Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep tied for BEST ACTRESS at this year's Critics' Choice Awards. This led Bullock to either a) lose her mind, b) go for some kind of Oscar-attention-grabbing agenda by creating the photo seen round the world or c) succumb to the same Streep sex appeal that neither Alec Baldwin nor Steve Martin could resist in "It's Complicated." We usually review films here but, just this once, we felt that maybe this moment should be preserved for history.
Not that there has to be any real reason other than the sheer theatricality of the moment but it does make you wonder. Sandra Bullock is riding high for her role in "The Blind Side," a film that Christian audiences really helped make a hit. Can't imagine they were thrilled by Sandra's open-mouthed assault on Streep but, hey, everyone knows things get a little crazy out in Hollywood. From a PR point of view, it does give Bullock a lot of attention and press for a "who cares" awards show, but is it the right kind of attention? Did she plan it? What'd you think?