...about the win, or loss, depending on how you look at it. I didn't watch the Oscars. I am glad Hurt Locker won over Avatar. I haven't seen either movie. Not really true, I saw part of Avatar - like a single five-minute scene. I have no interest or desire to watch the whole movie.
Yahoo was running one of their "headlines," something to the effect, "Best Dressed at the Oscars," and showed someone, Miley Cyrus, someone and someone. Why do I remember Miley Cyrus? Because Yahoo identified her as Sarah Jessica Parker. Even I knew it wasn't SJP. Miley, by the way, what are you, 17? You looked 35 in that gown with that updo. Slow down, honey. You've got plenty of time to play grown-up left ahead of you.
So I clicked on to see how the "stars" dressed and what "grades" they were given for their choices. This irks me. Not the dress - although it isn't the most lovely gown at the ball, by any stretch, but the fact that whoever did the commentary and issued the grade said this, "Can you believe James Cameron's Amazonian ex is 58?!" Was it really necessary to call Ms. Bigelow "Amazonian?" No. I don't think so. And I don't think she deserves a "D," either. A "B." The color doesn't do much for Ms. Bigelow, but the dress itself is okay. Navy blue would have been a better choice of color. So, because Avatar didn't win, and Hurt Locker did, she got called "Amazonian." I think she is an attractive woman and she looks absolutely fabulous for 58!
Look at some of those other frocks? Demi Moore, what were you thinking? SJP, yellow isn't really your color. What were their grades? A far cry above Ms. Bigelow's "D," I bet. See? Even the Oscars is political and if the left doesn't win, they start name calling. What is that, page 5 out of Saul Alinsky's handbook?