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2013 Academy Award Winners

Posted February 24, 2013 11:59 PM by Webmaster

OscarsIt was a night of laughs, great honors and big surprises at the 85th Academy Awards, with Oscars going to a wide array of strong, worthy films. The most notable winner of the evening, though, was Argo, which took home Best Picture, Best Editing and Best Adapted Screenplay. Life of Pi also earned four statues, Les Misérables three, and Django Unchained, Lincoln and Skyfall two each.

Many of tonight's nominated films and Oscar winning-standouts are either available on Blu-ray or already available for pre-order. The winners and nominees are as follows:

    Best Picture

    • Winner: Argo
    • Amour
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild
    • Django Unchained
    • Life of Pi
    • Lincoln
    • Les Misérables
    • Silver Linings Playbook
    • Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Director

    • Winner: Life of Pi, Ang Lee
    • Amour, Michael Haneke
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild, Benh Zeitlin
    • Lincoln, Steven Spielberg
    • Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell

    Best Actor

    • Winner: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
    • Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Hugh Jackman, Les Misérables
    • Joaquin Phoenix, The Master
    • Denzel Washington, Flight

    Best Actress

    • Winner: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty
    • Emmanuelle Riva, Amour
    • Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild
    • Naomi Watts, The Impossible

    Best Supporting Actor

    • Winner: Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained
    • Alan Arkin, Argo
    • Robert De Niro, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Master
    • Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln

    Best Supporting Actress

    • Winner: Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables
    • Amy Adams, The Master
    • Sally Field, Lincoln
    • Helen Hunt, The Sessions
    • Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook

    Best Cinematography

    • Winner: Life of Pi, Claudio Miranda
    • Anna Karenina, Seamus McGarvey
    • Django Unchained, Robert Richardson
    • Lincoln, Janusz Kaminski
    • Skyfall, Roger Deakins

    Best Editing

    • Winner: Argo, William Goldenberg
    • Life of Pi, Tim Squyres
    • Lincoln, Michael Kahn
    • Silver Linings Playbook, Jay Cassiday and Crispin Struthers
    • Zero Dark Thirty, Dylan Tichenor and William Goldenberg

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    • Winner: Argo, Chris Terrio
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild, Lucy Alibar and Benh Zeitlin
    • Life of Pi, David Magee
    • Lincoln, Tony Kushner
    • Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell

    Best Original Screenplay

    • Winner: Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino
    • Amour, Michael Haneke
    • Flight, John Gatins
    • Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola
    • Zero Dark Thirty, Mark Boal

    Best Foreign Language Film

    • Winner: Amour, Austria
    • Kon-Tiki, Norway
    • No, Chile
    • A Royal Affair, Denmark
    • War Witch, Canada

    Best Animated Feature Film

    • Winner: Brave
    • Frankenweenie
    • ParaNorman
    • The Pirates! Band of Misfits
    • Wreck-It Ralph

    Best Documentary Feature

    • Winner: Searching for Sugar Man
    • 5 Broken Cameras
    • The Gatekeepers
    • How to Survive a Plague
    • The Invisible War

    Best Documentary Short Subject

    • Winner: Inocente, Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine
    • Kings Point, Sari Gilman and Jedd Wider
    • Mondays at Racine, Cynthia Wade and Robin Honan
    • Open Heart, Kief Davidson and Cori Shepherd Stern
    • Redemption, Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill

    Best Costume Design

    • Winner: Anna Karenina, Jacqueline Durran
    • Lincoln, Joanna Johnston
    • Mirror Mirror, Eiko Ishioka
    • Les Misérables, Paco Delgado
    • Snow White and the Huntsman, Colleen Atwood

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling

    • Winner: Les Misérables, Lisa Westcott and Julie Dartnell
    • Hitchcock, Howard Berger, Peter Montagna and Martin Samuel
    • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Peter Swords King, Rick Findlater and Tami Lane

    Best Production Design

    • Winner: Lincoln
    • Anna Karenina
    • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    • Life of Pi
    • Les Misérables

    Best Original Score

    • Winner: Life of Pi, Mychael Danna
    • Anna Karenina, Dario Marianelli
    • Argo, Alexandre Desplat
    • Lincoln, John Williams
    • Skyfall, Thomas Newman

