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2015 Oscars - Big Moments

February, 2015

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The 2015 Oscars made you want to shop for extra strength anti-depressants.

WHIPLASH OSCAR

A big Oscar winner was "Whiplash" about an aspiring drummer. The movie's message is that punching a hole in your drums and getting slapped around by your teacher is a formula for success. Should we go back to slapping and strapping our kids to success???

This Oscar winner showcases the same theme as Hollywood's latest Valentine's Day release, "50 Shades of Black and Blue" (I mean Grey) about turning women on to torture chambers, handcuffs, blindfolds, ass fisting and being whipped black and blue. That's what Hollywood's Zionist owned studios are producing for mass consumption. MMMMMMM! Fun!

GLEN CAMPBELL MOMENT

The 2015 Oscars most chilling moment featured a video and love song written by 60's country music star Glen Campbell who recently learned he had Alzheimer's disease. He called his last song that he wrote for his family, "I won't remember you" and "I'm not gonna miss you".

Moving right along to something cheerier...

JULIE ANDREWS MOMENT

Julie Andrews, star of "The Sound Of Music", got a standing ovation. She said that standing on the stage at the Oscars now, fifty years later felt like "the blink of an eye." Cheery thought.

Moving right along to something cheerier...

ROBIN WILLIAMS MOMENT

The Oscar show treated us to the faces of dozens of movie industry people who have checked out including Robin Williams who hung himself with a belt.

Moving right along to something cheerier...like best picture.

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS MOMENT

If you thought the host, Neil Patrick Harris, might add some cheer to the evening, no such luck. His jokes fell flat including, "you have to have balls to wear a dress like that." Well, he should know. To prove he had balls, he came on stage wearing only his undies, shoes and socks. It was an unfunny attempt to imitate a scene from the Oscar winning movie, "Birdman".

BIRDMAN OSCAR MOMENT

Oscar winner Birdman was about a hallucinating suicidal has-been actor (Michael Keaton) trying to recapture past glories. He refers to his female critic as a woman who would "lick the ass of a homeless man". Is that good writing? Funny? His suicidal daughter tells him he's a meaningless nobody and his co-star (Edward Norton) only feels alive when he's on stage and dead when he's off-stage. The movie ends with a suicide. This is an Oscar winner?????

THE IMITAION GAME OSCAR MOMENT

"The Imitation Game" is another one of Zionist Hollywood's favorite-themed movies about war which is always a good bet for an Oscar. It features the late Alan Turing who was prosecuted for homosexuality in Britain and died by suicide in 1954 at 41 years old.

GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL OSCAR MOMENT

It' s hard to imagine anyone over the age of six finding this 'Nazi-occupied Warsaw" film funny. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” alludes to political themes of the early Nazi occupation; Nazi skulls are reinterpreted as silver foxes and swastikas become lightning bolts. This is another Nazi themed movie made by Jewish-Zionist dominated Hollywood with a predominantly Jewish cast.

The film's humour isn't just ridiculously slapstick and low-brow, it's repetitive and lazy. From the scarring sight of an overweight Akshay Kumar breastfeeding a baby to a money-obsessed father advising his daughter to marry the dog because "all men turn into dogs after marriage anyway", it's a dizzying downhill ride all the way.

The film is so insensitive to canines that it required a disclaimer at the start. This misguided Oscar winning Jewish Zionist comedy leaves you feeling like you've been beaten over the head with a hammer for a full 2 hours and 20 minutes.

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