“Studio publicists say they cater to [Oscar] bloggers because their top executives react hysterically to every little slight they see on the web,” writes “Big Picture” columnist Patrick Goldstein in his current L.A. Times posting. I can testify about the reverse end of this. I’ve just been disinvited to two events I’ve RSVP’d to — in one instance because I’ve run negative postings about a certain big-studio feature, and in another instance because I used some initiative to get myself into an Academy-members screening of an upcoming film. I think it can be said without any particular prejudice that some people really love sloshing around in their emotional bathwater, even when it doesn’t serve their strategic interests.