Showing 1 - 9 of 9 Movie Blogs
FOR BEST PICTURE: Dallas Buyers Club, American Hustle, Much Ado About Nothing, Captain Phillips, Blue is the Warmest Color, Mud, Inside Llewyn Davis, 12 Years a Slave, Her, Blue Jasmine.
FOR WORST PICTURE: Man of Steel, Grown Ups 2, Movie 43, The Butler, Getaway, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Paranoia, The Host, After Earth, A Good Day to Die Hard.
FOR BEST DIRECTOR: David O. Russell (American Hustle), Spike Jonze (Her), Joss Whedon (Much Ado About Nothing), The Coen Brothers (Inside Llewyn Davis), Woody Allen (Blue Jasmine).
FOR WORST DIRECTOR: Nicolas Winding Refn (Only God Forgives), Dennis Dugan (Grown Ups 2), Zack Snyder (Man of Steel), Lee Daniels (The Butler), John Moore (A Good Day to Die Hard).
FOR BEST ACTOR: Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club), Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave), Christian Bale (American Hustle), Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis), Tom Hanks (Captain Phillips).
FOR WORST ACTOR: Jaden Smith (After Earth), Henry Cavill (Man of Steel), Jai Courtney (A Good Day to Die Hard), Adam Sandler (Grown Ups 2), Liam Hemsworth (Paranoia).
FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Bradley Cooper (American Hustle), Michael Fassbender (12 Years a Slave), Nathan Fillion (Much Ado About Nothing), Jake Gyllenhaal (Prisoners), Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips).
FOR BEST ACTRESS: Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine), Amy Adams (American Hustle), Rooney Mara (Side Effects, Ain?t Them Bodies Saints), Amy Acker (Much Ado About Nothing), Scarlett Johansson (Her).
FOR WORST ACTRESS: Saoirse Ronan (The Host), Amy Adams (Man of Steel), Selena Gomez (Getaway, Spring Breakers), Halle Berry (Movie 43), Amber Heard (Paranoia).
FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle), Lea Sedoux (Blue is the Warmest Color), Lupita Nyong?o (12 Years a Slave), Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine), Amy Adams (Her).
FOR BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Inside Llewyn Davis, Side Effects, Her, Mud, Blue Jasmine.
FOR BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY (from a novel or real event): 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle, Dallas Buyers Club, Blue is the Warmest Color, Captain Phillips.
FOR WORST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Movie 43, After Earth, Only God Forgives, Getaway, Killing Season.
FOR WORST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY (from a novel or real event): Paranoia, The Host, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Butler, Lone Survivor.
FOR WORST SEQUEL/PREQUEL/REMAKE/REBOOT/RETREAD: Evil Dead, Man of Steel, A Good Day to Die Hard, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Hangover Part III.
FOR MOST INDIFFERENT PERFORMANCE: Harrison Ford (Paranoia), Bruce Willis (A Good Day to Die Hard, Red 2), Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger), Bradley Cooper (The Hangover Part III), Robert De Niro (Killing Season).
FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Gravity, The Wolf of Wall Street, Only God Forgives, Inside Llewyn Davis, Ain?t Them Bodies Saints.
FOR WORST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Getaway, Man of Steel, Pain & Gain, After Earth, Lone Survivor.
FOR BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: Pacific Rim, Gravity, Star Trek Into Darkness, Oblivion, Iron Man 3.
FOR WORST VISUAL EFFECTS: Olympus Has Fallen, After Earth, The Host, Man of Steel, The Lone Ranger.
FOR WORST LINE OF DIALOGUE: ?I like it but I think it?s something bad? (After Earth), ?TAKE IT OFF!!!? (Only God Forgives), ?I miss you when you?re not around? (Jobs), ?When you touch me, it?s... I don?t want you to stop? (The Host), ?What if I have to go tinkle?? (Man of Steel).
FOR BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT: Gravity, Star Trek Into Darkness, A Good Day to Die Hard, Don Jon, The Spectacular Now.
FOR MOST OVERRATED: Gravity, Lone Survivor, The Spectacular Now, The Butler, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
1) Jeff Goldblum: 71% Rotten, 29% Fresh (THE MOST EXCLUSIVE WITH HIS REVIEWS!!!)
2) Jay Cutler: 69% Rotten, 31% Fresh
3) Tut: 68% Rotten, 32% Fresh
4) Gibson: 57% Rotten, 43% Fresh (with only seven reviews, so this is not as definitive as it may seem)
5) Driver: 51% Rotten, 49% Fresh (only these first five have more rotten reviews than fresh ones)
6) Tanny: 50% Rotten, 50% Fresh (PERFECT SPLIT!)
7) Doc: 49% Rotten, 51% Fresh
8) Gilmore: 46% Rotten, 54% Fresh
9) Say My Name: 45% Rotten, 55% Fresh (with the most reviews here, well over 1,000)
10) John Tyler: 30% Rotten, 70% Fresh
11) Borat: 29% Rotten, 71% Fresh (possibly a sock puppet account of Jed)
12) Puppy: 28% Rotten, 72% Fresh
13) 4: 28% Rotten, 72% Fresh
14) Tommy South: 27% Rotten, 73% Fresh
15) Andrew M: 24% Rotten, 76% Fresh
16) Jed: 20% Rotten, 80% Fresh
17) JW: 18% Rotten, 82% Fresh
18) MP: 9% Rotten, 91% Fresh (biggest offset of all, surprisingly moreso than both Jed and JW)
99) INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE (1989): The third and final (I wish) installment in the Indiana Jones TRILOGY, The Last Crusade almost succeeds in matching the epic thrills and adventurous attitude of the original classic. If this movie had been a stand-alone film, it would probably have been recognized as one of the best movies ever made, but because it was a follow up to THE best movie ever made, it ended up having too much expected of it. Nevertheless, Sean Connery and Harrison Ford are great together, even if you don?t believe for a second that they?re related. 8/10.
100) INDEPENDENCE DAY (1996): ?Oh no, you did NOT shoot that green shit at me!? What can I say? I love this movie. Yes, this list comes to a close with the lowest-rated movie on this list as well as the lowest-scoring movie on RT on this list. Independence Day is great only because it is actually fun, something that summer blockbusters these days have forgotten how to do, and it presents its audience with all the crappy dialogue, cheesy thrills, and great Will Smith/Jeff Goldblum banter that one needs out of a movie. ?Welcome to Earth.? SO BADASS! 8/10.
Yep, A Good Day to Die Hard was a piece of shit. That is exactly why we can't leave this fantastic franchise off on it. Possible titles for Die Hard 6 are...
Old Habits Die Hard
1,000 Ways to Die Hard
Live And Let Die Hard
The Die Hard is Cast
Die Hard With a Bang (and its sequel, Die Hard With a Whimper)
This Franchise Died Hard
If I'm forgetting any great titles, let me know!
They've leaked the storyboard for the next Star Trek Movie! Here it is: