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I'm kind of dissapointed with the nominee's this year at The Razzie's. Yes, Last Airbender everyone knew was going to win, but may I ask where the hell Jonah Hex is on there?
This movie made me so mad that I couldn't even watch the whole thing, and that rarely ever happens to me. It was my most anticipated movie of the year until the trailers came out which was pretty much all I had to see judging from what i've heard about the length. Why this useless fart wasn't nominated i'll never understand, it was alot worse than Eclipse that's for sure. And Speaking of Eclipse:
It was actually one of the better sequels to bad movies i've seen in years, and yes it still sucks but it improved slightly in almost everything that made the first two movies suck even harder, and remember I said slightly.
I was actually really surprised to see Stallone on there for worst director, he didn't win of course but it was just so strange seeing him there when The Expendables was no where to be seen beyond the worst director category. Was the directing for that movie really that bad?
There was alot of actors this year that could have won for worst actor, but I think they made the right choice with Ashton Kutcher. Worst actress however kind of surprised me. I have not seen Sex in the City 2, nor will I ever will but as bad as the performances in that movie might have been atleast they fit in with whatever time period there in unlike (sorry for repeating myself) MEGAN FOX IN JONAH HEX! Did you believe for one second that she was from that time period? I didn't, she was worse then Rachel McAdams in Sherlock Holmes and thats saying something.
Everything else seemed just about right though. Last Airbender won worst picture, Shyamalon won worst director, and Sex and the City 2 won for worst sequel. Hope you enjoyed blog please comment below.
Just now at this very second on February 23rd at 10:35pm I have just recieved exactly 1000 total profile views. Thank you everyone for reading my reviews and doing whatever you did to get me to where I am. It's actually not that big a deal but it is to me so thanks again I really apreciate it.
Looks like our pal Quentin Tarantino has another masterpiece that might get made. Word down the street is that before he makes Kill Bill 3 he's always wanted to do a western that takes place during real events but fictionalised slightly. He calls it a Southeren because it takes place in the south and not the west and his idea for the movie is pretty clever once you've read about it. It's pretty much Inglourious Basterds but in the south and told like a western, could this be it? Could this be the Tarantino movie that finally wins him best director and/or best picture? Lets cross our fingers.
Here we go the movies that I can't wait to see this year, enjoy:
Who doesn't love Simon Pegg and Nick Frost? There like the best comedy duo since Cheech and Chong and even though this isn't made by the same guys who did Hot Fuzz or Shaun of the Dead, this still looks hilarious and has an all star cast that comes with it.
6. I saw the devil
The good, the bad, and the weird is one of the best westerns i've ever seen in recent years and even thought I haven't seen anything else that the director made I can't wait to see I saw the Devil.
5. Water for Elephants
I have not read the book yet but i'm planning on reading it soon but whether I do or not I still really want to see this mainly due to the cast and the storyline. Can't wait.
This is coming out really soon, in two weeks as a matter of fact and I really don't know anything about it other than the clever story and that Liam Neeson kicks some ass. But that's all I need to know.
3. The Hungry Rabbit Jumps
It's nice to see Nic in a movie that isn't a shitty summer blockbuster or a really bad Medieval movie. You can tell Nic really enjoys acting because he's in more movies in a year than I think any working actor today so seeing him in a drama like this should be an absolute treat.
A killer tire goes on a killing spree and spies on women in the shower. Enough said.
#1 might come as a shock to some of you but I have my reasons for why I chose it and all of them are personal opinions that i'm not afraid to express to the world so here it is. The number 1 most anticipated movie of 2011 for me is.........
1. Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
I apologise right now for the many blackouts that I have caused from posting this as the number 1 spot, and by the way i'm not joking. I recently found out today that Kristen Stewart will be appearing in it as naked as a PG-13 movie could show and since the last two movies teased me into thinking that she was going to take some article of clothing but didn't after all this franchise owes me for all the money that I blew on seeing these abominations in theaters. That, and because the writer of the books I forget her name seems like she was having alot of fun writing the final epic climax to the series and it could well be the most entertaining out of all the movies, lets pray that it will this time.
I really hope you enjoyed reading my list please rate and comment to tell me what you think, see ya.
The Oscars are coming soon and to show my appreciation I thought i'd give my five reasons why they piss me off every year. Here we go:
Back in the day they used to just award the movies that came out that year based on how good they were. Today they only hand out awards to the movies that came out the latest in the year unless most of the movies that came out that year sucked, like last year. That just pisses me off because so many great movies that came out this year will be completely ignored like Shutter Island and Kick-Ass, and the only reason why Shutter Island was released so early was because Marty thought that if they released it the same day that Silence of The Lambs came out then it get the same recognition that that movie did. But times have changed and it doesn't look like that's gonna be happening.
Whenever nothing really good comes out a certain year they just give the oscar to anything. It's true that's the reason Crash won best picture, that movie wasn't THAT good but it got so much oscar praise just because it was one of the few decent movies to come out in 2004. Shaun of the Dead was a much better movie and was actually one of the best movies to come out that year, so why not give that movie some praise, not for best picture but best foreign film maybe.
