Marvel has just tweeted the official movie poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and announced the arrival time for the movie’s first teaser trailer. Wanna know when? (more…)
For the last few days I’ve had a beaming smile, a skip in my step and an inclination to say “Excelsior”. Why? Well, isn’t it obvious? I had sex! That… and I saw Joss Whedon‘s super hero epic The Avengers. Man, oh man, was that a good flick. Strike that. It was more than good. It was GREAT! It had everything: style, swagger and substance. It was an assembly line of awesome. It’s pure fun and fan serviceable.
I saw the film this past Sunday. It’s now Wednesday and I’m still fucking jizzed (meant “jazzed” but I’m not changin’ it) about it. I’m one of the most cynical bastards out there and I’m happy as a mother fucker. I don’t have one bad thing to say about it. I mean come on, those massive-scale battle sequences, how consistently funny it was, how the heroes have more story and advancement than they did in their own movies… and let’s not forget what The Hulk did to Loki. Honestly, this is probably as good as comic-book movies come.
Anyhow, I’m sure you’ve had your fill at my shameless attempt at quote fishing (even though it’s all honest feedback), however, other members of the bastard cast saw it too (100 nerd demerits to those that still haven’t seen it). I thought it’d be fun if you heard a little of what they had to say about the film. Feel free to piggy-back by sounding off in the comments below.
WARNING: Spoilers galore!
When Twilight: New Moon takes home 5 awards you know it’s a type of an award show that can’t be taken seriously. Thus is the case with the MTV Movie Awards. It’s a bogus award show that’s never been meant to be taken seriously. A category ‘Best Scared as S**T Performance” kinda validates it’s illegitimacy. With that said, the long running movie awards has always delivered it’s fair share of entertainment. Most of the time it’s just badly choreographed silliness but their are the rare gems that make it worth a watch.
The 2010 MTV Movie Awards featured many memorable moments. The two best would be the return of Tom Cruise’s character Less Grossman from the movie Tropic Thunder. The bald, fat, loud mouthed Hollywood mogul had quite a musing dance number. Besides wacky Tom slowly making a comeback with such hilarity, we did also see a shocking making out session with Sandra Bullock and Scarlette Johanson. Ya, you heard that right. In her first live televised appearence since splitting with unfaithful Jesse James, Sandra Bullock smooched ScarJo.
Quite frankly the kiss seen round the world is the only thing you should really care about but for those who are interested, you can find a list of winners of the 2010 MTV Movie Awards after the jump.