It is movie award season and yet again i feel outrage. none of it seems fair. so i am asking if someone can make appear fair to me. MILK has been out 24.5 seconds and has already been named best film of the year by at least one critics' group. how is that possible? "....Benjamin Button" isn't out yet and getting blinged. how? I honestly cannot understand studios who release a movie in 2-3 theaters a week before the Golden Globes and then walk home with several trophies. it isn't fair. doesn't sound, seem, feel or even pretends to be fair. it all appears that studios see a loophole and exploit it. if i make a movie and show it to just my parents (officially counts as a release, right?) i should get Oscars for it. no. no. no. how can a movie be judged a critical triumph when no one has seen it?