(hard, 2 points): mention any five members of Blogophilia in your story
(easy, 1 point): include 2 Oscar winning movies
Please highlight or otherwise point out your bonus points attempts. Don't forget to guess who picked the topic and the bonus picture as well as guessing the bonus secret word or phrase for a chance at more points. Send in your topic, bonus point suggestions and bonus picture for next week after you post your blog!
My Guesses are;
Topic - Oksana
Picture - Miss Mojito
Bonus points - Hump day, the straw that broke the camels back, Hitchin a ride, Camel toe (tow), Camelback
The Accidental Tourist is a 1988 American drama film. Directed by Lawrence Kasdan, with an Academy Award nominated score by John Williams, the film's screenplay was adapted by Kasdan and Frank Galati from the novel of the same name by Anne Tyler. One of the most acclaimed films of 1988, it was nominated for several awards including four Academy Awards. The cast includes William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Geena Davis and Bill Pullman. Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress - Geena Davis
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is an American 1975 drama film directed by Miloš Forman. The film is an adaptation of the 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey. The movie was the first to win all five major Academy Awards (Best Picture, Actor in Lead Role, Actress in Lead Role, Director, Screenplay) since It Happened One Night in 1934, an accomplishment not repeated until 1991, by The Silence of the Lambs.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest won all of the "Big Five" Academy Awards at the 48th Oscar ceremony
Academy Award for Best Picture — Michael Douglas, Saul Zaentz
Academy Award for Best Director — Miloš Forman
Academy Award for Best Actor — Jack Nicholson
Academy Award for Best Actress — Louise Fletcher
Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay - Laurence Hauben, Bo Goldman
It was nominated for an additional four awards;
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor — Brad Dourif
Academy Award for Best Cinematography — Haskell Wexler, Bill Butler
Academy Award for Film Editing — Richard Chew, Lyzee Klingman, Sheldon Kahn
Academy Award for Original Music Score — Jack Nitzshe
Blogophilia Members listed;
DJ6ual, Crazy*PJS (1), Dr. Gaga Pie, Nissmech, James Bond
Sometimes discovering and reading the blogs is a bit like being a stranger in a another land. You never know what topic is next. Sometimes blogs have the word "Sex" in the headline and there is no sex once you read them. Others give you no warning and you walk eye balls first into a blog containing explicit sex.
Sometimes you run into in old friends, or make a new friend over blogs.
Sometimes you wonder "what in the hell is this person thinking?" when reading a blog. Sometimes it is like they just crawled through your brain and stole what you were thinking and typed it out in a blog. (I like it when that happens, but it is kinda scary as well.)
Some blogs can make you cry. This is particularly true of the blogs that write from the heart about the abuse/rape/child molestation/illness the owner has lived through. Some blogs make you think "One flew over the Cuckoo's nest" because you disagree with the writer over politics/religion/beliefs/what ever makes you think they are fruit bat crazy.
I am new to the blog system. I have been on myspace for quite some time, and had posted over 1000 blogs. But I did not know there was a whole blog community I was missing out on! I came across Blogophilia one day and it was like I became an "Accidental Tourist"! Link to BLOGOPHILIA
I found Blogophilia by following the links on DJ6ual's blog. For that you are at the top of my list!
Crazy*PJS (1) gave me my very first "E" blog award! Thank you so much! Since then they have been flooding in. WOW! (that reminds me, I need to put up a few more, but I have been battling this dizziness for a few days and have not been up to it yet.)
Dr. Gaga Pie was one of the first to reach out a hand and offer friendship. For that I will be ever thankful!
I learned that Nissmech and I have the military in common, and that he is not as intimidating as I first thought, he is actually a very nice man.
I have learned that James Bond has some skills. He bar tends in the BLOGOPHILIA comment section, and he tries very hard to welcome all new people.