    Best Original Song

    • Winner: "Skyfall" from Skyfall, music and lyric by Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth
    • "Before My Time" from Chasing Ice, music and lyric by J. Ralph
    • "Everybody Needs A Best Friend" from Ted, music by Walter Murphy, lyric by Seth MacFarlane
    • "Pi's Lullaby" from Life of Pi, music by Mychael Danna, lyric by Bombay Jayashri
    • "Suddenly" from Les Misérables, music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, lyric by Herbert Kretzmer and Alain Boublil

    Best Animated Short Film

    • Winner: Paperman, John Kahrs
    • Adam and Dog, Minkyu Lee
    • Fresh Guacamole, PES
    • Head over Heels, Timothy Reckart and Fodhla Cronin O'Reilly
    • Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare, David Silverman

    Best Live Action Short Film

    • Winner: Curfew, Shawn Christensen
    • Asad, Bryan Buckley and Mino Jarjoura
    • Buzkashi Boys, Sam French and Ariel Nasr
    • Death of a Shadow, Tom Van Avermaet and Ellen De Waele
    • Henry, Yan England

    Best Sound Editing

    • Winners (Tie): Skyfall and Zero Dark Thirty
    • Argo
    • Django Unchained
    • Life of Pi

    Best Sound Mixing

    • Winner: Les Misérables
    • Argo
    • Life of Pi
    • Lincoln
    • Skyfall

    Best Visual Effects

    • Winner: Life of Pi
    • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    • Marvel's The Avengers
    • Prometheus
    • Snow White and the Huntsman




















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Blu Titan
  Feb 25, 2013
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Well deserved win for Argo!

rollinwith26s
  Feb 25, 2013
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My only complaint is Brave.

tonylopez
  Feb 25, 2013
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This is the first year where I actually feel like all the winners actually deserved it.

Brad1963
  Feb 25, 2013
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Jennifer Lawrence over Emmanuelle Riva or Naomi Watts? I don't get it.

EricJ
  Feb 25, 2013
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RALPH

WAS

ROBBED!

blu-robertfrederick
  Feb 25, 2013
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I was super suprised but super happy that Ang Lee won for best director but BEYOND HAPPY for Tarantino. gotta love him

spanky87
  Feb 25, 2013
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Naomi Watts in The Impossible > Lawrence in SLP
LordRaymond
  Feb 25, 2013
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I still can't believe that Argo won best picture.
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nolfoc
  Feb 25, 2013
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Wreck it Ralph should have won it for best Animation, and also David O. Russell for best director, everything else i pretty much agree with
johnnytf
  Feb 25, 2013
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another year where the academy got it wrong. Argo was good but not really a memorable film. Amour, Zero Dark Thirty, and The Master were head and shoulders above the rest. It's one thing to thrill an audience, it's an entirely different matter to have them come out of the theater with lingering thoughts for weeks.
scarface16
  Feb 25, 2013
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Most happy about:

Quentin Tarantino - Best Original Screenplay
Christoph Waltz - Best Supporting Actor
Skyfall - Best Sound Editing & Best Song
Jennifer Lawrence - Best Actress

The rest was pretty disappointing (still can't believe Life of Pi won Best Director & Best Cinematography).

cynatnite
  Feb 25, 2013
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Disagreed with Brave. I thought Emmanuelle should have won in Amour. I was happy to see Ang Lee win. Life of Pi is a very underrated movie.

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deepbreathsanddeath
  Feb 25, 2013
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Brave only won because it's Pixar's first fairy tale and introduced us to a new princess. It's fair to say that it's ridiculous that it won though. Brave better than Frankenweenie, ParaNorman & Wreck it Ralph? I can believe it's better than Pirates! Band of Misfits, and I'm not saying Brave is a bad movie... It just was nowhere near as good as Wreck it Ralph. I also think it wasn't even in the same league as Frankenweenie and ParaNorman but that's probably a personal thing. There's no good reason it should've beaten Wreck it Ralph though.
Just Me
  Feb 25, 2013
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Given the liberties Argo took with the truth, I was disappointed to see it win Best Adapted Screenplay. Glad to hear that Tarantino won for Original Screenplay, however.
(I'm afraid I didn't watch the broadcast. To say I'm not a fan of Seth Macfarlane would be an understatement…)

the revelator
  Feb 25, 2013
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Was happy with almost everything! Especially Ang Lee winning for Life of Pi!

