Do’s and Don’t of the Oscars: 2012 Edition

You won’t find a list of winners here. Just check ever other entertainment blog on the face of the earth. Here we just have the Do’s and Don’ts of the Oscars: 2012 Edition.

Do’s and Don’ts: 2012

  1. Do check your sound. My television couldn’t been the only one with weird audio feedback and sound.
  2. Do let Billy Crystal host every year. Maybe he can switch it on and off with Hugh. Billy does it simple, classic. It might seem boring or safe, but overall he carried the show well. The audience seemed to agree.
  3. Don’t do fun facts before commercial breaks. I don’t care. I don’t like it when you do it during the Emmys so I’m definitely not going to like it during the Oscars.
  4. Do let Emma Stone come on stage more often. She will be my best friend. She was so funny and charming. Not in an obnoxious way either. I thought she and Ben Stiller played very nicely.
  5. Don’t let RDJ do that documentary thing again. I love him, but it was very awkward. Let me say it again, I love him, but don’t let him do that again.
  6. Do switch up your presentation such as Cameron Diaz. She does present like every year. Let her have a little fun. Same for Sandra Bullock. She was Ms. Congeniality, let her speak that German Chinese! Find the right balance. Yes to the ladies. Just let RDJ stand there and be handsome.
  7. Don’t do little jokes that aren’t that funny. Do a test audience on the test audience skit. You can save time. Speaking about time… look to the next one.
  8. Don’t say you’ll end at 11:30. Be honest with yourselves… you always end at 11:40.
  9. Do allow Colin Firth to present all awards. You can’t say no to that face or that voice.
  10. Don’t let there only be two Best Song nominees. Also Do let them perform. It’s more entertaining.
  1. Do play a side game on tumblr or twitter with other fans of an actor.  Benedict Cumberwatch ’12 on tumblr. It was highly entertaining for myself since I’ve just become a fan.
  2. Do make a twitter for Angelina Jolie’s leg. Pretty funny when going through your feed and you see that.



Iron Man 2: Comic Books + RDJ= Fantastic!


So I finally got around to seeing the sequel to “Iron Man” and let’s just say I was perfectly fine with spending ten dollars at the movies. Here’s why:

  1. Robert Downey Jr. Duh. Awesome and cocky and fantastic as Tony Stark, just as he was in the first one. Only dissappointed when RDJ wasn’t on screen.
  2. Action Sequences: I don’t know the last time I went to go see an action packed movie, but clearly this movie was a good remedy whether it was the car or the epic battle at the end.
  3. Technology: If the techonology that Favreau desgined for this film existed in this world, he would be more popular then Apple. How much fun does it look when Tony Stark can just pick up, flip, flick and dissect his diagrams with just the movement of his fingers.
  4. Plot line: I kinda digged the whole palladium unable to support Tony anymore. I  loved the whole keep checking his blood toxicity through the film. It helped keep the tone that he was running out of time.
  5. Can we say two villains?:  I knew Mickey Rourke was going to be the villian Ivan Rourke, but I kinda think Sam Rockwell a.k.a Justin Hammer was a worse kinda of villan. Actually…. I don’t know, get back to me in Iron Man 3 which I know is definitely going to happen.
  • At first I was annoyed that Terrence Howard wasn’t coming back, but I think Don Cheadle did very well as the replacement of Rhodey
  • Scarlett Johansson: Not my favorite actress, but she was pretty awesome with infiltrating the Hammer Facility. Can’t believe she trained in preproduction to be Black Widow and had only about two-three minutes in the final cut? I guess talk about dedication.
  • Even before I went on IMDB, I realized the connection of Stark Expo to Epcot. I was laughing to myself in the theater when I saw the video with Henry Stark and the demonstration because it reminded me of Walt Disney and his idea for Epcot.
  • Flushing, New York: I just had a conversation about the World Fair area the other day with my dad. Funny that it was such a big part of this movie.
  • Loved Mickey Rourke and his need to have the bird.
  • One of my favorite parts: Tony going to apologize to Pepper by bringing Strawberries. Pepper is allergic to them and Tony was like I knew there was some connection to them, I just didn’t know if it was a good or bad connection.