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Friday, December 30, 2005

2005 in Review

--posted by Tony Garcia on 12/30/2005

These things are so cliche, so...well, they are like a train wreck. We really don't like to be the cause of these but we'll look out of morbid curiosity. The Year In Review.

What were some of the stories that could be considered "The Top"? Terri Schiavo. Katrina. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Martha Stewart. Pope John Paul II. Deep Throat. Tookie. Michael Jackson. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Chief Justice William Rehnquist, John Roberts, Harriet Miers and Samuel Alito. Sadaam Hussein. Scooter Libby. Dean and Durbin and Democrats. London, Iraq and Al Qaeda still.

Remember the people who left us this year? Johnny Carson. Richard Pryor. Rosa Parks. James Doohan. Pat Morita. Anne Bancroft. Peter Jennings. Johnnie Cochran.

The top movies in a horrid year of movies...this is tough. Screw It, how about movies either good or bad from 2005. Batman Begins. Chronicles of Narnia. The Excorcism of Emily Rose. Coach Carter. Hitch. Star Wars III--Revenge of the Sith. War of the Worlds. Cinderella Man. Legend of Zorro. Weather Man. Harry Potter 4. King Kong.

Oscar Winners (I am pretending the Oscars are based on merit). "Best" Picture-Million Dollar Baby. "Best" Actor-Jamie Foxx (Ray). "Best" Actress-Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby). "Best" Supporting Actor-Morgan Freeman (Million Dollar Baby). "Best Supporting Actress-Cate Blanchett (Aviator). "Best" Director-Clint Eastwood (Million Dollar Baby).

Did I miss anything?


Blogger Marty said...

Was it just me or did nobody care about Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.

December 31, 2005  
Blogger Tony Garcia said...

They were all over the magazines...and it was one of the top results in a 2005 Year In Review search on Yahoo.

December 31, 2005  
Blogger Marty said...

Yeah, by those definitions you should have mentioned 50cent and Britney Spears as well.

December 31, 2005  

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