Joined December 9th, 2008
Batman has been my favorite hero character ever since I was a kid. Then Chris Nolan is a huge reason why I am in LA working towards directing features. These prizes would be put to very, very good use.
These Hangover prizes should be mine because A) when I party I rarely remember what happened the night before (even this past Saturday) and B) after being a long-time fan of movieweb and entering a lot of contests, i've never won :(
Blade Runner is one of my all time favorites with Hauer creating an amazing character. He's doing it again, this time exploitation style! One of my all time favorite genres. Glad it's back!
I really think whoever wrote this is an idiot. That doesn't look like a penis at all, it's clearly her knee. I'm tired of all of this "trying to make a story out of nothing."
I always thought the coolest way to do the third one was have Joker as kind of a Hannibal Lechter character, where he is in prison in Arkham, with Harley Quinn doing the Joker's deeds from outside of the cell. That way you could shield his face in darkness and wouldn't have to worry about CG or what not, just have a double and get someone to get the voice close and voila, joker in Dark Knight Rises.
These prizes should be mine because I think i'm the only one who even defenes Affleck's acting career. Sure, Reindeer Games was terrible, but he's a fantastic director and he freakin' wrote Good Will Hunting. 'Nuff said. "YOU WERE THE BOMB IN PHANTOMS, YO!"
It's official: there is no God.
I've read the script and it's for sure going to be amazing. Tarantino at his best, I can assure you. And Kill Bill did not suck.
It looks awesome and Christian Bale is for sure the right pick for John Connor but a giant terminator? Really?
Hans Zimmer is a hack, so it really doesn't matter to me if he wins or not. He's known for stealing his students work, so to me, he doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong it's a great score, but he right people should be getting credit for it and not Zimmer. Heath Ledger is a lock if they put him as Best Supporting Actor, but if they put him in the Best Actor category he'll have to contend with Brad Pitt (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler) and Will Smith (Seven Pounds). Best Picture is a possibility because Return of the King was based on a popular book, and took in record box office numbers. However, Return of the King swept the oscars as a consolation prize due to the fact that Peter Jackson and the crew completed such a huge undertaking with the films. That being said, I think that Darren Aronofsky will take Best Director for The Wrestler, which will also win best picture and Mickey Rourke will probably take best actor. We shall see though!