What’s most profoundly wrong is the terrible, mean-spirited scripts that are getting made, that are making people feel justified in using “rom-com” as an eye-rolling insult, and we’ve got to stop that first. Stop saying “chick flick” like it’s “pile of rotten meat,” and stop saying “chick lit” and “chick book” and “chick movie” and anything else that suggests that love stories are less than war stories, or that stories that end with kissing are inherently inferior to stories that end with people getting shot. Or, if you believe they are and you want to continue believing that they are, stop pretending you’re open to romantic comedies getting better.

I had a great conflict about going to the Academy Awards and accepting an Oscar. I never believed that the accomplishment was more important than the effort. I remember being driven to the Awards still wondering whether I should have put on my tuxedo. I finally thought, what the hell; people want to express their thanks, and if it is a big deal for them, why not go? I have since altered my opinion about awards in general, and will never again accept one of any kind. This doesn’t mean that what other people believe has any less validity; many people I  know and care about believe that awards are valuable and involve themselves in the process of the Academy Awards and others. I don’t look down upon them for doing so, and I hope that they don’t look down upon me. - Marlon Brando

Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of Django Unchained

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Well, it’s that time of year again, friends. Meaning it’s also time to fulfill our civic duty, and spend an entire weekend watching movies we normally wouldn’t just so come February 24th — after investing every emotion and tear our bodies can muster — we can watch our favorites get passed over by the Academy. I kid, of course. Or maybe not. Either way, I’ve provided links for fellow movie buffs who wish to catch up before the big night. If you have any questions or trouble with the links, feel free to leave a message in my ask.


Amour                                                    watch  |  torrent *

Argo                                                       watch  |  torrent

Beasts Of The Southern Wild            watch  |  torrent

Django Unchained                                watch  |  torrent

Les Misérables                                    watch  |  torrent

Life of Pi                                                 watch  |  torrent

Lincoln                                                    watch  |  torrent

Silver Linings Playbook                       watch  |  torrent

Zero Dark Thirty                                    watch  |  torrent


Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook

Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln

Hugh Jackman, Les Misérables

Joaquin Phoenix, The Master               watch  |  torrent

Denzel Washington, Flight                   watch  |  torrent


Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty

Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook

Emmanuelle Riva, Amour

Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts Of The Southern Wild

Naomi Watts, The Impossible                watch  |  torrent


Alan Arkin, Argo

Robert De Niro, Silver Linings Playbook

Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Master

Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln

 Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained


Amy Adams, The Master

Sally Field, Lincoln

Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables

Helen Hunt, The Sessions                watch  |  torrent

Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook


Brave                                                  watch  |  torrent

Frankenweenie                                watch  |  torrent

ParaNorman                                      watch  |  torrent

The Pirates!Band of Misfits           watch  |  torrent

Wreck-It Ralph                                  watch  |  torrent


5 Broken Cameras                           watch  |  torrent

The Gatekeepers                             watch  |  torrent

How To Survive A Plague                watch  |  torrent

The Invisible War                              watch  |  torrent

Searching For Sugar Man                watch  |  torrent


Adam and Dog

Fresh Guacamole

Head Over Heels

Maggie Simpson in “The Longest Daycare”



“Before My Time” from Chasing Ice

“Everybody Needs A Best Friend” from Ted

“Pi’s Lullaby” from Life of Pi

“Skyfall” from Skyfall

“Suddenly” from Les Misérables

 * Keep in mind that Amour is a French movie. Depending on your computer software English subtitles may or may not be available to you. Also this is MKV file and works best on VLC player.

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I worked with the Academy and Gallery 1988 to create the official 85 Years of Oscars poster. 

Click here to see it in detail!

The brief was one of the hardest I’ve ever had; find a way to reference every single Best Picture winner from the last 85 years. 

Thanks to Gallery 1988 for putting my name forward and organising this whole shebang.  

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Martin Scorsese designed each year in the film to look just the way a color film from that time period would look. Achieved mainly through digitally enhanced post-production, Scorsese recreated the look of Cinecolor and two-strip Technicolor. Watch in particular for the scene where Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio) meets Errol Flynn (Jude Law) in the club. Hughes is served precisely placed peas on a plate, and they appear blue or turquoise - just as they’d have looked in the primitive two-strip Technicolor process. As Hughes ages throughout the film, the color gets more sophisticated and full-bodied.

Marion Cotillard by Juergen Teller for W Magazine


When Ennis finds Jack’s and his shirts hanging together in Jack’s childhood closet, Jack has arranged them so that Jack’s blue shirt is visible first and Ennis’ light plaid shirt is tucked inside it.
In the final scene in the film, after Ennis has taken both shirts home to hang them in his own closet, they are reversed, so that Jack’s shirt is inside Ennis’. According to co-screenwriter Diana Ossana, switching the order of the shirts was Heath Ledger’s idea.

People who weren’t nominated like Paul Thomas Anderson who is like…Orson Welles.

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