For the past few years (give or take "Once," which rightfully won two years back), the Oscars have missed the boat on best song nominations and often award ho-hum picks.
I don't know much about Mrs. Sanford, but I'm pretty sure about this: she is way too good for some creepy, lying idiot like Mark Sanford.
It's long since time to retire the sexist notion that women only go to movies that have "women's" issues or have "feminine-friendly" subplots.
The fact that it is considered preposterous for a writer to not dismiss Bay's work in the most vehement of terms points up a dramatic disconnect between the critical community and the movie-going audience.
The "biggest movie of the summer," Transformers 2 is also the most soulless and awful; impressive considering the litany of cinematic trains wrecks we've endured the past two months.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen represents a shocking amount of effort and skill going into a product of little entertainment value and even less significance.
Has anyone else noticed that pretty much every piece about Transformers 2 is basically about Megan Fox?
I'm feeling a little more optimistic than I probably should for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.