Just finished watching the Academy Awards and I’m here to present my personal nominations from the 2008 Oscars.
Best Looking Presenter:
a very nervous, but smoking hot Katherine Heigl
Animated Film That Didn’t Win But Should Be Seen And Is Recommended Even Though It’s About Surfing Penguins:
Movie I’ve Never Heard Of With Most Nominations:
La Vie En Rose
Most Obvious Product Placement:
Best Bad Guy of 2007 That Totally Deserved His Award:
Most Overlooked Movies:
Across The Universe
The King Of Kong
Most Underwhelming Lack of Emotive Acceptance Speech(es):
Joel & Ethan Cohen
Number of People I Recognized In The Death Montage:
Movies I Really Need To See Now The Oscars Reminded Me What I’ve Missed:
The Diving Bell & The Butterfly
There Will Be Blood
Lars and The Real Girl
Into The Wild
Charlie Wilson’s War
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Bonus Fun: Name who played each of the original roles.