Sunday, February 26, 2012

Live from the Red Carpet!

  Greetings from sunny Los Angeles, California. After stopping by our favorite sushi restaurant, The Flying Fish, we are on the red carpet to bring you the latest on fashion, who's with who and the most important of all.....the awards!
   Michelle Williams looks lovely in a sleeveless tangerine dress by Louis Vuitton. 
   Leslie Mann picked a poor choice since she told the world she can't use the loo...
   Green, White, Pink and Gold seem to be popular colors. 
   The Dictator should have had his invitation rescinded. Way to take the event away from people who are actually working.....
  Emma Stone looks like a red velvet Christmas package...with a bow on it.
 Tina Fey is sporting a peplum, which seems to be trending hot on the runways...bad for anyone with bad for everyone, but she manages to pull it off.
Best quote of the night belongs to Penelope Cruz. When Tim Gunn asked her if her clothing line makes her more attune to styles and fashion, she replied, "Not really. I know what I like and I know what I don't like. Everyone woman does". 
   Billy Crystal's opening number was fantastic! Can someone fix the sound though? 
 Hugo takes Cinematography, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects and Art Direction.
 The Artist takes Costume Design, Original Score, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Film.
 The Iron Lady takes Makeup Design, Best Actress.
 A Separation won Foreign Language Film.
 The Help takes Best Supporting Actress, 
 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo takes Film Editing
 Undefeated wins Best Documentary Feature.
 Rango wins Animated Feature Film.
 Beginners wins Best Supporting Actor (the oldest).
 The Muppets won Original Song (go Flight of the Conchords).
 Midnight in Paris won Best Original Screenplay.
 The Descendants won Best Adapted Screenplay.
 The Shore wins Live Action Short Film.
 Saving Face wins Best Documentary Feature.
 The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr.Morris Lessmore wins Best Animated Short.

 They could have cut the "Focus Group" wasn't that funny.....
Cirque du Soleil was good, but doesn't really show the true experience of the movies...Where's the bad snacks and the $20 movie tickets???
  Since the award show is already so bloody long could we please start INCLUDING the technical awards rather than glossing over them? These are the magic makers people....the deserve more than 3 seconds. 

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