the fact is, Jerry Seinfeld was the weakest link of 'Seinfeld'....the supporting cast (and the writing)were the geniuses of that show...he's kind of an idiot....like a lot of stand-up comedians...
I'm Not defending the lame popcorn rant and I'm sorry you got your feelings hurt but those five films ARE “incredibly depressing!”
For you to pretend they are not just makes the joke funnier.
The world AND doc film-making are big enough for laughs and dead babies.
Jerry was a hell of a lot funnier than Ellen.
Jerry apologising for Kramer was the most depressing footage all year.
The producers of the AAs yanked all the clips off of YouTube. Something about maintaining the integrity of the show...or some such bullshit.
I love documentaries but I can't think of a single AA winner that wasn't depressing (unless Woodstock won when it came out).
Iraq in fragments wasn't depressing. It was a bit bland, but it's not depressing. If watching people living absurd lives is depressing, then The Queen takes the cake. QEII is absurdity writ grey.
Seinfeld was drunk, and the bad canned jokes were designed to make the non-gore entries even less significant. They had obviously decided months ago to give the award to gore's bit of filmed speaking engagement.
Anyways the only thing Gore and the Oscars prove is that if you are filthy rich you can afford to throw some dimes to charities masquerading as carbon-offsetting groups. All of that has 0 relevance to most of us. They are all a bunch of arrogant bastards, doing whatever the fuck they want - flying everywhere, powering huge mansions, etc. - and then claiming to be green because they tap a tiny tiny bit of their ill-gotten gains to *offset* their emisions. Carbon offset = hyppocrisy.
Shouldn't you credit the source from whom you stole this? Not like we don't all know you just troll Gawker, Seattlest, and various other gossip sites and cut and paste.
Uh, I stole it from Greencine Daily. I assumed you could infer that from the link.
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