Tuesday, February 02, 2010

10 Best Movies Of 2009

Since the Academy Awards weirdly (desperate attempt at driving up more interest for a show nobody watches anymore) now has 10 nominee's for best picture. Mostly good choices, but my list is better, more supple, and tight. I don't know what that means.

note: In a perfect world, Old Dogs would win every award ever, but we live in a sick world, with an angry God, so here are the 10 other best movies of last year:



10. 'Anvil! The Story of Anvil'
- It's the story of Anvil


9. Precious
- Oprah plays every part.


8. Star Trek
- Story of a young Luke Skywalker and his space friends.





7. Fantastic Mr. Fox
- Great makeup.


6. District 9
- District 8 was better.



5. Inglorious Basterds
- I learned a lot about WW2.


4. Zombieland
- You should take your young children to see it.




3. Where the Wild Things Are
- Kinda long Yeah Yeah Yeah's music video.


2. Up
- I wept like a young girl from start to finish, I even started my period during the movie.


1. Avatar
- 7foot naked smurfs in 3D! My prayers are finally being answered in life.




I haven't seen The Hurt Locker, A Serious Man, An Education, or 500 Days of Summer yet. But I've seen every other single movie including the ones you keep hidden in the back of your sock drawer, you sick sick people.

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5 comments:

Cuntmaster 2000 said...

on a serious note, why do you think they doubled the best picture nominees from 5 to 10? surely it can't be because 10 are deserving of recognition. do you think it's to increase viewership of the oscars--more movies, more chance a movie you would root for would keep you interested enough to stay up and watch the whole ceremony? or is it to boost the viewership and revenue for the 10 movies and overall film making industry?

deep thoughts for a deep vag.

Michael said...

Dearest Cuntmaster 2000,

The idea is supposedly to increase the audience by having more movies nominated. They think that with a larger number of movies nominated it will increase the chances that more people will watch and root for their movie to win, and also each of these movies will have an advertising campaign now that will promote it's nomination and thereby increasing the free advertising for the Oscars.

I think it's dumb. The audience keeps going down, because the shows are too long, and boring. And so many awards go to movies that nobody has or ever will see.

So now they've gone overboard and water downed the nominations. "Blind Side" was a nice movie, and Sandra Bullock was very good in it, but nominated for best picture of the year?!

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ll0 : 0 said...

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