Sunday, October 17, 2004
According to this article in NewsMax, Mel Gibson's movie The Passion of the Christ has little or no chance of being nominated for an Academy Award. Now, even though I know that the hopes of getting an Oscar was not the motivation for making this movie, it is still a slap in the face of the movie-going public. This movie broke all kinds of records this year, and deserves the win. But because Hollywood didn't make this movie, or even approve of it, that doesn't make any difference. Just another example of how out of touch with the mainstream people Hollywood is. The movie should be nominated, the movie should win. In several categories.
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