Just thought I pick some of my choices for this years MTV Movie Awards...why? Because I'm bored as hell!
Best Male Performance
My choice: Jesse Eisenberg; The Social Network
Possible choice: Robert Pattinson; Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Best Female Performance
My choice: Emma Stone; Easy A
Possible Choice: Kristen Stewart; Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Best Comedic Performance
My choice: Emma Stone; Easy A
Possible Choice: Russel Brand; Get Him To The Greek
My Choice: Joseph Gordon Levitt Vs. Hallway Attacker; Inception
Possible Choice: ^^
Biggest Badass Star
My Choice: ChloŽ Grace Moretz
Possible Choice: Alex Pettyfer
Best Scared-As-Shit Performance
My Choice: Ashley Bell; The Last Exorcism
Possible Choice: Ellen Page; Inception
Best Breakout Star
My Choice: Andrew Garfield; The Social Network
Possible Choice: Xavier Samuel; Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Best Line From A Movie
My Choice: "You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger darling" Tom Hardy; Inception
Possible Choice: "I wanna get chocolate wasted" Alexys Nycole Sanchez: Grown Ups
My Choice: Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner; Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Possible Choice: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart; Twilight Saga: Eclipse
My Choice: Ned Beatty; Toy Story 3
Possible Choice: Tom Felton; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
My Choice: The Social Network
Possible Choice: Twilight Saga: Eclipse
8/5: Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Probably in the top five of anticipated films of the summer for me, I've seen a lot of behind the scenes stuff to it and it looks god damn amazing, the same visual team that did Avatar with a new face director, looks awesome!
8/12: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
Scary trailer, I don't know much of this film except for the teaser, but looks pretty terrifying.
8/19: Conan The Barbarian 3D
Ekkk just another cash grab for a lot of fanbous who will be disappointed to see its a pile of garbage remake.
8/19: Spy Kids 4
Well here we go again, I really enjoyed the first two Spy Kids and the third was alright, even though Robert Rodriguez is directing this, kind of not excited for this.
8/26: Final Destination 5
I enjoy the series as a guilty pleasure, really fun deaths and just lots of gore and blood, I liled the last one.jts a lot of fun, so I'm gonna give this a chance.
Thanks for reading, hopefully you'll see full written reviews for all these movies, have a good summer, enjoy :)
7/1: Transformers Dark Of The Moon
With a kick ass super bowl trailer and awesome visuals, this looks like a sequel that might improve but you never know we could have the same schmaltz like Revenge of the Fallen, its back and forth on how I'm gonna rate this movie, but so far it looks incredible and much more clean in action.
Kevin James as a zookeper in a family comedy? Might suck balls.
7/15: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
The most anticipated movie of the year, it better be everything that it needs to be, I expect epic battle scenes, strong emotional depth, passable 3D and a great ending to a ten year series.
7/15: Winnie the Pooh
I'm really looking forward to this movie as this movie brings a lot of nostalgia to the old story, old animation and favorite characters that might just be a fantastic children's film.
7/22: Captain America The First Avenger
A lot of people say that this doesn't look appealing or that good, but I think I looks awesome so far, nice visuals, good lead actor, nice action, its probably one of those superhero movies that will shock people on how good it is.
7/29: Cowboys Vs. Aliens
Nice ironic action, good tension, Jon Favreau is directing it who also directed Iron Man, questionable movie for me.
7/29: The Smurfs
Another reboot on an old classic?! Seriously, I hate cash grabs exactly like this, they're annoying and cliche to the point where I'm gonna crack, I gave Yogi Bear a break sure, but children's films like these really dumb down the children's heads to a pull a quick buck.
6/3: X-Men First Class
Looks like a interesting movie for a big X-Men fan which I'm not for a certain extent but I did watch all the movies and this one looks pretty interesting, a prequel to how it all started looks mighty awesome.
6/10: Super 8
A movie I'm extremely looking forward too, this looks like a combination of E.T. mixed with Close Encounters which are my favorite movies, I'm heavily excited for this film to blow me away.
