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    Colin Firth be still my heart!

    and Meryl !! well deserved!

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    I wanted Viola Davis to win but I love Meryl Streep.
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    Wow, Tom Cruise gets to present the final award of the night.
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    Wow, Tom Cruise's agent worked overtime for him this year!

    My sentimental favorite is Hugo, but I think The Artist is a sure thing thing year.
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    Was Hugo good? It didn't really get that much buzz but it looked interesting.
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    And it goes to "The Artist".

    I haven't seen several of the films, but from everything I've heard it seems well deserved.

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    Yeah, I'm fine with it. I didn't see all of the nominees, though I do plan to check out a couple later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCL View Post
    Yeah, I'm fine with it. I didn't see all of the nominees, though I do plan to check out a couple later.
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    No one does.

    I knew that was Penelope Ann Miller up on stage. I didn't know she was in The Artist. Last thing I saw her in was CSI:NY. Cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCL View Post
    Was Hugo good? It didn't really get that much buzz but it looked interesting.
    I LOVED Hugo. If you can see if in the theater and in 3D, do it! This is coming from a person who doesn't see movies in 3D because they make me motion sick. I told my mom (who also doesn't see movies in 3D and for the same reason) to go see it in 3D and she loved it and said she was glad she took my advice. I thought it was absolutely magical! Visually stunning and beautifully acted. Plus, I'm a history nerd and a Francophile, so I was in heaven!

    Sweet that Thomas Langmann got to pay tribute to his farther, Claude Berri, who directed several of my favorite movies!
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