Warren Beatty once remarked that "the Golden Globes are fun, and the Oscars are business." Many of us -- myself included -- are guilty of taking the Oscars far too seriously, and these hilarious spoof posters -- found over at CollegeHumor.com -- offer some great perspective. It turns out that the Oscar nominees are not as gloriously untouchable as they might appear. All ten of last year's Best Picture nominees have been lampooned and advertised for what they really are, including orgasmic quotes from respected critics at the top of The Hurt Locker: "Oh God Oh God Oh God." Of course, Avatar has already seen its fair share of spoofing, but who has bothered to send up An Education with "who was the moron that gave this movie such a deceptively boring title?" Amen to that.

Will people be offended by the spoof of Precious? Is that movie just too serious and important to ridicule? The poster warns "don't bring a date. Seriously," which is, frankly, a pretty honest assessment. (I won't even tell you the spoof movie title.) Or what about trading A Serious Man for A Boring Man, "The Jew Film from Joel and Ethan Coen"? I don't know. I liked four of the ten real-life nominees a great deal, and the other six a little less, and I laughed at all these jokes. The funniest one, though, is for Up, and I'll let you see that one for yourselves in our gallery below ...

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