Sunday, March 5


It's Oscar Night...So That Means Everyone from Roger Ebert to a Random Crackwhore who lives under the 101 Freeway is talking about their "Oscar Picks." So why should I be any different? (especially because I love movies & crack)

BEST PICTURE: "Brokeback Mountain" - Sure everyone talks about about the amazing romance between the two main characters but the thing that really won me over in this picture was the moustaches. I haven't seen such expert use of moustaches since Magnum P.I.

BEST ACTOR: Terrence Howard, "Hustle and Flow" - Winning an Oscar is all about catering to the Academy's sensibilities by portraying something they understand. Terence Howard's portrayal of a a southern, rap loving, woman beating, pimp in the throes of a mid life crisis is totally up the Academy's alley. Didn't Lawrence Olivier win for the same thing in '41?

BEST ACTRESS: Felicity Huffman, "Transamerica" - Talk about having balls...Felicity Huffman is so convincing as a man in Transamerica I think she should have been nominated in the Best Actor Category. (Yowza, That's an Old Timey Joke!)

SUPPORTING ACTOR:Matt Dillon, "Crash" -Matt Dillon is excellent in Crash but personally I think the Academy totally overlooked by his superb performance in Herbie: Fully Loaded. I mean c'mon, you try acting with a car!

SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Michelle Williams, "Brokeback Mountain" -Michelle Williams is a true method actress not only did she marry and have a baby with Heath Ledger in the film but she also did it in real life, talk about commitment to a role. "Suck it Rachel Weisz", I don't want to hear from you until you marry Ralph Feinnes and then mysteriously die, just like you did in Constant Gardner, now that's acting!

DIRECTOR: Ang Lee, "Brokeback Mountain" - Not impressed by Ang Lee? Just wait until he finally admits at the Academy Awards that Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhall were both totally CGI like the HULK. He's a genius.

And of Course The Shoe-in For the night for Sound Editting: Terry Porter, Dean A. Zupancic and Tony Johnson "THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE" - After seeing that film I left thinking one thing...The Sound Editting was FUCKING GREAT!


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