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Should we have a wide release “best picture” Oscar?

Question by Paco: Should we have a wide release “best picture” Oscar?
In the last four years an Oscar nomination for best picture is likely to be a small serious art-house drama , probably with an R rating (4 out 5 nominations for the last four years were rated R). Some of these films are deeply personal.
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But the industry is driven by fantasy, children’s movies, romance, horror, comedy, action and sometimes (adult comedy). The mainstay was a PG-13 movie. Out of 516 movies released this year there were 59 movies released in more than 3000 theaters sometimes called wide – release movies.
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It is difficult to impossible for one of these movies to get nominated anymore, let alone win. It was’t that many years ago that #1 box office movies like Lord of the Rings were not only getting nominated but winning.
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They are increasing the number of nominations from 5 to 10 this year so that hopefully some wide – release films get nominated, but it does not increase the likeihood that Disney Pixar’s “UP” is going to beat some small violent art house film.
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Should we have a new Oscar category called “best wide release picture”? Or are we just wasting our time?
Here are the wide releases in order of critical success. Obviously there are some very popular films like Transformer II are near the bottom of the list. Some movies like Zombieland were critical success but were not commercial successes.

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Star Trek
District 9 (R)
Zombieland (R)
Inglourious Basterds (R)
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Avatar
The Princess and the Frog
Michael Jackson’s This Is It
The Hangover (R)
Where the Wild Things Are
Monsters Vs. Aliens
The Blind Side
Sherlock Holmes
Funny People (R)
Public Enemies (R)
Watchmen (R)
17 Again
Taken
A Christmas Carol (2009)
The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (R)
Astro Boy
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Hotel for Dogs
Saw VI (R)
Shorts
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
He’s Just Not That Into You
Hannah Montana The Movie
The Proposal
Race to Witch Mountain
2012
Imagine That
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
Angels & Demons
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Knowing
Terminator Salvation
Aliens in the Attic
The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Fast and Furious
The Final Destination (R)
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Fame (2009)
Friday the 13th (2009)
Land of the Lost
G-Force
Planet 51
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
Halloween II (2009) (R)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Year One
The Pink Panther 2
Couples Retreat
Bride Wars
Old Dogs
Last year Frost/Nixon was seen by 1.2 million people before nomination, 1.2 million between nomination and award show, and 0.2 million after the award show. Although I liked the acting, it presented a highly distorted view of history. And 4 million people will watch a repeat of Leno Show.
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I think the Oscar’s need a second award if films like this keep getting nominated for best picture.

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Answer by Dan B
The reason the art films are winning is because everyone was crying after LOTR and Braveheart and Gladiator and other blockbusters kept winning. This is a reaction to that. And it’s stupid.

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One of the best ways to go about acquiring a new pet is by lending a careful thought to the strayed and abandoned animals, specifically with regards to dogs.

 

The sad reality is that many dog owners are not adequately informed on how to care for their pet, and more often then not, lack the necessary skills to train and raise them making them all the more prone to neglecting their responsibilities as owners, which result in unhappy, ill-behaved or bad-tempered dogs, and in the worst case scenarios, will lead to abandonment.

 

When considering adopting a dog from a shelter, there are some important factors to take into consideration.

 

First, realize that many dogs are impounded or surrendered because their previous owners failed to prevent or solve behavior problems. Now that does not mean this is particularly the dog’s fault, more often then not, it’s a question of the owner lacking the dog training skills or being misinformed on the compatibility of the dog’s breed with the lifestyle of the owner.

 

Remember that the breed of your dog will dictate much of his personality, health and training character. If the breed you have your heart set on is not available at your local shelter, there are plenty of shelter homes to look through. Nevertheless, know that every shelter offers a handful of wonderful dogs.

 

One more way to help you in your adoption process is to inform yourself about the shelter, ask for references from other people you may know that have adopted a dog from the shelter you are thinking of adopting from. If you don’t know anyone, ask the shelter for them to provide you with contacts of some of the adoptions they have had.

 

One distinct disadvantage to adopting from a shelter is the uncertainty it involves. You do not have the benefit of knowing the dog’s parents, whether your dog will grow up to be big or small, active or lethargic, outgoing or reserved. Not knowing the health background of your dog is probably the biggest disadvantage of adopting from a shelter. Nevertheless, your dog will have the same emotional and physical needs, and has the same capacity to learn new tricks and show you love just as any other dog.

 

Another very important aspect to keep in mind is of course the physical state of the dog. Many shelters are limited in the health resources they can offer the dogs, so it is strongly recommended both for you and the dog, to consult a veterinarian within the first weeks after adopting.

 

In addition to health issues, you must be aware that the background of the dog is mostly unknown so realize that the dog may have some emotional scars to recover from. These scars will be the most important thing to help him forget in the early stages. Many shelter dogs have unpleasant pasts, but if you work diligently and lovingly to gain his trust, you will create a valuable pet friend for many years.

 

Once adopted, it is recommended that the transition be smooth for the animal. Do not dive him/her too hastily within an active environment, especially with kids around, until you see that it is comfortable with its surroundings.

 

Fortunately, dogs are very forgiving and they will almost always respond to affectionate efforts. Keep in mind that your adopted dog will need extra doses of love, understanding and patience as he learns to place his confidence in you.

 

So when the day arrives where you are ready to bring in a new “member” into your family, realize that adopting a dog from a shelter is not only a cheaper solution, it is also a way to help the overpopulation of shelter animals and give “Man’s Best Friend” a second chance, which will be very rewarding in itself.

 

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First of all you should investigate and find out exactly if your dog has diabetes.

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that is due to insufficient insulin in the body. Insulin is a hormone that the body regulates its blood glucose level.

Symptoms of diabetes

1. The dog manifest a change of appetite that lasts more than a few days. Both the decrease and the increase appetite are reasons to worry.

2. The dog suddenly less active and the situation lasts more than 1-2 days.

3. Dog urinate more or less than usual, or drink more water than usual. (unless the weather gets warmer, when it is normal for him to consume more water then usual.)

4. Dog vomits or has diarrhea. If the situation lasts more than1-2 days, the body loses water and dehydration is reached.

5. Dog scratch or licks one continuous area.

6. Dog sneeze, cough or have swollen eyes.

7. The dog has fur without luster.

8. The dog show signs of pain.

9. The dog appears disoriented and nervous.

10. The dog gang uncontrolled.

One of the first signs and one of the most obvious is weight loss in conditions where the dog presents a normal appetite or even higher than normal. This is a specific sign of the disease, other signs of illness are loss of live, nervousness, drink water and urinate more often than usual and in this case dog diabetic food is the best choice for your pet.

Diagnosis

Feces analysis will indicate the cause of disease and may be confirmed by blood tests.

So, if your dog has this symptoms than you should take him immediately to the veterinarian and after that your dog should eat only dog diabetic food because this kind of food is the best for a dog with diabetes.

Why should I feed my dog with dog diabetic food?

There are a number of benefits that dog diabetic food has to offer and there are:
-dog diabetic food is highly palatable to the dog
-it is a complete diet so there in not need for the inclusion of supplements
-dog diabetic food contain elevated levels of  viscous soluble fiber which is effective in supporting the treatment of diabetes
-it has a restricted fat content
-it contain enhanced vitamins and minerals
-it contain an enriched anti-oxidant cocktail for highly effective treatment of the diabetes

Your dog will live a long and happy life only if he eat healthy food like special dog diabetic food and no more sweets and homemade food.

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Dog Supplies : How to Make a Dog House Warm in the Winter

JAKE! Out in the cold? Bite your owner in the butt until they click on this link! You deserve a great doghouse!!! bit.ly

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