The only non-live-blogged Oscars report on the Internet.

One of the best moments of the evening was songwriter Jorge Drexler walking up to the stage and actually genuflecting to Prince before singing his acceptance.

Oscar-nominated animated short films.

Watching the animated shorts online mostly makes me pine for a DVD or theater showing; streaming video is a horrible way to watch, well, anything really, but it’s particularly bad for watching animation, where you just know that you’re missing out on all kinds of details.

The Last Tycoon.

What The Last Tycoon shows you is not just how Hollywood works as an industry, but how cinema works as a form.

Gaming movies like it’s 1999.

Beyond such classics as The Blair Witch Project and Independence Day, there are scads of 90s films out there, just waiting to be remediated into hit games.

I’m in over my head.

As the scene progresses, you feel that sinking feeling as our hero realizes that he’s way out of his depth: he’s unworthy, a phony, not even a pseudo-intellectual.

Coming soon: the Nip/Tuck Game.

While my inner knee-jerk liberal wants to rail against a wave of corporate invasions in video games, the cynic in me just shrugs.

More movies that I’ll never see.

Hooray! Aaron has finally given in to his destiny and started posting film reviews on his website.