Oscars 2013: Why Ben Affleck Was Snubbed & More

Thu, January 10, 2013 2:34pm EST by 3 Comments
2013 Oscar Nominations
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Summer

Posted at 2:59 PM on February 23, 2013  

I can’t believe Django Unchained was nominated. I walked out of this movie which I have never done before. The violence in this movie I felt was unnessisary. . My opinion has nothing to do with the acting and everything to do with writing/screen play and the direction of the film which I disliked. When are the writers and the nominating parties going to understand we are tired of negative movies about revenge? Thankfully there are some movies nominated which are telling a realistic and/or postive story!

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Tabatha

Posted at 3:51 PM on January 10, 2013  

Biggest snub is Neil Finn’s song Of The Lonely Mountain. Best song of the year by someone with actual talent and it get no further than the original short list. Disgusting

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Kristens Evil Twin Is NOT Happy :(

Posted at 3:41 PM on January 10, 2013  

OMG ! Silver Libnings Playbook actor beat out Ben !?! Argo WAS phenominal !
The freakin’ Academy is ,or already HAS developed Actorheimers. They also have the symptoms for Movieheimer’s and Directorheimer’s.
This requires an intervention…
:(
Seriously,I was shocked that ben was snubbed. I was also upset that Leo was snubbed.
Yeah, Leo was snubbed for Django Unchained.
really peed me off :(

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