Spoiler alert: American Sniper didn’t do well at the Oscars, picking up one award for sound editing.
Not a spoiler-alert: Real ‘Murica has a Twitter sad while seemingly unaware that Hollywood made American Sniper.
So much dumb.
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) February 23, 2015
@theacademy can suck a dick really it’s rigged! Bradley Cooper deserved his Oscar for playing Chris Kyle & American Sniper gets pimped!
— Lauren Behmlander (@LaurenLauryn125) February 23, 2015
American Sniper grossed more money on popcorn than Birdman sold in tickets. Only movie I saw in theaters in over 5 years. #CluelessOscars
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) February 23, 2015
Why don’t they put these Oscars put on in out of the States. It sucked. American Sniper should have won — Shaun Milldale 7HL (@BOSSelman7HL) February 23, 2015
No wonder no one is going to movies, Hollywood is so behind the times, that’s why American Sniper made so much money #cluelessoscars
— Robin (@schmiedsrr) February 23, 2015
— MashedPotatoJK (@MashedPotatoJK) February 23, 2015
42% of Google poll voted American Sniper best picture, closest other film received just 14% and no one says a word. Surprised, not me. — George Kragie (@GKragie) February 23, 2015
American Sniper should’ve been awarded every oscar it was nominated for because of the sacrifices Chris Kyle gave to our country
— brianna (@bri_hunnna_) February 23, 2015
Who needs an Oscar? American Sniper won the nation’s heart and respect. — toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) February 23, 2015
And for the final word on Oscar night:
The Oscars are a sad joke, very much like our President. So many things are wrong!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 23, 2015
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