Sunday, February 24

An unfortunate realization

From now until the end of recorded history, Eddie Murphy's Norbit will be "the Oscar-nominated Norbit." Pending tonight's results, maybe even "the Oscar-winning Norbit."

That makes me a sad panda.

UPDATE: And... it lost to La Vie En Rose.


Blogger Paul said...

an Oscar for Norbit would go great with the Razzies it won.

8:18 PM

Blogger Rich said...

I have a feeling those Razzie wins won't be touted on the DVD box.

And I can't believe I'm at home watching Oscar coverage.

8:26 PM

Blogger Paul said...

i blame this post for reminding me that it's on. I'm watching it too :(

9:17 PM

Blogger Rich said...


Sorry, Paul. ;)

9:24 PM

Blogger Paul said...

I hope Once wins for original song.

Next year Rich and I are live blogging this sucker. believe it.

10:12 PM

Blogger Rich said...

I thought about it, but figured it was pretty pointless without advance notice. That, and I've only seen two of the five Best Picture nominees.

10:16 PM

Blogger Dave said...

Even though this show is a trainwreck...Marion Cotillard is absolutely stunning...I had no idea.

12:00 PM

Blogger The Falconer said...

Guess I should have seen "Way of the Rose" eh?
Did take in "The Savages" the day before just in case. Really ticked I missed "The Assasination of Jess James" and "Sweeney Todd" but this year was absolutely loaded with good movies. Some of my favorites didn't even get nominated in part because the field was so strong.

8:41 PM

Blogger Rich said...

I really enjoyed both 'Assassination' and 'Sweeney Todd.' Darn good performances in both, though much different.

8:45 PM


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