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Raspberry Parade

Sunday, February 25th, 2007

While this evening’s Academy Awards is the night for celebrating the best in film for 2006, last night’s awards focus was altogether different.   The Golden Raspberry Awards (Razzies) were handed out—more like hurled at—in celebration of the worst that Hollywood films had to offer last year.

About a month ago (in my January 28 blog entry), I shared my predictions for the Razzie recipients; not exactly an easy thing to do for me since (thankfully) I hadn’t seen practically any of the nominated films or performances.  So when I checked out the “winners” list this morning, it wasn’t terribly surprising to discover that of the nine categories I predicted—for some reason, I refrained from predicting a winner in the Worst Screenplay and Worst Excuse for Family Entertainment categories—I was successful in predicting only five*.  

Here’s the complete list of, let’s face it, not winners but big fat losers:

*Worst Picture – Basic Instinct 2
*Worst Actress – Sharon Stone for Basic Instinct 2
Worst Actor – Marlon Wayans & Shawn Wayans for Little Man
*Worst Supporting Actress – Carmen Electra for Date Movie AND Scary Movie 4
Worst Supporting Actor – M. Night Shyamalan for Lady in the Water
Worst Director – M. Night Shyamalan for Lady in the Water
Worst Screen Couple – Shawn Wayans and EITHER Marlon Wayans or Kerry Washington for Little Man
*Worst Remake – Little Man
*Worst Prequel or Sequel – Basic Instinct 2
Worst Screenplay – Basic Instinct 2
Worst Excuse for Family Entertainment – RV

God, I hope my Oscar predictions (for that, check out my February 18 blog entry) for this evening are more successful.  After all, there’s money at stake—and a trophy!  I’d hate for my acceptance speech to have been written in vain…



And the Oscar (maybe) goes to…

Sunday, February 18th, 2007

The Oscars will be handed out a week from today, and unless you’re attending the actual ceremony you’ll probably be watching them on television in the privacy of someone’s home or at an Oscar party locally.  If you’re like me, you’ll also be throwing a few bucks into an Oscar pool with hopes of predicting the most winners and then taking home the jackpot (along with bragging rights, of course). 

Reviewing this year’s list of nominees, it’s unlikely that one film will sweep the awards; which means that predicting who will take home the golden boy is going to be a bit of a challenge.  Following an afternoon of research and contemplation—while watching Seven Brides for Seven Brothers on television–here are my predictions for this year’s Academy Award winners:

BEST PICTURE – The Departed
BEST DIRECTOR – Martin Scorcese, The Departed
BEST ACTOR – Forest Whitaker, The Last King of Scotland
BEST ACTRESS – Helen Mirren, The Queen
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – Eddie Murphy, Dreamgirls
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY – Michael Arndt, Little Miss Sunshine
ADAPTED SCREENPLAY – William Monahan, The Departed
ART DIRECTION – Pan’s Labyrinth
CINEMATOGRAPHY – Children of Men
COSTUME DESIGN – Curse of the Golden Flower
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE – An Inconvenient Truth
FILM EDITING – The Departed
MAKEUP – Pan’s Labyrinth
VISUAL EFFECTS – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
ORIGINAL SCORE – Alexandre Desplat, The Queen
ORIGINAL SONG – “Listen”, Dreamgirls
SOUND EDITING – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
SOUND MIXING – Dreamgirls
For better or worse, I’ve seen many of the films (and performances, etc…) nominated, but whether that works for or against me remains to be seen.  So there you have it, Sir Randy’s Oscars predictions.  What do you think?




Classic Porn, Straight Up

Tuesday, February 13th, 2007

The first time I ever saw an “adult” film (which in my case, it was Debbie Does Dallas) I must have been around 11 or 12 years old–please don’t inquire how long ago that was for me.  Any way, at the time I hadn’t any idea that what I was watching might one day be considered “classic” any more than I was aware that what was getting me hard in fact were the dudes and not the dames on-screen. 

It’s been ages since my coming out and much longer since I had an opportunity to take a walk down memory lane where straight porn is concerned.  That is, until I was exploring the lovely Gay Hot Movies site; my review for it can be found on Sir Randy under the pay-per-view category.  While examining GHM, I discovered a “Classics” category in both Hot Movies, and Hot Movies For Her bonus sites.  Among the 2,000+ titles was Debbie Does Dallas, so I decided to check it out…this time as a gay man and not a confused teenager. 

Glad I did.  I realized that even as a fag, the on-screen action has held “up” well over the years.  The guys may be plowing pussy but clearly if the cock is big and hard—and the guy it belongs to, attractive– I can still find the action hot.  Who knew? And there’s something about many of these 70’s porn studs that really turns me on.  Guys like Eric Edwards, for example.  Yum. 

There’s also something oddly educational about checking out classic straight porn like Deep Throat, The Devil in Miss Jones, and Stiff Competition.  There seemed to be more of a focus on storyline, productions were shot on film, not video, and both male and female performers looked more natural, especially the women.  Remember, we’re talking about a decade when looking “plastic perfect” wasn’t an option. (Thank god.)

And while I’m in no hurry to become a member at any exclusively straight sites, being able to check out how the other half fuck and suck when on a great gay site like Gay Hot Movies is a cool option to have.   


Xanadu or Don’t?

Sunday, February 4th, 2007

Remember Xanadu?  The Olivia Newton-John/Gene Kelly roller-skating “musical fantasy” that was released in 1980 to scathing reviews and lackluster box-office returns, only to evolve over the years into a cult classic?  Well, of course you do!  (You are gay, right?)  And if not the film—and depending on your age, of course—you must at least be familiar with its successful ONJ/ELO soundtrack.  If you answered “no” to either, well fuck off already (ha ha).  But if you answered “yes” to either, then you may or may not (and again, fuck off if that’s a “not”) be as thrilled as me by the news that Xanadu is coming to Broadway this spring!  

Last year I started to hear and read rumors that a stage adaptation was being workshopped for an off-Broadway production. It wasn’t long before those rumors were confirmed and the musical’s destination changed from “off” to “on” Broadway, set to open in May 2007 at the Helen Hayes Theater in New York. 

But who would be cast in this stage version of the cult film classic?  Until February 1, the part that Olivia originated was to be played by Jane Krakowski, the Tony award winning actress (for the 2003 musical, “Nine”) best known for her former role on television as Elaine on “Ally McBeal”, and for her current role as Jenna on “30 Rock”.  Jane had starred in all of the workshops and is a familiar and respected name in the theatrical community.  Alas, according to Variety, the talented actress’ day job prevents her from lacing up for the great white way this spring (and that’s a shame).

Despite casting news not yet announced, the musical’s opening night remains scheduled for May. 

I for one intend on checking it out—did I mention that I have an original movie poster for Xanadu framed and displayed in my living room?—and am obviously hoping that when it opens, the attention it receives is more in line with “Spamalot” than “Taboo”.

According to the opening lyrics of the title song, Xanadu is “a place, where nobody dared to go”.  Let’s hope that doesn’t ring true on Broadway.



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