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COMPLETE LIST of ALL RAZZIE® ELIGIBLE 2010 RELEASES 

 

January 1st thru December 31st: 558 Titles  


NOTES: To appear on this list, a film must have played at least a one-week / regular admission engagement in one or more theatres in either Los Angeles or New York (Manhattan) commencing during Calendar year 2010, thus qualifying it for both Golden Raspberry® and Academy Award® consideration. 

 

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a = Animated

d = Documentary

f = Foreign Film

R = REMAKE / RIP-OFF

S = SEQUEL


3 Idiots  
8: The Mormon Proposition / d 
44 Inch Chest 
100 Voices: A Journey Home / d 
127 Hours  
45365 / d 
After Life  
After the Cup: Sons of Sakhnin United /
The Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector / d 
Agora  
Ahead of Time  
Ajami / f  
Ajaana Ajaani /
Alamar  
Alice in Wonderland / R 
Alien Girl / f  
All Good Things  
Alpha and Omega / a 
Altiplano  
The American  
Amer / f  
American Radical /
Animal Kingdom  
Another Year  
Applause / f 
Army of Crime /
Around a Small Mountain
The Art of the Steal / d 
The Assistants  
The A-Team /
Babies / d  
Badmaash Company / f  
Barney's Version  
Barry Munday  
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo / d 
Behind the Burly-Q 
The Best Worst Movie / d 
Bhutto / d  
Bitch Slap  
Biutiful / f  
Black Swan  
Blood Done Sign My Name  
Blue Valentine  
The Book of Eli 
Boxing Gym / d 
BoyBand  
Bran Nue Dae  
Break Ke  Baad /
Breaking Upward  
Breath Made Visible / d  
Brooklyn's Finest  
Brotherhood /
Brutal Beauty: Tales of the Rose City Rollers / d    
Budrus / f  
Bumm Bumm Bole / f  
Buried  
BURLESQUE / R(?)
Burzynski  
Cairo Time 
Camp Hell  
Carlos  
Carmo, Hit the Road 
The Cartel / d   
Ca$h  
Cash Crop  
Casino Jack  
Casino Jack and the United States of Money / d  
Catfish  
Centurion
Chain Letter  
Chance Pe Dance / 
Change of Plans /
Cheech & Chong's Hey Watch This / d 
Cherry  
Children of Invention  
Chloe  
Chosin  
The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader / S 
City Island  
The City of Your Final Destination 
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Elliot Spitzer /
Climate of Change / d 
Coco Channel & Igor Stravinksy 
Come Undone  
Company Men  
The Concert /
Convention / d 
Conviction  
Cool It / d 
COP OUT / R  
Countdown to Zero / d
Country Strong  
The Crazies 

CRAZY ON THE OUTSIDE

Creation 
Cropsey / d  
The Cry of the Owl  
Cyrus  
Daddy Longlegs 
Dancing Across Borders / d  
Date Night  
Daybreakers  
Dead Awake   
Dear John  
Death at a Funeral /
Defendor  
De Mai Tinh (Fool for Love) / f 
Despicable Me / a 
Diary of a Wimpy Kid  
Dinner for Schmucks  
Dirty Hands  d  
The Disappearance of Alice Creed  
Disco and Atomic War 
District 13: Ultimatum  
Dogtooth / f 
Don McKay  
Double Take /
Douchebag  
Down Terrace  
Dream Boy  
Dreamkiller 
The Dreams of Jinsha / f 
Drool 
The Dry Land  
Due Date  
The Duel  
Easier with Practice  
Easy A  
Eat, Pray, Love  
Eccentricities of a Blond Hair Girl / f  
The Eclipse  
Edge of Darkness  
Eichmann  
El Superstar: The Unlikely Rise of Juan Frances  
Enemies of the People  
Enter the Void  
Essential Killing / f  
Everyone Else  
Exit Through the Gift Shop 
Expecting Mary  
The Exploding Girl  
The Extra Man  
Extraordinary Measures 
Eyes Wide Open  
Fair Game  
Falling Awake  
Farewell  
Faster  
The Father of My Children 
The Fighter  
A Film Unfinished / f  
Finding Bliss  

Fish Tank  

Flipped  

For Colored Girls...  

