Oscar the Grouch

I’m currently sitting on a train unable to access the Oscars live streaming (really ABC, i can access ESPN3 from anywhere and I can’t access ABC live????) so I’m naturally pissed. If Alan’s reading this, I’m pretty sure he’s cringing or trying really hard not to even think about what he would do in this situation. My guess: get off at the next station, sprint to a hotel, and pay whatever it takes to get a room.

Anyways, as I’m rendered completely useless here on this train, I thought I’d blog about what’s going on with our movie. Friday was a bit of a distracted day, as I spent more time trying to dunk on Baker than I did on my movie. However, the last two weeks have been extremely productive for the #ClementineFamily. Getting most (if not all) of the shots of our final three dream sequences was pivotal, and we are just now piecing together the footage from all three. If there’s one thing that I learned from the filming experience is that administration puts Alan’s acting to shame.

Anyways, I can’t tell if I want to live blog the Oscars (WHICH I’LL ONLY BE ABLE TO DO BASED ON INFORMATION VIA TWITTER) or just update on how badly Clementine is kicking all the other crews’ butt. I guess to not fill our 33 followers’ timelines, I’ll just update.

20/24 (Our picks)

Supporting  Actor: Jared Leto (Montana adds how much she loves Pharrell.)

Costume Design: Gatsby. Tough Call, Right Choice. #ClementineMotto

Hair and Make Up: Dallas Buyers Club

Animated Short: Get a Horse! Absolute #HorseBLEEP #Mr.Who?

Animated Feature: Frozen. Easy Money.

Visual Effects: Gravity. They shot that in space, right? #Jokes

Live Action Short: Some French title that I have no desire to type out. #BringBackFreedomFries #OurShortGameIsTerrible

Best Doc Short: Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life (Also a Lupe Fiasco Song. Fun Fact)

Best Documentary: The Act of Killing. We were 20 feet away from that one.

Best Foreign Film: Great Beauty: the story of day-to-day Clementine escapades.

Sound Mixing: Gravity.


Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong’o. Beating out J-Law and Julia Roberts is soooo Walpole Girls Soccer. And Boys Soccer. And Field Hockey. And Boys Basketball. Moving on.

Cinematography: Gravedad. I have a personal problem with Gravity winning cinematography as an almost entirely Post Production movie. Just Saying. But, we picked it.

Editing: Pesanteur.

Production Design: Gatsby. Not so rotten after all, eh Nick?


Song: Let IT GOOOOOOO. Still not making up any ground.

Adapted Screenplay: 12 Years (The Book was originally 25 years, but the script cut it down)

Original Screenplay: HER. NOT SCARLET JOHANNSON AS A COMPUTER. HER THE MOVIE. Got us back the lead folks.

Director: Alfonzo Cuaron. We originally had McQueen but went with the split in case it didn’t go Picture-Director. Money.

Actress: Cate Blanchett. Over Meryl, Amy Adams, Sandra Bullock, and Judi Dench. So Walpole Athletics. Winner, winner.

Actor: McConaughey. I loved him We Are Marshall so like, obviously the correlation was there. One more for the win. Alright Alright Alright.

Picture: 12 YEARRSSSSSS. WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER. Get ready to get dunked on Prince of Quince. Na Na Na Na, Na Na Na Na, HEY HEY HEY GOOOOODBYE.



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