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...stands as an unusual, often insufferable farce, as strangely uneven as its protagonist: When it works, it's oddly appealing. When it doesn't, it's like massive movie talons on a 70-foot high chalkboard.
—Bill Gibron filmcritic.com
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This weekend Sandra Bullock became the first person to win both an Oscar and a Razzie. Her Best Actress win at Sunday night's Academy Awards for The Blind Side came one night after her win at the Razzies, the awards given out for the worst performances of the year. There, Bullock "won" Worst Actress "honors" for All About Steve.
Backstage in the Oscar Press Room, Bullock said she was proud of both awards.
They're going to sit side by side, as they should. You know they're both ... we're in the entertainment business. That's what we're supposed to do. You know, it's ... you take the good with the not so good. But I had the best time at the Razzies last night. It is what it is and, you know, it probably means more that both of them happened at the same time because it's the great equalizer. You know, nothing ever let's me get too full of myself. It quickly chops me off at the knees, and I like it that way because it just ... it keeps things stable and they'll sit side by side in a nice little shelf somewhere, the Razzie maybe on a different shelf, lower.
Even though she has won an Oscar, Bullock maintains that she will continue to choose projects like she has before, possibly ending up at the Razzies again sometime in the future.
I want to do everything. I've always been one of those people that I don't like when people tell me I can't do something. Just because, you know, I did commercial films doesn't mean I couldn't do wonderful small art house films. Just because I won an Oscar, I don't want to ever stop doing something that makes people laugh. I love making people laugh. I don't know what I'm going to do next. I sort of wanted this to sort of all die down, but I'm going to make mistakes and I'm going to make everyone roll their eyes and I'm going to maybe do something that works, but I just want to keep working in every genre that I'm allowed to until I'm asked to not do it anymore.
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