Monday, April 26, 2021

hollywood oscars Really Suck [as if We Didn’t Know], Hails Chauvin’s “guilty” Verdict

By “W”
Sun, Apr 25, 2021 10:31 p.m.

black supremacist actress Regina King Hails Officer Derek Chauvin's Guilty Verdict

“W”: The last movie I saw at a theatre was Master and Commander so I can’t do much more to boycott another anti-White campaign. It is getting to the point where, aside from amber ale and gin, I don’t have anything to spend extra $$s on. No more baseball or hockey, after they bent a knee to blm....


Of Related Interest:

“It’s Oscar Night! Can You Recognize Any of These Best Picture Nominees? (I Can’t); Another Night of Oscars to Avoid”;

“Why Would I Want to Watch the Oscars? Part 2”;

“Why Would I Want to Watch the Oscars? Part 3”; and

Whitelash at the “blackest Oscars of All Time”?.



Anonymous said...

My laugh of the day is AP bellyaching that Anthony Hopkins beat out Boseman for an Oscar.
"They even changed the order of presentations so best actor could be awarded last--for proper effect(and canonization)of Boseman," AP whined and moped.

Something happened on the way to sainthood--an 80+ Whitey won the award--absolutely stunning nowadays.

Why Hollywood didn't go for the PC obvious choice of Boseman can presumably be explained in three words:"Too much blackie".

Maybe even Hollywood decided enough was enough of the black tsunami,a mindset which assumed the voters would rubberstamp every black nominee because it was expected and demanded by blacks.

This time,it didn't happen.

And as the old commercial used to say--that was priceless.


Anonymous said...


(Deadline)In delayed fast national results just released by Nielsen, the 93rd Academy Awards were watched by a mere 9.85 million, with a dismal rating of 1.9 among the 18-49 demographic.

That is an all-time low for Hollywood’s biggest night – by a huge margin.

In fact, it is a drop of over 58% in terms of audience from what the previous low of the 2020 Oscars snared on February 9 last year. In terms of the key demo, the 2021 Oscars is down a crushing 64.2% in the earlier ratings from the 2020 Oscars.

GRA:Previous numbers:
2014...43.7 million viewers
2015...37 m
2016...34 m

GRA:About 9.7 million more than it deserved.

Anonymous said...

Actors and actresses can cry with happiness or sadness on demand.