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(Reuters)   Most Americans have not watched any Best Picture Oscar nominees. Apparently people feel they don't need to pay to go see "American Hustle" when they can just watch C-SPAN for free   ( divider line
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2014-02-26 10:26:33 AM  
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Seen American Hustle and Gravity, and I keep meaning to go see Wolf of Wall Street. Gravity was excellent, AH was well acted and well shot, but one of those films you forget a day or so after you watch it because it's so lightweight. I have no idea where the buzz is coming from, but it wouldn't be the first time a crappy film has won.

I dislike it when people try to make others feel bad about their choice of entertainment. Most people use movies and TV shows to de-stress and relax after a hard day's work, who farking cares if they don't wanna watch some super-meaningful black and white film about homosexual Serbian war orphans dying of cancer in 1920's Paris?
2014-02-26 11:21:15 AM  
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Did any movie this year come close to how good the last several episodes of Breaking Bad were?
2014-02-26 11:07:42 AM  
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Danger Mouse: I saw Gravity in an IMAX theater. It was visually stunning.  The story line was so-so.

Sandra bullock wearing sexy underwear under her space suit? I thought they wore diapers?

I thought American Hustle was a great movie. The story dragged in places,  but the acting was outstanding.  I grew up in the town it was filmed in, so I got a kick out of seeing my old home town.  Funny thing is they didn't really have to change too much to make it look like it was 1878.

Regardless of the story Gravity was totally worth my money to see in 3D in an IMAX theater.

12 Years A Slave was an outstanding movie and I felt like I'd been punched in the gut by Gennady Golovkin afterwards.  Dallas Buyer's Club was good too, Wooderson definitely deserves the Oscar he's presumed to be getting.  I still think Fassbender should get supporting actor over Leto but Fassbender's character was such a horrible human being that it probably actually hurts him in the voting, sort of like the people who are dicks to Jack Gleeson because of Joffrey.
2014-02-26 10:25:12 AM  
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Wellon Dowd: I can see the best parts of said films on the internets.

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You're missing Amy Adams
2014-02-26 10:03:57 AM  
1 vote:
If anything should get the Oscar for American Hustle, it's double-sided tape.
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