Monday, March 13, 2023


 Well unless your head is up your fat stinky ass......the oscars were last night ......and as we all know its  hollywood's  satanical gathering  of the super  fucked up wealthy cunts who have never had to really work for a living and  whom mostly end up in rehab ....dead with drugs ......suicide  ......or something  which will kill them ........

Unless you are an empty headed horse raper's basically a celebration of  the people who  are owned  by the illuminati and  have to  donate   with their souls or blood .......... or  something .........hey i am not  denouncing the illuminati....... or would i ever...........i agree ........ you want the spoils ........ya got to spill some blood..........  either yours ......or  a humans ......or disembowel someone for  shits and giggles a ta  party.....(somewhere in an island......epstien).............or high top mansion in the hills know what hills ......(don't shake your fucking head like you do not know ,,,,)....... ......not sure ask the scorpions drummer .........he did is he says ........basically thee oscar's is a  celebration of  self defecating ,,,,,,,,  self loathing ........  ass licking on a  rich grand scale ........look at the soles on their  shoes  ........(red) .....if you do not  know  what it means........  you dont know...... shite/shit/dookie/stuff/things/badshit...........

You have to understand this is awards for acting  ......and these  are the best this is  a show  of  complete  bollocks........... and  a  yearly  birthday  party.......... for the  enlightened  ones .....they go to go !!!!!!(and i heard the party favours are outsanding .......( you could ask stanley keubrick ......but he  has left the building ....)'s  a membership  drive .......we need  them .......who are them/they.........if you don't  know you should  they run shit  ........anyways i only watch it for tits and  clits ..........

everything Everywhere' emotional wins, a Disney commercial, Colin Farrell and 'Naatu, Naatu': Highs, lows and head-scratchers of the 2023 Oscars

·Senior Writer, Yahoo Entertainment
Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, Rihanna and Jimmy Kimmel (Photo: Getty Images)
Jamie Lee Curtis and Everything wins, Rihanna performs and Jimmy Kimmel brings Banshees of Inershirin's donkey back to life. (Photo: Getty Images)

If there's a universe where Everything Everywhere All at Once didn't dominate the 95th Academy Awards, we wouldn't want to live there. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert's madcap multiversal adventure took home seven statues on Hollywood's big night, including Best Picture, Best Director and a history-making Best Actress win by Michelle Yeoh — the first Asian actress ever to take home that prize.

Expertly emceed by returning host Jimmy Kimmel, the 2023 ceremony wasn't exactly filled with surprises — Everything Everywhere was the odds-on favorite in virtually every category it won — but it didn't lack for moving speeches and great reunions... like seeing the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom gang in the same room again nearly four decades after that 1984 blockbuster. Moments like that made up for occasional missteps like the part of the night where the Oscars suddenly morphed into a Little Mermaid commercial. Here's our recap of the highs, lows and head-scratchers of the 2023 Oscars.

HIGH: The Everything Everywhere All at Once cast were everywhere 

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: In this handout photo provided by A.M.P.A.S., Best Actress and Actor in a Supporting Role winners for
Everything Everywhere All at Once co-stars and fellow Oscar winners Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis after their winning their statues. (Photo: Al Seib/AMPAS via Getty Images)

Talk about accuracy in movie titles. The Everything Everywhere All at Once cast won almost every acting award in sight with Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis and Michelle Yeoh all taking home statues for their performances in the indie blockbuster. And they each delivered memorable acceptance speeches to boot, with Quan calling his win "the American Dream" and Curtis memorably shouting out her Scream Queen origins on the same weekend that Scream VI dominated the box-office charts. Meanwhile, Yeoh's "dream big" message in her moving speech really was our everything.

HIGH: Jimmy Kimmel really mastered those ceremonies

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: Host Jimmy Kimmel speaks onstage during the 95th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Jimmy Kimmel speaks onstage during the 95th Academy Awards. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Third time was the charm for Jimmy Kimmel, who put memories of Envelopegate to rest at last with a steady turn as the host of the 95th edition of the Oscars. Smoothly moving past last year's Slap in his opening monologue, the late-night host kept the patter light and funny — with the exception of an ill-advised Robert Blake joke — and the evening moving, even during the now-standard mid-show slowdown. Somewhere, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are smiling.

LOW: The Little Mermaid commercial wasn't part of our world

HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 12: Melissa McCarthy and Halle Bailey at the 95th Academy Awards in the Dolby Theatre on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
The Little Mermaid co-stars Melissa McCarthy and Halle Bailey at the 95th Academy Awards. (Photo: Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

You may have forgotten that ABC is owned by the Walt Disney Company... but the Mouse House sure didn't. Disney took advantage of being the home of the Academy Awards by interrupting the ceremony with an extended bit of promotion for the upcoming live action adaptation of the 1989 animated classic The Little Mermaid. First, stars Halle Bailey and Melissa McCarthy took the stage to talk up the Rob Marshall-directed movie, and then introduced an all-new trailer that featured familiar tunes paired with special effects that were notably less than special. Personally, we prefer it when the commercials are saved for the commercial breaks.

