Emotionally more endorphin releasing however if you keep dolphins in your brain those are slaves that's why you got it get loose let it flow let the universe know
That you're good to go because baby God rentcha' did I mention
I'm back from a certain place
Oh! JK JK please tell us is it in space?
Time doesn't exist in heaven there are however more dimensions then they have here
JK JK is it true you brought some of them back with you?
I CANNOT TELL A LIE
I NEVER GHOSTED ANY GIRL
And now I'm going to look up what that means
Just the way it was insinuated when they said oh that James Rhyme he's so full of himself
I learned many things when I was Fred
1 witch is a person is not just himself
So baby I'm telling you you Bare it we will share it. I never slept a mick just to get a girl to at least birthday girl me
people here are sick you know there are others competing and they're doing a better job
Kelly Ripa is as hot as she wants to be
Her hand is like a shark's win
Baby God rentcha
A place in heaven
you guys aren't going to believe what it's like that's why I don't like talking about it
I'm programmed to tell the truth
Mathematically speaking Taylor Swift kind of decide to fish or cut bait if you no longer just be her hardest man when she really demands that jcream
Yeah I'd like to make a home now
She's already got a house in every state you can catch us walk-in are schnoodles maybe after the honeymoons
In light of this unexpected turn, and with just over two months until the ceremony, Variety reports that the Academy is scrambling to find a solution, even considering going without an official host altogether. In recent years late night hosts have been the go-to for Hollywood’s biggest night, but the Academy is worried about anyone potentially too “edgy,” while at the same time concerned that someone safe could continue the trend of low ratings. The answer may lie in utilizing the A-list roster of talent on hand for the night, and featuring actors and actresses doing something “buzzy” to throw to commercials. Presumably the idea will be better fleshed out in the Board of Governors meeting set to take place Tuesday night.
While most Oscars ceremonies have been presided over by a single host, this wouldn't be the first time in the awards show's 90-year history that a bevy of stars split the hosting duties. Ten shows were hosted by three or more people from 1956 to 1987, with the longest streak of team hosting events occurring from 1972 to 1977. Most of these ensembles included a mix of hosting vets, comedians, actors and performers - such as the 47th Oscars hosted by Sammy Davis Jr., Bob Hope, Shirley MacLaine and Frank Sinatra. They also threw together some truly strange groupings, like Liza Minnelli, Dudley Moore, Richard Pryor and Walter Matthau for the 55th event.
Should the Academy fail to find a satisfying solution to the current crisis, there's still a precedent - five shows have gone on without an official host, most recently in 1989. Of course, the main job of the host is to entice people to tune in, and then to keep them entertained enough to keep watching. With the debacle of the proposed popular film Oscar earlier this summer, the Academy is clearly willing to try any means necessary to increase viewership. Perhaps this controversy, and the potential “new” hosting style will be the answer the Academy has been looking for.
Sunshine Cleaning (2008)
• Amy Adams is so versatile and is completely underrated in my opinion. It’s a shame she’s been snubbed by the Academy numerous times, including the controversial nomination snub for Arrival.
🎥 'CARAS Y LUGARES', de Agnès Varda, Jean René (FRANCIA, 2017) 📆 Hoy, lunes, 29 de octubre 📍 En Cinesa El Foro 3D 🕣 19:30 y 22:00 horas 📌 90 min. Documental. 🎬 Colaboración entre la veterana directora Agnès Varda y el artista gráfico urbano y fotógrafo JR (Jean René), un joven francés conocido por sus impactantes obras visuales que consisten en enormes intervenciones gráficas en calles y tejados de diversas ciudades de todo el mundo. 🏆 Premios
2017: Premios Oscar: Nominado a mejor documental
2017: Festival de Cannes: sección oficial (fuera de concurso)
2017: Festival de Toronto: Mejor documental
2017: National Board of Review (NBR): Mejores documentales del año
2017: Círculo de Críticos de Nueva York: Mejor documental
2017: Críticos de Los Angeles: Mejor documental
2017: Asociación de Críticos de Chicago: Nominada a Mejor documental
2017: Premios Independent Spirit: Mejor documental
2017: Premios César: Nom. a Mejor banda sonora original y Mejor documental
Hacksaw Ridge is a masterpiece. The acting, the plot, the directing, everything about this film amazes me. The plot is fantastic, I love films based on a true story, and this one is about WW2 soldier Desmond Doss, who refused to carry a weapon into war, because of a vow he made to God, and saved 75 people on Hacksaw Ridge. Andrew Gardfield is one of the best actors around, and definitely should have won the Oscar instead of Casey Affleck. His acting is so emotive, so sincere, and really connects with the audience. Teresa Palmer is such an underrated actress, she is great and should get more recognition. Although she's not in it much, she is amazing, she is such a likeable character and really adds to the story. Hugo Weaving is pheonomenal as Desmond's dad. He really shows the effects of war, on the soldier and their families. It was great seeing Vince Vaughn in a Drama rather than a Comedy and he was fantastic. He provided comic relief but really surprised me how well he can act. Again, Sam Worthington surprised me because I sometimes don't like him in film, but not in this. Mel Gibson's directing is genius. Obviously I wouldn't know, but I think he really captures the essence of war, and it is one of the most realistic depictions I have seen. He really deserved that Razzie Redeemer Award. It is such an inspiring film, and I cry each time I watch it. I love the interviews with the real people at the end, putting real faces to the characters, and adds another layer of emotion. Absolutely fantastic movie, and if you haven't seen it, go watch it now.
FAVOURITE ACTOR: Andrew Garfield
RATING: A+, 10/10
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