Sunday, February 26, 2012

Candidates oscar

  • There are no sure things when it comes to the Academy Awards, but front-runners always emerge.
  • (Tucson Citizen)
  • Money pouring in to prop up candidates that hardly seem the best but gain voters Warning: I have yet to win an Oscar pool.
  • (Economic Times)
  • Hugo is beloved by the Academy, so Martin Scorsese could conceivably win his second Oscar tonight. But Michel Hazanavicius, who directed The Artist, seems pretty much unstoppable.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • Oscar campaigning should not be allowed, period. Too often, the Academy Award goes to the candidate with the best publicist, not the one with the most merit. Cynicism, not enthusiasm, is the sentiment the Oscars generate the most.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • This years crop of Oscar movies are mild indeed. One film critic finds the movies nominated for Academy Awards hold a lot in common with the candidates -- small men reflecting a diminished America.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • Instead, director Michael R.
  • (Daily Beast)
  • The Los Angeles Times' interactive Oscar Senti-Meter attempts to measure both by analyzing It is something of a dark-horse candidate. As one tweet put it: "The Tree of Life was a beautiful and poetic film, but so exasperating.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Stephen Spielberg's War Horse opened on 2,376 movie screens and has collected six Oscar nominations he received nearly a million votes as the Socialist candidate for President.
  • (AlterNet)
  • If one word could describe the overall tone of the five candidates this year, it would be "poetic." Especially lovely are "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr.
  • (Washington Post)

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