Random musings on all things cinematical, and otherwise, by Joe Leydon.
Sunday, February 25, 2007
Blogging Oscar, 10:48 pm
Sorry, but Michael Mann's montage of clips meant to represent how America is represented in the movies must rank among the most muddle-headed efforts of its kind in Oscar history. The customary "obituary reel" was, as usual, classy and respectful. (Good to see Philippe Noiret featured so prominently.) But where was James Brown, singer of "Living in America" (which figured in Mann's montage)?