>Snubbed but Loved


The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may not think Dreamgirls deserves an Oscar for Best Picture, although it did receive eight other nominations, but I sure do. I simply loved the movie, and that’s saying a lot for someone who isn’t a fan of musicals. In fact, I usually prefer to roll right on by the music and opt for the dramitazation, but that was definitely not the case with Dreamgirls. The all-star cast, the love, the emotion, and the music made for such a great cinematic experience.

It’s a movie I would whole-heartedly recommend.
If you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and catch it before it leaves theaters.

Here is some behind the scenes footage.

[click “play” (the arrow button) to watch]

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2 thoughts on “>Snubbed but Loved

  1. >I hate they didn't get nominated for best picture too. I hope Jennifer Hudson and Eddie Murphy win the awards in their categories. I'm not sure who I want to win in the Best Actor category since both Will Smith & Forrest Whitaker are up for it.


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