The "post oscar" show is in the books, granted I didn't give you much Oscar coverage. Quite frankly, I'm a bit over it...as if you need ANOTHER blog telling you what happened, which assumes that there was anything worth talking about that actually happened. Here's what I played:
Hawaii Five-O - Morton Stevens - (1968)
John il Bastardo - Nico Fidenco - (1967)
The Man With One Red Shoe - Thomas Newman - (1985)
Heathers - David Newman - (1989)
Puppet On A Chain - Pierro Piccioni - (1971)
The Last Emperor - Ryuichi Sakamoto - (1987)
Dead Man - Neil Young - (1995)
So, I guess I will bitch about the Oscars a little after all. Why not...it seems the fashionable thing to do today, yes? So, in short. The Oscars stink. John Stewart does too. Hey, I like the Daily Show...but I don't think he's got quite the "host with the most" skill to wrangle up an event with our supposed "best of the best" in Hollywood I miss Steve Martin, Jack Benny, Jack Lemmon, and as much as it pains me to say this......Billy Crystal.
Nowadays the show is almost like watching a really pathetic episode of
On a less depressing note, Sean Lennon is stepping up to score the upcoming indie vampire flick Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are UN-Dead. Which considering it's starring Ralph Macchio, and based on the awesome work of it's namesake, I'm pretty pumped. About as pumped as I am to see the new live action AKIRA with Leo DiCaprio, seriously.