It's already closing.
Give it time.
That was fast.
Which was to be f---in' expected.
Start your fantasy casting!
It will replace the original, R-rated version of the Best Picture winner.
Congrats to 'The King's Speech.'
"On the whole I provide a service, because perfectionism is completely overrated."
It kinda makes you wonder how Lionel Logue paid the bills before the stammering king came along.
'Unknown' wins the weekend.
But Tom Hooper lost to David Fincher.
Going to events and doing eight shows a week of 'Diary of a Madman,' "you do fall asleep at parties."
For Super Bowl counter-programming, a 'Single White Female' knockoff was mildly effective.
Surprises! Bad behavior! Christopher Nolan!
Would a win for 'King's Speech' really be so bad? Or would we have another 'Crash' situation on our hands?
He leaves the room when the film's name is called.
Including, "Let movie stars tell you whom to vote for."
Our reaction to this also requires some bleeps.
Now on to the Oscars.
Natalie Portman's still on top.
It gets rough around the two-minute mark.
The two biggest things that happened yesterday go head-to-head.
[Unintelligible Boston accents.]
And a new tagline: “Some things never go out of style: Friendship; Courage; Loyalty.”