The stage was set in Los Angeles on Sunday for the 91st Academy Awards, all be it, without an official host, since Kevin Hart would not host the event after the “witch hunt” on so-called old homophobic tweets, which was just as well, since surely the Oscars needed a different approach this year, after two consecutive years of declining ratings. So, how did the Oscars’ ratings go this year? Well, we will have to wait on the official figures for just a little bit longer, won’t we?
Having lost much of the lustre and popularity of many Academy Awards of years past, prior to 2017, before too much left wing politics and an anti-Trump agenda saw ratings fall to new records lows. Plus, this year without having a regular host, to bring a cohesive feel to the overall event, there were some other notable changes in tone and feel, relegating it to be not one of the most memorable Academy Awards in recent history. Making one wonder if this trend will continue, year after year, in steady decline?
President Donald Trump’s name wasn’t even mentioned once, which was refreshing. However, the blind lies of champagne socialism and Cristal communism permeated throughout in the undertones of an open borders “Hollywood” mentality, which was still apparent, although, all of them live behind high walls and many are guarded by armed security, each day of the year.
Therefore, the remnants of strong Hollywood hypocrisy could still not be ignored or forgotten at the 91st Academy Awards, as celebrities still took to the usual moral high ground, and virtue signalled left wing political ideologies that are all known failures.
Especially, concerning to that of the southern border wall, which will still be built, regardless of virtue signalling actors, producers and directors. Well, we wouldn’t expect anything less from Hollywood, now would we?
Since to service left wing lies into the public atmosphere, even after the incredible fall of Jussie Smollett, being exposed as a failed “race baiting” conman, who’s tied to the Democrats, and to the continuing fall of socialist Venezuela; still Spike Lee unashamedly found the time to say this, upon collecting the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for ‘Black KkKlansman’, when he said, “The 2020 presidential election is around the corner. Let’s all mobilize. Let’s all be on the right side of history.”
This has nothing to do with films, but it’s all tied into the failing socialist agenda of crumbling Globalism, which is also intrinsically tied into Satan, which is neatly tied into “Hollywood”, pls via the use of liberal indoctrination in the schooling system and in entertainment, it often attempts to cause outrage in our politically correct world of non-logical thinkers, blindly pushed by leftists and their celebrity shills wanting everyone to think their way, and to listen to them.
Which now really makes you wonder… Who? If any people, are actually watching the Oscars willingly, if they’re not any of the formerly mentioned enthusiasts, such as a mind warped youth, a Satanist or an occultist, let alone a clueless film fan. But, we digress…
But, are there some signs of the tides changing one fine day in Hollywood? Well, with remnants of hopes of an objective filmmaking atmosphere in Hollywood remains, which is squarely focused on talent and without any political agenda? Wouldn’t that be something? One could hope that such a day could arise in the near future, but let’s not hold our breath…
Now for the winners’ of this year’s golden Oscars statues….drumroll…
This years Oscars at the 91st Academy Awards, went to:
Best Picture: Green Book
Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron, Roma
Best Actress: Olivia Colman, The Favourite
Best Actor: Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody
Best Supporting Actress: Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk
Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, Green Book
Best Foreign Film: Roma (Mexico)
Best Animated Feature Film: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
Best Original Screenplay: Green Book
Best Adapted Screenplay: BlacKkKlansman
Best Original Score: Black Panther
Best Original Song: Shallow from A Star Is Born
Best Documentary Feature: Free Solo
Best Documentary Short: Period. End Of Sentence
Best Live Action Short: Skin
Best Animated Short: Bao
Best Cinematography: Alfonso Cuaron for Roma
Best Production Design: Black Panther
Best Costume Design: Black Panther
Best Hair And Makeup: Vice
Best Sound Editing: Bohemian Rhapsody
Best Sound Mixing: Bohemian Rhapsody
Best Visual Effects: First Man
Best Editing: Bohemian Rhapsody
Some of the standout winners on the night, must be Rami Malek’s Best Actor award for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, and Alfonso Cuaron’s win for Best Director for the Netflix film, ‘Roma’, which is the first time a Netflix film has won a top Oscar. However, ‘Green Book’ surprisingly took Best Picture at the end of the night, beating out ‘Roma’, presumably for another political message.
But, Actor Javier Bardem presented ‘Roma’ with the Best Foreign Film award, giving the Oscar to Alfonso Cuaron, then stating, “There are no borders or walls that can restrain ingenuity and talent.”
Whilst, Rami Malek said the following when collecting his Best Actor award, which was that Freddie Mercury was “the son of immigrants from Egypt, a first-generation American.”
All of that, has no basis in the credible realm of reality when faced with illegal immigration, which is pushed so hard by the Democratic party, so that they can implement socialist handouts in return for Democrat party votes. That’s the big left wing hoax, in their supposed care for illegal immigrants, in a nutshell…
So, there you have it! The factors of Hollywood hypocrisy in pushing out a fraudulent moral high ground rhetoric on open borders and sympathy for people which they really do not even care about, was still prevalent, and these are the reasons why people are abandoning watching Hollywood movies, all together.
Former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, tweeted after the 2019 Oscars, “The modern Oscar show is marred every year by very little comedy and a lot of pontification and bloviating all in service of limousine liberalism.”
We couldn’t agree more, and as we said above, now it will be very interesting to see if there’s been any bloviating in the official ratings from the Academy Awards, since a third consecutive year of decline, will mar potential advertisers from investing in the awards show for a fourth time next year.
Ahead of last night’s Academy Awards, Deadline reported that the Academy had to give assurances to advertisers, that the ratings would not be low or lower, for a third year in a row. But, we already have a sneaking suspicion that the numbers are down even further this year… But, let’s wait and see… shall we? Let’s hope that the Oscars ratings are steady…
Story by The Narrator
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