Wednesday, March 2, 2011

30-Day Challenge 4: 83rd Academy Awards Fashion Review

Question of the Day: What is one habit that you wish you didn't have?

The QOTD just so happens to be the topic of today's Blog Challenge. Just between you and me, I have a bad habit of starting books that I never finish reading. Hmm, that sounds backwards. *rearranges* I have a bad habit of never finishing books that I start to read. It's true... I am currently "reading" The March by E.L. Doctorow, The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot, and Little Men by Louisa May Alcott. Not to mention my Economics and Adolescents & Media textbooks! AND I also promised my good friend that I would begin Game Change by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin soon. You get the gist. Yikes...I don't think I even realized how many books are on my to-finish list until I just wrote them down!

New Goal for Spring Break: Finish the books above!!!

This past Sunday on February 27, the 83rd annual Academy Award show took place in--where else?--Hollywood, California. What I love most about award shows is that you finally get to see actors as themselves, not as characters in movies. Who knew the Love & Other Drugs star Anne Hathaway had such a remarkable voice? In case you missed the show...

Best Picture: The King's Speech
Best Actor: Colin Firth from The King's Speech
Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale from The Fighter
Best Actress: Natalie Portman from Black Swan
Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo from The Fighter
Visual Effects: Inception
Best Animated Film: Toy Story 3
Art Direction: Alice in Wonderland
Cinematography: Inception
Costume Design: Alice in Wonderland
Best Director: Tom Hooper from The King's Speech
Best Documentary: Inside Job
Best Documentary Short: Strangers No More
Film Editing: The Social Network
Foreign Language Film: In a Better World
Makeup: The Wolfman
Best Original Score: The Social Network
Sound Mixing: Inception
Best Original Song: Toy Story 3
Best Animated Short: The Lost Thing
Writing (Adapted Screenplay): The Social Network
Best Short Film (Live Action): God of Love
Sound Editing: Inception
Writing (Original Screenplay): The King's Speech

Major kudos to The King's Speech! However, if it had been up to me, I would totally chosen Inception (click for my movie review!). :) Congratulations to Inception for receiving four Oscars!

Here are my top picks for this year's Red Carpet beauties:




Helen Mirren from The Queen and producer Taylor Hackford



Shaun Robinson from Bruce Almighty

Singer Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman from Rabbit Hole

Hailee Steinfeld from True Grit


Halle Berry from Frankie & Alice

Click here to see last year's Academy Award show picks!

What do you think about this year's Oscar winners? Who do you think looked best on the Red Carpet?

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7 comments:

Talli Roland said...

I loved The King's Speech - it definitely deserves the award! :) Great photos.

Tessa Conte said...

Cool pics!

Sorry about that weird empty post on my blog earlier, blogspot gremlins attacked me.... stupid scheduling of posts.

I sent your prize parcel away today! It should get there in 10-21 days. Or so they say.

Lydia K said...

Argh, I still haven't seen the King's Speech. I can't wait to see it!

Fickle Cattle said...

Hailee looks adorable!

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Becca. said...

Halle Berry looked out of this world! fab review cherry! xxxxxxxx

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Oh to Be a Muse said...

Hailee and Halle looked wonderful, both in Marchesa! and i thought Anne had a good voice too!

if i start a book i absolutely have to finish it unless i really hate it. good luck on accomplishing that goal!

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