Can You Match the Quotes to the 2016 Oscar Nominees?
It's award season once again, and no other show epitomizes Hollywood better than the Academy Awards, aka the Oscars.
— The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 21, 2016
Chris Rock is hosting, Leo's got another shot at the golden statue, the best picture category has a lot of great contenders--from a movie about Mars (The Martian) to a flick about the 2008 financial meltdown (The Big Short), and there's no shortage of serious controversy. That's Hollywood in 2016.
Have you seen this year's Oscar picks? If so, you'll have no trouble matching these quotes to their respective movies. (Right?)
"Are we in another planet?"
"Sometimes it's easy to forget that we spend most of our time stumbling around the dark."
"You know, hope is a mistake."
"My angel, flung out of space..."
"We're going to wait and we're going to wait and we're going to wait until they feel the pain, until they start to bleed."
"Every human being has a basic instinct: to help each other out... Yes, there are assholes who just don't care, but they're massively outnumbered by the people who do."
"Revenge is in God's hands not mine."
"Crying helps me slow down and obsess over the weight of life's problems."
"I have to tell you a secret that will see you through all the trials that life can offer. Have courage and be kind."
"You'll feel so homesick that you'll want to die, and there's nothing you can do about it apart from endure it. But you will, and it won't kill you."
"I don't want people to dislike me. I'm indifferent to whether they dislike me."
"You want hearts and flowers? That's not something I know."
"You can't learn anything when you're talking."
"It doesn't matter what others think. You know what you did."
"Don't ever think that the world owes you anything, because it doesn't. The world doesn't owe you a thing."
Lily is currently a TV news producer in Dallas, Texas. Previously, she was a production assistant at MSNBC. She is also a recent NYU grad. She interned for Ann Curry’s team at NBC News, The New York Times, The Village Voice, and the education nonprofit She’s the First. Her interests range from politics to education to comedy. She is not actually a dinosaur. Follow: @lilyalta.