I know I’ve said I was gonna skip the Oscars and boycott earlier in the past but I think I changed my mind. I’m probably gonna end up watching it anyways this Sunday ’cause I’m pretty curious on who the “Best Picture” award is gonna go to. The three top choices that the “Best Picture” award could go to either: “Hacksaw Ridge”, “Moonlight” or “La La Land”. I haven’t seen all of the “Best Picture” nominations at the Oscars this year. The only movies I’ve seen out of the “Best Picture” nominees were “Arrival” and “Hell or High Water” but I haven’t seen the rest of them. “Arrival” and “Hell or High Water” are both excellent movies but I don’t think they’re gonna win at all. “Hacksaw Ridge” has a pretty good chance but I doubt that will win ’cause that film is too “patriotic” and it’s about “war” which will be too much for liberal Hollywood to handle. So my bet the “Best Picture” award will probably go to “Moonlight” or “La la Land”. The film “La La Land” is probably gonna get it.
If “Hacksaw Ridge” ends up getting “Best Picture” after all then that would be amazing and shocking. If “Hacksaw Ridge” wins, no doubt it will spark a backlash by liberals and the MSM ’cause of Mel Gibson. They would rip him to shreds if Mel Gibson won “Best Picture” for his film. Liberals would go, “Oh, how could the Academy reward a man who had a past with alcoholism and anti-semitism” blah blah blah blah. You get the deal. If “Hacksaw Ridge” wins, liberals would be outraged again.
The Oscars is gonna suck and no doubt, it will be full of liberal politics and Trump bashing for sure. I’m curious on who’s gonna get the Best Picture award.
I’m not even interested in the movie “La La Land” so I probably won’t see that one at all. Just doesn’t look interesting to me. Just another typical musical movie nobody really cares about. I will get around to seeing “Hacksaw Ridge” though ’cause that movie does look really good. I love Mel Gibson movies. Yeah Mel has a lot of problems in real life but love him or hate him, you can’t deny that he is a talented man. He’s a good director and good actor too. He made some great films over the years especially “Braveheart”, “The Man Without a Face”, the Mad Max trilogy, the Lethal Weapon series, etc. I wish Mel Gibson good luck this weekend ’cause he’s gonna need it.