Lisa Marie’s Week In Review: 2/22/21 — 2/28/21

I was going to write about how I finally feel as if I’ve gotten my rhythm back after having my focus shaken by last week’s  winter storm but I just finished watching this year’s Golden Globes ceremony and it was literally one of the most depressing things that I’ve ever seen in my entire life.

After all that, I’m just ready for the week to be over.

Films I Watched:

  1. Airport (1970)
  2. Airport 1975 (1974)
  3. Airport 77 (1977)
  4. The Concorde …. Airport 79 (1979)
  5. The Dead Pit (1989)
  6. The Little Things (2021)
  7. Staying Alive (1983)
  8. Summer of Fear (1978)
  9. The Towering Inferno (1974)
  10. The Way Back Home (2006)
  11. Wildcats (1986)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. 9-1-1: Lone Star
  3. AMC Backstory
  4. The Bachelor
  5. Bar Rescue
  6. Community
  7. Degrassi
  8. The District
  9. Gangsters: America’s Most Evil
  10. Golden Globes
  11. Hell’s Kitchen
  12. Hill Street Blues
  13. Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court
  14. The Love Boat
  15. Mobsters
  16. The Office
  17. Parking Wars
  18. Perry Mason
  19. Tough as Nails
  20. Twilight Zone
  21. Yes, Minister

Books I Read:

  1. Leave The World Behind (2020) by Rumaan Alam

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Air Supply
  2. Broken Bells
  3. Chromatics
  4. Daft Punk
  5. Dropkick Murphys
  6. Dua Lipa
  7. Elle King
  8. Glume
  9. Marilyn Manson
  10. Modern English
  11. Muse
  12. Phantogram
  13. The Prodigy
  14. Saint Motel
  15. Simple Minds
  16. Vitalic

Live Tweet:

  1. Through the Shattered Lens Live Tweets The Golden Globes

Awards Season:

  1. Southern Eastern Film Critics Association Winners
  2. Vancouver Film Critics Winners
  3. Online Association of Female Film Critics
  4. Art Directors Guild Nominees
  5. The Golden Globe Winners

News From Last Week:

  1. Daft Punk Break Up
  2. 366 Feature Films Are Eligible for the Oscars, the Most Since 1970
  3. Norway Museum Says Edvard Munch Wrote ‘Madman’ On ‘The Scream’
  4. NBC Pulling ‘Nurses’ Episode From Digital Platforms After Criticism Over Orthodox Jewish Storyline
  5. Lady Gaga’s two French bulldogs have been returned safely, LAPD says
  6. CNN reporter under fire for ‘insensitive’ remarks on Tiger Woods crash
  7. Cuomo Is Accused of Sexual Harassment by a 2nd Former Aide
  8. Cynthia Nixon, others scoff after Cuomo team names judge to ‘review’ gov’s sex scandal
  9. As recall threat grows, California Gov. Gavin Newsom shifts his governing style, pushing reopenings
  10. Cannes, France, Opens Its Stunning Underwater Museum

Links From Last Week:

  1. My story of working with Governor Cuomo
  2. Media star Andrew Cuomo has gone missing
  3. The Golden Globes’ weirdest nominations: Sia’s ‘Music’ and more
  4. Justice League: The Shocking, Exhilarating, Heartbreaking True Story of #TheSnyderCut
  5. NBC Needs To Apologize For Their Libelous Portrayal of Hasidic Jews In “Nurses”
  6. Inside Joss Whedon’s ‘Cutting’ and ‘Toxic’ World of ‘Buffy’ and ‘Angel’
  7. We’re gonna celebrate: How Daft Punk’s Discovery gave computer music soul
  8. ‘They left an indelible mark on my psyche’: how Daft Punk pushed pop forward
  9. Daft Punk and the virtues of mystery
  10. Bye, Robot: a farewell to Daft Punk
  11. The Robots Who Ruled the World

Links From The Site:

  1. I reviewed The Little Things and shared a scene that I love from Staying Alive!
  2. Erin shared: The Dark Throne, The Spice of Life, Hardrock, Diary of Death, Off Limits, Death Haunts The Dark Lane, and Gold!
  3. Jeff shared music videos from Heart, Pearl Jam, Journey, Kiss, Matchbox Twenty, Chicago, and Hot Chocolate!
  4. Ryan reviewed Moments with Mo’ Peaches, Bubblegum Maelstrom, and Dust!

