Disney’s Bolt – Blu-ray/DVD Review

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Uwe Boll talks pro-Boll petition, insults Hollywood in funny accent

Boll talking
Uwe Boll once again proves that he can accomplish the impossible, by insulting Hollywood people like Michael Bay and George Clooney, counter the anti-Boll petition, appear confused and speak in a beautiful German accent all at the same time.

Hit the jump to view the video (and the transcript) that will make your day.

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Goodbye Hollywood

80th Oscar Award Show

Ok, let me say before I start, I am not a right wing fanatic, nor I am left wing die-hard. I have my own thoughts on immigrants in America, especially after living in foreign countries a large portion of my life. Legal immigration is cool – it’s the heart of America.

But, (been waiting for that “but” huh??!!) after watching the Academy Awards show this evening, what’s with all the foreigners?

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Oscar Blues

Oscar and Me

What, its Oscar time again? Oscar, who’s Oscar? Isn’t it just Barack and Hilary and John that are running?

Oh, the Academy Awards is it? This year, the 80th year of the annual Hollywood glamour fest, seems like no one really cares. Sure, as a member of the elite few, the number of email with details of Media Coverage Plans, Pink Champagne for the Governor’s Ball and nominations for movies with strange titles like “Old Men” and “Blood” and “Sweeny Todd” and others have recently filled my email Inbox.

But with the Hollywood writers strike, the interesting US elections and questions about whether I am going to be able to afford a new X Box 360 because of an economy that sucks, all I can say, along with many other people, in good “Gone with the Wind” (Academy Award winner 1940, Best Picture, Screenplay, Director and a slew of others), style, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” (Rhett Butler).

And with the threat of rain on Sunday late afternoon in Los Angeles (who wants to see glamorous movie actresses with messy hair and rain soaked gowns), this year’s Academy Award show looks to be a bust.

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