[crowd goes bananas]
Here’s ‘The Scoop’:
“…[The Oscars are] still a show that’s meant to represent the best that the film industry has to offer.”
Roll that back, Courtney Hazlett. In your “bold” [quotation marks indicate sarcasm] refutation of would-have-been Oscar-telecast-producer Brett Ratner’s idiotic, bigoted remarks, you not-so-boldly spit-polish the ceremony that in 2006 bestowed its ultimate award not to the excellent movie about two same-sex cowboy lovers but instead to the cartoonish depiction of racism that might’ve meant something in like the 1860s as “meant to represent the best”?
(And don’t even get me started on the Munich rub. How f-ing good is Munich? Several jet-skis better than Crash, I can tell you that much.)
No one’s hands are clean, here…lady who makes her income writing something called ‘The Scoop’.
How much did that cost you— Nothing?
How much did you and/or your family and/or your friends spend to see ‘Paranormal Activity 3’ this—
WAIT. WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?
Bam—did it again. You owe everyone who does not directly profit from the motion-picture industry in America between 7 and 26 dollars.
Are you honest-to-bananas going to remain silent while Warner Bros. calls dibs on a “reboot”?
I find the motion picture industry to be confusing.