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(no subject) [Jan. 28th, 2006|12:03 am]
Um..whats wrong with livejournal?
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Golden Globes 2006 [Jan. 16th, 2006|11:07 pm]
Best Dramatic Film: Brokeback Mountain
Best Musical/Comedy Film: Walk The Line
Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain
Best Dramatic Actor: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Capote
Best Dramatic Actress: Felicity Huffman, Transamerica
Best Musical/Comedic Actor: Joaquin Pheonix, Walk The Line
Best Musical/Comedic Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk The Line
Best Supporting Actor: George Clooney, Syriana
Best Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener
Best Screenplay: Brokeback Mountain
Best Score: Memoirs Of A Geisha
Best Song: Brokeback Mountain
Best Dramatic TV Series: Lost
Best Comedic TV Series: Desperate Housewives
Best Dramatic TV Actress: Geena Davis, Commander in Chief
Best Dramatic TV Actor: Hugh Laurie, House
Best Supporting TV Actor: Paul Newman, Empire Falls
Best Supporting TV Actress: Sandra Oh, Grey's Anatomy
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(no subject) [Jul. 23rd, 2005|10:03 am]
I am worn out.
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(no subject) [May. 10th, 2005|10:50 pm]
Could I have had a better birthday?! :)
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(no subject) [Apr. 19th, 2005|11:34 pm]
[Current Music |It Might Be You- Stephen Bishop]

All shows start at 8 with a matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2.

It's really great. Pentucket Players shows are the best around...come see for yourself. And I'm Asian in it! (Or what the Aryans would consider Asian..;-) )

I'm so hungry. I want a banana.
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(no subject) [Apr. 12th, 2005|06:36 am]
You scored as Mean Girls. You value money and clothes more than real love and friendship!


Mean Girls


Charlies Angels


The Notebook


Legally Blonde


A Cinderella Story


What Chick Flick is just like Your Life?
created with QuizFarm.com</table Hahahahahaha.
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(no subject) [Mar. 30th, 2005|10:44 pm]
Senior Year Classes (So weird to say!)

English 4 H
Creative Writing
Comm. Workshop
Algebra 2 CPB
Environmental Science
Italian 3 H
Musical Theater 2
Business Marketing
Film Study Workshop
Wellness 12
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(no subject) [Mar. 24th, 2005|09:58 pm]
I heart Marissa Miller. She's a nice breath of relief.
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(no subject) [Feb. 22nd, 2005|10:24 pm]
Oscar night is only a few nights away and I've pretty much seen all of the movies I can....Therefore....

If I could choose the winners on Oscar night 2005.....

Best Picture-

"Million Dollar Baby"

Clint Eastwood has crafted a wonderful and intimate movie about the relationship between a female boxer and her trainer with one man narrating from the sidelines. The film is captivating and emotional. The last 20 minutes will stay with you all day. Out of the nominees, it is truly the most emotionally touching and powerful film.

Films overlooked for Best Picture:
Closer: A fascinating look at relationships and the falsity of love.
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind: A truly original and romantic love story.
Hotel Rwanda: A powerful and emotionally gripping tale of a modern day holocaust in Africa.
The Phantom Of The Opera: A wonderful, touching and grand musical that got a rough break.

Best Director-

Martin Scorsese: "The Aviator"

Although he should have won for "Goodfellas" or "Taxi Driver", "The Aviator" is one of Martin's most ambitious projects yet and he pulls it off with great style and flair. It is a vastly epic movie with a large scope, and it takes a strong director to make it work. I loved the choices he made with "The Aviator" and it truly is his time to win an Oscar.

Best Actor-

Clint Eastwood: "Million Dollar Baby"

Clint Eastwood forms a hardened character who manages to truly fall in love with his trainee and take her under the wing. The relationship they form is real and palpable. The love he feels for Maggie comes off so well on the screen. Throughout the movie, Eastwood's character undergoes a transformation completely and his final choice at the end of the film is tragic and redeeming.

Best Actress-

Kate Winslet: "Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind"

Kate Winslet performs the best role she's had yet. In portraying the wacky and vulnerable Clementine, Winslet not only pulls off the character's mood swings and crazy behavior with ease, but becomes someone else. Everyone knows a person like Clementine. She is the heart and soul of "Eternal Sunshine." Her performance is truly not acting. It is one of the hardest things an actor can do: it is another person on screen. A crazy yet loveable person who's portrayer finally deserves an Oscar (This is her 4th nomination.)

Actresses overlooked for a nomination:
Emmy Rossum: "The Phantom Of The Opera". She embodies a young, confused, teenager with nothing but the expressions on her face. A wonderful job.
Uma Thurman: "Kill Bill, Vol. 2". Uma was given one of her best roles yet and deserved some attention for Kill Bill.
Julia Roberts: "Closer". One of her best performances. She WAS that insecure woman and at times I forgot it was "JULIA."

Best Supporting Actor-

Thomas Haden Church: "Sideways"

Church paints a portrait of a sad, lonely, unable to grow up man who just wants to satisfy his "plight" a week before his wedding. Everyone knows a man who just cannot let his youth go and Church pulls it off well. I got everything about this man's past through his actions in one week. As much as I hated the movie, Church was the brigtest spot of it and he pulls off a great, comedic performance which the catagory is made for.

Actors overlooked for a nomination:
David Carradine: "Kill Bill". A sinister evil man which you cannot help but love. Embodied perfectly through Carradine's performance.
Mark Wahlberg: "I Heart Huckabees." A truly funny performance.

Best Supporting Actress

Sophie Okonedo- "Hotel Rwanda"

A gripping performance of a woman forced into horrific situations. She portrays all of the emotions that one would go through realistically and powerfully. I never felt that she was acting. The scenes of horror are all reflected through her emotional reactions of terror. She pulls off a very natural and brilliant performance.

Actresses overlooked for a nomination:
Sharon Warren: "Ray." Great acting in a small part. The scene where Ray falls to the ground as a child is amazing.
Meryl Streep: "The Manchurian Candidate." Ever the acting goddess, Streep pulled a truly evil woman out of her bag of tricks and made for a scene-stealing performance.
Minnie Driver: "The Phantom Of The Opera." Although she did not perform her own singing, Driver portrayed her opera diva character hilariously. Stole her scenes.

This year, most of my decisions were based on my personal reactions to the performances. Unfortunately, my heart chose a few that have no chance of winning.
We shall see...
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Golden Globes 2004 [Jan. 16th, 2005|11:05 pm]
[Current Mood |tiredtired]

Best Director: Clint Eastwood- Million Dollar Baby
Best Dramatic Motion Picture: The Aviator
Best Dramatic Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio- The Aviator
Best Dramatic Actress: Hilary Swank- Million Dollar Baby
Best Comedic Motion Picture: Sideways
Best Comedic Actor: Jamie Foxx- Ray
Best Comedic Actress: Annette Bening- Being Julia
Best Supporting Actor: Clive Owen- Closer
Best Supporting Actress: Natalie Portman- Closer
Best Screenplay: Sideways
Best Foreign Language Film: The Sea Inside
Best Original Score: The Aviator
Best Original Song: "Old Habits Die Hard"

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