The 93rd Oscars



IMDb Rating 3.4 10 229


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April 30, 2021



Maria Bakalova as Tutar
Olivia Colman as Marion
1.33 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
150 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MsMovie 3 / 10 / 10

And the Oscar for most boring show ever goes to...

Ok, so if this were a school project I can hear the teacher commenting it was too dry, not enough variety in presentation, not enough visuals. All of this it true of The Oscars. The location looked great, very old Hollywood. I expected to see Humphrey Bogart at every turn. The initial opening by Regina King was great but it was pretty dry after that. There were endless speeches and luckily a fast forward button because I was watching it on an hour delay. There were boring descriptions of nominees - show don't tell people. I am sure their viewing figures will be at an all time low and remember there was the Hathaway / Franco year and THAT WAS A BETTER SHOW (and it was awful). Do better Oscars. I watch every year, but not for much longer if this is the best you can do. You could have recorded musical numbers and other skits to put in between, but instead we got to watch the teachers dry slides and lack lustre performances in general with very few highlights.

Reviewed by darrussek 1 / 10 / 10

Worst show ever!

No fun No intrigue No joy No comedy No tradition. The 93rd Academy Awards had no host, no masks, no Zoom, and almost no audience. Hollywood's biggest night wasn't exactly the movie unto itself that producers Jesse Collins, Stacey Sher and Steven Soderbergh promised. However, no one took that very seriously, and the resulting relatively fast-paced and deeply personal ceremony actually might have been something more vital - a true Hollywood reinvigoration. But it didn't go well... The big swing Academy Awards will still likely be the least-watched Oscars ever, or one of the least watched at the very least, which is a real shame.

Reviewed by dMraco765 1 / 10 / 10

No respect for legends

Look at the In Memoriam section - the greatest film composer who ever lived and one of the most talented artists in film history, Ennio Morricone, was not only thrown in the middle, they decided not to play one of his stunning pieces of music during the segment! Olivia de Havilland, the last giant from the golden era, a multiple award winner, was glossed over. As was Sean Connery, demoted to a level below superhero stars. Where were the tributes, the respect? An opportunity for a bit of class? Of course the Oscars will miss it. Awards shows need to die, only, unlike some of the legends glossed over here, very very few people will miss them.

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