Why Dove Awards 2020 are more boring than Oscars 2016
Posted On July 28, 2021
Why the Oscars 2016 ceremony, which celebrated the lives of the 100 greatest film stars of the past 100 years, is the most boring ceremony I’ve ever attended.
The ceremony itself was not bad, as far as I’m concerned, and the best moment came when a group of performers performed the iconic “I love you” song, which was written by Bob Dylan.
This was a welcome moment, but it didn’t really capture the essence of the Oscars as a whole.
The event had the potential to be a breath of fresh air, but was so boring, that even the best moments in the ceremony were forgotten by the next day’s audience.
I’m not even sure what the showbiz world would have done with it.
It’s a shame that a great ceremony, a big one, is no longer allowed to exist in the modern era.
I guess there’s a chance to revisit it in 2019, if we can make it a more exciting and diverse event.
That’s the hope.
There’s no reason why this year’s ceremony will not be an exciting, diverse, and fun experience.
The main problem is that it will be a bit of a slog.
The two days of the ceremony will take place in two different cities: the Los Angeles Convention Center and the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
They’ll be both very big, but not really big enough to accommodate the full number of performers that will be there.
As a result, the ceremony won’t be a huge spectacle, as we’ll see at the Oscars in February.
What’s more, there’s no room for a traditional award show, because the event will be held on a stage with an arena-like atmosphere.
We’ll get to see a lot of people dancing, but the real spectacle is the performances.
The big stars will be given the chance to show off their skills on stage, but that’s it.
In my opinion, the main problem with this year is that the ceremony is too boring.
It feels like a traditional awards show in which only the best performers can win the biggest awards.
That makes the show look like it’s taking itself too seriously.
This is a good thing for the fans, but we don’t have to do it.
The best performances can win Oscars, but there’s nothing wrong with them being funny or making jokes or even being really good at their jobs.
So why not just let them do what they want?
Instead of showing up with a huge array of entertainment, let them just perform their best performances.
That will be the best thing for a film festival.
The Oscars should be the place to showcase the best in film, and I think it’s time for them to do that again.
In the meantime, I hope that in 2019 we will see the best performing films at the ceremony, but hopefully the big stars won’t need to perform.