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Jason Wallis The annual airing of Oscar grievances

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, January 27, 2012 8:05 am

Technical complications at the “Haywire” screening I attempted to attend have left me without a film to review this week (we’ll catch up with that one next time, along with the Liam Neeson survival thriller “The Grey”). But this is just as well, I suppose, considering that the recent Oscar nominations have inspired more controversy than I’ve ever seen associated with the Academy Awards, and of course I have some choice thoughts about that.

Predictions will be reserved for my Lodi Living cover article set to run the weekend of the Oscars (Sunday, Feb. 26), so this column will be primarily comprised of weeping and gnashing of teeth as I, with the aid of bullet points, lament those films and performances that were overlooked amidst the sick political gamesmanship of Academy voting. Do enjoy.

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