THAT'S RIGHT! THE DAY COMES BEFORE THE MONTH! IT'S LOGICAL!
I haven't seen The Artist, but out of the nominations that I have seen, I liked Midnight in Paris the most. It left me with a really good feeling and the cinematography was brilliant that really showed off the beautiful city that is Paris.
I've always wanted a Whiskey Media book website. Hopefully these new websites have a great editorial staff that understand what made the Whiskey websites successful in the first place.
Whats wrong with you people? Crash and Slumdog Millionaire were both, if nothing else, fun and enjoyable films. That's more then you can say for Hurt Locker.
Crash was fun and enjoyable? I'm sorry but I disagree. I felt like it was pushing its message into my face literally every five seconds. So many stereotypical and extreme characters saying things that people never say. Really dislike that film.
Slumdog Millionaire I agree was fun and enjoyable and was probably the best film that came out that year. Do not love it as much as most people seem to though.
It's a shame Shawshank and Pulp Fiction came out the same year. They both deserve it. I personally like Shawshank more. As much as I love Mr. Hanks, Forrest Gump is incredibly overrated.
The Inception trailer is already posted so I didn't bother adding that, but it's certainly one of my favorites of all time.
What I love about the Jurassic Park trailer is that they don't really show any dinosaurs. They make you pay the ticket price to see the real shit. Don't see enough of that these days.
I think this has to one of the most memorable trailers of the last couple of years.
The music just goes so well with the video in the Sin City trailer.
Could I possibly change my answer? I spent pretty much all day today formulating my top ten movies of all time, and it's rather different from the random three I put up.
Yea sure dude. It would be great if you could write your original list again so that I can remove the points from those movies in my Excel document. That document has gotten pretty huge already!
@JoeyF: Get an intern to talk with Rorie during that segment.
All the interns seem like they're most knowledgable about video-games so I'm not sure if they'd be able to have an interesting discussion with Rorie for that kind of segment. But hey, if they're good, by all means, use 'em. I'd like to see some people who usually don't appear on Screened to be on the feature though, like Brad, Jeff, Sara or Will. Ryan and Norm are probably the safest bets though.