For My Father  

Formosa Betrayed  

Four Lions  

Frankie & Alice  

Freakonomics / d  

The Freebie   

FROM PARIS WITH LOVE   

Frozen  

FURRY VENGEANCE  

Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema  

Gasland / d  

Gay and Madeline on a Park Bench 

Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould / d  

Gerrymandering / d  

Get Him to the Greek  

Get Low  

Ghetto Physics / d  

Ghost Writer  

The Girl /
The Girl on the Train / f  
The Girl Story  
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest / f    
The Girl Who Played with Fire /
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo /
Godspeed  
Going the Distance  
The Good Guy  
The Good Heart  
The Good, the Bad and the Weird / f  
Great Directors / d  
The Greatest  
Greenberg  
Green Zone 
Handsome Harry  
Happiness Runs  
Happy Tears  
Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Suss / d 

The Harlmaya Bridge  

Harmony and Me 

Harry Brown  

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I / S 

Hatchet II / S  

Heartbreaker  

Heaven's Rain  

Hemingway's Garden of Eden  

Hempsters  

Henri-George Clouzot's Inferno / d 

Hereafter

Here and There / f  

High Water / d  

Holy Rollers  

Hot Summer Days  

Hot Tub Time Machine  

How to Train Your Dragon / a  

How Do You Know  

Howl  

Hubble 3-D / d  

Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel / d 

The Human Centipede  

The Human Experience / d  

I Am Love  

I Love You Phillip Morris  

I Spit on Your Grave /  R  

I Want Your Money / d 

If You Are the One 2 / f  

I'm Still Here  

The Illusionist / a  

The Immaculate Conception of Little Drizzle 

Inception  

The Infidel 

Inhale  

Inside Job / d  

In My Sleep  

Inspector Bellamy / f  

Iron Man 2 /

It's a Wonderful Afterlife  

It's Kind of a Funny Story  

JACK-ASS 3-D / S  

Jack Goes Boating  

Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child / d  

Jews and Baseball: An American Love Storey /

Jim  

Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work /

John Rabe  

Jolene  

JONAH HEX 

The Joneses

Just Say Love  

JUST WRIGHT  

Kalamity 

THE KARATE KID / R   

Karthik Calling Karthik

Kick Ass  

The Kid: Chamaco  

The Kids Are All Right  

The Kids Grow Up  

The Killer Inside Me  

KILLERS /

The Killing Jar  

Killing Kasztner: The Jew Who Dealt with Nazis / d  

Kings of Pastry / d  

Kings of the Evening 

The King's Speech  

Kisses  

Kites (and Kites: The Remix)  

Knight & Day  

Knucklehead  

The Korean  

Kuroneko (Black Cat) / f 

La Mission

La Refuge (The Hideaway) / f    

THE LAST AIRBENDER / R 

The Last Exorcism  

THE LAST SONG  

Last Train Home  

Lbs. 

