Oscars magic is on again. The hoopla, ceremonies and after parties (which I would add to my bucket list, except the rule is it has to be realistic), the fashion, styles, fashion 9-1-1 that it brings.
Me, along with millions in audience joined to celebrate the #bestofeverything in MOVIES' biggest question it asks me of this night?
"What movie will it entice me to see first?"
Rapt with anticipation millions in I began surfing on the net ::: long before social media platforms and media stand were beginning to stand ready ::: I discovered that minuscule morsel that would begin to react in mere minutes...
A hashtag to be noted to give praise and honor not only the winners, but the nominated for their talent.
|Charlize Theron ::: best theatrical makeover for MAD MAX: FURY ROAD|
The biggest makeover of years before ::: not a person but a symbol ::: of movies, excite-ment, media buzz, or dresses. Floating out to the net was the best story I found from The Daily Mail was that the infamous statue had a makeover for this year (2016)!!
We peruse and wonder who hasn't won yet? Right, Leonardo Dicaprio hasn't. Will he finally be restituted to the kingdom of the gifted for a generation? Hardly, it's a snap for him this year in his portrayal in Re-something filmed outside a Canadian city that blasts fumes from the money from its oil billions to only ruin the environment? Uh-hem, he became an expert by just experiencing our unique Chinook mild weather miracle in our parts called Calgary.
What are Chinook winds you asked dear Leonardo? Why they are a weather phenomena unique to our climate near the greatest city on the earth: Calgary. I bet you didn't know that the warm west winds we all adore, written by our own Calgary Herald at the turn of the last century:
“Those who have not the warm, invigorating Chinook winds of this country, cannot well comprehend what a blessing they are. The icy clutch of winter is lessened, the earth throws off its winding sheet of snow. Humanity ventures forth to inhale the balmy spring like air. Animated nature rejoices.” (1900–Calgary weekly Herald)
Sidetracked as usual I am to return to the drool of glamor and stunning dresses. I began my journey, with thoughts erupting in my head, and spoke to me:
So far my favorite gown is: pulled adorned from her makeup, to her hair to beautifully fitting gown ::: Sophia Vergara ::: proving that a woman in my mind's age can shine over those 20 years her junior:
|via INSTAgram photos|
Here's leading up to the last moments before
@LeoDiCaprio could no longer say he hadn't
2) The Big Short
3) The Girl in the River ::: a documentary
Best Oscar moment ::: Musical perfor-mance by Lady Gaga:
Best Oscar acceptance ::: Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy:
|Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy stands out as a Humanitarian|
What an outstanding #Oscar acceptance by Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy’s for "The Girl in the River"
Biggest Oscar erruption ::: when Sam Smith upsets Lady Gaga
Sam Smith's Writing's on the Wall is the first behind a long list of talent to be finaly named for its first Oscar. I wrote about this song a few months ago for how wonderful I found it when I wrote about it on my blog Meanderings called; called:
Best movies watched before Oscar night ::: Before I even cared about winners in order of favorites:
1) Straight outta Compton which I had watched, thought incredible, and wrote about long before the Oscar's white out controversy. You couldn't fail to notice whatever was missing in nominations were presented in FULL COLOR by presenters from past winners like Whooppee Goldberg, Denzel Washington, Quincy Jones.
2) Amy::: a documentary about Amy MillHouse, shed light on not just her musical talent, but also her challenges, showing she was snuffed out to wayyyy toooo early.
3) Spotlight::: about investigative journalism and the men and women who dedicate themselves, regardless how earth shaking and controversial it may be, need to be told for the victims. If for nothing else in the world.
Cuteness reigned and knocked out several adorable Imagineered characters, of the likes of The Room's Jacob Trembley:
Guest mischievious The Minions were there
|Will Jason Tremblay avoid the traps of so many former child stars?|
Become a sad second acts having trouble as grown ups.