Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Oscar Slights The Dead
Here's a nice blog entry at Huffington Post (pointed out to me by fellow IRA member George Robinson). It takes the Oscars to task for slighting some big names in its memorial tribute. Obviously, they can't include EVERYONE, but surely any Oscar nominee or winner (like Malcolm Arnold, who wrote the score for "The Bridge On The River Kwai," which included one of the most famous themes in movie history) should be a given. If they had added every person mentioned in this post, it would have increased the show's lengthy by 30 seconds. Golly, would that mean one last glimpse of Pilobolus?