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Film studio behind Parasite slams Trump for saying that the film should not have won the best photo

The film studio behind the award-winning film Parasite slapped Donald Trump after complaining about winning Best Pictures at the Oscars.

During a rally at the Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado on Thursday, Trump regretted that he did not agree with the outcome of the Academy Awards after the South Korean film Best Picture had won.

‘By the way, how bad were the Academy Awards this year? Did you see it?’ Trump asked rally visitors and was confronted with widespread ‘angry’.

“And the winner is … a movie from South Korea,” said Trump, imitating those who announce category winners. “What the hell was that all about?”

In response, NEON film studio shared a Tweet, insinuating that he could not enjoy the English subtitles from the film.

“Understandably, he can’t read,” the studio said in his cheeky tweet.

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During the Colorado event at the Broadmoor World Arena on Thursday, Trump regretted that he did not agree with the results of the Academy Awards after 'Parasite' - a South Korean film - won the best photo

During the Colorado event at the Broadmoor World Arena on Thursday, Trump regretted that he did not agree with the results of the Academy Awards after ‘Parasite’ – a South Korean film – won the best photo

Trump continued during the rally: “We have enough problems with trade in South Korea. Moreover, they give them the best film of the year, “he continued, admitting that he did not see the film.

Parasite was filmed entirely in Korean, but played with English subtitles in the US. Was it okay? I don’t know, “Trump said.

Ten non-American films have won Best Picture, including: The Artist (2011), The King’s Speech (2010), Slumdog Millionaire (2010) and the Last Emperor. Parasite is the very first film in a foreign language that has won the prize.

Parasite is the very first film in a foreign language that has won the prize. However, ten non-American films have won Best Picture

Parasite is the very first film in a foreign language that has won the prize. However, ten non-American films have won Best Picture

Parasite is the very first film in a foreign language that has won the prize. However, ten non-American films have won Best Picture

“And the winner is … a movie from South Korea,” said Trump, imitating those who announce category winners. “What the hell was that all about?”

Neon Studios shared a tweet criticizing the president and claiming that Trump could not read

Neon Studios shared a tweet about the president and claimed that Trump could not read

Neon Studios shared a tweet criticizing the president and claiming that Trump could not read

The 73-year-old president said he wanted the film industry to bring back American films such as the classic “Gone with the Wind” from 1940 and 1950 “Sunset Boulevard.”

Sunset Boulevard lost Best 1950 to All About Eve in 1950.

“The winner is … from South Korea,” Trump continued. “I thought it was the best foreign film. Best foreign film. No, it was – has this ever happened before? “

During the Colorado speech, Trump also criticized Brad Pitt after the actor made a blast during his acceptance speech for winning the best supporting role for “Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood.”

During the Colorado speech, Trump also criticized Brad Pitt after the actor made a blast during his acceptance speech for winning the best supporting role for “Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood.”

The 10 international films that have won Best Picture at the Oscars

Ten films have won Best Pictures at the Oscars and are fully funded outside the United States.

They contain:

Hamlet (1948) – United Kingdom

Tom Jones (1963) – United Kingdom

A Man for All Seasons (1966) – United Kingdom

The Last Emperor (1987) – United Kingdom

Slumdog Millionaire (2008) – U.K.

The King’s Speech (2010) – United Kingdom

The Artist (2011) – France

Parasite (2019) – South Korea

French movie “The Artist” is a silent movie.

“I’ve never been a big fan of him,” Trump said. “He got up,” said a little wise fellow. He is a little wise man. “

Trump used the Democratic debate as ammunition on Wednesday to scold fellow billionaire Mike Bloomberg during the rally.

“I don’t know if anyone watched the debate last night, it got very high scores. And you know what? Mini Mike didn’t do well last night, “he told thousands of supporters.

“I wanted to send him a note with the text:” It’s not easy doing what I do, is it? “Trump suggested.

‘I do not know. It’s not easy Mike. It is not easy for any of them. No, Mike wasn’t doing so well. He went all the way down, “the president insisted.

The two billionaire are very different heights, with the former mayor of New York City at 5ft 7in and the president at 6ft 3in.

The Broadmoor World Arena rally, with a capacity of over 8,000, was held as part of a rare four-day campaign hint on the west coast when Democrats conducted their campaigns there with both a debate and the third primary competition.

The former mayor of New York (left) appeared on stage for the first time on Wednesday evening and was confronted with an attack of attacks from his Democratic competitors. Trump enjoyed the poor performance of Bloomberg

The former mayor of New York (left) appeared on stage for the first time on Wednesday evening and was confronted with an attack of attacks from his Democratic competitors. Trump enjoyed the poor performance of Bloomberg

The former mayor of New York (left) appeared on stage for the first time on Wednesday evening and was confronted with an attack of attacks from his Democratic competitors. Trump enjoyed the poor performance of Bloomberg

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