Le Refuge / f  

LEAP YEAR 

Leaves of Grass 

Leaving  

Lebanon / f  

Legacy  

LEGEND of the GUARDIANS: The OWLS of GA HOOLE / a 

Legend of Pale Male / d  

Legendary  

Let Me In / R 
Letters to Father Jacob / f  
Letters to God 
Life During Wartime  
The Lightkeepers  
Like Dandelion Dust 
Little Fockers / S  
Little Rose / f  
Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders / d 
The Living Wake  
Looking for Eric  
The Losers  
Lottery Ticket  
Love & Other Drugs  
Lovely, Still  
MacGruber / R
The Magician  
Machete  
Made in Dagenham 
Mademoiselle Chambon /
Manuela and Manuel  
Mao's Last Dancer  
A Marine Story
MARMADUKE / R  
Marwencol / d  
Me, Too  
Megamind / a  
Mercy  
Meskada 
Mesrine: Killer Instinct  /
Mesrine: Public Enemy #1  / 
Metropia / a  
Micmacs  
Mid-August Lunch  
Middle Men  
The Milk of Sorrow  
Misconceptions 
Monsters  
Morning Glory  
The Most Dangerous Man in America / d  
Most Valuable Players /
Mother /
Mother and Child  
A Mother's Courage: Talking Back to Autism  
Mugabe and the White African / d  
Multiple Sarcasms  
Murder in Fashion 
Music Makes a City: A Louisville Orchestra Story /
My Dog Tulip / a 
My  Last Five Girlfriends  
My Name is Khan  
My Soul to Take  
Mystery Team  
N-Secure
Nanny McPhee Returns / S 
The Nature of Exitence / d 
The Neil Young Trunk Show / d  
Neshoba: The Price of Freedom  
Never Let Me Go  
The Next Three Days  
Night Catches Us  
A Nightmare in Las Cruces / d 
No One Knows About Persian Cats / d  
Nora's Will / f  
North Face  
Nothing Personal  
Nowhere Boy  
The Oath  
Oceans /
October Country  
Off and Running  
Ondine  
Operation Endgame  
Order of Chaos  
OSS 117: Lost in Rio / f  
The Other City  
The Other Guys  
Outside the Law / f 
Paper Man  
Patrik 1.5 / f  
Peepli Live /
The People I've Slept With  
Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief 
The Perfect Game  
Perrier's Bounty  
The Philosopher Kings / d 
Phyllis and Harold / d  
Picture Me / d  
Piranha 3-D / R 
Please Give  
Preacher's Kid  
The Precinct (Saha) / f  
PREDATORS / RS 
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time / R  
Prince of Broadway  
Princess Kalulani  
Prodigal Sons  
A Prophet  / f  
Queen of the Lot  
Racing Dreams  
Raajneeti /
Rabbit Hole  
Race to Nowhere / d 
Racing Dreams  
Ramona and Beezus  
Rare Exports, a Christmas Tale / f 
[REC] 2 / S
Red  
The Red Baron  
Red Hill  
Red Riding Trilogy  
Le Refuge / f  
Restrepo / d 
Rites  
The Road 
Road, Movie  
Robin Hood / R  
The Romantics  
Rosenkrantz & Gildenstern Are Undead  
The Runaways  
Saint John of Las Vegas  
SALT  
Salt of This Sea / f  
The Salvation Poem /
SAW 3-D (aka Saw VII) / S 
Scenesters
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World  
The Secret in Their Eyes / f 
The Secret of Kells / a 
Secretariat  
See What I'm Saying / d  
Sequestro ("Kidnapping")
Severe Clear / d 
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll  
Shake Hands with the Devil  
Shutter Island  
The Sicilian Girl /
Sita Sings the Blues / a,  f 
Skirt Day  
SKYLINE   
Soch Lo / f  
The Social Network  
Solitary Man  
Something's Gonna Live / d  
Somewhere 
Soul Kitchen  
South of the Border /
Splice  
Spoken Word  

THE SPY NEXT DOOR

The Square  

STANDING OVATION  

Step Up 3-D /

Stolen  

Stone

Stonewall Uprising / d  

Strange Powers: Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields / d  

Survival of the Dead  

Surviving Stolen Lake  

Sweetgrass / d  

Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo / d 

The Swimsuit Issue 

The Switch  

Takers  

Tales from Earthsea / a  

Tales from the Script / d  

Tamara Drewe  

Tangled / a, R 

The Taqwacores / f  

Teen Patti  

Tees Maar Khan / f   

The Tempest / R  

The Temptation of St. Tony  

Terribly Happy / f  

Teza /
Thorn in the Heart / d  
Ticked Off Trannies with Knives  
The Tillman Story / d  
Timer  
Tiny Furniture  
To Save a Life 
Today's Special  
Toe to Toe  
Touching Home  
The Tourist  
The Town  
Toy Story 3 / a, S
Trash Humpers  
Tron: Legacy / S  
The Trotsky  
The Trouble with Terkel / a  
True Grit / R  
Twelve  
Two in the Wave / d  
Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married, Too /
Undertow / f  
Unstoppable  
Valley of the Heart's Delight 
Valhalla Rising  
Veer 
Videocracy 
Vincere / f  
Violet Tendencies 
The Virginity Hit  
Vision: From the Life of Hildegard von Blingen 
Waiting for Armageddon  
Waiting for Superman / d  
Waking Sleeping Beauty / d  
Walkaway / f  
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps / S
Ward No. 6 /
The Warlords / f   
Warrior's Way  
Waste Land  
Watercolors 
The Way Back  
We Are Family / f 
The Weathered Underground  
Welcome to the Riley's  
West of Pluto / f  
What If...
When You're Strange /
White Material  
White Wedding / f  
Whiz Kids
Who Do You Love?  
Who Is Harry Nilsson / d  
Why Am I Doing This?  
The Wild & Wonderful Whites of Virginia / d 
Wild Grass / f  
The Wildest Dream  
Wild Target  
William S. Burroughs: A Man Within / d
Winnebago Man  
The Winning Season  
Winston Churchill: Walking with Destiny / 
Winter's Bone  

