Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Back!

Hey everybody! It's been a LONG time , yes, but I've been on vacation in France for the past two weeks! It was a lot of fun, but it was very hot and I did get really tired by the end of the day. But I did see Woody Allen twice (!) in the city walking with his wife and I almost saw Marion Cotillard but me and my father left because we had waited for about an hour and she still hadn't come out of her hotel, so bummer. Here are some things I did there: Went to the Eifle Tower, Went to countless museums and saw the original Mona Lisa, saw King Louis's palace, saw and toured Notre Dame and several other churches, and ect.

So, now I'm back! And I'll start 03 tomorrow with Charlize's profile. Anyway, I have the next three years planned, but if anybody has any requests for Best Actress years they'd like me to do, I'd be happy to take them! I was also thinking about some Supporting years and I'll either start with 89 or 42, depending on which one you'd like me to do first. So, give me some requests!

8 comments:

Fritz said...

Hey, sounds like a great vacation! I was also in Paris once. I really liked it even though I found it a bit overrated (yes, I use the word 'overrated' not only for performances :-) )

If we are free to chose, how about 1954? Or 1950?

joe burns said...

Thanks! And I agree with you, It's not the best city in the world, but it's a gorgeous one!

For Actress or Supporting Actress? Well, I want to do 1954 a long time from now because as of now, I'm pretty sure Garland will win and I don't really need to rewatch it since I've seen it once and watched scenes of it over and and over again, so I want to rewatch it after a long time so it'll be more interesting. But 1950 will be sometime soon after those three years I have planned!

Louis Morgan said...

Glad to see you back Joe. I think 1939 would be an interesting year for both actress and supporting actress.

Twister said...

Welcome back! Oh and Joe check out all my new posts and tell me what you think?

Ps. You really saw Woody? That's random, but pretty cool. You don't think of American directors just walking around in other countries.

joe burns said...

Louis Morgan: I'll check to see if Supporting 39 is possible. Thanks!

Twister: Thanks too! I'm a little disappointed that Frances didn't get a higher rating and I don't agree with Joan Cusack winning, but to each his own! I have to see all of Davis's performance though.

And yeah, I did!

Sara919 said...

Oh, cool! I've been to France too, but that was a long, long, long time ago. When I was there we saw Leonardo DiCaprio and we also went to the Eiffle Tower, Notre Dame, and Louvre! And we saw where they hold the Cannes Film Festival, so that was cool.

joe burns said...

That sounds fun too. Did you get DiCrapio's autograph?

Sara919 said...

Haha, no. We were in a small shop when we saw him outside and the shopkeeper went outside to talk to him, but this really big guy (bodyguard, obviously) got in front of her and they left.