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Turner Classic Movies gives such a great amount of delight to film buffs one very nearly prefers not to recognize its periodic weaknesses. However the channel’s full length narrative to commence its yearly “31 Days of Oscar” showcase, “And the Oscar Goes to… ,” is one of those creations that tries so hard to fuse everything as to end up being about nothing. With such a variety of rich edges to investigate and an abundance of footage and meetings, executives Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman settle for a collection of minutes and memories that don’t make any sense to a great deal more than a without calorie walk around memory path.
There are about six diverse smaller than normal segments inside the 95-moment doc, each of which — fleshed out and pumped up — could very nearly have given its own performance point: Great (or repulsive) Oscar acknowledgement talks and minutes, including backstage remarks; facilitating the Oscars; Oscar-related debates and governmental issues, for example, Marlon Brando declining his recompense, or Jane Fonda and Michael Moore conveying hostile to war messages; the historical backdrop of the Academy Awards; clarifying what lesser-known specialized classes really add to a motion picture; and what the approval of winning an Oscar intends to the beneficiaries, and their vocations.