THE WOLFMAN /

A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop  

Women Without Men /

Wonderful World 

Yeardley  

The Yellow Handkerchief  

YOGI BEAR / R 

YOU AGAIN  

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger  

Youth in Revolt

 

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I was interested in The Book of Eli at first, but then the negative reviews came in. I lost interest. Then, a day later, it jumped from 19% to 50%. I have now regained my interest in the movie.
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Originally posted by moviewizguy

I was interested in The Book of Eli at first, but then the negative reviews came in. I lost interest. Then, a day later, it jumped from 19% to 50%. I have now regained my interest in the movie.
 
Wait, so you were interested in seeing the movie, then you weren't interested because it's at 19% at RT, but then you are interested again because it's up to 50% (which is still an F grade)?
 
Me, personally, I don't care to watch Denzel aimlessly walking through a desert, killing people one moment and then quoting the Bible the next minute. Hmm, going around quoting the Bible, but then killing anyone who disagrees with you ... yep, that sums up the Catholic faith in a nutshell!
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That's not how the plot goes, but watching The Book of Eli is better than watching Jackie Chan babysit and fight crime simultaneously.
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Originally posted by MiguelAntilsu

That's not how the plot goes, but watching The Book of Eli is better than watching Jackie Chan babysit and fight crime simultaneously.
That's true about choosing it over "Spy Next Door". After hearing the Movie Preview Critic's review, I know there's more symbolism and subtext to "Eli", but I'll stick to renting it.
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The Spy Next Door already looks like a strong contender for next year's Razzies. It currently has 9% at RT and the CONSENSUS says "Lacking a script funny enough to cover up for Jackie Chan's fading physical gifts, The Spy Next Door fails on every conceivable level." Ouch!
 
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It's January 17, and we're still looking for the first big hit of 2010.  Avatar reigns for the fifth straight week, while The Book of Eli settles for second.  Here's the week ahead:

1/19 On DVD
There isn't anything big coming out on DVD this week.  Here's what IS coming out:
The Invention of Lying
Whiteout
Pandorum
Gamer
 
1/22 In Theaters
Legion - Will this be our first big hit of 2010?
Tooth Fairy - Will this be worse than The Spy Next Door?
Extraordinary Measures - Will this be a Bonus Worst of the Weak?
 
Those questions and more will be answered within the week.  Until next time, so long everybody!
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Originally posted by MiguelAntilsu

1/22 In Theaters
Legion - Will this be our first big hit of 2010?
Tooth Fairy - Will this be worse than The Spy Next Door?
Extraordinary Measures - Will this be a Bonus Worst of the Weak?
 
1. Legion: No, it will come in second or third place, while "Avatar" goes on to replace "The Dark Knight" as the second highest grossing movie of all time.
 
2. Tooth Fairy: Disney continues to de-man-a-ize Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Yes, this will be as bad as "Spy Next Door".
 
3. Extraordinary Measures: This is a Hallmark TV movie with A-list stars and somehow managed to get into theaters. Bonus Worst indeed!
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As the rock group America once sang, "Oz never did give nothing to the Tin Man, that he didn't already have." I'm afraid that Disney is simply not to blame for anything regarding Dwayne Johnson.Wink
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Tooth Fairy is not Disney, it's 20th Century Fox.
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February and March have caught the brunt of my attention already. Here are some films I predict will be considered for the 2010 RAZZIES. Colors reflect the month of release.
 
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Once hotly anticipated, many mistakes were made in the production. Percy Jackson fans started arguing in frustration over the casting, and the CGI does not suit the tone well.
 
Brooklyn's Finest
I never thought Ethan Hawke or Richard Gere (Autumn in New York) were good signs.
 
Clash of the Titans [remake]
The original was not so bad, but it was only made in 1981. Remaking a movie that recent never goes well. The second of several Greek Mythology related movies this year, indeed the return of the "sword and sandal" genre may be a nasty one.
 
How to Train Your Dragon
DreamWorks Animation is either hit or miss. Gerard Butler doesn't sound good.
 
