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If Rihanna doesn't win Worst Supporting Actress, it is because the Razzies would be going on a Twilight vendetta. I don't know how the nominee from Twilight did, but nothing could be worse than Rihanna's performance in Battleship.
I seriously doubt Rihanna was that bad. the fans loved her performance though Battleship was garbage altogether.
The Oscar Nom list is total bull****. I'm going to be *****ing about it all day.
[QUOTE=Bella;332097]The Oscar Nom list is total bull****. I'm going to be *****ing about it all day.[/QUOTE] I totally agree.
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=vhh31xYtop0]After Earth - Official Trailer [HD] - YouTube[/url] Looks okay though.
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NmImzKiuQ0]Spring Breakers - Official Trailer 2013 HD - YouTube[/url] Selena Gomez and Vanessa Huggens in bikinis? Yes.
I call dibs on Vanessa. Selena could DIAF.
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;332712] Selena Gomez and Vanessa Huggens in bikinis? Yes.[/QUOTE] Sorry, bro...but I'm pretty sure Selena is into 14-15 year old little boys...I could be wrong though.
[QUOTE=Adrian!!!!!!;332719]Sorry, bro...but I'm pretty sure Selena is into 14-15 year old little boys...I could be wrong though.[/QUOTE] I'm 20, she's 20.. I'll find a way to change that ;)
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Gpmu9YK.jpg[/IMG] Time to brag about who I met at Sundance today! In addition to Mr. Franco I also saw Casey Affleck, Nick Offerman, and Rob Corddry. But that's the only A-lister I saw and I got a picture of him.
Wait is James Franco there to promote his highly anticipated film about the world of the S&M gay pornographic film industry?
[QUOTE=ishot_JT;332836]Wait is James Franco there to promote his highly anticipated film about the world of the S&M gay pornographic film industry?[/QUOTE] I have no idea...he came out of an event and went to his car pretty quickly. Then the car came back and people were like "look, it's James Franco!" so they mobbed the car and some people got autographs and pictures with him. I think a picture of him suffices...if it was a celebrity I'm a big fan of I would stop at nothing to get a picture. I'm going to keep going to Sundance all week and fill you in on films I see and stars I find.
I'm just jealous that you're at Sundance...
[QUOTE=fabulous788;332852]I'm just jealous that you're at Sundance...[/QUOTE] I'm trying to get tickets. They were going to sell me tickets to Big Sur which looks okay, but I decided to waitlist for a movie I really want to see instead (Emanuel and the Secret of the Fishes, Lovelace, Two Mothers, A Teacher, and Afternoon Delight in order of my preference).
[url=http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Why-Guilt-Tripped-Stars-Won-t-Promote-Movie-43-35270.html]Why Guilt-Tripped Stars Won't Promote Movie 43[/url] [url=http://vevmo.com/vbimghost.php?do=displayimg&imgid=15174][img]http://vevmo.com/imagehosting/1510085a1d78f3.jpg[/img][/url]
[url=http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1700815/jj-abrams-star-wars-7-director-reactions.jhtml]'Star Wars' Director Pick J.J. Abrams Makes Experts 'Incredibly Happy' [/url] [QUOTE]Abrams and 'Star Wars' are 'a match made in heaven,' Big Shiny Robot editor-in-chief Bryan Young tells MTV News.[/QUOTE] [url=http://vevmo.com/vbimghost.php?do=displayimg&imgid=15183][img]http://vevmo.com/imagehosting/15102e57d3ad97.jpg[/img][/url]
I'm extremely excited
[QUOTE=Bacchus;332962][url=http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Why-Guilt-Tripped-Stars-Won-t-Promote-Movie-43-35270.html]Why Guilt-Tripped Stars Won't Promote Movie 43[/url] [url=http://vevmo.com/vbimghost.php?do=displayimg&imgid=15174][img]http://vevmo.com/imagehosting/1510085a1d78f3.jpg[/img][/url][/QUOTE] I saw this last night. I had no idea what it was about. I went with some friends. It was ridiculous. There was absolutely no reason to make this film. I felt like I was being trolled the whole time. With the exception of maybe the super hero short, the rest of the movie was vile.
I am sick and tired of movies like Movie43, Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve
I didn't see Looper at the theater, but grabbed the Blu-ray this weekend and it hit on every level. I will admit, I feel a bit undeserved in that I wasn't exactly happy in how it ended, but I knew that is how it had to end.
[QUOTE=Nostalgic;333114]I am sick and tired of movies like Movie43, Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve[/QUOTE] I can understand why you'd think that. I didn't see Valentine's Day, thought New Years Eve was eh, but I'm really excited for Movie 43.