Joaquin Phoenix is the winner in my books, but DDL was fantastic as well!!

JeremyBuh
  Feb 25, 2013
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Extremely happy for Anne Hathaway & Jennifer Lawrence, both did so great in their roles.

Les Mis was one of the best movies i have ever seen, and i just watched Silver Linings Playbook the other day, didn't think i would like it at first but it was surprisingly great.

Also happy for Tarantino & Ben Affleck, obviously Directing is his strong suit.

Also, as much as Daniel Day Lewis deserved the oscar, i cant help but feel bad for Bradley Cooper who gave an absolutely amazing performance in SLP, as someone who suffers from uncontrollable Bi-Polar it was amazing to see how well he brought it to the screen.

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Tony K.
  Feb 25, 2013
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Kinda' sad Roger Deakins still hasn't won an Oscar yet. I thought that silhouette fight in Skyfall was the most amazingly shot sequence I'd ever seen; very artsy, stylish, and graceful, but still with a sense of brute power, grit, and subtle rage. One of these days, Mr. Deakins, you'll get yours...

dannalexcon
  Feb 25, 2013
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Not too many sympathy votes this time which is great. Tarantinos win was the best moment of the evening for me and Daniel Day Lewis is the greatest actor of his generation and if he hadn't won for his monumental portrayal in Lincoln it would have been fixed. The Icing on the cake was that Sweden(my homecountry) won for best documentary feature, the excellent Searching for Sugarman by Malik Benjelloul.

yhzmr
  Feb 25, 2013
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No nomination for Ben? He's not exactly a Johnny-Come- Lately. Best Original Screenplay for Tarantino? I like his films but he is the most unashamedly derivative director in Hollywood.

vanscottie
  Feb 25, 2013
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Gotta agree with a lot of you here, "Brave" robbed "Ralph" big time. As for the rest Hathaway is the ONLY thing worthwhile in Les Mis but she was not the best of the bunch, Neither was Lawrence, but she is a great gal I give her that. With Neither Affleck or Bigelow in the running I'll take Ang Lee. I do love Quentin but would have preferred Coppola/Anderson for "Moonrise Kingdom" - which I think was THE Best Film of the year and it should have gotten something. D.D.L. ho hum, was not moved by "Lincoln" in the slightest, in fact ole Abe came off as an annoying weirdo IMHO. I'm quite fine for Argo, and of course they were going to give it to that film. It makes Hollywood come off as a Hero!

I enjoyed the show but the Bond Tribute, very lame, and am I the only one who heard all 5 Bonds were going to be onstage?

Atreyu
  Feb 25, 2013
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I noticed when Tarantino won they mentioned that this was his second win in the catagory and said his first was for Pulp Fiction. When Lee won for best director they said it was his second win in the catagory, but did not mention the name of his first Oscar which was fo rthe film Brokeback Mountain....an oversight????

Poshteh1
  Feb 25, 2013
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Well deserved award for Tarantino, but he got snubbed a nomination for best director! Really thought Leo should have been nominated for best supporting actor, let's hope he eventually gets the recognition he deserves!
insomniac013
  Feb 25, 2013
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Fuckin BRAVE winning over Wreck-It-Ralph is bullshit.

Also, give Roger Deakins all the awards already!
prozacnation1978
  Feb 25, 2013
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Argo winning best pic. Argo was not even in top three of the 9 nominations
Brave winning I thought that movie was very boring
Spielberg should have won best director

deadhatetheliving
  Feb 25, 2013
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Only major gripes about the winners-
Hitchcock not winning best make up.
DDL doesn't need another Oscar.
A tie for Sound editing? WTF. Guess they felt bad for Zero Dark Thirty?

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solarrdadd
  Feb 25, 2013
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my only gripe is that when Jlaw tripped going up the stairs, her dress didn't fly up so we could see what was up under there and was it "blue!" ;-)

mattymoron
  Feb 25, 2013
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I can't believe Cloud Atlas didn't get a make-up nod, and TDKR didn't get one for editing or sound.

