"Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure."

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Best Supporting Actor went to Alan Arkin!!!

Told you so!!!
OK, before the winners are announced, here is my final choices. Oscar WILL go to....

Best Pic
Little Miss Sunshine
( This year's nominees are horrible except LMS. There should have been Pan's Labyrinth, Children of Men, United 93, and Dreamgirls. What a mess)

Best Director
Martin Scorsese
(Done deal. I want United 93 director to win, but people are sorry for Martin if not. And if he was dissed again, he would go to rehab)

Best Original Screenplay
Pan's Labyrinth
(because this is the best movie)

Best Adapted Screenplay
Children of Men
(I know it's not critic's prediction, but I can smell)

Best Actress
Helen Mirren
(The most predictable while I want Kate Winslet to win)

Best Actor
Forrest Whitaker
(Peter might sneak in since this could be his last chance in his life)

Best Supporting Actress
Jennifer Hudson
(Done. No Abby)

Best Supporting Actor
Alan Arkin
(Although people expect Eddie Murphy, still this category is unpredictable. Mark Walberg is also possible. But I say Alan)

Best Foreign Language

Best Documentary
An Inconvenient Truth
(And Al Gore will declare his candidacy for the President of the United States. Or just say, "I am glad there was no recount or Supreme Court involvement.")

Best Animation

And I am sure Ellen will be a fabulous host!

Monday, January 22, 2007

Oscar Prediction

It's too obvious and boring, but I have to list my forecast before tomorrow morning's nomination.

Dreamgirls (deserve it)
The Departed (great one)
The Queen (overrated)
Little Miss Sunshine (and should be)
Babel (horrible)

What should be nominated.

Pan's Labyrinth (one of the best)
Children of Men (one of the best)
Little Miss Sunshine
The Departed
United 93 (should win)

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

What???? I think that would ruin the movie...

Paris Hilton Eyed for Mother Teresa Role

Paris Hilton

Film director T. Rajeevnath, who is based in Thiruvananthapuram, India, says Hilton is on his short list to play Mother Teresa in a biopic he's planning about the Nobel Peace Prize winner, who worked among Calcutta's poor with the Missionaries of Charity.

"(Hilton's) features resemble Mother Teresa's," Rajeevnath (said). What a easy choice, huh?

The director told the Indo-Asian News Service he was first impressed by Hilton when he read an article in which she said she'd refused to pose nude for Playboy. I have no idea what is his criteria to choose actress...

According to People (http://people.aol.com/people/articles/0,19736,1179866,00.html)
Maybe I should stop waisting my precious time with reading and posting this kind of garbage while I am too busy with my LSAT!!

Monday, April 03, 2006

Another Conundrum

From Daily News
Has "Hustle & Flow" heartthrob Terrence Howard been waxing poetic over "Memoirs of a Geisha" star Zhang Ziyi? Despite recently being linked to Marc Anthony's ex, Dayanara Torres, the 37-year-old Howard reportedly spent quality time with the 27-year-old Chinese beauty at a resort getaway several weekends ago and now can't stop talking about her. The actor is divorcing Lori Howard, the mother of his three children. Repeated calls to his PR rep were not returned. Ziyi's spokeswoman, meanwhile, told Lowdown, "There is absolutely NO truth to this. Ziyi has been in China working." Yes, well.
When did Avril & Hil became so close????? And when did Hil get more evil looking than Avril used to be??? Conundrum.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

See what I've got correct!!

Best Pic: Crash
Best Direct: Ang Lee
Best Actress: Reese
Best Actor: Hoffman
Best Supporting Actress: Rachel

Best Supporting Actor: Clooney (This should have been the easiest one!!!)

P.S. I thought Jon Stewart did a great job. Next year again?

Saturday, March 04, 2006

Academy Prediction

Best Picture

Brokeback Mountain
Good Night, and Good Luck

Best Director
Bennett Miller Capote
*Ang Lee Brokeback Mountain
Steven Spielberg Munich
Paul Haggis Crash
George Clooney Good Night, And Good Luck.