I'm making it my mission to see all of the Best Picture noms before the award ceremony. I just watched Django Unchained and absolutely loved it. I still have to see Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Life of Pi and the second half of Zero Dark Thirty but I have actually enjoyed all of the nominees so far. There's usually one in there that isn't my style.
[QUOTE=molds13;333130]I'm making it my mission to see all of the Best Picture noms before the award ceremony. I just watched Django Unchained and absolutely loved it. I still have to see Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Life of Pi and the second half of Zero Dark Thirty but I have actually enjoyed all of the nominees so far. There's usually one in there that isn't my style.[/QUOTE] I saw Zero Dark Thirty. It didn't look pleasing to me, but after seeing the score on Rottentomatoes, I decided to check it out. I enjoyed it.
Life of Pi was okay, Django I absolutely loved however I'll pass on Zero Dark Thirty because all the buzz it's getting plus the television trailers are very very annoying.
[QUOTE=Bacchus;333118]I didn't see Looper at the theater, but grabbed the Blu-ray this weekend and it hit on every level. I will admit, I feel a bit undeserved in that I wasn't exactly happy in how it ended, but I knew that is how it had to end.[/QUOTE] I really enjoyed Looper. I saw it multiple times in the theater, then bought the Blue Ray. Rian Johnson is a favorite of mine. Now, so is this film.
[QUOTE=molds13;333130]I'm making it my mission to see all of the Best Picture noms before the award ceremony. I just watched Django Unchained and absolutely loved it. I still have to see Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Life of Pi and the second half of Zero Dark Thirty but I have actually enjoyed all of the nominees so far. There's usually one in there that isn't my style.[/QUOTE] I'm also doing this molds! I got Lincoln (which im not looking forward to), second half of Argo (never finished lol), and Silver Linings I dont really have any desire to see Amour or Beasts of the Southern Wild, but if one of them wins I will definitely check it out. I also am dying to see Moonrise Kingdom, heard great things about it and its up for best screenplay.
[QUOTE=r3iKo;333131]I saw Zero Dark Thirty. It didn't look pleasing to me, but after seeing the score on Rottentomatoes, I decided to check it out. I enjoyed it.[/QUOTE] I just watched it. I was pretty bored for the first hour and a half or so. For some reason I thought it would be much more about the raid than the events leading up to it. Maybe it's because the trailers I saw heavily featured the raids. Maybe it's also because I knew how it ended. Who knows. It wasn't terrible (I would give it a solid B+), but it's probably my least favorite out of the ones I have seen so far. Not a movie I would want to watch again.
[QUOTE=202mitch;333142]I'm also doing this molds! I got Lincoln (which im not looking forward to), second half of Argo (never finished lol), and Silver Linings I dont really have any desire to see Amour or Beasts of the Southern Wild, but if one of them wins I will definitely check it out. I also am dying to see Moonrise Kingdom, heard great things about it and its up for best screenplay.[/QUOTE] I was not that excited to watch Lincoln, but I was pleasantly surprised. I'm a history buff though. For as long as it was, it kept me interested. I don't see Amour or Beasts of the Southern Wild winning, nor do I have much of a desire to see them either, but if a 9-year-old is nominated for Best Actress (youngest best actress nominee ever by 4 years or so), I'm paying attention. She probably won't win either with who she's up against, but it's hard to ignore - she must have done a pretty good job. I'll let you know after I check them out. Amour will probably be the last one I watch (and, for the record, also has the oldest nominee by about 5 years) just because it doesn't seem like my style of movie. But neither was The Artist...and I liked that.
I've seen all of the Oscar Nominated films except Beasts of Southern Wild and Amour. I'm on the same page as most of you. I really have no interest in seeing them. So, I probably wont. However, of all the others, my favorites are Django Unchained and Silver Linings Playbook. That being said, I think Best Picture will go to either Argo or Lincoln.
[QUOTE=molds13;333149] I'll let you know after I check them out. Amour will probably be the last one I watch (and, for the record, also has the oldest nominee by about 5 years) just because it doesn't seem like my style of movie. But neither was The Artist...and I liked that.[/QUOTE] The Artist has been in my Netflix queue since it came out, but I just can't seem to pull the trigger. It will probably take it showing up on HBO for me to actually watch it. I feel the same way about Amour, although I did love [URL="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0004462/"]Jean-Louis Trintignant[/URL] in [URL="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111495/"]Red[/URL] so I'm intrigued even though I know it is going to be depressing. A movie that moves at a glacial pace about people dying of old age. Wow, that must be packing them in at the theaters!

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