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    Ewan McGregor melts my heart when he speaks! I <3 him!
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    I like both Brad and Angelina. I'd rather see them in the spotlight than so many other no-talent idiots (the entire Kardashian family, to name a few). At least they seem to use their fame for good.

    Moneyball is in my Netflix queue. I should get it sometime in April. I find Jonah Hill completely irritating and untalented, but I've heard so many good things about the movie, that I'll watch it anyway.

    I'm really happy for Michelle Williams. She's always seemed like a lovely, normal person who cares more about the work than the fame. She could have gone a totally different route after DC, but she chose projects and roles that helped her learn her craft rather than bring in tons of money. It's sort of what Depp did after 21 Jump Street.

    Ewan McGregor

    50/50 was really good - I highly recommend it even if you don't like Seth Rogan. I heard the seating was so tight this year - I guess because there are so many ensemble movies - that Anna Kendrick couldn't come to the awards ceremony tonight. Kind of a bummer. I thought she was terrific in the movie.
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    Loved William H. Macy and his Desperate Housewives wife (Felicity) singing.
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    I am still stunned that The Descendants was co-written by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, along with Alexander Payne. Jim Rash, for those who can't quite place the name, plays Dean Pelton in Community.
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    Felicity and WHM = LOVE

    Best Supporting Actress - TV.....

    Jessica Lange. Shocking. I thought sure Maggie Smith would win it. I haven't seen American Horror Story, so I don't know if she deserves it or not.
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    Jessica Lange won for King Kong? Seriously? Why?

    Jessica needs a stylist. I don't care that she's looking older, but she's looking a bit messy, and the dress really does nothing for her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tilden View Post
    I guess I don't mind him as an actor--I'm just sick of hearing about him and his wife and his brood constantly. If he were just acted, I'd be fine with it, but I don't need to hear about them constantly.
    Same here.I am not Fan of Pitts acting but I hear Moneyball is a great movie


    Him and his brood are so 5 years ago.LOL

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    [QUOTE=Critical;4413697]Felicity and WHM = LOVE

    Really, someone needed to pep this thing up, and they were funny.
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    Should have been Maggie fantastic Smith!!
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    Madonna still acts as well as she ever did.
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