Best Actor
Heath Ledger Brokeback Mountain
Joaquin Phoenix Walk the Line
*Philip Seymour Hoffman Capote
David Strathairn Good Night, And Good Luck.
Terrence Howard Hustle & Flow

Best Actress
Charlize Theron North Country
(I am rooting for) Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice
Felicity Huffman Transamerica
*Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line
Judi Dench Mrs. Henderson Presents

Best Supporting Actor
William Hurt A History of Violence
George Clooney Syriana
Matt Dillon Crash
Jake Gyllenhaal Brokeback Mountain
*Paul Giamatti Cinderella Man

Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand North Country
*Rachel Weisz The Constant Gardener
Amy Adams Junebug
Michelle Williams Brokeback Mountain
Catherine Keener Capote
Hermione!!!!!!!! Give her Oscar.



Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Stupid kid.....

DETROIT - A 12-year-old visitor to the Detroit Institute of Arts stuck a wad of gum to a $1.5 million painting, leaving a stain the size of a quarter, officials say.

The boy was part of a school group from Holly that visited the museum on Friday, officials say. They say he took a piece of Wrigley's Extra Polar Ice gum out of his mouth and stuck it on Helen Frankenthaler's "The Bay," an abstract painting from 1963.

The museum acquired the work in 1965 and says it is worth about $1.5 million.

The gum stuck to the painting's lower left corner and did not adhere to the fiber of the canvas, officials told the Detroit Free Press. But it left a chemical residue about the size of a quarter, said Becky Hart, assistant curator of contemporary art.

Helen Frankenthaler, "The Bay".

Monday, February 27, 2006

Torino Olympics
In Japan, "tori-no" means "bird's," so they are having Bird's Olympics as Torino Olympics. How damn....


Saturday, February 25, 2006

Biathlon Temptation

I wonder if anybody has ever been tempted to shoot from behind to get medal. I think Cheney should join this, who will easily win.


Monday, February 20, 2006

I had no idea about curling. And even made fun of it. Until I saw team US on CNBC.

At office, we are totally rooting for her, Cassie Johnson of Johnson sisters (Jamie is her sister), even when she was competing with Japanese girls (who are kind of scary).

The Wierdest and the Creepiest and the Bizarrest and the Spookiest people.....

Japan's obsession with camera-equipped mobile phones has taken a bizarre twist, with mourners at funerals now using the devices to capture a final picture of the deceased.

"I get the sense that people no longer respect the dead. It's disturbing," a funeral director told the Mainichi Shimbun newspaper.

At one ceremony several people gathered round the coffin and took out their phones to photograph the corpse as preparations were made to begin a cremation, she was quoted as saying.

"I'm sure the deceased would never want their faces photographed," she said.

But others called it a form of a memento in the modern age.

"Some can't grasp 'reality' unless they take a photo and share it with others ... It comes from a desire to keep a strong bond with the deceased," social commentator Toru Takeda told the paper.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

So this was her dream!!

Israeli-born actress Natalie Portman admires Steven Spielberg for making Oscar-nominated movie Munich, but admits she doesn't
Natalie Portman says she fulfilled a long-standing ambition by shaving her head for the sci-fi thriller "V for Vendetta."

"I was really excited to get to shave my head -- it's something I'd wanted to do for a while, and now I had a good excuse," Portman told reporters at the Berlin International Film Festival. "It was nice to shed that level of vanity for a girl."

However, "I wasn't used to being looked at so much," the 24-year-old actress said. "Walking down the street, I can usually blend in, and people really stare at you when you're a girl with a shaved head."

The star also worried her skinhead look would send out the wrong message.

She revealed: "People will think I'm a neo-Nazi or a cancer victim or a lesbian. But I'm not at all."

Last year, it was revealed Portman was being mistaken for Irish singer Sinead O'Connor after lopping off her locks.
Sinead O'Connor

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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

I don't know if I should feel sorry for him. Maybe not.

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Quote of the day. Go Mr. Brady!

Vice President Cheney accidentally shot a hunting partner over the weekend instead of a bird he was trying to bag, his office said yesterday.

Cheney plugged 78-year-old lawyer Harry Whittington Saturday afternoon on the Armstrong Ranch in Texas, where they were gunning for quail.

"The vice president didn't see him," said ranch owner Katharine Armstrong.

