Every year I look forward to the Academy Awards. I think I know a thing or two about movies, so you can make your own picks for who I think will win the coveted Oscar. I’ve gotten better over the years, somehow I thought some of the policy to go Hollywood. Most of the ceremony is not all that memorable, but sometimes given a prize, or sometimes not given, and these are the things that stay with me for years.
He was particularly incensed when Brokeback Mountain was snubbed in the Best Picture Oscar in 2006. I saw all the other categories of film, which included Capote, Good Night, and Good Luck, Munich, and eventual winner Crash.
Say what you want from the movie – I will not pretend that it does not polarize the audience and the critics – but it’s not worth Medals almost all the top film festivals in the world, independent and other fees, such as the Golden Globe, Independent Spirit Award and the BAFTA Film Award. I was so angry when he was snubbed for Best Picture Oscar to the Academy I vowed never to watch the Academy Awards. Soon enough, the heat of the moment subsided to see.
In 2001, I was deeply disappointed by some ass. I honestly have nothing against Julia Roberts, or the fine job he did in Erin Brockovich, but when he won the Best Actress Ellen Burstyn during which the hand was beautiful beyond words, such as a deterioration of the suburbs are addicted to diet pills Requiem for a Dream, I knew that something was rotten In Denmark, as they say.
Again, I have seen all five nominated performances in the year, and only two were still worthy of the nomination. I thought Laura Linney in You Can Count on Me is the only actress to have an outside shot to beat Burstyn. Shows ya what I know, right?
But the Academy Awards is not just a collection of disappointment for me. I enjoyed the glory, Halle Berry won the best actress Oscar in 2002, he was very brave and courageous role in Monster’s Ball. I thought it was inspired by the Oscar Best Actress went to Marion Cotillard for her role in La Vie en Rose was moving the first person in France, the French-language Academy Award winning performance.
I also thought it was fantastic, when Jeff Bridges finally won an Oscar. He is alone this year for his role as a hard luck country music singer Blake Bath, a box office hit Crazy Heart. Nominated four times in different roles in the previous stage, especially in 1972, The Last Picture Show and again in 1985, the Starman, it was high time Academy Award winner for Best Performance in a legitimate role, and thanks to everyone not just some – of the hard work in a free-lifetime-achievement Oscar. This was the real thing, that I almost feel sorry for the other participants. It was a battle for second place, which is not really the place.