Never have I felt this
excited when watching the Oscars. Well not since 2004, anyway. My Twitter timeline was flooded with my virtual "squealings", besides the RTs from my friends about the winners and such. By afternoon, my friends would've probably acknowledged me as Inception geek (if they haven't already). Ahha.
Why was I so excited? Because 2 of my favourite movies are "tied" with 4 awards; those fave movies being "The King's Speech" and "Inception".The King's Speech
Best Original Screenplay: David Seidler♣
Best Director: Tom Hooper♣
Best Actor: Colin Firth♣
Best Motion PictureInception
Best Cinematography: Wally Pfister♣
Best Sound Mixing: Lora Hirschberg, Gary Rizzo and Ed Novick♣
Best Sound Editing: Richard King♣
Best Visual Effects: Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley, Pete Bebb, and Paul J. FranklinSource: http://twitter.com/IMDb
Although The King's Speech
has --what you would call "the upper hand",-- I'm just glad that Inception actually had their shot at winning because initially, I really thought that the former would sweep every single awards a la "Lord of The Rings: Return of the Kings" back in 2004.
*heaves a satisfied sigh* Well. That's that. It was good while it all lasted. Off to class I go!P/S:
James Franco and Anne Hathaway did good, despite being their first time. But I still love Ricky Gervais's "cheeky" style when he hosted The Golden Globes. :3