The Humane Society of the United States took a shot at Cheney last night, urging him to find a "less violent form of relaxation." Gun control advocate James Brady, who was paralyzed by a bullet during the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, said, "Now I understand why Dick Cheney keeps asking me to go hunting with him. I had a friend once who accidentally shot pellets into his dog - and I thought he was an idiot."

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Brokeback Penguins!

Male Humboldt penguin pair "Sechs Punkt" (Six Point) and "Schraegstrich" (Slash) cuddling at the Bremerhaven zoo in 2005. Six gay penguins at a German zoo are still refusing to mate with females of the species flown in from Sweden in 2005(AFP/DDP/File)

Six gay penguins at a German zoo are still refusing to mate with females of the species flown in from Sweden in 2005, the zoo said.

The problem was that the female Humboldt penguins have proven too shy in their advances, the director of the zoo in the northern port city of Bremerhaven said.

"The Swedes will not make the first move," Heike Kueck said.

The females were flown in last year in a bid to bring the males to mate and help save the Humboldt species from extinction.

Kueck said last year she was optimistic the initiative would be successful because zoo keepers had noticed that at one point a female penguin had managed to cause a couple of males to "separate".

The zoo has 10 male penguins of which six have shown strong signs of preferring male company and formed couples among themselves.

The initiative to "turn" the penguins and make them mate had prompted a furious response from gay rights groups.

In a statement posted on its Internet website, the zoo on Wednesday sought to defend itself from fresh criticism.

"We will be delighted if the penguins form even one heterosexual couple and manage to produce first an egg, and then a little one," it said.

"But of course we accept the male couples that have formed and we are not trying to enforce heterosexuality, as we were accused of doing last year."

Nat for V

Monday, January 30, 2006

Oscar nominees forecast:

OK, right before Academy nominates best pictures tomorrow morning, I had to predict those. It's almost predictable, but here you are.

Brokeback Mountain
Crash (my favorite)
Walk the Line (also my favorite)
Good Night and Good Luck

So, I guess Munich, History of Violence, Match Point will be all out.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Jacko, I am speechless...


Michael Jackson (L), wearing an abaya, a traditional women's veil and gown, holds the hand of a child as he shakes hands with a shopping mall security agent in Manama, Bahrain January 25, 2006. (Hamad Mohammed/Reuters)

Sunday, January 22, 2006


Heck, Emmy Rossum even played young Audrey Hepburn on TV. Now she just needs to refine that Miss Kitty-Gunsmoke pose. (You mean this?)
Emmy Rossum

No contest: Keira Knightley is queen of the Sparkly Brown-eyed Beauties.

Could Natalie Portman be heir to Hepburn's lofty throne? With her shorn locks and elegant carriage, we think so. (I think so, too!)

Elegant, yes. But Memoirs of a Geisha actress Ziyi Zhang also looks lemon chiffon-o-rrific.

Since the '50s, Belgian-born actress Audrey Hepburn has set the bar for timeless elegance.

p.s. Mary-Kate Olsen does her best Gollum impression before racing off to puke up hors d'oeuvres.

Saturday, January 21, 2006

This news sounds cute, but actually cruel...

TOKYO - Gohan and Aochan make strange bedfellows: one's a 3.5-inch dwarf hamster; the other is a four-foot rat snake. Zookeepers at Tokyo's Mutsugoro Okoku zoo presented the hamster — whose name means "meal" in Japanese — to Aochan as a tasty morsel in October, after the snake refused to eat frozen mice.

But instead of indulging, Aochan decided to make friends with the furry rodent. The pair have shared a cage since.

Aochan, a 2-year-old male Japanese rat snake, eventually developed an appetite for frozen rodents but has so far shown no signs of gobbling up Gohan — despite her name.

The Tokyo zoo also keeps a range of mostly livestock animals, and promotes "cross-breed interaction.

Thursday, January 19, 2006


Nat news, HOW CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Actress NATALIE PORTMAN was stunned when CHARLIZE THERON rushed over to rub her head at a post-Golden Globe Awards party on Monday (16JAN06).

The CLOSER actress is sporting a short haircut after shaving off all her hair last year (05) for her latest film V FOR VENDETTA.

After Theron's pal dared her to touch Portman's regrowth, the Oscar-winner couldn't resist.

Portman says, "Charlize and I have a mutual friend who dared her to come rub my head.

"My hair is growing very slowly because I am a vegetarian."


