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I'm aleady rehearsing for tonight.

"And the winner is Brokeback Mountain,Gustavo Santaollala!"

*puts face in hands and cries*

K.M.

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Acctually the more I hear of Brokeback Mountain the more I think that it's got an incredibly good theme.

Justin - Certain there must be something medically wrong with himself.

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I have to be up at 8 tomorrow too... :mrgreen:

I'm home early, though, so I could try and get some sleep in the afternoon.

Hmm... I guess it all depends on how well I sleep tonight. I don't think I'll stay up until the moment it starts (which'll be at about 2 a.m. or something).

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Yeah, I used to watch it on Pro7, as well (that's right, no voiceover). Now I don't have it anymore, but a friend of mine -- who couldn't care less about the Oscars -- is taping it for me.

ROTFLMAO

Hell, I'm gonna watch it live -- the whole thing is being broadcast in a movie theater near me (Metrokino). This time JW's gonna win an Oscar, so I'm not gonna miss it! LOL

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ohhh,there playing Memoirs of A Geisha over the End Credits of the Billy Bush Red Carpet Special.

George clooney won best supporting.Maybe it won't be a gay sweep after all.There's even a musical score for the acceptance speeches.

K.M.

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EXCELLENCE IN VISUAL EFFECTS - King Kong

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE - Wallace and Gromit: the Curse of the WereRabbit

Dolly Parton is up singing now

btw who is conducting the orchestra?

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT - Six Shooter

BEST ANIMATED SHORT - The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation

BEST COSTUME DESIGN - Memoirs of a Geisha

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Apart from Clooney's win, this has been a dull ceremony. Jon Stewart has been a great host so far though.

Also, it is sad to say, that with Sith's loss in best make-up, no Star Wars film will ever be eligible to be nominated or win an Oscar ever again. The fact that JW did not get a single nomination for his three brilliant prequel scores is just sad.

Here's to hoping that JW takes it home. It looks like he may have a chance since Brokeback is 0-2.

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BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - Rachel Weisz

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT - A Note of Triumph

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE - March of the Penguins

BEST ART DIRECTION - Memoirs of a Geisha

They showed JW at his seat!

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Does this now mean that Brokeback has lost Best Picture (hence picking up this as a "consolation")?

no,it means the voting members mostly hate Williams.that's what I'm beginning to think

K.m.

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