PBateman87
  Feb 25, 2013
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I admit I didn't see Life of Pi and it looked like it had interesting visual effects, but Prometheus was visually spectacular so it would have been cool to see that win.

John Brune
  Feb 25, 2013
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Yeah the liberal love in fest was a real treat to sit through. I like how the visual effects people got cut off when their time ran out but Anne Hathaway and Ben Affleck and others got to talk as long as they wanted to. But we got to see Ted and Mark Wahlberg (oh joy) and the cast of The Avengers (oh joy) and tons of other things that ate up too much time but the winners of visual effects didn't get their due. Piss on the Oscars! Friggin popularity contest! George C. Scott was right.
filmczy
  Feb 25, 2013
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It says something when LIFE OF PI wins more awards than ARGO...sorry Ben Ben...keep your Huggies on....

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repete66211
  Feb 25, 2013
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Argo was a good movie, but giving it the Oscar is just self-serving Hollywood bullshit. It starts out saying the CIA messed up in Iran and that we basically deserve to have the embassy stormed, then degenerates into the "white people need to be saved from non-white people" by of all people THE CIA. It was one of the better movies from 2012 but Zero Dark Thirty and Lincoln were both better.

Django won for screenplay? Give me a break. Tarantino's dialog is such shit. Nobody talks like that. And the story wasn't any more believable. And a revenge movie to boot. I liked it a lot but Django is an inconsequential fantasy bloodbath. Oh well, at the much worse Moonrise Kingdom didn't win.

Dreambo
  Feb 25, 2013
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ARGO?...GIVE me a BREAK

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Jowiko96
  Feb 25, 2013
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One of the better oscar telecasts in many years. I have no problems with any of the winners. Would have liked Cloud Atlas to be nominated for makeup, but oh well. Its totally a popularity contest, but still a fun show in the long run. One issue though. Was it only me that using the "Jaws" theme was somewhat rude to kick people off the stage? The Avengers cast talked FOREVER and never kicked them off the stage. :/

Also, a TIE?

JimDiGriz
  Feb 25, 2013
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Stranded with a tiger for company on a raft....yep I bet that happens all the time.

Ridiculous.

Mr. Cinema
  Feb 25, 2013
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@filmczy.

# of Oscars don't mean much. Life of Pi also won more than The Godfather. What matters is which ones you win. I'm sure Argo and WB are happy to have won Picture, Editing, and Adapted Screenplay. The only reason Ang Lee won for Director is because Affleck wasn't on the ballot.
filmczy
  Feb 25, 2013
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...and thank God for that...

ChadFL
  Feb 25, 2013
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The guy who won for visual effects deserved to get run off the stage. The guy cleaarly was going to keep talking all night. I liked how tjey played the Jaws theme really loud to let him know to wrap it up. Of course that didn't work and they finally had to just cut his mic.
24lakers
  Feb 25, 2013
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I was very happy that Lincoln didn't dominate the Oscars (without a doubt one of the most over-rated films in years). Much deserved Oscar wins for Jennifer Lawrence, Quentin Tarantino, and Christoph Waltz...was hoping Silver Linings Playbook would win best picture, but Argo winning was not a surprise. The Academy knew they screwed up big time not nominating Affleck with best director so they had to correct it somehow.

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nathanp
  Feb 25, 2013
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Pretty sure Christoph Waltz is in debt to QT for the rest of his natural life. Also, if I'm not mistaken, I think this was also the first time an actor has won any kind of Oscar under Steven Spielberg, who are we kidding though, DDL could win an Oscar in a Michael Bay movie most likely.

