Is the Hollywood award season over yet?

Is the Hollywood award season over yet?

Gosh, I hope so.

I think the most nonpartisan thing that could be said is this: Hollywood … shut up already!

Red, Blue or Purple. Shut up

Last night was the annual Oscar awards show. I love movies, which is a bit of a conundrum because they involve people I would sometimes prefer not giving my money to, but I do not boycott actors, male or female, because of their personalities or traits. I like movies.

But that doesn’t mean I want to hear movie star blather every time one of them gets a chance to open his or her mouths. Hello … Have you heard of the Mute Box? Shut up and act.

Ricky Gervais said it best this past Golden Globe award show. It was his final show, after five or so years, and as he said, “I just don’t care.”
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Ricky Gervais is a huge animal rights advocate, but did he use his platform to call out carnivores? No, he ate his own. It was awesome. He praised Apple CEO Tim Cook for a show on his new streaming service and then nailed him for using sweat shops to produce Apple products, and he told the audience if ISIS started a streaming service that they would immediately call their agents. He wrapped it by telling them that they were the last ones who had a right to tell anyone about anything. I watched the monologue the following day on YouTube, since I can no longer sit through these shows, and I was hooting and hollering. Right on Ricky Gervais.

I too am an animal rights advocate, but I am happy I did not have to watch Joaquin Phoenix try to force animal rights issues down people’s throats because he had a free 60-second platform to do so. One of the comments on a Daily Mail story was, “I remember when they got up and thanked God.”

Yeah, how about thanking your lucky stars for being a lucky star. Stop telling people how to live their lives until you are ready to jump in there and be a part of it and do it on your own time where it is appropriate. Celebrities of all type deserve an opinion, but they are entertainers who are put on pedestals and because of that they believe they are better, based on their success, so we should listen to their causes or angsts.

Like Brad Pitt. Really? Brad Pitt. Since when he is the moral authority on anything? He is SO lucky. He really needs to keep it to himself. Actors and athletes and other entertainers … we glorify them. We give them the “right” to feel smarter than the general public, which is an unpleasant state of being. When one is awarded in public for his or her work of art, he or she should talk about that and be grateful for the support of the public.

Again, on your time, not mine. I am there for the dresses.