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So we had the annual, actually, the 87th Annual, dress-up-and-make-political-speeches-thank-god-my-family-the-cast-and-crew-for-an-amazing-film extravanganza. It was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris and featured a confusing opening song-and-dance. Well produced it may have been, but it was confusing. To me, at least, and my opinion is all that matters to me.

Two reasons I stopped watching it:

1. Neil Patrick Harris is not funny.

2. Neil Patrick Harris referring to Oprah Winfrey as American sniper.

3. < ok, I lied! Three reasons> Neil Patrick Harris appearing in his underwear. Really? This is the point I switched the TV off and went to sleep.

Postscript: The other weird thing to stand out was Kevin Hart’s confusing tuxedo. And NPH did make a smart comment about the lady in the dress with balls. Well, ha ha hardee ha.

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  1. Akshay Kumar G

    Haha! That was brief. 😀
    I did an extensive preview on my blog, a slightly longer post than this. 😀

    1. peevedpunjabi

      preview or review? It was as brief as NPH’s underwear, har har, because I switched off and decided to catch up on sleep instead.

  2. anjanadee

    That’s it?I thought the Peevedpunjabi would have a longer rant!

    1. peevedpunjabi

      I thought given Neil Patrick Harris’s underwear stunt, I’d keep it brief.

  3. ragsie15

    The longer rant is reserved for The Jumblies ?

    1. peevedpunjabi

      Sometimes, yes. This time I really did switch off and couldn’t be bothered.

  4. alkagurha

    Didn’t watch it but saw BIrdaman. Couldn’t sit through the F word laden dialogues and meaningless story. Such a waste.

    1. peevedpunjabi

      Really, eh? Hmm, well from the trailer I wasn’t sure what to make of it…I don’t mind the F words, but a meaningless story is another thing. Thanks for dropping by and taking the extra time to comment.

  5. NancyTex

    Agreed – this was one of the least entertaining Oscars in a long time. Bring Ellen back!