Monday, January 16, 2006

Tonight's Nat on GG!!


Sunday, January 01, 2006

Seems like I haven't been doing this ranking and reviewing things for forever. So I am summing up all 2005 movies.

Somehow there are lot of Sci Fi and action movies I loved. I haven't seen Constant Gardener and History of Violence which many critics are highly praising, as well as Wedding Crasher which I am sure I will love. So I might change after I see those DVDs.

1. Crash 5+ (By far the best)
2. King Kong 5+
3. Match Point 5
4. Walk the Line 5
5. Sin City 5
6. Batman Begins 5 (not for Katie...)
7. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 5 (That French girl is so HOT!!)
8. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe 5 (I am reading the books, and the movie is even better!)
9. Cinderella Man 5 (Most underrated movie of the year)
10.Munich 5

Pride and Prejudice 5 (For Keira)
The Producers 5
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 5 (For Nat)
Mr. & Mrs. Smith 5 (For Angelina)

North Country 4
Charlie & the Chocolate Factory 4
March of the Penguins 4 (For hungry penguins)
Brokeback Mountain 4
Memoirs of a Geisha 4
Serenity 4
The 40 Year-Old Virgin 4
Hitch 4
Kingdom of Heaven 4

Good Night, And Good Luck 3
Capote 3
Millions 3 (can't remember why I saw this)
The Longest Yard 3
The Island 3 (saw it on the plane and made me liking Scarlet)

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (saw it on the plane and made me sick)

The Ring Two 0 (What can I say.... Naomi said to Samara, "I'm not your f--ing mom!!" Poor Samara.)

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Oh my gooood, she peed??? How cute!

Portman terrified at the Oscars


Portman terrified at the Oscars
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Actress Natalie Portman was so nervous at the Oscars when she was nominated as Best Supporting Actress she wet herself.

The Star Wars star was shocked when her portrayal of a stripper in Closer was shortlisted for an Academy Award, but had no idea she'd be so petrified as the nominees were read out on the big night.

She explains, "I think I peed myself a little bit. I kept thinking, I don't want to go up, I don't want to have to stand there onstage.

"Either you're going to have to talk in front of a gajillion people or you can just sit there."

Portman lost to Cate Blanchett and admits she was relieved she didn't have to tremble through her Oscar speech.

She adds, "The not winning part was a comfort. Maybe one day I'll get to a point where I'll enjoy hearing my name called."

Sunday, September 25, 2005

From NY Dailynews

Just thought Emmy is so cute:) And Paris is pathetic...

No vacancy for Hilton

Here's your Hollywood pecking orderupdate, as of the Teen Vogue party last Tuesday: "Paris [Hilton] wanted Wilmer [Valderrama] to move so she could have his table, but he wouldn't," says a spy at the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel.

Apparently Paris and her buddy Kimberly Stewart had been enjoying a few cocktails.

"Finally, ['Phantom of the Opera' star] Emmy Rossum gave up her table, saying: 'If Paris doesn't sit down soon she's going to fall into the pool.'"

Crisis averted!

Friday, August 26, 2005

Hiya, literally I haven't written since I wrote last time.

Although I doubt anybody is reading this and anybody cares, I will most likely to skip until I will write next time.

Yeah, I know I am getting out of mind thanks to crazy life w/ LSAT. But it's pretty enjoyable and lovely to stick to all day long. Test is Oct 1st. I am not scared.

Anyway, here is my friend Nahomi's blog from Macedonia. Much more organized than my disorganized blog.

So, see ya next time, hope Oct 2nd.

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

OK, basically, there is no surprise. Now my prediction time (I am sleepy.....).

BEST PICTURE (It's Aviator vs M$B)
*The Aviator (will win, w/ Director going to Clint)
Finding Neverland
Million Dollar Baby (One of the best in history!)

