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Monday, 18 January 2010

An In Depth Analysis Of The Golden Globe Awards 2010.

Avatar. Really?

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8 comments:

  1. Keep in mind that this is the same group that felt it necessary to nominate Sandra Bullock twice tonight, and gave Robert Downey Jr. a win.

    They're glorified fans these days...nothing more.

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  2. I quote you in my blog today on the importance of story in a film. Hope you don't mind.

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  3. fully agreed, dances with smuffs! in years to come when 3d cinema is either all the rage of disfunct people will look back at avayar as either a film with the worst plot ever to win a major award or the gimicy peice of sh*t it is

    www.lastsiteontheleft.blogspot.com

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  4. haha. That was EXACTLY what I was thinking!! My vote would be with Up in the Air all the way.

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  5. Cos everyone knows that "Drama" actually means "Special Effects Bonanza". Don't they?

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  6. Unwashed Mass - haha!

    And yeah, it's disappointing, but, y'know - that's the movies.

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  7. Lol. Your analysis of Avatar was obviously more in-depth than the Golden Globe voting committee's.

    They should just start calling awards what they really mean: Best Bankable Actor, Best Movie That Made Globs of Money, Best Actress Who We Didn't Actually Think Could Act But Dammit She's Cute, etc.

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  8. I think James Cameron said it best himself when he admitted he thought The Hurt Locker was going to be the big winner.

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