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The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, March 24, 1994 -- 7




Oscars '94: Weird
in a wild new way
Goldberg replaces Crystal as emcee

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NE ROOM in house. $200 neg. incl. uti
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Oh, what a wonderful night at the
Oscars. Everyone was there dressed
to kill or be killed. People laughed
and cried along with the millions
watching. And no one tried to make
any inept political statements.
Instead of painful politics we got
an annoying number by Bernadette
Peters along with people trying to
dance ballet to the music of "The
Fugitive." No Richard Gere spouting
on about sending happy thoughts, in-
stead we get the wacky Christian Slater
who was quite literally just happy to
be there.
And of course the real question
was Whoopi Goldberg, could she re-
place Billy Crystal? Just think about
the stupidity of that question and you
have your answer.
What more can you ask of Holly-
wood? We had lots of flash and a little
class. Thank god it's over.
But onto the real importance. Best
supporting actor. In a night filled with
almost no upsets, this one was already
in the bag even if it was somewhat of
a disappointment. Tommy Lee Jones
was great, but Ralph Fiennes was so
much more powerful. And Jones
wouldn't have so easily snagged this
one if he had been given his just
rewards two years ago when he was
nominated for "JFK."
But "The Fugitive" was a nice,
safe picture, so the man pretending to
be the president of the Hair Club for
Men wins the first in what should be
many awards.
For this critic, best supporting ac-
tress was the biggest surprise. Winona
seemed a sure bet even if she did
almost nothing in "The Age of Inno-
cence." The only real competition was
Rosie Perez for the criminally under-
rated "Fearless." And perhaps that's
where the split came that allowed
Anna Paquin to sneak off with the
Oscar while also giving the best speech
of the entire night.
Best actor was yet another sure
bet. Hanks' performance was right on
time and the perfect way for the acad-
emy to nod its politically correct head.
Sorry, Liam, but at least you were

By the time best actress came up
most of the people watching had gone
to sleep. Holly Hunter's silent por-
trayal of a woman caught between
two men, a daughter and a piano was
so secure that the other nominees must
have come for the food.
Then, finally the big one. Every-
one knew where it should go, but no
one knew if it would go to him.
Granted, Jane Campion did a good
job as did the other nominees, but it
was really no contest. And she must
have known that after she won for
best screenplay that she wasn't going
to get anything else.
Steven Spielberg won the Acad-
emy Award not only because it was
time for the academy to acknowledge
him, but because he had earned it.
"Schindler's List" was a film where
the director stepped away from his
comfortable usual and showed us all
that he was still great.
"Schindler's List" had to win for
best picture just as Spielberg had to
win for best director. The movie was
great and far beyond all the other
nominees. Granted many people will
say that the guilt factor had a lot to do
with it, and maybe'so, but the film is
still great, regardless.
So another year passes and we see
that Whoopi Goldberg can actually
hold her own in front of Hollywood's
finest. Yes, some of the comments
were stupid, but so were the nomina-
tions. "Cliffhanger" for three differ-
ent awards? And how did Janet Jack-
son get up on stage?
The biggest blunder, however,
came from Kirk Douglas who forgot
to mention the last nominee for best
cinematography. This moment basi-
cally summed up the Oscars for what
they are -a long wait for someone to
officially announce what we all al-
ready know. Whoopi might have
pulled their fat out of the fire if she
hadn't had so much trouble pronounc-
ing the title "Searching for Bobby
It was Spielberg's year and
deservingly so. His two films com-
bined captured ten Oscars. All one
can really think is what's next?
Oh, what a night at the Oscars.

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