watching what happened
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Didn’t see your Lebowski-themed caption before I posted mine. Great minds?
I believe that’s: “Oh! My nose!”
“This show treats objects like women, man!”
“Stay out of Malibu, Ashton! Stay out of Malibu!”
I like to spread the love around, and it was a tossup between what i liked and what I think the academy will vote for. I went with me.
The Social Network
Colin Firth–The King’s Speech
Natalie Portman–Black Swan
Best Supporting Actor
Christian Bale–The Fighter
Best Supporting Actress
Helena Bonham Carter–The King’s Speech
David Fincher–The Social Network
Best Original Screenplay
Best Adapted Screenplay
The Social Network
Best Foreign Film
In a Better World (Denmark)
Best Animated Film
Toy Story 3
Eve Stewart (Production Design); Judy Farr (Set Decoration)-The King’s Speech
Roger Deakins-True Grit
Jenny Beavan-The King’s Speech
Exit through the Gift Shop
Jon Harris-127 Hours
Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo and Ed Novick-Inception
Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley and Peter Bebb-Inception
Snakes in a Tank
I’ll upvote an obscure movie I had to watch in French class that one time; why not.
A Slight Breeze
I’ll find the door.
Except LA Story, because Steve Martin.
I walked out of Weekend at Bernie’s 2. Which I nominate, though it’s late in the evening and no one will see.
Very late to the comment thread, but how good is that show! I watched the original Israeli version which was great, too. Season three is amazing, especially the Friday 5:00 appointments.
Who has a “You’ll shoot your eye out!” Gif?
It was just a vehicle for Dennis Leary to be Dennis Leary. Not that I mind that per se, but that movie was terrible and I second the nomination!
I’m too old for this comment.
I agree with Bad Santa.
I tried to watch it on three separate occasions and got 15 minutes in and had to turn it off.
Speaking of spells they should have… Why a haicut with scissors, wizards? Amiright?
Glad I made this call last week.
Hillary Swank was in the Aviator with Richard Gere who was in Pretty Woman with Julia Roberts who was in Ocean’s 11 with Matt Damon.
I had real feelings of “Pete’s right” at so many points in this episode. Then I hated myself for feeling that, cause yes, “shut up, Pete.” Then I thought about it, and Pete is right, 4 million dollars is so many dollars. It’s even more dollars in 1965. The lucky strike guy was right. It’s not personal, it’s business.
When I watched this, my jaw dropped. How old do you have to be in England before your dad beats you over the head with a cane for dating outside of your race?
I attempted the first 7 minutes of this show and had to give up.
*23 minutes earlier* it still wasn’t interested.
*11 days earlier* I changed the channel.
these guys don’t think so.
I hope that once we’re through a few expository episodes, things will get good. I didn’t know the people well enough to understand what was happening with the liquor and the stealing and the deer and the trees.