MTV Movie Awards were last night. I know this because I signed onto twitter to see 50 people talking about them. I thought about turning it on. Quickly remembered, I could be doing a Sudoku instead. Opted against MTV Movie Awards. Finished 1 Sudoku Puzzle. Somehow, despite all the winners of the moon guy (none going to Moon = communism!) last night, I feel I am the real winner. Sometimes in life it's the little things.
For your Consideration:
A whole mess of amazing posts to consider for this week.
Best blogging buddy, the Mad Hatter of Dark of the Matinee, celebrated his birthday this past week! With that comes his annual tradition. Listing the films he challenges himself to see in the upcoming year. Get over there and check it out!
Rachel's Reel Reviews is in need of a new tagline, and needs your help! What's in it for you? Oh, only $20 for Amazon and DVDs if yours is selected. But hey, you'd help out anyways, right?
Danny of The King Bulletin is venturing off into the world of filmmaking, uploading the first cut of his short film: Empty. Be sure you supply feedback, and, above all, your support!
Everyone's favorite movie nut (hehe) of Life of a Cinephile and Bibliophile is feeling quizzical, in a manner of speaking. She wants to know, why do you participate in blog-a-thons? Is it to be noticed? Or is it something more?
The big question Film Intel is asking this week: Will we ever see a good video game adaptation? Both sides of the argument viewed. And only your opinion awaits!
Anomalous Material hands out the first F I've ever seen them give. This in the direction of the lovable classic crapfest Troll 2. Oh what fond 2am (questionably intoxicated) memories.
Japan Cinema is counting down the top 10 Donnie Yen movies. Don't know who he is? Head on over and find out! And question all the awesomeness you've been missing over the past 10+ years.
Well I think it can be safely said, you don't like dog movies. On the plus side, I'm sure they don't care much about you either.
1. 10 votes: Annoy me to no end (fair enough, they do get repetitive. But I do love Beethoven)
2. 4 votes: Only allowed if a cat is involved (*yawn* dogs > cats, and yes I just went there)
3. 3 votes: Put a smile on my face (here we go, my kind of people).
4. 2 votes: Disallowed in my house (curmudgeons!)
5. 1 vote: Make me want to cheer (it's ok lone soldier, we salute you)
New Poll: Well A-Team is on its way, whether you want it too or not. I want to know: TV to Film Adaptations, what's your feeling? Generally speaking of course.
Interesting Film Fact of the Week:
While working on The Wizard of Oz the dog Toto (or perhaps better stated his handlers) were paid $125 per week. Those who played the munchkins only made $50 per week.
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T2 TRAINSPOTTING - Choose to remember. Choose to forget. Choose to know when it's best to do which.