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Journey along with a group of teenagers as they experience love, loss and loneliness while navigating the treacherous waters of high school. play hooky with this indie gem >> Posted 02.13.13 by BrentJS
Which of this year's movies deserve the industry’s highest honor?
This has been an incredible year for movie lovers, especially fans of genre movies. There were fewer superheroes on the big screen, but they ruled the box office, nonetheless, with smartly written, ingeniously directed and just plain fun comic book adaptations coming in first, second, and fifth on the list of the highest-grossing movies of the year. Sci-fi fans were made to suffer through a couple of early duds, but had their patience rewarded with the return of some classic characters and one of the most influential directors to work in the genre after a thirty-year hiatus. Fantasy fans got to choose between whimsical and warrior Snow Whites, and the world's most popular vampire couple had a baby, not to mention that the greatest high fantasy franchise of all time returns to theaters this month after a decade slumbering in the Shire. (Horror fans got the short end of the
stake stick this year, with too many sequels and not enough original content.)
Women continued to assert themselves in 2012, with more female-driven comedies getting laughs for the kinds of jokes once reserved for men, and the first woman to win an Oscar for Best Director is almost a sure thing for another nomination. Independent studios also made a splash this year, turning out several engaging, moving, and downright brilliant dramas that are every bit as good as the big studio dramas with A-list directors.
Which movies were the best? Which ones deserve the honor of being nominated for the movie industry's top prize? That's up to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to decide, but we want to know what you think. Ignore genre and tell us which movies deserve to be nominated for Oscars, whether for Best Picture, Best Animated Feature or Best Documentary.
Top 10 Most Oscar-Worthy Movies of 2012 >>
Posted 12.11.12 by BrentJS
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Weeknights after the movies Posted 09.21.12 by reelz
For the past 10 years or so, whenever Emma Watson attended the MTV Movie Awards, it was to promote the latest Harry Potter movie. But now that the saga has concluded, Watson was on hand at the awards to promote her first post-Potter project — The Perks of Being a Wallflower. (Though Watson and the cast of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 did win for Best Cast.)
Watson joined her Wallflower co-stars, Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, The Three Musketeers) and Ezra Miller (We Need to Talk About Kevin) on stage before the awards show to introduce the trailer for the movie, based on the 1999 novel by Stephen Chbosky, who wrote and directed the adaptation.
In addition to the new trailer, the movie’s poster was also unveiled, showing the three stars in front of a green brick wall with the tagline: "We Are Infinite." Is it just us, or is it weird seeing Watson alongside two male co-stars who are not Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint? Watch the new trailer >> Posted 06.04.12 by Chris
During all eight Harry Potter movies, poor Emma Watson's wardrobe was mostly limited to those drab Hogwarts school uniforms. But now that Hermione has graduated from Hogwarts, her wardrobe as gotten more... interesting.
Case in point, Watson's new tattoo and clothes for her part in Sofia Coppola's Bling Ring. Watson plays one of the young fame-obsessed Hollywood Hills Burglars who used the internet to track celebrities' whereabouts and broke into their homes, stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in clothing and cash. The teenagers targeted the homes of Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, and Orlando Bloom.
Watson was recently photographed wearing very short jeans shorts, a barely there white shirt, and a (hopefully fake) tattoo on her lower back, commonly referred to as a "tramp stamp." Watson also traded her pixie cut for long locks. See more pics of Watson >> Posted 04.17.12 by Chris