The 2013 Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles Sunday night was painful to watch. It was one of those public events that diminishes virtually everyone involved, including the more or less “innocent bystanders”.
In the end, Academy voters chose one pro-CIA film, Ben Affleck’s empty, pointless Argo, as best picture and rebuffed another, Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty. General enthusiasm prevailed for Quentin Tarantino’s violent racialist fantasy, Django Unchained, and the writer-director was given the award for best original screenplay. The muddled, mystical Life of Pi, with multi-cultural overtones, won four awards, including best director for Ang Lee.
As expected, Daniel Day-Lewis won the best actor prize for Lincoln, and Jennifer Lawrence, a talented performer, was named best actress for David O. Russell’s weak, conventional Silver Linings Playbook.
All in all, with the exception of the almost unavoidable award handed to Day-Lewis, a pathetic and tawdry showing.
Have you missed the 2013 Oscar Awards? How to review the Awards on the iPad ? Here are the steps to help you watch 2013 Oscar Awards on iPad.
You need to download the Aneesoft iPad Video Converter for Mac at first.
Step 1: Launch the software, click “Add Files” button to add video files.
Step 2: Select output format as iPad.
Set output file name and choose iPad as output format from Output Format list. Maybe you can select “iPad (720p/1080p) H.264 Video(*.mp4)” for converting videos to iPad.
Step 3: Personalized settings.
There are optional functions for Aneesoft iPad video converter users before the conversion. Just select the title you’d like to edit, then click the button ‘Edit’ to launch video editing window. If you want to merge several video files into one, click the “Merge” button.
Step 4: Start converting.
To begin converting video to iPad video format, you just click the button “Start”.
If your version is unregister version, you have only 5 minutes to convert. You can register it by buy it online.