Sam Rockwell never gets anything. I know that's a little unfair to pick on the oscars just because they wont give or nominate one guy for an Academy Award, but there were ample opportunities when Sam could have gotten something for at least best supporting actor. The Green Mile got 4 nominations including best supporting actor for Michael Clark Duncan, now if I recall and correct me if i'm wrong but didn't both Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman get a nomination in the same category for best actor in a leading role for Midnight Cowboy back in 1970? If they can get away with doing that then why couldn't they do the same for Sam and Michael? I don't know this is more of a personal opinion and so is this next one sorta.
Charlie Kauffman should have won 7 years ago. Adaptation has the most original script I have ever seen in a movie in my life, but did Charlie Kauffman get anything for it? No! Of course not why would he? I mean he's only the most original screenwriter of the 2000's and the only person in the world to turn a story about flowers into an autobiography about himself. Why would he get an oscar? Such bullshit that really pisses me off, that's like if Daniel Day Lewis didn't get anything for My Left Foot.
No matter how good or well worthy of an oscar a movie is...it wouldn't matter because the whole thing is just a fucking popularity contest. Take a movie like Pulp Fiction for example, it had perfect direction and acting that would not only sweep the floor at the oscars but cleanse and condition it as well. But of course, nobody cared because they were too busy watching Tom Hanks and Gary Sinise ripping off a scene from Midnight Cowboy in Forrest Gump. Now I like Forrest Gump but it's not best picture material and Tom Hanks' performance wasn't the best of the year, if anything Gary Sinise gave a much more powerful performance than Hanks. The same goes for Dances With Wolves, I have not seen Dances With Wolves...yet but from what i've heard it was no Goodfellas in any way shape or form, Joe Pesci only won an oscar because they wanted give Goodfellas at least one. Still a good performance though.
So those are my 5 reasons why I think the oscars are bullshit. I hope you agree with me and if you don't that's what the comments page is for so type away tell me what you thought. Good day.
Russel Brand in Get Him to the Greek
Nicolas Cage in Kick Ass
Jackie Earle Haley in Shutter Island
Sam Rockwell in Conviction (All though I might be wrong)
Mark Wahlberg in The Other Guys
Emma Stone in Easy A
Ryan Reynolds in Buried
Kristen Stewart in The Runaways
Jim Carrey in I love you Philip Morris
Get Him to the Greek
I Love you Philip Morris
The Other Guys
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1
King of Fighters
Hello everyone, in my recent review of the Mega Man movie I found out that some people haven't seen it. Well personally I think that anyone who hates video game movies needs to watch this so heres the link to watch it on Screwattack.com:
Oh and also the director behind this movie is now in the process of making a Sonic The Hedgehog movie which is fucking awesome and the guy they get to play Sonic is unbelievable heres the link to that too:
I'm not a huge fan of David Lynch's Mulholland Drive as much as everyone else is but there are a few scenes that I really like in it that I thought would have helped the movie more if it had more scenes like them in it so here you go:
10: The blue box opening
The scene at the end where the two girls find the key that opens the mysterious blue box is in my opinion one of the scariest scenes in the whole movie. I actually used to have nightmares that are actually almost exactly the same as this scene and makes me feel scared to be left alone all by myself. It's scenes like this that make David Lynch such a great director, he knows exactly how to make his movies feel like it's just suddenly slipped into a nightmare and actually feels more effective than the dream sequences in Inception.
9: The show
The two girls go to an opera, talent, musical, thingy. It's really weird.
8: Behind the dumpster
This is the scene at the very beginning where two guys who we never see again in the rest of the film are sitting at a diner and one of the guy's says that the only reason that he wanted to come here was because he keeps having dreams about being here and wants to see if there is something behind the dumpster in the back of the diner like in his dream. I really like this scene because my family does stuff like this all of the time, like whenever someone has a dream of being somewhere or doing something the next day they always want to go to that same place that they were in there dream just because.
7: The meeting
One of the funniest scenes in the whole movie, when a production company have a meeting with two men they offer them some coffee but the two men don't like it and spit it out. This is funny because they make such a big deal out of it and one of the guy's has no idea whats going on at all.
6: What the...?
At the end when all this random shit is happening and you have no idea what's going on these two old people break into one of the girls house and run after her waving there arms around and screaming, it's some weird shit.
5: In the house
Probably half way into the movie the two girls take an interest in some girl that lives near them so they go check it out but they find out that she hasn't been home in a long time. So they break into the house and then they discover a little secret that.....kind of foreshadows a scene in the end.
4: The audition
The audition scene where the director auditions two different girls to be in his movie, It's entertaining.
3: Welcome Home
Probably one of the most famous scenes in the whole movie. It's the part where The director comes home and finds his wife sleeping with Billy Ray Cyrus, and no i'm not kidding that's really Billy Ray.
At the very very very very very very very end of the movie where the girl just says Silencio. It's pretty creepy but effective.
1: The Cowboy
Probably one of the most famous scenes in the movie where the director has a talk with The Cowboy. It has a lot of memorable dialogue and funny lines and is my favorite scene from the movie.