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THE ACADEMY JUST ENDED RACISM FOREVER.
No movie has ever made Paris look as drab and uninviting for me as Frances Ha.
My autocorrect actually changed "masturbating" to something else. I don't want any of this prudishness, thank you.
"The Hater's Guide to the Oscars": http://deadspin.com/the-2014-haters-guide-to-the-oscars-1531583276 … @drewmagary goes berserk, laughs ensue.
There's something about Varun Dhawan's face that makes me want to punch it whenever I see it.
Cracked has a list titled "4 People Making the World a Better Place". One of them is the Dalai Lama. Gee, thanks for opening my eyes.
Annie Baker's @criterion essay on FRANCES HA is so good it's humbling: http://www.criterion.com/current/posts/2958-frances-ha-the-green-girl … This is how you convey love for art.
"That's...far out, man." - Rust Cohle on hearing the time travel bit of Matthew McConaughey's acceptance speech.
How classy of Cuaron to refrain from a speech right now and give his colleague the spotlight. He knows he'll get his time later.
This @mihirssharma piece on India Inc's stranglehold over our political heavyweights is furious and depressing: http://wap.business-standard.com/article/opinion/mihir-s-sharma-thy-hands-great-oligarchs-114022601252_1.html …
This piece on the the world of Oscar bloggers is fascinating, and fit for the setting of a movie or TV show itself: http://www.vulture.com/2014/02/oscar-bloggers-most-competitive-season-ever.html …
Angelina Jolie's UNBROKEN looks exactly like my kind of thing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=M48tvsfpIew …
For my own good, I should think less about movies, books, TV shows & tech. I should also tweet less. But, screw that.