I watched the Oscars. I hadn’t seen most of the movies nominated, but now I’m desperate to see The Artist. A silent film won best picture, best actor, best director, best music, best costumes?! This I must see. I also haven’t seen The Iron Lady, starring Meryl Streep, and which garnered her 17th nomination (SEVENTEEN!?) and her 3rd win. I’m not that interested in politically based movies, but now I must see this movie.
I’ve seen The Help and I think it should have won everything. It was stupendous in every way.
I haven’t seen Hugo, but it won a bunch of awards and now I’m dying to see it.
I haven’t seen Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and I still don’t think I want to see it.
I haven’t seen Beginners, but Christopher Plummer (Baron Von Trapp) won his first Oscar at the age of 82. Congrats, Mr. Plummer!
I haven’t seen My Week with Marilyn, and I really wasn’t sure I was going to, but then they showed so many good clips at the Oscars that now I want to.
I saw Moneyball and loved it. Very, very creative and ambitious movie.
I haven’t seen Warrior, but I feel like I want to, except then I get nervous about it. I feel the same way about Albert Nobbs and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
So, let’s talk movies, the Oscars, what you’ve seen, whether you liked it, whether you hated it, and what you thought of Angelina’s leg (which now has it’s own Twitter feed, up to 12,000 followers, last I heard).