Conglaturations to Kathryn Bigelow for winning Best Picture, and Imma let her finish, but Quentin Tarantino made one of the best movies of all time. Hurt Locker was a good movie that could be watched once and be enjoyed, but I've seen Inglourious Basterds at least fifteen times and I still enjoy it. Hurt Locker doesn't stand to repeated viewings because after the audience knows where the bombs are it isn't suspenseful. Basterds was the better film, but I'm still releived that Cameron didn't win! So good job Kathryn Bigelow, I hope you continue to have a great carreer.
Now I'm going into super-bitch mode, mostly due to Twilight. Conglaturations to Stephanie Meyer for creating the worst books ever written. She's attained a following of girls around the world that only read crap, but I still respect her. But just because Twilight is so gaddamn popular right now doesn't mean that I want to see it everywhere in the entertainment industry! To get to the point, during the Oscars there was a ceremony to respect the Horror Genre, my favorite type of movies, and they had it presented by
To conclude this review I just want to say one final thing. When Kathryn Bigelow went to receive her Award for The Hurt Locker they showed the other nomination's reactions. Tarantino had a smile on his face and applauded enthusiastically, as he probably assumed he would get snubbed on another Oscar; the other directors were also excited and applauded Bigelow on her win. The camera cuts to James Cameron and we see him with a scowl on his face and shaking his head. Bad sportsmanship on his part and I have lost lots of respect for him. First he ruined cinema with Avatar, now he's acting like a childish prick. Good job Mr. Cameron.
Rating: 5/10 (Very average--Hosts weren't that great either--very little star power from presenters--Taylor Lautner)