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By Joey Magidson

Film Contributor


It’s all over, folks. After almost a year of preparation (and yes, I’ve already started working on early predictions for next year), the Oscar ceremony is now in our rear view mirror. Argo has been crowned Best Picture, Daniel Day-Lewis has his record-setting third Best Actor statue, host Seth MacFarlane managed to wed his trademark humor with the more buttoned down tastes of the Academy, and nearly every film nominated took home something. Hell, we even got a surprise video recording from First Lady Michelle Obama and our first tie in any category since 1968! It was a good evening for just about everyone.

The Academy really spread the love around this year. No film won more than four statues (that was Life of Pi), and Argo wound up with only three Oscars overall. We’ll forever argue over if Ben Affleck would have »

- Joey Magidson

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