All the following pics are from The Guardian! The comments are mine, now when I’ve seen a lot of the nominated movies. I haven’t seen Argo, yet, but I’ll review it separately, if it will be that astonishing. Anyway, it seems that the cast of Argo was awarded. The critics say it’s a strong sign for Oscars, which might be true for some of the awards, precisely four, The Best Actors and The Best Supporting Actors, both genders, since they are voting again, plus “actress” Beyonce, the Presidential and Royal Family performer.
I’ve started with a Red Carpet pic, because it included one of my favorite actors, lately, at least.
The Winner are as follow:
- Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
- Actress: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
- Supporting actor: Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln
- Supporting actress: Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
- Cast: Argo
- Stunt ensemble: Skyfall
Jennifer Lawrence was too young for Oscar when she was a nominee in her first movie, Winter Bones? I don’t know, the challenge was much higher then. Portman was pimped everywhere, I don’t know how people aren’t sick still. She’s becoming famous after The Hunger Games, and now it seems, she have a challenge just in Jessica Chastain, the Globe receiver.
Excellent act, in an excellent movie. I’m sure Lincoln will be much appreciated.
This is the Oscar, in my humble opinion. Yet I have to see Argo, isn’t it? I’ve heared of people who doesn’t like Hathaway. They are misguided. It’s not a matter of tastes. I don’t care if Timberlake of Biel, or others don’t stand her because she’s too talented. Oh, I forgot the last overnight hit, Gordon-Lewitt who declared something wrong after the third Batman. Who …. is this guy who fill the screens lately more than Nic Cage? What has he to show?
The cast is perfect, who said Affleck is a douche, exaggerated. He just wasn’t that much into the real story, but for the artistic act. He slipped the moment when the real CIA agent struggled to read the prompter before Goodman presented the movie at the Globes. Forgetting to mention or to “thank” George Clooney, the guy with the finger in all pies lately, was not the end of the world. I liked The Town , so the guy knows what he’s doing.
- Actor in a movie or miniseries: Kevin Costner “Hatfields & McCoys”
- Actress in a movie or miniseries: Julianne Moore, “Game Change”
- Actor in a drama series: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”
- Actress in a drama series: Claire Danes, “Homeland”
- Actor in a comedy series: Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”
- Actress in a comedy series: Tina Fey, “30 Rock”
- Drama series cast: “Downton Abbey”
- Comedy series cast: “Modern Family”
- Stunt ensemble: “Game of Thrones”
Life Achievement: Dick Van Dyke, the unforgettable partner of Julie Andrews.
My last picture is with a couple who hasn’t won the day before yesterday, but it’s a great accomplishment for both of them. I wasn’t a fan. I liked them both in their performances.
Following, is a video with the opening of the ceremony. Enjoy it and be kind!
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