A few random thoughts while watching the Oscars…
How does Will Ferrell keep getting work?
Jack Black too. The only thing good about “Nacho Libre” were the ones I was eating.
I cannot believe “The Danish Poet” won best animated short! Damn, I had my money on “Its Inoperable, Charlie Brown.” There goes $50…
“West Bank Story” looks like my type of movie. Like “West Side Story”, but with falafel and tefillin…look for the upcoming soundtrack, featuring Bernstein classics "Hora Overture", “Shabbos is Coming” and “Mustafa”.
Rachel Weisz-my favorite presenter so far…I can give you 36 reasons…
Whoa, Jackie Earle Haley…Kelly Leak has come a long way…or maybe not. Useful trivia alert--According to IMDB.com, I am a full inch taller than he is.
Quick shot of Jack Nicholson…looks like his body is as bloated as his ego. Probably on the Jerry Lewis diet.
Ooooh, Anne Hathaway…
Ok, now blowing my moment, so to speak, Tom Cruise.
I guess Jennifer Hudson never heard the expression “Act like you’ve been here before.” C’mon, with all the hype, she couldn’t have prepared a better speech. Oh well, at least she threw a shout-out to my girl Jennifer Holliday. I would have preferred Eddie Murphy winning.
The Inventor of the Internet and an Academy Award winner!!!!! Justice, Justice, thou shalt pursue!
First Tom Cruise, now Celine...my worlds are colliding! I hate them both with the passion of a thousand burning suns! Nothing sucks the energy out of a room faster than Celine’s ego!
Do you think Chow Yun Fat understood that conductor?
With Michael Arndt winning, our people are really representing tonight!
Fresh from raiding Anne Baxter’s closet in her Ten Commandments dressing room…Jennifer Lopez.
Beyonce’ is doing a cheap imitation of Jennifer Holliday now.
Shalom Jodie Foster!!!! Go Yale!
Always sad to be reminded who died during the year. Don Knotts-one of the greatest supporting cast members of any show. 1961, 1962, 1963, 1966 and 1967 Emmys.
You really want to see Helen Mirren? Rent “Caligula”.
By all accounts, a nice guy, Forest Whittaker. Strange affect though.
Interesting that Scorcese double-dips tonight. I don’t think it was his best movie…but, nice Boston feature.
You’ve been a great audience. Now, off to the movies.