Awards Part 6

Martin Scorsese gives a special award to Steven Spielberg. As we watch Spielberg clips, I realize- I think I like all of his movies. I'd have to see A.I. again to verify that statement.

Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman announce Best Director- Danny Boyle, Slumdog Millionaire.

Sigourney Weaver shows clips from Revolutionary Road, directed by Sam Mendes, which might explain why it looks like his American Beauty circa 1950.

Sandra Bullock announces Best Actor Musical/Comedy- Colin Farrell. He zipped on past a congratulatory Ralph Fiennes (and Ralph was snubbed in Kate Winslet's The Reader speech as well...he must not be well liked?).


Salma "I think they're fake" Hayek introduces clips from Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

Sacha Baron Cohen tries to be funny, but he is close to being booed after referring to Guy Richie as Madonna's assitant. Did Angelina just clap extra hard for Burn After Reading because she saw she was on camera?

Vicky Cristina Barcelona wins. Woody ain't there.

Two Indian actors introduce clips to Slumdog Millionaire.

Cameron "the joker" Diaz and Mark Wahlberg announce Best Actress Drama- Kate Winslet again. She pulls out another piece of paper. Oy.

She decides not to use her paper, and then tells the monitor she is not wrapping up. She gives a looooong speech.

Blake Lively and Rain Wilson announce Best TV Series Drama- Mad Men.

Susan Sarrandon announces Best Actor. She has had great work done. I'm assuming she's had something.

Mickey Rourke wins. Sean isn't there anyways (although he was at the Critics Awards a few days ago.)

The screen went to black. Hmmm. Mickey is at the point of thanking Axl Rose...and his dogs. Time to wrap up Mickey.


I think the last award is Best Picture Drama, which will be Slumdog Millionaire.

Outta here.

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