So once again the Oscars are conquered by England. "The Kings's Speech" wins. But that best picture montage was really something. All 10 movies were stitched together into a single inspired short film that looks like it required a lot of research. Give that movie the Oscar. After "The King's Speech" speech, PS 22 from Staten Island sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Why, oh, why couldn't they get these kids suits and dresses? Oh well. Those are the Oscars. I'm going to go for a walk. More tomorrow. Ty Burr and I will be chatting on Boston.com at 1 p.m.
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Janice Page is movies editor for The Boston Globe.
Tom Russo is a regular correspondent for the Movies section and writes a weekly column on DVD releases.
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