Oscar Awards

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Oscar Awards - a feat for accomplished actors, producers, directors or a farce?

Every year, the Academy of Motion Picture and Science award the Oscars to the accomplished, well - known people i.e. for the best acting creation, direction, scenery or sound - track. In my opinion, the Oscar Awards have the most commercial and prestigious meaning. To start with, the Oscar statue is an award for something impressive that somebody has achieved and for the skill that somebody has. It is a great privilege and an honour to receive an Oscar - especially for those who have achieved distinction in the arts and sciences of motion pictures. In addition to this, artists who take part in the Oscar ceremony are a haemorrhage of talents. They usually play meaty roles in films and a lot of them are still waiting for being epitomized. Of course, the winners triumph over their success and have a hope of rekindling in the future. On the other hand, some people argue that there is an atmosphere of one - upmanship - this assertion is larger than life. They think that the Hollywood values are extremely significant. Other people criticize famous stars for being so demurely dressed, so drag or looking like Exxon disaster. What' s more, a sabre-tongued journalists claim that some actress' behaviour is very contrived - they get to shine like the star in order to maintain a high profile. To conclude, I strongly believe that Oscar Awards have a particular meaning. The winners are awarded for their hard work, commitment, endeavour and unique capabilities. When they receive an Oscar statue they have an edgy feel and they are so jubilant. So, who does not dream about holding an Oscar statue and giving the best speech that include a huge list of thank - yous for people no one has ever heard of ?
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