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Another year has ended and every critic and blog writer has posted their top ten movies of the year.
There is a big push to have Harry Potter 8 (out of a possible 7) be nominated for Best Picture. There is a lot of Michael Fassbender lying around out in the open. And there are a lot of high fives over at Soul Surfer for getting the film made. But what have we learned about making movies this past year? Aside from the fact that Mars definitely does not need moms, read on.
Eventually in a film like this, the best friend will find out and be crushed and then all comedy goes out the window. It's hard to make a comedy when the last act is not only not funny but sad as well. Comedy always needs to end on a happy note. Like in Night Shift, Ron Howard.
But he should have never made Sucker Punch. Someone should have read that script and said not only does it not make any sense but it really does not make any sense! Have Zack stick to making other people's scripts into movies.
But I do know that if Titanic and the Star Wars films rake in money like a landscaper in October, every studio will be opening their vaults looking to put out old films in 3D. Personally, I'm looking forward to The Exorcist and all the Ernest movies.
But I've never been a bridesmaid, never been a bride, never even been a maid and I laughed my ass off in this movie. Quick side note, someone needs to give Melissa McCarthy a starring vehicle ASAP, and an Oscar nomination wouldn't hurt either.
This movie proved that just because you cram a movie star's six pack into spandex it does not a successful comic book movie make. This film had less imagination than Eddie Murphy's Imagine That, and that movie had the word Imagine in its title.
Personally, I don't think Tom changed anything about the way he makes movies. He usually puts out pretty decent ones, this time he happened to release one when there is little competition from other contemporary action films. Also, it's pretty cool watching him hang off a mirrored skyscraper.