Well. The Oscars are over. I actually sat down and watched the whole thing. I am not quite sure why since I have only seen 2 of the movies that were up for best picture. So here is my review. I really liked John Stewart. He was funny and contrary to popular opinion, I liked his jokes. Come on Hollywood - lighten up!!!! There are clevage and diamonds everywhere. How can this make you serious? Other than that can we please skip all of the long boring montages? Ugh. The whole show could be an hour shorter if those were just cut right out of the show. Do we really need to watch all of those film clips over and over again. I did turn it into a little game in my head - which I am quite good at by the way - and I was naming the films as they went by. I can't figure out how to post a photo on my profile, but boy do I have a head for movies.
As for the best picture winner, I have to be honest when I say that it was allright, but I wasn't that impressed with it. I thought it was too neat and too pretty. It was a little gritty, but my thought is that if you are going to go for it, then go for it. It was good subject matter and stuff that really needs and deserves to be looked at and figured out within each of us. However, Crash just didn't go far enough and get dirty enough. I thought Havoc and Thirteen were a lot grittier than Crash. And I am sad for Brokeback Mountain. I was blubbering like a baby at the end. The shirts... How sad was that? The thing that struck me is that they never said they loved each other. It just broke my heart.
So now I get to log off and do our taxes. Can I decudt all the stuff that my dog has eaten or destroyed in the last year? He is after all the product of an unwed mother that had 13 babies!
Oh weren't they cute????? Now he is the 80 pound horse that I know and love (when he isn't snatching something to get me to chase him). So have a good day all. Just keep the image of all these cute pudgy puppies in your brain.
AKKKKKK! The cat is licking my yougurt. Gross...