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March 1, 2011

How to Watch The King’s Speech on Your Mobile Phone (Oscar Movies to Portable Players Solutions 2)

Undoubtedly, the biggest winner in the 83rd Academy Awards goes to “The King’s Speech”, landing Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor for Colin Firth.

Marked as a British Historical play, “The King’s Speech” is a story between George VI and his speech therapist Lionel Logue. A successful politician should be at least a qualified speaker. As a public figure, George VI is incapable of making speech in public for his severe stutter. Fortunately, with the help of a distinctive speech therapist Logue he successfully achieves making the popular Christmas Speech which calls for resisting the Fascist.

George VI’s talking cure is gripping and Colin Firth’s performance wins him the Best Actor in a Leading Role. If you have read about the history during the Second World War, you must be very familiar with the friendship between George VI and Lionel Logue. The best Oscar movie that hits the screen “The King’s Speech” can show you veritably this historical deed. And if you have a mobile phone with widescreen you must want movies to be played on your mobile phone. Before this a Mobile Video Converter which can convert all the popular media files to mobile phone compatible formats including MP4, H.264/MPEG-4, AVI, WMV, 3GP…

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The Oscars provide a list of movies for us: The Black Swan, The Social Network, Inception, Alice in Wonderland, Winter’s Bone, The Fighter, Toy Story 3, How to Train Your DragonIf you want them to playback on your other portable players, just mark this Blog, I will offer you more Oscar movie to portable player solutions later.

February 28, 2011

The 83rd Academy Awards On-site: The Oscars Winners List

This is a star-lit night, an exciting Hollywood moment, all the assumptions have been figured out. The Oscars winners listing below and are they the winners in your heart? Never mind, just enjoy the joyfulness they bring to us.

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Picture, Director and Performance

Best Picture: The King’s Speech

Directing: Tom Hooper

Actor in a Leading Role: Colin Firth

Actress in a Leading Role: Natalie Portman

Actor in a Supporting Role: Christian Charles Philip Bale

Actress in a Supporting Role: Melissa Leo

Sound, Visual and Makeup

Makeup: The Wolfman

Music (Original Score): The Social Network

Music (Original Song): Toy Story 3

Sound Editing: Inception

Sound Mixing: Inception

Visual Effect: Inception

Editing, Cinematography and Writing

Writing (Adapted Screenplay): The Social Network

Writing (Original Screenplay): The King’s Speech

Art Direction: Alice in Wonderland

Cinematography: Inception

Film Editing: The Social Network

Costume Design: Alice in Wonderland

Short Film, Documentary, Animation and Other

Animated Feature Film: Toy Story 3

Documentary Feature: Inside Job

Documentary Short Subject: Strangers No More

Short Film (Animated): The Lost Thing

Short Film (Live Action): God of Love

Foreign Language Film: In a Better World

Honorary Academy Award: Jean-Luc Godard, Eli Wallach, Kevin Brownlow

Irving J. Thalberg Award: Francis Ford Coppala

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