BEST DIRECTOR (Again, Aviator vs M$B)
*Clint Eastwood - Million Dollar Baby (will win)
Taylor Hackford - Ray
Mike Leigh - Vera Drake (why this? why not others like Eternal Sunshine??)
Alexander Payne - Sideways
Martin Scorcese - The Aviator (might sweep)

BEST ACTOR (Clint vs Jamie. It used to be locked for Jamie, but because of Clint's nomination, now it's really uncertain... )
Don Cheadle - Hotel Rwanda
Johnny Depp - Finding Neverland (Pirates is better)
Leonardo DiCaprio - The Aviator
Clint Eastwood - Million Dollar Baby (Am glad he is nominated)
*Jamie Foxx - Ray (Still, I guess him)

BEST ACTRESS (Ignore Annette even if it's rematch w/ Hil. Imelda or Kate is more formidable)
Annette Bening - Being Julia (Don't want to see the movie)
Catalina Sandeno Moreno - Maria Full of Grace (Have to see the movie!)
Imelda Staunton - Vera Drake (Movie was boring...)
*Hilary Swank - Million Dollar Baby (Soon-to-be 2-time Oscar winner)
Kate Winslet - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Yay!)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (Tom vs Morgan, but looks career award for Morgan)
Alan Alda - The Aviator (He is like only 15 minutes on the film!!!)
Thomas Haden Church - Sideways (I like him, but will be for next movie)
Jamie Foxx - Collateral (He is NOT supporting (which is by Tom Cruise), but leading!)
*Morgan Freeman - Million Dollar Baby (Never won, so looks honoring him)
Clive Owen - Closer (Most deserving!! Cruelly profane sex beast!!!)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS (Most competitive and unpredictable category. Really I have no clue. Should be Cate vs Virginia vs Nat)
Cate Blanchett - The Aviator (She is Elf queen, after all)
Laura Linney - Kinsey
Virginia Madsen - Sideways (Sideways is losing momentum)
Sophie Okonedo - Hotel Rwanda
*Natalie Portman - Closer (I am not biased! I am hopeful, but it's possible! She can win!)

Sunday, January 23, 2005

From Daily News
Five things you didn't know about Natalie Portman

1. She was born Natalie Hershlag on June 9, 1981 (her mother's birthday) in Jerusalem. Portman, her stage name, is her maternal grandmother's maiden name.

2. Many of Portman's best scenes in "The Professional" (1994), her film debut, were cut. To see the missing 26 minutes, rent or buy the long-version DVD, "Leon: The Professional."

3. Portman is the subject of various songs, including one by Ozma on its album "Rock and Roll Part Three" and another by the Deftones spinoff Teamsleep, as well as an album by Chicago DJ Intel One, "Love: A Tribute to Natalie Portman." She's also pals with Maroon5.

4. In an 11-year career, Portman has been nominated for 22 awards and won three. In 2000, she missed out on a Razzie in the Worst Screen Couple category (with Jake Lloyd) for "Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace." The winners were Kevin Kline and Will Smith ("Wild Wild West").

5. She has made two films apiece with Ashley Judd, Lukas Haas, Julia Roberts, Jude Law and Philip Seymour Hoffman, and has been directed twice by Mike Nichols, in "Closer" and Chekhov's play "The Seagull."

Monday, January 17, 2005

Who is Hot or Not?

Nat, who was stunned by her unexpected win.
Charlize, the BEST of the night!!
Emmy, so cute. But she is 7?
Nicole, what's that on the sholder? Peacock?
Kate, bit too black...
Another Kate, ummm, hole on the tummy.
Scarlett... she really needs stylist, as always.
Garner, which looks same with Elektra!!
Hil is the coolest.

Time to sleep...
GG Watch 2
Hmmm, pretty well divided.

Best Picture - The Aviator
Best Picture - Comedy - Sideways (as predicted)
Best Actress - Drama: Hilary Swank (Yay!! As predicted, will get Oscar!)
Best Actor, Drama - Leonardo DiCaprio (Nobody expected)
Best Actor, Musical Comedy - Jamie Foxx, Ray (will get Oscar)
Best Director - Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby (which is best fit for Oscar)
Best Song - Alfie (Mick Jagger baby!)
Best Score - The Aviator (Howard Shore, Precious!)
Best Screenplay - Sideways
Best Foreign Film - The Sea Inside (Good for Oscar!)
Best Actress - Comedy - Annette Bening, Being Julia
Best Supporting Actor - Clive Owen, Closer (YAY!)
Best Supporting Actress - Natalie Portman, Closer (YAY YAY YAY!)

Sunday, January 16, 2005

Golden Globe Watch

As of 8:08: I can't be more excited!!!

