Tuesday, December 9, 2008

WOW-E...


Wow...

Now this was an upset.

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named "Wall-E" the winner of its movie of the year award. Runner up went to a little independent film called "The Dark Knight".

Add to this Time magazine naming the little robot its number one film of 2008 as well and double wow...

It's gotten all kinds of awards and great review kudos, but I'd have to say this definitely gives the Mouse a BIG reason to try for the Best Picture nomination at the upcoming Oscars.

Developing...

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just have to say Honor, awesome title of this blog entry!

Anonymous said...

Wall-E and Dark Knight are both my favorite films so whatever happens I will be happy (but I am pullin for Wall-e)

Anonymous said...

The Dark Knight sucked, WALL-E is much better.

wired hedgehog said...

The last anonymous is seriously in need of therapy. Wall-E? Better than The Dark Knight? You've gotta be joking. It was good, but nowhere near Pixar's best. And even that ain't nooooooowhere near as good as TDK was. Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant from the first image to the closing credits.

Anonymous said...

I don't think the dark knight was that great. I certainly wouldn't call it brilliant from the first image to closing credits. It was good. But Ironman was also good. Nothing more nothing less. I still pick Wall-E over it.

quack mcbush said...

Ok, now there are two anonymouses that need therapy!

Dusty Banks said...

'Wanted' was way better, from first frame to closing credits. I left the theatre blind from shear brilliance, in fact I dare say it was the best movie EVER MADE.

*here's to overpraise and extreme bias*

Bruce Wayne said...

I believe in Harvey Dent.

pully hutchets said...

Dusty, "Wanted" was souless, visual eye candy. It was the colorful version of Chinese food. Tasty at first, gone two hours later. Not to mention having the feeling that my eyes were raped and my intelligence laughed at when it comes to story.

Spokker said...

Wall-E deserves the Oscar for Best Picture.