I have a lot of thoughts about what worked and what didn't work on the Oscars last night, but I will restrain myself from spouting off about that. Head to Entertainment Weekly where qualified personnel are praising and slamming last nights telecast. Well, let me at least give you one image of what was COMPLETELY working last night:
YES and YES.
OK, let's get to it. I would like to discuss the winning look of the night: Contemporary Wizard Realness.
It's not talent behind three big Oscar wins. It's magic. These powerful Wizard's have cast a spell on Hollywood and I for one completely support it. And where does the magic lie? In their glorious manes. I've already written to this guy to see if I could become his Wizard Apprentice:
And the Wizard's of Waverly Place ain't got nothing' on this powerful man (Obviously the Ginger soul patch trail give him extra special powers):
And please keep Fantastic Sam away from Charismatic Claudio:
Glorious. Just glorious.
OK. It's Malfoy. That last guy is clearly Lucious Malfoy. It's freaking me out.
My advice to these middle aged men with long lustrous longs. Keep it long guys. Keep it long. It's working for you. Why mess with a good thing.
I'm pretty sure that all of these Sound and Editing Wizards are plotting to take over Hollywood, with "He who shan't be named." Ya know, I always thought I was in the House of Griffyndor, but clearly I should join these guys over at Slytherin to really get my Oscar Mojo flowing.
Well, I'll work on it guys.
I think the great American Musical "Hair" said it best:
"Give me a head with hair. Long beautiful hair. Shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen waxen. Give me down to there, hair, shoulder length or longer. Here baby, there, Momma, everywhere, Daddy, Daddy...Hair, flow it, show it. Long as God can grow, my hair."