Clive for Best Supporting Actor & Natalie for Best Supporting Actress!!! Gloden rocks!

Friday, January 14, 2005

Having see 2 more movies after I made the top 10 in 2004, I had to really update my favorite 10. You can see the order is totally mixed up since last one, but I don't actually care other than 1 & 2. What kind of ranking is that!?

1. Million $ Baby (Still the best! Hilary for Oscar in 2005! Hillary for President in 2008!!)
2. Phantom of the Opera (Sorry, I may lose my credibility about my reviews, but I have
addiction to musical. And Emmy Rossum is cute!!)
3. Eternal Sunshine of spotless Mind (Still confusing, which is why ranked here?)
4. Dogville (People must see how good this movie is! Nicole & Paul!)
5. Sideways
6. Finding Neverland (California Attorney is finding something in Neverland;p King of Pop soon to be arrested??)
7. Closer (Do I have a bad taste? Clive Owen is by far the BEST actor in 2004!!)
8. The Sea Inside (Best foreign movie although I haven't seen Flying Daggers or Maria Full of Grace or Very Long Engagement)
9. Notebook
10. Motorcycle Diaries
11. Ray
12. Hotel Rwanda
13. Bourne Supremacy
14. Aviator
15. Troy
Movie Review No. 42
The Sea Inside (Rating: 5)

It's depressing, but very beautiful & positive way. Another great movie in 2004 about a person who can't move below the neck (I won't talk about which movie as it will spoil the story).

Javier Bardem as Ramon is Oscar-worthy as claimed by many people. Also other actors are as good as him. Scene and music are beautiful.

Why it's showing only at one theatre in NY, I do not know. It's shame on the distributor!

Sunday, January 02, 2005

Oscar Prediction (as of Jan 2, yeah, it's Sunday morning... what am I doing...) I will later predict again once nomination is announced on Jan 25.

Sideways (might win)
Million Dollar Baby (should win/will win)
The Aviator (no way!)
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (as surprise nomination)
Finding Neverland (I LOVE this!)
(Ray may replace Neverland)

Clint Eastwood - Million Dollar Baby (should win/will win)
Alexander Payne - Sideways (might win)
Martin Scorsese - The Aviator (overrated)
Marc Forster - Finding Neverland (loved by many people)
Mike Nichols - Closer (hated by too many people...)

Clint Eastwood - Million Dollar Baby (should win)
Jamie Foxx - Ray (will win)
Paul Giamatti - Sideways (might win)
Johnny Depp - Finding Neverland (better in Pirates though)
Leonardo DiCaprio - The Aviator (no chance)

Hilary Swank - Million Dollar Baby (should win/will win)
Imelda Staunton - Vera Drake (just crying & depressing)
Kate Winslet - Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (Double nomination!)
Catalina Sandrino Moreno - Maria Full Of Grace (haven't seen, but looks emerging)
Emmy Rossum - Phantom Of The Opera (she has hope for next time)

Thomas Haden Church - Sideways (will win)
Clive Owen - Closer (should win)
Morgan Freeman - Million Dollar Baby
Rodrigo De La Serna - The Motorcycle Diaries (who knows)
Freddie Highmore - Finding Neverland (ha ha, but can't come up with anyone else)

Virginia Madsen - Sideways (will win)
Kate Winslet - Finding Neverland (should win, tens of thousands of people cried!)
Natalie Portman - Closer (I WISH!!!)
Cate Blanchett - The Aviator (kind of weird)
Sharon Warren - Ray (my favorite acting as Ray's mom)

Saturday, January 01, 2005

Movie Review No. 41
Phantom of the Opera (Rating: 5)

OK, I have to say, screw the critics who gave terrible reviews to it. They are the people who don't see musical or who think they know musical. Anyway, I don't see musical at the theatre or know musical, but I enjoy it very much. The music never flies away from my ear. The leading girl is so cute!!!!!!!!

But I was so annoyed by kids who got so bored from the begging that they kept yawning, eating, drinking, running, chatting... Do not bring kids to musical! I am not dissing them, but their parents are torturing them!!

Anyhow, I am sure it will not nominated for Oscar unlike Moulin Rouge or Chicago, but the girl might be for leading actress.

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