2013 oscars preview ft. sam

Well hello friends, I haven’t wrote anything in a while. I did warn you I was lazy. Anyways, the Oscars are coming up this Sunday and most of you have probably not watched even half of the movies. Now you can’t go into Oscar night without any working knowledge of the movies nominated, so that’s why I’m here to help. And by help I mean make things worse. Whereas normal people would get knowledge from astute movie critics who have seen every movie, you are here to get knowledge from someone who hasn’t even seen all of the trailers. I will literally be reviewing these movies based on their trailers which I am seeing for the first time right now.

On the other hand, we have guest blogger Samantha Sobolewski, (applause) who lives for movies, and has a popular segment on Twitter called “Sobo’s Movie Reviews” which are usually more riveting than the actual film she’s reviewing. Where I fail in my assessment, hopefully she shines because she’s actually seen some of the movies. Or at least has a better grasp of the ones she hasn’t. Her thoughts will be in italics.

The competition for Best Picture this year is absolutely fierce. I have seen one (1) of the movies and it was actually pretty damazing. The D is silent. But that doesn’t mean the others aren’t worth watching (yes it does). Let’s take a look.

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proper super bowl etiquette

I haven’t posted anything in what seems like a long while. I could attribute it to school starting, but that would suggest I do homework or something. It certainly does eat up a lot of my time, but the main reason was I didn’t have anything to write about. That’s mostly because I have either been a hermit or an alcoholic. Ernest Hemingway without any of the talent.

Today is the Super Bowl though, a great and important day for any sports fan. Even if you don’t like football, today you like football. I personally am indifferent. I’ll watch most playoff games, or when Tom Brady does things, but otherwise I don’t really care. This gets a little saddening when I’m with my friends during football season and the only topic is fantasy football so I just sit there quietly and awkwardly until they throw me a bone and ask me something about hockey.

Like any major event, there are rules and guidelines to the big game that everyone should follow. I’ve scoured the internet and researched heavily into this unwritten code, and I bring it to you here in its entirety.

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