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Thoughts on the 84th Academy Award Nominations

The Academy Award nominations just came out this morning.

Of the nine films nominated, I’ve only seen Moneyball and had the same problems with it as I had with the book. Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill received Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor nominations for their roles in the film, respectively.

I have been told by a number of people that Midnight in Paris is Woody Allen’s best movie in years and have also heard good things about The Artist as well as Hugo although I have no plans to see them. Aside from seeing a marathon of Marx Brothers movies at The Brattle on New Year’s Day, I rarely go to the cinema more than once or twice a year.

The only reason I am watching the Oscars is because Billy Crystal is back as master of ceremonies.

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