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Liberal establishment and Hollywood hypocrisy at it’s finest. They hounded and viciously attacked Donald Trump for his ‘locker room talk,’ and yet knew about Harvey Weinstein's raping Hollywood actresses and yet some of them knew about it and kept silence until Rose McGowen tweeted about it. Oh, and get this…. Twitter suspended McGowen’s Twitter account for exposing him, which lead the actresses to finally come out. How fucking incredible.

Why The 2014 Oscars Was Everything! Oh the feels.

Before the show got underway JLaw tripped on her hopes and dreams of winning Oscar #2.

Pharrell and his hat got the night swinging in the right direction with the help of Amy Adams.

Ellen enlisted Hollywoods finest for the worlds greatest (orchestrated) selfie. And broke Twitter!

Lupita Nyong'o won best supporting actress and told us its okay to dream big.

Then pizza arrived and ruined every starlets diet (Is cheese a carb?)

We took a moment to remember the late Paul Walker :(

Bette Middler sang a song that wasn’t I Put A Spell On You.

Idina Menzel gave the Frozen lovers a performance to fangirl over.

Matthew McConaughey received the only thing brighter than his tan.

Steve McQueen jumped into history with his Best Picture win for 12 Years A Slave.

And when the night was over, we all walked away with the same number of Oscars as Leo. 

…It’s okay Leo, we’re here for you. 

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The Silence of the Lambs (1991) - dir. Jonathan Demme

Deftly directed, beautifully scripted, and one of the finest Hollywood thrillers of all time. The Silence of the Lambs has it all - unforgettable characters, intriguing mystery, intense drama and it even won some Oscars to boot. Following female cadet Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) as she’s called in to convince Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Sir Anthony Hopkins) to aid the FBI in their hunt of renowned serial killer Buffalo Bill (Ted Levine). The trio is set up so perfectly that all director Jonathan Demme could do was sit back and let the rest of the piece fall in place.

But the beauty of Silence is Demme’s obvious decision to not do what’s easy. From the chilling interview scenes in act one, all the way until the unforgettable night-vision infused finale… Demme’s care for how a movie should be made emerges until it shines in all its brazen glory.

9.3