Being able to mouth the words provided by others isn't, to me, a sign of intelligence. That's partly why I don't listen to actors' opinions on anything. Here are more reasons why:
We’re days away from the 93rd Oscars ceremony, and we all know what that means.
- Progressive lectures
- A show that, in the best-case scenario, wraps up after three grueling hours
- A new, new ratings low
There’s something else critical about Sunday’s star-studded event. We can expect certain topics to come up over and again, from former President Donald Trump to Black Lives Matter. The following causes, though, won’t get so much as a mention.
They’re inconvenient to the industry. Some reflect poorly on President Joe Biden. Others make Hollywood denizens look like hypocrites of the highest order. The causes reveal the ideological limitations of an industry that purports to be modern-day truth tellers but acts like a Democratic Super PAC.
It’s why the ratings should sink even lower than ever this time around. No Oscar prognosticators are suggesting anything else.
For now, let’s go over some worthwhile causes that will go unmentioned April 25, and why that shouldn’t be the case.