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If the trailer is any indication, it appears the two best performances in Annie are given by the lobster tails in the Jamie Foxx/Q. Wallis lunch.
You can resist an invading army; you cannot resist an idea whose time has come.
It's only March and the 2013 Oscars have just been handed out. It's too soon to speculate on this year's front-runners but one film I feel safe in predicting will not be anywhere near the Oscars - the Golden Globes, maybe, but not the Oscars - is the updated version of Annie. The trailer is out and it's pretty bad. Its lame George Clooney and Facebook jokes just don't go with Little Orphan Annie. Neither does Daddy Warbucks' reinvention as a mayoral candidate who exploits her for political purposes. Cameron Diaz as Miss Hannigan looks like she's playing the same character she did in The Counselor. Jamie Foxx is playing Jamie Foxx. Rose Byrne as his secretary looks good. Not sure about Quvenzhané Wallis. She's the main character, but the trailer shows very little of her. Could there be a reason?
“Life is a shipwreck, but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats.” - Voltaire
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