Red wrote:Chuckle all you want. Most of the movies you listed sucked.
SoMelo wrote:What part of
was confusing to you?
pattywannamack wrote:SoMelo forgot Airforce One and Independence Day.
afan95 wrote:I wish the members of the Press would have put their cameras and microphones down when the Best Actress Winner flipped them off and done for her what she wanted them to do...not write or say a word about her. But if that would have happened, we wouldn't have had to see what a low class little girl she really is. Bigger stars than you, oh like Meryl Streep, have walked into that room and put up with those people, who are just doing their jobs, with class and dignity.
Hollywood is filled with actresses like you who used to be the next great thing. Time will only tell if you'll be another one of them.
Felt bad for her when she fell...after finding out about that, it seems like karma in reverse.
Omar Bongo wrote:. . . I think Red's complaint is that Argo was chosen for political reasons.
Omar Bongo wrote:Of course there are tons of political movies, but I think Red's complaint is that Argo was chosen for political reasons. If that is true, I wonder what he thinks those reasons are. One could argue that conservative members voted for it because it made Carter look bad (insert your gratuitous Carter dig here).
Omar Bongo wrote:One minor point - the voting pools for categories are different. Only directors vote for Best Director, but all Academy members get to vote for Best Picture.
But I agree, as far as Red's vast Hollywood Conspiracy Theory goes, there is no there there.
SoMelo, it's irresponsible to ignore a film were the President personally joins the air-force to combat aliens.
I for one think that Air Force One forecasts a telling prophecy by pitting Han Solo against the Al Qaeda insurgency that boards his presidential aircraft.
Both films are rife with imagery that is relevant for our times.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest