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Every year the movie industry comes together for a massive celebration and awards ceremony. All of Hollywood looks forward to the night early in the year where they can come together and honor one another for the work that had been done during the previous year. It’s a really a fascinating thing to watch. Dresses and tuxedos worth thousands of dollars are bought. Limousines are rented. Red carpets are rolled out. Photographers swarm. Millions of people all over the country tune in their televisions to watch thousands of people gather together and give gold statues to one another; honoring and praising them for...pretending to be something that they are not.

The pinnacle of success that every big-screen actor or actress strives for is to win the coveted Oscar at the Academy Awards. It is this moment of recognition that forever immortalizes their name in the minds of movie fans throughout the generations. And that moment of recognition is granted to those who have done the best job of … pretending to be something that they are not. Screenwriters, directors, and producers are also honored and immortalized on this night and awarded with an Oscar because of their talent in … creating a world that doesn’t really exist.

Now I have nothing against quality entertainment, but if you’re as cynical as I am, it seems a little ridiculous that so many millions of dollars would be spent, such a fuss would be made,...

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