More From Us:

  1. Ryan has a patreon!  Consider subscribing!
  2. At Days Without Incident, Leonard wrote about Daft Punk!
  3. At Pop Politics, Jeff proclaimed: I’m Still Alive!
  4. On her photography site, Erin shared: The Backyard Last Week, Ice, Daggers Above Your Head, Cold Air, Side of the House, Snow, and Swing!
  5. On my music site, I shared songs from: Glume, Daft Punk, Modern English, Vitalic, Dropkick Murphys, Phantogram, and Muse!

Want to see what I did last week?  Click here!

The Shattered Lens Live Tweets The Golden Globes

It turns out that Patrick had the right idea.  Jeff, Leonard, Case, and I watched the Golden Globes tonight and it was seriously the most depressing awards show that I can remember.  The tables were largely empty and Amy Poehler and Tina Fey’s attempts at humor felt forced and awkward.  The constant bragging about the amount of money that the show was raising for charity felt like an attempt to deflect from all of the negative publicity that the HFPA has received over the past few weeks.  Nothing about the show felt right.

The winners accepted from home.  I enjoyed seeing Eugene Levy’s house.  It’s a very nice house.  But it still felt, to use that familiar term again, forced and awkward.  Even the surprise winners — and there were more than a few — could do little to alleviate the gloomy feel of the show.  At a time when we could use a little glamour, the Golden Globes were subdued and painful.  One can only imaging how painful the Oscars are going to be.

Here’s a few tweets from tonight:

Here Are The Golden Globe Winners!

Supporting Actor, Motion Picture — Daniel Kaluuya, Judas and the Black Messiah

Supporting Actor, Television — John Boyega, Small Axe

Actress, TV Music or Comedy — Catherine O’Hara, Schitt’s Creek

Motion Picture, Animated — Soul

Actor, TV Limited Series or Movie — Mark Ruffalo, I Know This Much Is True

Screenplay, Motion Picture — Aaron Sorkin, The Trial of the Chicago 7

Actress, TV Series, Drama — Emma Corrin, The Crown

Original Song, Motion Picture — lo Si, The Life Ahead

Original Score, Motion Picture — Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste, Soul

Actor, TV Series, Musical or Comedy — Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso

TV Series, Musical or Comedy — Schitt’s Creek

Actress. Musical or Comedy Film — Rosamund Pike, I Care A Lot

Actor, TV Series, Drama — Josh O’Connor, The Crown

Foreign Language Film — Minari

TV Series, Drama — The Crown

Supporting Actress, Film — Jodie Foster, The Mauritanian

Supporting Actress, TV Drama — Gillian Anderson, The Crown

Actress, TV Limited Series or Made-For-Television Film — Anya Taylor-Joy, The Queen’s Gambit

Limited Series or TV Movie — The Queen’s Gambit

Actor, Motion Picture Drama — Chadwick Boseman, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

Director, Motion Picture — Chloe Zhao, Nomadland

Motion Picture Comedy — Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Actor, Motion Picture Comedy — Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Actress, Motion Picture Drama — Andra Day, The United States vs. Billie Holliday

Motion Picture Drama — Nomadland

Artwork of the Day: Gold (by Charles Wood)

by Charles Wood

Unless this is a reprint, this is from 1931.  Gold was written by Clarence Budington Kelland, who was a very popular writer of the time.  His most popular novel was Mr. Deeds Goes To Town, which has been filmed at least twice.  Gold was a novel about international finance.  It told the story of Anneke Van Horn, who knew how to make money but not how to land a man and have the family that she desired.  Remember, it was written in 1931.

The artwork was done by Charles Wood, who also did a lot of covers for western pulp magazines.  The red dress is exquisite and worth however much gold it cost.

Music Video Of The Day: Every 1’s A Winner by Hot Chocolate (1977, directed by ????)

I’ve been told that the Golden Globes are tonight so this seemed like a good song to go with.  Everyone’s a winner, though not really.

This was Hot Chocolate’s 2nd biggest hit, right after You Sexy Thing.  The music video, or “promotional video” as they were called back in the 70s, is a performance clip but what a performance!  How can you not be jealous of that super keyboard?

Good luck to all of the Golden Globe nominees and enjoy!