HIGH: The musical performances had us singing and dancing

Dancers perform 'Naatu Naatu' from
Dancers perform "Naatu Naatu" from RRR onstage during the 95th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. (Photo: PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images)

Alexa, play "Naatu Naatu." The breakout musical number from the breakout Tollywood hit RRR electrified the Oscars with a performance that got the crowd clapping in time with the performers. But that wasn't the only memorable music moment from the ceremony: former Talking Head David Byrne and his hot dog fingers took the stage alongside Stephanie Hsu and Son Lux for "This Is a Life," from Everything Everywhere All at Once; Lady Gaga returned to the Oscar stage for the first time since her barnstormer Bradley Cooper duet to belt her Top Gun: Maverick anthem, "Hold My Hand"; and Rihanna brought the house down with the Chadwick Boseman-dedicated Wakanda Forever song "Lift Me Up."

LOW: Winners of color didn't always get to finish their thoughts

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: (L-R) Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga accept the Best Documentary Short Subject award for

All Oscar winners are theoretically granted 45 seconds to accept their statues and thank their collaborators. But Twitter noticed that some winners eked out more time than others. Case in point: The Indian women behind the Best Documentary Short winner, The Elephant Whispererswere hurriedly played offstage by the Oscar orchestra, while the white British directors of the Best Animated Short champ, The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and the Horse, were able to wrap up their speeches uninterrupted. At least Yeoh wasn't played off during her speech — we know what happens if you try to do that.

HIGH: Colin Farrell was this year's Jack Nicholson

HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 12: Colin Farrell answers a fan question posed by Jimmy Kimmel at the 95th Academy Awards in the Dolby Theatre on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

For years, Jack Nicholson reigned as the Oscar king from his front row seat at ceremony after ceremony. But with the veteran actor out of the public eye, other performers have taken over that role. This year, the crown passed to Colin Farrell, who was front and center throughout the whole night and gamely played along with everything and everyone who came his way. Whether fielding fan questions or greeting his (fake) donkey co-star from The Banshees of Inisherin, the Irish actor was the feckin' life of the party.

LOW: Hugh Grant was in a mood

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: (L-R) Andie MacDowell and Hugh Grant speak onstage during the 95th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Andie MacDowell and Hugh Grant speak onstage during the 95th Academy Awards. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Hugh Grant is known for having a prickly personality, but he was pricklier than ever during his time at the Oscars — starting with a divisive pre-show appearance where he had a frosty exchange with model Ashley Graham, who was anchoring the white carpet for ABC. Later on, he took the stage with his Four Weddings and a Funeral co-star Andie MacDowell to present the Best Production Design Oscar and compared his appearance to a "scrotum." Are we sure he wasn't doing a Method performance to prepare for Paddington 3?

HIGH: A big-screen Indiana Jones and Short Round reunion feels like Destiny

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: Ke Huy Quan (R) accepts the award for Best Picture for

Call it (the dial of) destiny: Indiana Jones himself, Harrison Ford, presented his former kid sidekick Quan and the rest of the Everything Everywhere All at Once crew with their Best Picture statue. Meanwhile, the director who put the dynamic duo together for their Temple of Doom adventure — Steven Spielberg — watched them proudly from the crowd. Quan shared backstage that during one of the commercial breaks, the just-crowned winner "ran up to Steven Spielberg, and he gave me a big hug. He put his arms around me, and he says, 'Ke, you are now an Oscar-winning actor.' And hearing him say that meant the world to me, and I still could not believe it." We're making our prediction now: Short Round will be in the fifth Indiana Jones movie... through the magic of reshoots.

LOW: Angela Bassett forever

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: Angela Bassett attends the 95th Annual Academy Awards on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
Angela Bassett attends the 95th Academy Awards on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, Calif. (Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

The Wakanda Forever star came this close to doing the thing — i.e., winning the Best Supporting Actress statue — only to hear Curtis's name called instead. In that moment, Bassett's disappointment was both palpable and understandable, and Twitter felt the loss right along with her. Fortunately, her Black Panther co-star Michael B. Jordan made a point of lifting her up as both he and Jonathan Majors called out their "auntie" from the stage while presenting the Best Cinematography award. At times like these, it's a shame that all the nominees can't be winners.

HEAD-SCRATCHER: A gone-too-soon star was omitted from the In Memoriam segment

Portrait de l'actrice Charlbi Dean lors du photocall de
Triangle of Sadness star Charlbi Dean at the Cannes Film Festival in May. (Photo: Laurent Koffel/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

The sudden death of Triangle of Sadness star Charlbi Dean last August made international headlines ahead of the film's release. Apparently, the Oscar producers didn't read those headlines as the 32-year-old actress was notably absent from the annual "In Memoriam" reel highlighting talented performers and artisans that passed away in the last year. Dean's absence was all the stranger given that her movie was up for multiple nominations, including Best Picture. Someone at the Academy has some explaining to do.

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