With X-Men Days of Future Past opening today and having already seen it I can tell you the X-Men I’d like to see in Fox’s future installments. We’ve disqualified any X-Men who’ve appeared in any manner on the big screen. So even though it stunk Gambit, and Deadpool will both NOT be on this list (plus does Deadpool REALLY count as an X-Men…nah). Now if the character had only a cameo, that leaves them opened to the list but hurts their position. With that we’ll also tell you who I’d like to see play each role if they were to hit the big time.
Monster movies make their triumphant (and wanted) return last weekend as the Gareth Edwards directed…
Will Farrell is a man of many faces, he’s been a NASCAR Driver (Talladega Nights), Santa’s not-so-little helper (Elf) as well as forever changing pop culture with his roles as an Anchorman, and a 40 year old manboy. He’s put together some of cinema’s best performances such as his Golden Globe turn in Stranger Than Fiction, as well as some of cinema’s worst, such as his turn as Darrin in the terrible movie adaptation of the 60’s sitcom Bewitched. Here were going to talk up three performances that we think sum up the good, the bad, and the ugly of Farrell’s career.
You know them, you love them, and they stay with you the whole day. It’s the top ten Disney Songs! We’ve taken a variety of online lists along with the lists of our FilmSnob community (thanks to everyone who emailed or wrote in your list!) to compile this spectacular set of great music. We took each list and assigned a point total to each one (the first place song got ten points, and the tenth place song got one point etc.). We’ve also discounted Pixar films, as well as The Nightmare Before Christmas as that was originally a Touchstone film, and not Disney.
Without further ado let’s get those earworms, you’ll thank us later!
Box office results are in and there’s a pleasant surprise at the top of the…
Every thursday we’re going to throwback an article from our Facebook page, which is where we used to put up everything. This week it’s our first ever review originally written December 29th, 2010.
Title: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Edgar Wright
Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Runtime: 1 hour 53 minutes