January 25, 2005

"F 9/11" gets ZERO Oscar nominations

Nominations for the Academy Awards were named today, and in a rare moment of clarity, the nominations included a big fat goose egg for Michael "Fathead" Moore's propaganda flick "Fahrenheit 9/11."

Fathead claimed that he'd get a nomination for the film, which did it's level best to slander the Bush Administration during the 2004 Presidential Campaign.

And like most of America, the Motion Picture Academy didn't buy it.

The Oscars will be handed out February 27 on ABC. The show will be hosted by Chris Rock.

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1 I think it's a shame that "Passion of the Christ" wasn't nominated for bigger awards. Yes the score is hauntingly beautiful, but so is the movie. I think if they hadn't gotten their noses out of joint because it wasn't a "Hollywood" movie, more of them would have seen it and it would have been in the top five. But I am thrilled about MM being shut out. A big skunk for the big skunk.

Posted by: Denise at January 26, 2005 12:06 AM (6krEN)

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