Anyway, he goes into some lame routine about being a slob in movie theaters before reading off the names of “five incredibly depressing movies.” The Best Documentary goes to: An Inconvenient Truth. Standing ovation. “All of us were inspired by this guy’s fight for 30 years” says director David Guggenheim, stealing mike time from Al Gore, who puts in a few gracious, succinct words. “The will to act is a renewable resource.” Somewhere Bill Clinton is sitting in front of his TV, donut in hand, jealous.
Clint sets up the special gold man for Ennio Morricone. Montage. Celine Dion grabs the mike and belts out a tune. She’s still alive?
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on February 25, 2007