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I've been invited to an Oscar party on Tuesday night (when the Oscars are broadcast on the Armed Forces Network in BF) and I have to dress up as a celebrity. The hosts have promised an actual red carpet with small children posing as paparazzi. (Have I ever complained that life in BF is boring?)

All the guests were invited to vote so here's my list of choices. Please keep in mind that I have not seen any of the nominated movies.



And just for fun from the Roger Ebert website:





Liberal movies of 2005





2005's 10 Best 'Conservative' Movies





The Liberal Guilt Awards!





Best actor: Terence Howard

Supporting Actor: Matt Dillon

Best actress: Felicity Huffman

Supporting actress: Catherine Keener

Animated feature: Wallace & Gromit

Art direction: Harry Potter

Cinematography: Memoires of a Geisha

Costume Design: Pride & Prejudice

Directoring: Ang Lee

Documentary: March of the Penguins

Documentary Short: God Sleeps in Rwanda

Editing: ?

Foreign language film: Paradise Now

Makeup: Chronicles of Narnia

Original music: ?

Original song: ?

Best picture: Brokeback Mountain

Animated short: ?

Live action short: ?

Sound editing: ?

Sound mixing: ?

Visual effects: Narnia

Adapted screenplay: Constant Gardener (enjoyed the book)

Original screenplay: Crash
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On March 3rd, 2006 12:04 pm (UTC), mynuet commented:
I find it interesting that, of the three articles you linked, the only one that Ebert chose to add derisive commentary to was the conservative one.
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On March 3rd, 2006 12:49 pm (UTC), ticklethepear replied:
"Media Bias in Film Reviews" - sounds like a fun topic for your next paper!
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On March 5th, 2006 08:35 pm (UTC), mynuet replied:
Eh. I generally try to keep my political views relatively discreet in class, lest it aversely affect my grade.
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On March 6th, 2006 08:48 am (UTC), ticklethepear replied:
Urgh. So much for "academic freedom."
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