The Emmy is not until September 22, I just got ahold of the list today of the nominations and this year I think I have a few favorite shows being nominated. Here is my list of who will win. Remember the Emmy award is like the Oscars, it's a popularity contest, which is judged by your peers. Sometimes people will give a certain someone their vote of pity or because of they just have no idea what to vote for.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, wow when was the last time we have seen those two guys on screen together? To answer the question, even though it was rhetorical was in Wedding Crashers; that was a great movie. Wedding Crashers was funny, witty, had slap stick humor and had a decent story line, plus it featured two very likable actors in the male roles.
The Internship is a funny movie, simple as that, it's just as funny as Wedding Crashers, even funnier, and has a much better storyline to it. You can even say that The Internship was made for the whole family, while Wedding Crashers was more for the young adult audience. It's hard to decide on which was the better movie?
Let's see what each movie was about and hope that after doing a brief review of each I can decide.
So, we have all heard the news by now; Micheal Bay is directing a new Transformers movie. This is going to be number 4 for Bay and number 4 for the series. His 3 previous Transformer films have had Shia LeBeouf star in them, this one Shia is completely out as with the rest of the old cast. Is it heard of for a successful movie to feature a brand new cast for a sequel where no one died in the previous movie? Let's not forget to add that the last Transformers movie was just out in theaters only a couple of years ago and made close to one billion dollars nationwide. That's impressive right? With those kind of numbers wouldn't you think that having the original cast in the sequel would be as successful as the previous film?
Okay, so it's been a rough couple of weeks for me, I've been out of sync with everything in my life. I haven't done any article or written anything in two weeks which is insanely bad. If your wondering why, well my most treasured electronic device lcd screen split in three two weeks ago. Yes, my laptop split and I hooked it up to my tv thinking that it would be better or even remotely the same; which it is definitely not.
Okay, back to the review which I didn't even start. Season 4 started on Sunday May 26 on Netflix and only on Netflix. Season 4 is made by Netflix and impressively done for a Netflix series. You have to understand this, I am placing a handicap on this review just because I know how they filmed it. They filmed it earlier this year, with the cast agreeing to comeback and film a fourth season whenever they had free time. Each member of the cast has gone on and done great stuff in their career past Arrested Development. You could say that each member of this casts' career has been revived (Jason Bateman, Portia De Rosi and Jeffery Tambor) or been noticed for the very first time (Michael Cera, Will Arnett, Tony Hale). The cast have alot to thank to Ron Howard and Mitchell Hurwitz. You can say that is why they agreed to come back to a series that they loved so greatly. Not many tv shows that have been canceled have the original cast wanting to revive it just because they loved it.
John McClane is back in the fifth installment in the Die Hard series. I'm going straight to the point, when I saw the commercial for this film a few months back I wasn't impressed. There was something off with this movie, and I just couldn't put my finger as to why Die Hard trailer sucked. Then I saw the movie and then it all came together when I saw the name in the credits John Moore appear. John Moore is nothing more than an average filmmaker. If you don't believe me, take a look at some of the films he has done in the past.
- Flight of the Phoenix
- Max Payne
- Behind Enemy Lines
- The Omen
That list is pretty much all the movies he has done in his professional career, and they are all average movies. Really these movies don't suck, not like the movies of Uwe Bol.