The Back-Up Plan
A romantic comedy starring Jennifer Lopez. I expect this to go the way of The Wedding Planner and Monster-in-Law.
 
Death at a Funeral
IIRC, the dreaded remake of a 2007 British film starring people like Chris Rock.
 
Kick-A**
Matthew Vaughn has Swept Away on his resume. It also stars Nicolas Cage.
 
A Nightmare on Elm Street [remake]
This one is similar to the remake of Friday the 13th.
 
Shrek Forever After
The first two Shreks were among the best movies from the former half of last decade. Will this one get mixed reviews like Shrek the Third? Will it redeem the series? Or will it bring the series to an embarrassing wrap-up?
 
The A-Team
This movie is already guaranteed for consideration this year.
 
The Karate Kid [remake]
See notes for The A-Team
 
Footloose [remake]
Another remake of a film from the 1980's. It's way too recent!
 
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Need I say more?
 
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
A live-action movie published under Walt Disney Pictures. AND it stars Nicolas Cage
 
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
Self-explanatory
 
The Other Guys
It stars Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. The RAZZIES have never liked any of Adam McKay's movies. We're going to dislike this one, but most men under age 25 around where I live...will probably like it, because they like Will Ferrell.
 
Resident Evil: Afterlife
To put it really bluntly, it's time to get our act together and nominate Resident Evil for a RAZZIE.
 
Jacka** 3D
Jacka**: The Movie won the special award for "Most Flatulent Teen-Targeted Movie" in 2002. Jacka**: Number Two evaded the 2006 Razzies. How badly will this one bomb?
 
Saw VII 3D
It's a distant longshot to expect this series to be fully redeemed.
 
Red Dawn
Same notes as Footloose [remake].
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Originally posted by MiguelAntilsu

Tooth Fairy is not Disney, it's 20th Century Fox.
Wow, then that's even worse!
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Originally posted by GTAHater767

 Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Once hotly anticipated, many mistakes were made in the production. Percy Jackson fans started arguing in frustration over the casting, and the CGI does not suit the tone well.
 
Cashing in on the Harry Potter style fantasy novel market.
 
 
Brooklyn's Finest
I never thought Ethan Hawke or Richard Gere (Autumn in New York) were good signs.
 
I like Ethan Hawke best when teamed with Richard Linklater. His choices in films these days have been very hit or miss, mostly miss.
 
 
Clash of the Titans [remake]
The original was not so bad, but it was only made in 1981. Remaking a movie that recent never goes well. The second of several Greek Mythology related movies this year, indeed the return of the "sword and sandal" genre may be a nasty one.
 
I love Greek Mythology as much as the next person. Sure, CGI-wise, this movie will beat the sh*t out fo the original's stop motion claymation. However, I can wait for Redbox.
 
 
How to Train Your Dragon
DreamWorks Animation is either hit or miss. Gerard Butler doesn't sound good.
 
This one looks interesting. DreamWorks usually rakes in the profits, while Pixar rakes in the Oscars.
 
 
The Back-Up Plan
A romantic comedy starring Jennifer Lopez. I expect this to go the way of The Wedding Planner and Monster-in-Law.
 
Does anyone even care about J.Lo any more?
 
 
Death at a Funeral
IIRC, the dreaded remake of a 2007 British film starring people like Chris Rock.
 
Send this one straight to the Worst Remake pile.
 
 
Kick-A**
Matthew Vaughn has Swept Away on his resume. It also stars Nicolas Cage.
 
Little pre-teen assassins. I can already see the piles of hate mail that parents and watchdog groups will be writing into the studio for this one.
 
A Nightmare on Elm Street [remake]
This one is similar to the remake of Friday the 13th.
 
But it will have modern day fashion, slang, and technology and will have the pacing of a music video ... so that brain dead teens will be able to relate to it.
 
 
Shrek Forever After
The first two Shreks were among the best movies from the former half of last decade. Will this one get mixed reviews like Shrek the Third? Will it redeem the series? Or will it bring the series to an embarrassing wrap-up?
 
Thankfully, this will be the last of the series.
 
 
The A-Team
This movie is already guaranteed for consideration this year.
 
There goes more of childhood being raped for profit by H-Wood.
 
 
The Karate Kid [remake]
See notes for The A-Team
 
See "A-Team"
 
 
Footloose [remake]
Another remake of a film from the 1980's. It's way too recent!
 
