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Empire Admin -> The Greatest Oscar Moments (16/2/2009 5:38:41 PM)

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kinkykeeks -> RE: Every year the same (17/2/2009 10:39:58 AM)

I agree, try finding some new ones instead of recycling the old ones, even a little reshuffle might do




Drew_231 -> RE: superb list... (18/2/2009 11:25:04 AM)

I think Chaplin's ovation should have been number one






plum bob -> (2/2/2010 1:32:53 PM)

SCOR SE SE, SCOR SE SE WOOOOOOOOOO! spot on empire!




devenden -> (2/2/2010 2:25:25 PM)

hugh jackmans musical opening???




babasala -> All right apart from one (2/2/2010 6:42:04 PM)

Love the list. Apart from the Stomp Comment. That was classic. The moment I actually started paying attention to the oscars. There anywhere we can see video of all these?




fada -> Just a correction. (2/2/2010 7:51:09 PM)

No. 8: "-- and beat Peter Fonda down with a Nickelodeon award."
You must mean Peter O'Toole :)




Ichi1 -> Tomei's career since winning the Oscar.... (3/2/2010 12:15:56 AM)

....has been far more interesting, creative, and down right better than the 4 ladies she was nominated against. She deserved the win for Vinny and people need to get over it already.




waltham1979 -> geeeeez (3/2/2010 1:04:33 AM)

"but Cameron couldn't hear them as he brandished his Best Director Statue. "I'm king of the world!" he cried and, with the biggest film ever under his belt, it was hard to argue." SERIOUSLY I love you guys but do you think you could get your head out of Cameron's arse for just one minute???.......




waltham1979 -> geeeeez (3/2/2010 1:05:26 AM)

"but Cameron couldn't hear them as he brandished his Best Director Statue. "I'm king of the world!" he cried and, with the biggest film ever under his belt, it was hard to argue." SERIOUSLY I love you guys but do you think you could get your head out of Cameron's arse for just one minute???.......




pawsey -> Chariots of Fire (3/2/2010 12:04:04 PM)

Didn't this receive seven NOMINATIONS and just four Oscars?




Oliver Sim -> Mistake, Empire!!! (3/2/2010 1:49:02 PM)

'The Comedian Song'. They were going to beat Peter O'Toole with a Nickelodeon Award!




RosskoEmpire -> No Wolverine?! (3/2/2010 5:28:28 PM)

What about Hugh Jackmans absolutely superb opening from last years Oscars? Purely a genuinely fantastic moment in Academy Award history..




Andr913 -> That Marisa Tomei thing is just cruel (3/2/2010 10:34:47 PM)

Why does everyone hate her so much, she was hilarious in that film!




stufrazer1983 -> sponsored by Crash on Blu Ray (3/2/2010 11:09:35 PM)

do like that, you don't care about your sponsors who you say is undeserving of the Oscar it was awarded. It wasn't deserving wholly undeserving. But I laughed when I saw it was sponsored by Crash on Blu Ray. If I was the type of person to LOL I would.




tobesm -> Deja Vu? (4/2/2010 7:17:55 PM)

This list seems spectacularly familiar...




bramkleiweg -> Minor detail: (5/2/2010 2:02:30 PM)

This special I absolutely love, but the mention of 'The Comedian Song' contains an error. At the 2007 Academy Awards, it wasn't Peter Fonda who 'was to be beaten down with a Nickelodeon Award', but Peter O'Toole.




Stehako -> Marty (6/2/2010 5:37:52 AM)

This is awesome that you put him winning at number one! Actually, I would have rather seen him win 10 other deserving trophies; but still glad you recognize his brilliance and the Academy's inaneness.




Stehako -> Marty (6/2/2010 5:38:09 AM)

This is awesome that you put him winning at number one! Actually, I would have rather seen him win 10 other deserving trophies; but still glad you recognize his brilliance and the Academy's inaneness.




calwen -> Moment number 5 (26/2/2010 4:55:43 PM)

It was in 2004 not 1990 when Billy Crystal hosted Oscars and sang a song about nominees.




IrmaCMD -> RE: Moment number 5 (5/3/2010 3:55:27 AM)

Billy Crystal hosted 1990, 91, 92, 93, 97, 98, 2000, and 2004 - so they are correct and you are not.




TheSpleen -> RE: Moment number 5 (18/3/2010 6:42:59 PM)

Treyt Parker and Matt Stone not being filmed because they knew when Phil Collins won they'd do something if a camera was on them.
Sally Kirkland's face when Cher won the Oscar.




JohnnyWalker2001 -> Mistake (20/3/2010 8:01:07 PM)

Apparently Littlefeather WASN'T the hired actress Ebert reported her to be...

http://www.sacheenlittlefeather.net/pages/1/index.htm




Evil_Bob -> RE: Mistake (16/2/2011 2:07:12 PM)

Helen Hunt beat Julie Christie to the Oscar not Helen Mirren




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