (Welles shared the 1941Screenplay prize while Beatty won Best Director in 1981 for “Reds”). A few artists have won three Oscars in one night, including Billy Wilder, James L. Brooks, James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Marvin Hamlisch and others. However, the Coens would join Disney as the only ones to take four.
But there is a catch.
In the best editing category, they credit themselves under their joint pseudonym Roderick Jaynes. Should the Coens win that category , the Academy confirmed this week that there will be only one statuette presented and it would later be engraved as belonging to Mr. Jaynes. This means the brothers would only get that statuette and official Academy record books would technically not list Joel and Ethan Coen as the rightful recipients of four Oscars should they win in all of their categories.
The Editors guild, however, says it will be happy to give both Coens, a.k.a. Jaynes, Eddie awards if they win there Sunday and they can have whatever name they want engraved on them. A spokesperson at the guild said they would be thrilled just to have them show up!
February 14, 2008
I actually liked The Notebook a lot, and adore Love Actually, but I would go with the Richard Linklater combo job of Before Sunrise and Before Sunset....I dig realism.
How bout y'all? What movie gives your tear ducts a workout?
February 11, 2008
Also, remember to vote in Academy Idol Top 3 on the sidebar. Video up later today, it's Movie Trailer week.
February 10, 2008
Any effect on the Oscar race?
What do you guys think? Has Daniel Day-Lewis avoided the curse of a boring speech so far this season, and if he wins, are you anticipating hearing him talk again?
February 9, 2008
February 7, 2008
You can start planning your Oscar Party now...
February 5, 2008
February 3, 2008
LOS ANGELES— "No Country for Old Men" grabbed another award before the Oscars later this month, winning the best feature film award presented by the Producers Guild of America on Saturday.
The film, which stars Javier Bardem as a determined hit man pursuing Josh Brolin, beat out other nominees "There Will Be Blood," "Juno," "Michael Clayton" and "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly."
Scott Rudin and Ethan and Joel Coen were given the Darryl F. Zanuck producer of the year award. The film was released by Miramax/Paramount Vantage.
"No Country for Old Men" has already garnered the top prizes from the Directors Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild. The film is nominated for eight Academy Awards.
"Ratatouille" from Disney-Pixar was chosen as best animated film by the producers guild.
The award for episodic TV comedy went to NBC's "30 Rock," while HBO's "The Sopranos" won in the drama category.
Other PGA awards included HBO's "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" in the long-form television category; Michael Moore's "Sicko" in the documentary division; and Discovery Channel's "Planet Earth" won for best nonfiction television program.
Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" won a PGA award for live entertainment/competition.
my choice is actually from Juno...but not the one that most people will be expecting. The quote I chose just really made me fall even more in love with the movie than I already was (i've now seen it 5 times, the most of any film this year). If you've seen the movie, you'll recognize the quote, and if you haven't seen the movie...go now!!
This is my favorite quote of the year:
Juno MacGuff: It ended with a chair....
Now, your turns!
February 2, 2008
February 1, 2008
I think i'd lean towards seperating Best Pic into comedy and drama, or relax the oddball restrictions having to do with the Original Score and Song categories....that's just me though.
What do you guys think?
Lemme know how you would make the Oscars even better!