ChadFL
  Feb 25, 2013
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You're right nathanp. I believe Day-Lewis is the first actor or actress to win an Academy Award for acting in a Spielberg film. The guy I always thought got snubbed the worst in a Spielberg film was Ralph Fiennes in Schindler's List. He looked and sounded exactly like the real life monster Amon Goeth.

baheidstu
  Feb 25, 2013
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Fack! The thing I hate the most about the Oscars? Not who wins or who gets snubbed, but all of the armchair quarterbacks griping about who should or shouldn't have won. It's a subjective electoral process, nothing more. Who knows what's in the minds of voters when they pick what they do, I'm sure some people take it more seriously than others, but people do the same thing when voting for president. It's an industry event and I'm perfectly happy for people in the industry to make these decisions and I'm not going to take it personally because my fave films didn't win a shiny trinket.

martymagicman
  Feb 25, 2013
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Seth's song and dance number " I saw your boobs" was probably one of the funniest bits I have ever seen on the Oscars. Sorry Charlize......
They should all remenber that they live a lifestyle most of us can't ever afford and a little humor goes a long way.
Lighten up!

Just Myself
  Feb 25, 2013
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For the haters - Argo f**k yourself!

SIWilson
  Feb 25, 2013
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I agree the Bond collage of clips wasnt much, but what made up for it was seeing and hearing Shirley Bassey belt out the entire song of Goldfinger (not just some lame montage of songs, but the whole thing) and she is 76 years old, and sounds 10x better and more talented than any of the so-called Grammy performers of this year and past... That is an artist, and was the highlight of the show for me. I was hoping to see either TLJ or DeNiro win in supporting actor, but for the most part there were no real surprises.
RICKBONDOO7
  Feb 25, 2013
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Shirley bassey was super !! gave me chills. and Adele was great !! glad she won . skyfall is a great great bond song. 2 wins for skyfall !!!! go british !!!!!! nobody does it better !!!!!

mjcavinder
  Feb 25, 2013
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I didn't really need Michelle Obama at the end.....
mredman
  Feb 25, 2013
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am i the only one that is getting tired of Jennifer Lawrence winning everything?

Chastain DESERVED that award.

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repete66211
  Feb 25, 2013
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Chastain did a fine job but her character didn't have the emotional range the Academy looks for. Basically, if you aren't played someone of the opposite gender or a mentally challenged person you have to spend the whole movie crying or yelling to get the Oscar. That and maybe the "I'm the m-fer that found him" thing was a bit too cute.

Hunk Golden
  Feb 25, 2013
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I liked the Michelle Obama appearance at the end. I think she's the 1st First Lady to do that. Reagan taped an appearance for the show in '81. FDR addressed the Oscars in '41 by radio. I'm pretty sure that's it.

I think it makes the night bigger, grander...so I like it.

Boothill Gunslinger
  Feb 25, 2013
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@Hunk Golden: Buckwheat, er, I mean Michelle Obama, didn't need to be anywhere near the Oscars. That Obama family is getting on my last nerve.

CandyStalker
  Feb 25, 2013
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Nice to see Bond getting some nods for a change. But nothing for Batman or The Avengers?! Fuck those cunts!!!

Michael Dudikoff
  Feb 25, 2013
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I didn't realize how few films DDL has made (28 or so). He takes years off in between. I guess he's said he may take the next 5 years off.

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The Great Artiste
  Feb 26, 2013
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Argo fuck yourself...

LynxFX
  Feb 26, 2013
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"The guy who won for visual effects deserved to get run off the stage. The guy cleaarly was going to keep talking all night."

That guy and everyone at that visual effects company just got fired because the company had to file for bankruptcy. Time for the vfx workers to unionize. They are the backbone of many of these major features now and are treated like dirt.

swansong
  Feb 26, 2013
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For me the telecast was one of the worst Oscars ever. The jokes were rude and mean spirited. We had to fast forward through the bits with the host after awhile, it just got too uncomfortable to watch. There is a fine line with comedy; just because you can doesn't mean you should. The host crossed that line all night. Adele was amazing as usual.

baheidstu
  Feb 26, 2013
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@ Boothill Gunslinger - That is totally uncalled for.

xSCARFACEx
  Feb 27, 2013
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Pixar has only lost two oscars I think Monsters Inc. lost to Skrek and Cars lost to Happy Feet. Thats a great track record.

The moral of the story is release your animated movie the year after Pixar does if you want to Win

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repete66211
  Feb 27, 2013
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@Boothill: You don't have to like the President or his family but you need to keep that racist Buckwheat bullshit to yourself.

JeremyBuh
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Boothill Gunslinger is a racist scumbag


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