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nubka
02-29-2012, 02:07 AM
I kind of feel bad for Plummer that every keeps bringing up "The Sound of Music." Allegedly, he DESPISED it.

He did despise it, and referred to it as "The Sound of Mucus." :D

IceAlisa
02-29-2012, 03:10 AM
I watched a rerun of Fashion Police today since I missed the first half--Joan was in rare form. I also found that Bridesmaids girl, Wendi something to be very good, holding her own with Joan.

Have to say that Miley Cyrus looked great at whatever after party she was snapped. I get what Joan was saying about wearing old clothes but it looked great on Miley while the long sleeved Valentino really didn't work for that 20 year old, what's her name.

Holley Calmes
02-29-2012, 03:55 AM
I kind of feel bad for Plummer that every keeps bringing up "The Sound of Music." Allegedly, he DESPISED it.

I know I did.

IceAlisa
02-29-2012, 03:59 AM
I never got it either.

Cachoo
02-29-2012, 04:01 AM
I found the red carpet a real yawner this year. I've been looking at the on-line insider Neiman Marcus catalog for March. I love all of the bold color and patterns. I have a feeling if someone tried this on the red carpet they and their designer would get slammed big time. I did see a photo of Katy Perry's blue gown and blue hair and liked that. I'm usually conservative but I just wanted someone to break out with flair. Or go WAY over the top ala Cher...

AshleyN
02-29-2012, 11:41 AM
Have to say that Miley Cyrus looked great at whatever after party she was snapped. I get what Joan was saying about wearing old clothes but it looked great on Miley while the long sleeved Valentino really didn't work for that 20 year old, what's her name.Oh, I have to disagree with you on Miley - I'm with TLo (http://www.tomandlorenzo.com/2012/02/2012-vanity-fair-oscar-party-red-carpet-part-one.html) on her:
Aw, letís hear it for the old gal! Seventy-eight years YOUNG! It wasn't just the dress for me, but her hair and makeup were terrible. I seriously could have mistaken her for Madonna, and considering she's, what, 35 years younger than her? is not a good thing.

I believe Shailene Woodley is the other one your talking about. I didn't love her dress, but I thought she pulled it off better.

my little pony
02-29-2012, 12:25 PM
i dont think miley looks good at all, not the dress, the hair, or the makeup

but if people were expecting her to show up in some cut off shorts holding an open 40 oz, then she looks nice

allezfred
02-29-2012, 12:37 PM
I watched a rerun of Fashion Police today since I missed the first half--Joan was in rare form. I also found that Bridesmaids girl, Wendi something to be very good, holding her own with Joan.

She was alright, but she shouldn't have been there when they were commenting on the Bridesmaids as I was really excited to see Joan let it rip on Melissa McCarthy and her hideous dress. :blah:


Have to say that Miley Cyrus looked great at whatever after party she was snapped. I get what Joan was saying about wearing old clothes but it looked great on Miley while the long sleeved Valentino really didn't work for that 20 year old, what's her name.

I agreed with Joan and didn't think it worked for Miley Cyrus at all.

And why did Giulia Rancic get a special award for showing up in a figure skating costume? :confused:

Domshabfan
02-29-2012, 01:52 PM
Iran: Oscar win is victory over Israel. (http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/story/2012-02-27/iran-oscar-israel/53267320/1)
Israel's Footnote, was nominated in the same category.

Iranian head of Cinematic Agency, Javad Shamaghdari, issued a statement after "A Separation" won an Oscar for best foreign-language film.
According to him: "This is the beginning of the collapse of the influence of the Zionist lobby over American society."

it just seems like both Iran and Israel are obsessed with each other, look at an Israeli Tv's reporting Israel loses Oscar to Iran (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcVgScn_lPs&feature=channel_video_title). They also had to sensationalise the heading by calling it Israel losing oscar to Iran.

On a different note, the only acting award winner not to get a standing ovation was Jean Dujardin:drama:

equatorial
02-29-2012, 02:26 PM
I kind of feel bad for Plummer that every keeps bringing up "The Sound of Music." Allegedly, he DESPISED it.

No wonder. The worst example of the trashiest of trash. The fact that it's, according to some estimates, the highest grossing film of all times makes it even a bigger monstrosity :lol:

masofs
02-29-2012, 02:54 PM
I love The Sound Of Music. :shuffle:

my little pony
02-29-2012, 02:59 PM
I love The Sound Of Music. :shuffle:

i'd run over almost everyone i've ever met to see it

taf2002
02-29-2012, 03:02 PM
No wonder. The worst example of the trashiest of trash. The fact that it's, according to some estimates, the highest grossing film of all times makes it even a bigger monstrosity :lol:

Oh please. The Oscar for Shakespeare In Love wasn't a monstrosity? The Sound of Music may be too G for some people but trashy?

Wyliefan
02-29-2012, 03:18 PM
it just seems like both Iran and Israel are obsessed with each other

Ya think?

skatesindreams
02-29-2012, 03:42 PM
Oh please. The Oscar for Shakespeare In Love wasn't a monstrosity? The Sound of Music may be too G for some people but trashy?

This!
No one forces you to watch it.