Did Macaulay Culkin Become The Face Of The Anti-Oscar Movement Last Night?

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Macaulay Culkin, better known as the child star in “Home Alone” and also known for being a reformed painkiller addict, put the Oscars on notice last night when he live tweeted the entire show.

“I will be live tweeting the Oscars tonight, but I won’t be watching them. WHA!?! That’s crazy!” he started. And the games began.

He started with an exclusive hot take which really warmed up the crowd.

He also compiled a list of things he’d rather be doing than watching the Oscars. Which is always a win in my book because the Oscars are nothing more than a glorified love-fest for the most miserable egotists on the planet.

He also put Kevin Spacey on blast, which we can probably all agree is a good stance to take.

He also subtly shouted out one of the best songs known to man.

He also pointed out the obvious – but apparently lot of people in attendee this year missed out on that crucial physics lesson.

But the best take by Culkin came during the score category, around 11 PM.

If I felt lukewarm about Macaulay Culkin before, I sure as hell love the guy now. He’s right about two things here. One, the Oscars don’t know a thing about what most Americans really care about (sports, the Philadelphia Eagles). And two, the most memorable score of the year was indeed 41-33. It was probably the most memorable score of a lifetime, but we’ll let that one slide. Culkin probably isn’t firing on all cylinders.

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