Last night it seemed that everyone was taking in the 17th annual SAG Awards. I was, however, was not. It is probably for the best since The King’s Speech win for best ensemble would have made me throw something. Instead I followed everyone’s updates on Twitter.
Here are some of my favorites:
On the award show’s relevancy:
On Betty White’s win for best actress in a comedy series:
On Ernest Borgenine receiving the Life Achievement Award:
On The King’s Speech winning Best Ensemble:
What did you think of last night’s SAG Awards and the winners?
Follow the link to my first live blog of the 2010 awards season.
16th Annual SAG Awards
And the winners are:
Best Supporting Actor: Christophe Waltz, Inglorious Basterds
Best Supporting Actress: Mo’Nique, Precious
Best Actress: Sandra Bullock, Blind Side
Best Actor: Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart
Best Ensemble: Inglorious Basterds.
I’d say except for Best Picture , the acting prizes are essentially set in stone. That 10 Best Picture nominees is really going to throw this year’s Academy Awards for a loop.
Oh heavens. I have been super busy writing a final paper on Head-On and The Edge of Heaven, as well as theoretically analyzing my own film (Have you ever tried that? It’s hard. Who does my professor think I am? Stan Brakhage? But I digress) that I nearly forgot to post my thoughts on the Screen Actors Guild nominees.
Here it goes:
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