I’ve stayed away from watching the Oscar awards for the past several years. Why? Simply because they’ve gone too political lately. I’ve been boycotting the Oscars for a long while and decided to watch last night. I was a little worried that the Oscars would go political again this year. They did go “political” but not as bad as in the past. Spike Lee talked trash about Trump even though he didn’t bring up Trump’s name but the Trump bashing wasn’t that bad last night. It was a pretty calm show for the most part.
I was surprised the Oscars opened the show with Queen performing. That was actually great. I’m a huge fan of Queen but not a huge fan of Adam Lambert fronting them, though. Don’t like Adam’s singing but Queen performed good.
I wanted to watch the Oscars last night ’cause I wanted to see if “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse” was going to win Best Animated Picture (which it did) and wanted to see if “Green Book” wins Best Picture (and it did). I’m glad Mahershala Ali won for his role in “Green Book” too. I’m also happy for Remi Malek for winning for “Bohemian Rhapsody” as I also loved that film. The winners went to the right people and I was happy how the results turned out to be.
As for the live performances go, I loved Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga performing together. I thought that was really great and I do love the song “Shallow”. I have the “Star Is Born” soundtrack on my Ipod. It’s a great soundtrack.
The Oscars proved last night that they don’t need a host to run a show. While it wasn’t a bad show last night, the fashion on the celebrities seem to be getting worse each year, though.
I haven’t watched the Oscars in a long while and it was interesting to see how the Oscars are now.
I’m just happy that “Green Book” won BEST PICTURE and glad “Black Panther” didn’t get it. That’s the best thing that happened at the Oscars last night. “Green Book” really was a great film and it is Best Picture worthy. I saw that film in theater and loved it. Plan on getting the film on Blu Ray soon ’cause it comes out on Blu Ray next week on March 5th. I’m definitely picking up a copy.
I thought the Oscars was pretty good last night and they’re slowly getting better. Glad I watched.
While I despise award shows and don’t watch ’em anymore, I was actually happy with the winners this year at the Golden Globes. I’m glad “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Green Book” got the most attention at the Globes last night. I saw both of these movies in the theater and LOVED both of them. Both were really good so all the awards these two movies won were well deserved.
Now on with the Oscars… will “Bohemian Rhapsody and “Green Book” get the most nominations? Probably. It’ll be interesting to see which film at the Oscars this year will win Best Picture. I haven’t watch the Oscars in the last several years… haven’t watched the Oscars in a long time but I’m actually thinking about watching this year. Why? I want to see which of these two movies will get the Best Picture win. It’s tough to predict which film will get the Best Picture win ’cause both of these movies are really good. Yeah, I loved the “Green Book” movie as I thought that film was fantastic.
You should see both of these films too when they come out on BluRay/DVD.
Yesterday afternoon, I saw the “Green Book” movie. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about this movie and it looked interesting to me so I went to see it for myself. I thought it was a very good movie. It was pretty amazing really and I was really impressed with it. It’s definitely one of the best movies of this year for sure.
This is a drama/comedy film about friendship and it’s also a road movie as you can see. There’s a lot of road movies out there but this one of the best road movies I’ve seen in a long time. This is a film about a nightclub bouncer who’s looking for work while the club he worked at closed down for a while due to renovations. This nightclub bouncer whose name is Tony Lip (played by Viggo Mortesen) just didn’t want to stay home and do nothing and he just wanted to keep working. Tony gets hired to be a driver for a black man who is a virtuoso pianist by the name of Dr. Don Shirley (played by Mahershala Ali). Don Shirley is about to go on tour for his piano playing and he wants Tony to be his driver. They go down South for the tour. At first they had a hard time getting along for the first half of the movie and the second half, they became really close friends. Since these two are on the road, they will of course experience quite an adventure and they will experience a lot of ups and downs while on tour. There will be a lot of funny moments and a lot of emotional moments. This movie is taking place during the early 60’s so it will be taken place during the times of the segregation, back in the times when blacks weren’t accepted in this country.
I thought this movie was well done overall. Great writing, great acting, great directing and great cinematography as well. Of course, I was impressed with the film’s leading stars, Viggo and Mahershala. I think those two are going to get Oscar nominated for sure. Will this film get “Best Picture” nomination as well? Hopefully and I think it will. There are plenty of buddy movies out there but if you want to watch a real buddy movie, see this one. This movie had a lot of heart and it really showed you what friendship between two men is all about. A lot of times, two men who are best friends with each other first met by not getting along at first. I think this film can relate to every man in this country for this reason. I certainly made friends with other guys by not getting along with them at first. Happens with everybody. That’s how friendships grow.
I thought it was a beautifully made movie. It was perfect. Hollywood certainly doesn’t make movies like this anymore. After all the popcorn movies and action flicks full of CGI, it was refreshing to finally watch a serious movie like this. I love serious drama films and we need more of them.
Go see “Green Book” before it stops playing. You won’t be disappointed at all.