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I love music. I play bass, electric bass, and piano; I used to play alto saxophone and violin. My dream is to become a film composer, and I currently spend the small amount of time that I'm not on Funnyjunk composing music on Noteflight-
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Been on FJ for about 5 years, almost 3 as a user. I used to be an avid and fairly popular poster, getting FP pretty often and even making the fad of Infomercials as well as the channel- but now I'm just a lurker.
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Fuck her for following her conscience even though it didn't harm anybody. Fuck her straight to Hell.
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Did you see the part where it took twelve years to make? Because that part where it took twelve years to make was awesome.
(Honestly though I saw the movie and hoo boy that felt like one hell of a gimmick. Maybe I'm just a cynic but I don't want to lavish praise onto a movie for being patient when I could be lavishing praise on a movie for being good. Boyhood went head-to-head with Birdman and whilst Boyhood was a nice idea for a biopic Birdman was an intelligent half-satire, half-statement-of-purpose to the entire idea of film-making and acting and Michael Keaton definitely won the year.
However, whilst I say Birdman is better it was still a Hollywood thing and I think Hollywood is ultimately a good thing.
Even though Keaton lost the Oscar
FUCK YOU ACADEMY, REDMAYNE? THAT FUCK WINS? GG WP
I don't put any stock into the Oscars anymore. The problem is they only give out one award per category, but film is such an absurdly diverse and subjective genre of art that a single award just doesn't do it anymore.
What I think would be more relevant and ultimately better for the sake of history would be to give awards to several films/actors that best represent that year in film. Not just to the best films/actors, but also to the ones that are the most defining. As it is now though the Oscars are just trash. Do we need an Oscar to know that Leo Decaprio as Calvin Candy is one of the best performances (both technically and practically) that the Western Genre has ever seen? To know that Candy is a painfully, even shamefully visceral parody of all of the worst parts of that largely romanticised time in American history? Do we need an Oscar for that? Fuck no! What do we need Oscars for these days? Not a fucking thing.
I'd like to FUCK the Academy right in its pompous, over-hyped anus!
To be honest I still have faith in the system for the most part, and I was still rather pleased with the Oscars from this last year (Not counting the Redmayne win). I thought for sure that pretentious 12 year "masterpiece" Boyhood was going to take home most of the awards since it already received a bunch before that. And it ended up with I think 1 maybe? So if they can avoid stroking themselves over an Oscar bait movie like that, I think they can still maintain their integrity into the future.
That being said though, yeah I totally agree with your points. Though I would argue that even nominating someone in the first place kinda implies that they were top of the line, it still sucks that some actors work their whole life for Oscars and only get the nominations.
The simple act of grading any kind of art is absurd. It's why I don't have any single 'favourite' works, and why I don't bother with making 'Top Tens' because to act like you can grade the quality of something against something else objectively is nonsense to a certain degree.
There are certain tiers of art near the top where you can tell which piece of art belongs in which spot. Which art is high-art and which art is just really, really, really good. But trying to decide which is the best in the high-art and the best in the really, really, really good art is nonsense because they're so different and have such widely differing qualities.
If you ask me The Dark Knight is an average film that is elevated to greatness by Heath Ledger and lowered to laughability by Christian Bale. So how do you rate the film? Do you rate it as a vehicle for Heath Ledger, whereby it would be scored very highly? As a dumb film with a stupid batman, getting it a far lower score? Or as an overall product, where it would score wouldn't reflect Ledger enough but would give far too much credit to Bale?
Similarly, how do you reconcile the single greatest plothole in movie history, the fact that nobody was around Kane to hear him say 'Rosebud'? For different people that can make or break the film for them.
It's so freaking subjective that to say definitively who was/wasn't the best is a nearly impossible task. Everything changes from person to person. Their views on how to score the Dark Knight, their views on how to score Citizen Kane. To give a 'Best in show' is just absurd.
And what happens if the best work of an actor's career comes out one year but on the same year a continually magnificent actor pulls out a fantastic bit of acting that isn't even their best work? Who deserves it more? The underdog at his best or the uber-dog at his mid-range? Should it even matter what went on behind the scenes and who put the most effort in when viewing the end product?
If the one-off guy gets the Oscar does he get labelled as a charity case? If the uberdog gets the Oscar is he a robbing bastard?
I detest it. The Oscars are not a proper representation of the best that the actors or the years have to offer and the thought that the Oscars are worth anything is just fucking laughable to me.
yea but the movie sucked, I didnt like it
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No, it WAS terminal. He didn't just think it was terminal, it WAS
Well, he start to recover, but neglecting chemo and breathing the toxic fumes of Crystal Meth could be counterproductive to his survival. He also died of a gunshot, not cancer.
It was inoperable, he was never going to recover
Just because the cancer is inoperable doesn't mean it can't be cured by chemotherapy. He went into remission and looked good and healthy until he stopped chemo, mostly due to his situation. Then he went into hiding for over a year.
It's never once mentioned in the show that it was uncurable, apart from Walter's uneducated guesses. All the experts in the show pointed to promising results.
thank you shashashanasha
I can live easily now after this post
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