No surprise. Ebert was on the Daily Show last week as a guest. One of the longest interviews I had seen on that show. But, it was mainly Ebert stroking Stewart and promoting the Oscars. Something happened to that guy after he lost a lot of weight and Siskel died. He seems to be less "critical" of everything. Especially minorities. In the 80s his reviews were gold. But, now they are as worthless to me as a Leonard Maltin review.<br><br>[color:purple]America's first 9/11 trial begins today</font color=purple>
i thought billy crystal was the best of the bunch as well, but i don't really remember carson doing the hosting. i actually rarely pay attention to the oscars. the show itself doesn't interest me that much, but i enjoy seeing who won. <br><br>of the big movies up for things, Crash was the only one i had seen and i didn't like it. figures it won for best picture.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
The only movie I've seen in the last six months is Syriana. It was a bit hard to follow with four story lines running simultaneously. I'm not sure if this was a common complaint which prompted this, but Warner Brothers posted a link to download the screenplay on the Syriana website.<br><br>***********************<br>[color:red]Nice Try</font color=red>
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I didn't watch it at all. I figured reruns of 24: Season 2 on WGN would be better. I have a feeling it was.<br><br>Check out this picture of Eddie Van Halen at the after-party...is he sick or something? I haven't kept of with those guys.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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