As I turn 30 years old this year, I'm amazed that everything I watched as a youth can now be seen once again ... only in sh*ttier quality.
 
 
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Need I say more?
 
No, that's enough.
 
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
A live-action movie published under Walt Disney Pictures. AND it stars Nicolas Cage
 
So it's not enough to make remakes and adapations of old TV series, novels, video games, comic books, amusement park rides, and board games, now we'll just make live action movies of animated movies.
 
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
Self-explanatory
 
Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?
 
 
The Other Guys
It stars Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. The RAZZIES have never liked any of Adam McKay's movies. We're going to dislike this one, but most men under age 25 around where I live...will probably like it, because they like Will Ferrell.
 
Top contender for Worst Ensemble Cast!
 
 
Resident Evil: Afterlife
To put it really bluntly, it's time to get our act together and nominate Resident Evil for a RAZZIE.
 
An army of Milla Jovovichs?! Where do I sign up?! Just watch the direct to DVD, CGI movie instead.
 
 
Jacka** 3D
Jacka**: The Movie won the special award for "Most Flatulent Teen-Targeted Movie" in 2002. Jacka**: Number Two evaded the 2006 Razzies. How badly will this one bomb?
 
Oh goodie, morons in 3-D.
 
 
Saw VII 3D
It's a distant longshot to expect this series to be fully redeemed.
 
Isn't this series on its death-bed as it were?
 
 
Red Dawn
Same notes as Footloose [remake].
 
Seriously, I'll be 30 this year, yet the same movies from 3 decades ago are still in theaters!
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I usually don't make first impressions of movies until I see a trailer and/or some critical reception.  Don't expect me to make first impressions of those films until their release dates get closer.
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Hey, things are coming together nicely.  I see the rom-com bomb Leap Year, Tim Allen's latest misfire Crazy on the Outside and Jackie Chan's ripoff The Spy Next Door all have their own threads.  Just need the HeadRAZZ's opening page for LY and TSND and things will be good to go.
 
We're gonna have so many ripoffs, remakes and sequels this year.  I'm not sure how many rom-com bombs we'll have, though.   We'll have a remake (Edge of Darkness) and a rom-com bomb (When in Rome) on 29 Jan 2010 for sure.  It's like the studios just pile them up and shovel them into the manure spreader. . . .
 
We have three question marks coming up this week.  One, which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Ashley Judd and Julie Andrews, The Tooth Fairy, looks likely based on its bad trailer, but we've been burned by Johnson before with The Game Plan, which turned out not anywhere near bad enough for our consideration.  Extraordinary Measures and Legion have decent trailers, but, when I start thinking about their plots, both could wind up going either way.  It will be interesting to see how many if any of them warrant our attention.
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Do you really want fear of remakes. I grew up watching Fantasia's The Sorcerer's Apprentice, one of the greatest Mickey Mouse cartoons ever made, and they make a live-action movie called The Sorcerer's Apprentice. What I'm expecting from Disney is Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, an adaptation of one of the best video games ever. I'm new to this forum, and I'm also going through a bad economy like all of you. Recently, we've seen a surge of remakes that have become box office flops. Speed Racer, Dragonball: Evolution, Land of the Lost, and even Fame flopped only making $22 million off its $25 million budget. Others include Bangkok Dangerous, The Taking of Pelham 123, Street Fight: Legend of Chun Li, and even a rare 2009 movie that I've never heard of called Band Slam flopped because, you know, never heard of it. Did a little research on box office flops of 2009 and found out Band Slam bends toward the silly High School Musical and Hannah Montana area, which aspiring filmmakers like me fear a lot. I want to make animation and good kids stuff when I'm an adult, but I fear so much that I make up the story that they are making High School Musical and Hannah Montana because they know my name and will try to prevent me from ever getting my dream career. My influences come from the Rankin Bass Christmas specials, Jim Henson's line of work, Disney's library of real animation, Pixar, George Lucas' Star Wars and Indiana Jones, Dr. Seuss, and also Don Bluth's work apart from Disney on animated films from the 80's like The Secret of Nimh, An American Tail, and The Land Before Time. 
Do you think I was young enough to grow up watching Smurfs, Thundercats, and reruns of shows like A-Team and Dukes of Hazzard, and Alvin and the Chipmunks?
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