A New Yorker's Guide to Everything Oscar
These songs are gonna be the front runners at the Oscars they are just that good. Wow for Adams and we all knew that Marsden could sing...
Oh and btw, Amy Adams sounds like a Disney Princess. She's a mix of Ariel from the Little Mermaid and one other character that just slipped my mind but I had it...Is it wrong that I really, really want to see this and want Adams to be nominated?
I want her nominated 2!
James Marsden is having a great year, first Hairspray where he was often cited as the standout in a strong ensemble, and now this where he looks/sounds AWESOME.
I will not see this movie, as I am a 17-year-old man.
Disney musical movies are my guilty pleasures, so yeah...American Gangster wins the weekend with an amazing 46 million and Bee Movie stars off with 40...AG is going to be nominated for Best Picture and Ridley Scott is probably the frontrunner for Director since 46 is simply amazing for a movie like that...
James Marsden must be nominated for 10 Oscars this year.And I told you American Gangster would beat Bee Movie! ;)
James Marsden is underrated. I am going to have to take my younger cousins to this movie so it doesn't seem I am going by myself...lol...
I can't wait to see this, The movies seems very clever and the more I see about it, music, acting the more that I think this will be more then just a regualr Disney movie.I know this has been said but Amy Adams really does sound like a Disney princess and looks perfect for this role I can see her being nominated.
Romance is coming back to movies. With the exceptions of "Moulin Rouge!" and "Cold Mountain", the 2000's have not been as romanctic as the 1990's, which were the years of romance like this decade is the time of fantasy, terribly violent movies and some musicals. "Once", "Across the Universe", "Enchanted" and "Atonement". 2006 seems to be quite a good movie to fall in love at the movies, but there is still so much violence in this world in the world of cinema... I miss the classics, they were real and magical at the same time!
YAWN GIRLY EMOTIONS. MORE VIOLENCE AND EXPLOSIONS, PLEASE.
Love is for erverybody for men and women, women and men. Murder and violence should not exist in this world.
I broke up with my last girlfriend because she went with me to a movie filled with murder and violence. I'm tired of being expected to cater to some hormonal demographic of women so overpowered by their emotions/menstruation that they can ignore quality films just because they don't have boring romance in them. If you ask me, the world could use more murder and violence and a little less of this "love" business. If we take a realistic approach to this subject, love is very easily undone, and the only realistic romances are anti-romances like All the Real Girls. The only people that still believe in love are people blinded by their current experience with it, or have never had the experience. And look at what it leads to: you and your wife sitting at opposite ends of the table talking about how great married life is, while you can't wait to get to your office to have sex with your secretary. Maybe I'm something of a Grinch on the subject, but I can't imagine dating a woman for more than a few years before moving on, and so I tend to find most romances that don't take a Romeo and Juliet approach to the subject unrealistic. Romeo and Juliet become infatuated with eachother, have sex and kill eachother, much like most relationships I've been in.In any case, it's not that I can't like a romance film, it's that I can't buy the actual romance aspect of it.
And violence is cool.
I understand that you like violent movies since a lot of people do, but I love to fall in love in the movies. I am a very quiet young man who has not going out a lot, neither have I fallen in love. In other words, I love the old romances because they "were" real. Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in "Roman Holiday", or Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant in "An affair to Remember." They knew how to fall in love trully. By the way, I am also very fond of Audrey Hepburn, among other reasons; she always make me smile and feel in love, even when I am sad. To conclude, I have fallen in love a million different times in a very particualr way, and I always end up with an enormous happy feeling. Listen to the Beatles, or to Ewan McGregor singing to Nicole Kidman... "All You Need Is Love." I am a believer. Love is everything in this life. Parents and children. Children and parents. Brothers and sisters. Sisters and Brothers. In other words, family. Friends. Acquaintances....and Couples. Love is everything, and it has always been so to me since I was born.
Even I can admit that there are some classic love stories that somehow overcome my natural, male desire to see everything on the screen killed (as I fully expect Atonement to do). You mention Audrey Hepburn and I concede that she is one of my favorite actresses, and Roman Holiday is a great film. But when I look at it realistically, my favorite film love story is Casablanca because it has a convincing love story that ultimately doesn't exalt romantic love above all.Then, of course, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and a few others are worth noting, but for the most part, I'm the guy who sits in the corner of the theater with his arms folded while everyone is wooed by "The Holiday".There are love stories to fall in love with, sure, but people who can buy every single, god-forsaken one that is put on the screen make me sick.
You have your point. With the exceptions of "Moulin Rouge!" and "Cold Mountain", the latest romantic movies have not been great at all. I also agree that "The Holiday" was not a good movie. It is very difficult to be good for romantic movies nowadays; they are lacking lots of quality, and the classics stated very high standards. The classics are the top!
burn after reading, the fact that you are so infatuated with this violence makes ME sick. And the fact that you are not mature enough to accept and respect other people's tastes pisses me off. I understand that violence is very exciting to watch, however much of the violence we see in movies are not very realistic either. Lastly, if you hate it so much why are you even on this page, not even once but multiple times. I guess you have no life. It makes me sick that you are so unable show even a little commitment to a relationship.
The hottest man: James Marsden!
I Just Loved To Watch Enchanted Because Honestly, I Also, Well, Fell In Love With It Too. I Watched It Over And Over Again Until I Had ALL The Songs Memorized. Me And My Friends Sang Them At School, And Even Played Them On Our Band Instruments. And After A While, The Whole 4th-8th Grade Was Singing," That's How You Know ". You Should Have Seen It! It Was Hilarious! Btw,I Really Hope There's Sequel To This Movie Because The First One Was So Great!And 16 year old blogger, Amy Does Really Sound Like A Disney Princess! And I Also Think Romance Movies Are A Good Thing Because It Gives You A Tender Heart If You Actually LISTEN! Ahem. And I'm Only Eleven Years Old So Please Do Not Comment On Me Harshly. :) I Have My Rights.
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