This round, it’s the best films. Previous winners include last year’s “X-Men: First Class,” and “Inception.” So clearly, I’m easily swayed by blockbusters that can make me tear-eyed. The previous winner in the “Actor Who Got Really Good This Year” award went to Seth Rogen last year. Previous winners of “The Most Undeservedly Crapped Upon
“Nobody deserves a medal, it’s just the ridiculous situation you find yourself in and how you react to it… Courage isn’t just a tap you can turn on and off whenever you want it to. Courage isn’t a permanence. Courage is a tenuous and fickle thing. Courage and cowardice exist in every man.” – Jack Kelso,
Does God hate his children? If he doesn’t, then he sure has a strange way of expressing his love. He has shown that he has lost faith in his creation and is therefore trying to destroy us. It’s an odd conclusion, but this is what the recent works of Prometheus and Mass Effect 3 propose.
Movies are an important part of our life. Because of their easy-to-understand language, they’re consumed on a mass-level, and because they engage us, they stay with us. Because of that, film plays an extremely important part in the public memory of an event. I know a lot more about the Titanic disaster than the Oklahoma
“Ambition Seduces. Power Corrupts.” – Tagline for The Ides of March Although a movie, The Ides of March is not about heroes and villains. Although a movie about politics, it doesn’t push a political agenda, although some may argue that it’s implied. Although it concerns itself with scandal, it’s as much about ideals, and values,