6/17: Green Lantern
Not extremely excited for this at all, everythig I've seen from the trailer looks dull, the one bright side is Ryan Reynolds, I really enjoy that guy a lot, but well just have to wait and see.
6/17: Mr.Poppers Penguins
Really love the book and Jim Carrey is a great choice for the role of Mr. Popper and looks like he has a great charismatic role, just hope they don't dumb it down to much.
6/24: Cars 2
Pixars third sequel in their library of terrific animated productions, I wouldn't doubt that this wont be fantastic, looks great a lot of fun, who knows it may pull an emotional punch then they can have another amazing film, I'm expecting a lot.
Well today I'm gonna give my predictions to the great summer season ahead in movies and give my guess on how im gonna rate them 1 through 10. :)
May 6: Thor
A lot of avengers fan might be excited for The Avengers movie which I'm not particularly thrilled for started with Iron Man now Thor, based on the trailers the movie looks like a joke, I think its horribly shot, executed and no reason why it should be in post 3D, I really predict this film to extremely suck and be the worst movie of the year for me.
Has a lot of funny people and stars but it might annoy the hell out of me such as movies like Bride Wars or 27 Dresses annoying.
Looks visually compelling, might have nice 3D and action but Screen Gems has produced a lot of shit like Resident Evil or Legion so I'm giving it a low score because I expect not much from it.
5/20: Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides
Well something I'm looking half forward too, looks like a lot of fun, funny moments, but Rob Marshall is the new director and that takes no pun intended Stranger Tides for the series, it doesn't need to be in 3D which is just another cash out which errkks me now in Hollywood that 3D is everything now. But mixed reactions were just gonna have to wait and see.
5/26: The Hangover Part II
One in a million when a hit comedy with such critical.praise wants to make a sequel and this one is looming good so.far. I really enjoyed the first one a lot of great laughs and funny characters, and seeing a second one come is ballsy but really good trailers for it and a lot of people can't wait, I'm predicting it'll be funny and a good time.
5/27: Kung Fu Panda 2
Well let me see I like the first one, I don't love it, as far as I can say well crafted and animated , the second one I'm quite looking forward too in 3D especially with how improved Dreamworks has got with How To Train Your Dragon.
5/27: Tree of Life
Probably one of the most interesting trailers I've ever seen, it seems like this movie is gonna get incredible buzz by critcs and audiences, I feel the same way as this movie so far looks compelling and fascinating, the way it was shot and the music sounds terrific, I am impressed.
Well that's part one of four, comment if you like and give your predictions. :))
Well once again for the 83rd year in a row comes along another oscars for the year and I'm gonna give my insights on the major winners and the show itself.
James Franco and Anne Hathaway did a pretty good job hosting, I feel that they were off at points, espicially with the opening where they really didn't do much as someone like 2009's Hugh Jackman where he nailed it and was very entertaining to watch.
Melissa Leo gave a really surprising speech, expecting like she wasn't going to win even though she was the frontrunner for the category, dropping the F bomb was funny yet embarrassing for her. Christian Bale gave a good speech and a well deserved award. Natalie Portman looked fantastic and gave a very memorable spech in winning for Black Swan, a little surprised they didn't go for the safe route and go for Annete Benning in the win, but glad for Portman. Colin Firth I thought gave an amaing speech for his fantastic role in The Kings Spech, really memorable and connected to me in a way shows how good a film The Kings Speech was. Now before that, kind of dissapointed that Exit Through the Gift Shop didn't win best doctumentary but glad that Inception got four wins for technical stuff, as long with The Social Network and Toy Story 3.
Now Best Picture had a close race with The Kings Speech, The Social Network, and even Inception. But The Kings Speech is gonna either be the "Crash" of the year or it actually deserved to win for a lot of people. Me, I think that The Kings Speech is a great movie and I don't mind it winning.
Also Tom Hooper over David Fincher?! KISS MY ASS!