The editors of the city: Oscar notes – /film

The editors of the city: Oscar notes

Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007


Random notes from the editor:

Errol Morris short film that opened the Oscars was wonderful. If you don’t see it, you can check out the video in the

Ellen DeGeneres is not funny (with the exception of Jennifer Hudson/Al Gore joke, but I have a feeling someone probably wrote them).

“If you weren’t blacks, Jews and homosexuals – there won’t be any Academy Awards!” – Very true.

Abigail Breslin this cute little girl. She seems to really enjoy the whole experience. Let’s hope they don’t go the way of most young stars table. Because, remember, Drew Barrymore was a cute little girl once.

I know most of America probably doesn’t care but why don’t the air technical awards such as the IFC or the Sundance Channel. Hardcore film geeks might watch. May be I’m wrong. Maybe I’m wrong.

Tenacious D: why not replace Kyle Justin with Will Ferrell?

Sound effects choir thing stylish, but do they really need to cut the line on this? They make it sit thorough this interpretative dance sequence but have the audacity to cut Jennifer Hudson, William Monahan Guillermo Navarro?!

Al Gore has gained some weight. I’m glad they decided to make a joke of the monkey in the room (the gore and a big announcement).

Bad hair day: a bald Jack Nicholson is? Cameron Diaz desperate to dye her hair blond. Tom Hanks looks better without the Da Vinci hair dew.

Why did Happy Feet win? Because the liberal environmental message attached, not because it was the best movie. And that’s coming from the eco-friendly liberal.

Best screenplay and Best increase the performances were spot on.

The departed screenwriter William Monahan breaths too loud when nervous.

You need to buy Apple iPhone.

Oscar error: they claimed that the deceased was based on the Japanese film, but they were wrong. It’s actually based off a Chinese movie.

I would like to write about how did Guillermo del Toro stole the best foreign language film of the year, but that would be self-evident.

Clint Eastwood should wear his glasses.

The JC Penny ad you live famous scenes from cinema in the past was among my favorites of the show.

George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg presenting Martin Scorsese with the best director is the way to do it. Talk about surreal. And Jack Nicholson waiting for the wing to congratulate him? Marty couldn’t write it any better.

Peter Sciretta,
/Editor of the film

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