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The Oscars (for ACTION/SCI-FI/ADVENTURE movies) (Edited 10/12/10 12:39PM by Jess)
Read the Article: The Cinema Hero Awards 2010

The Oscars clearly don't care about the "good" -- meaning exciting movies -- but I do.  And I think you do too.
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 1. Best Ass-Kicker (0 points)
35%a. Wolverine (X-Men Origins)
12%b. Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe)
23%c. Bryan Mills (Taken)
8%d. Rorschach (Watchmen)
12%e. Razio (Ninja Assassin)
12%f. other
 2. Best Villain (0 points)
19%a. Mary Lee Johnston (Precious)
8%b. The Fallen (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)
38%c. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)
15%d. Viktor (Underworld: Rise of the Lycans)
12%e. Jennifer (Jenniferís Body)
8%f. other
 3. Best Heroine (0 points)
12%a. Baroness (G.I. Joe)
19%b. Ginormica (Monster vs. Aliens)
31%c. Scarlet (G.I. Joe)
15%d. Silk Spectre II (Watchmen)
23%e. other
 4. Best Hero (0 points)
27%a. Bryan Mills (Taken)
15%b. Wolverine (X-Men Origins: Wolverine)
4%c. Rorschach (Watchmen)
4%d. Duke (G.I. Joe)
31%e. James T. Kirk (Star Trek)
19%f. other
 5. Best Journey (NOT the best movie, its the hero who went on the most interesting journey) (0 points)
23%a. X-Men Origins: Wolverine
19%b. Star Trek
31%c. District 9
4%d. X-Men Origins: Wolverine
4%e. Fast & Furious
19%f. other

 &nbp;
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#7 | 1706 days ago

This was by no means a stellar year for the genre, but...
1. Sergeant James (The Hurt Locker) in a close one with Bryan Mills (Taken). Too close to call really.
2. Col. Landa was good. Not great. There were no great villains in 2009.
3. Neytiri (Avatar). The movie was so-so, but there's wasn't a whole lot to choose from. Plus she was 10 feet tall.
4. Sherlock Holmes. Rebooted as a post Victorian MacGuyver / John Maclane slightly debaucherous anti-hero. My kinda guy.
5. What the creepy clown said, although Dream_Machine is on the mark. Bonus points for unleashing the term "fooking prawns" all over the interwebs and when ordering at sea food restaurants.
1. other  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. other  5. District 9  
  
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#1 | 1706 days ago

District 9 ROCKED!!!!
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#2 | 1706 days ago
Cherrie (+)

Monique deserved that Oscar for her roll n Precious. You have no idea just how real that charactor is
1. Wolverine (X-Men Origins)  2. Mary Lee Johnston (Precious)  3. Baroness (G.I. Joe)  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. X-Men Origins: Wolverine  
#3 | 1706 days ago

based on that. I would so watch the The Cinema Hero Awards 2010  on ABC at 8pm EST, hosted by Beaze!

Good call on the Best Hero! I just watched that again this week. Dad is gangsta! I told my little sisters, yes, our dad loves us but he could NOT do this. His search is probably going to end at the state lines and he has no contacts. Bryan is not the average dad. LOL
1. Wolverine (X-Men Origins)  2. Viktor (Underworld: Rise of the Lycans)  3. Baroness (G.I. Joe)  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. X-Men Origins: Wolverine  
#4 | 1706 days ago

Michael_G wrote:
District 9 ROCKED!!!!
Yes And No! I Still Can't Get Over The Communication Between Aliens And Humans. Language Barrier Simplicity Just Threw Me Off The Whole Movie.
1. Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe)  2. Viktor (Underworld: Rise of the Lycans)  3. Scarlet (G.I. Joe)  4. James T. Kirk (Star Trek)  5. District 9  
#5 | 1706 days ago

Dream_Machine wrote:
Yes And No! I Still Can't Get Over The Communication Between Aliens And Humans. Language Barrier Simplicity Just Threw Me Off The Whole Movie.
I took an Alien Language course in college so I didn't even need the subtitles...
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#6 | 1706 days ago

I'm just too old for such nonsense. 
1. other  2. other  3. other  4. other  5. other  
#7 | 1706 days ago

This was by no means a stellar year for the genre, but...
1. Sergeant James (The Hurt Locker) in a close one with Bryan Mills (Taken). Too close to call really.
2. Col. Landa was good. Not great. There were no great villains in 2009.
3. Neytiri (Avatar). The movie was so-so, but there's wasn't a whole lot to choose from. Plus she was 10 feet tall.
4. Sherlock Holmes. Rebooted as a post Victorian MacGuyver / John Maclane slightly debaucherous anti-hero. My kinda guy.
5. What the creepy clown said, although Dream_Machine is on the mark. Bonus points for unleashing the term "fooking prawns" all over the interwebs and when ordering at sea food restaurants.
1. other  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. other  5. District 9  
#8 | 1706 days ago

cuddles127017 wrote:
I'm just too old for such nonsense. 
"One is never too old for nonsense, as nonsense never gets old."
- Tsu Nyce (The Art Of Nonsense)
1. other  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. other  5. District 9  
#9 | 1706 days ago

marcus_nyce wrote:
This was by no means a stellar year for the genre, but...
1. Sergeant James (The Hurt Locker) in a close one with Bryan Mills (Taken). Too close to call really.
2. Col. Landa was good. Not great. There were no great villains in 2009.
3. Neytiri (Avatar). The movie was so-so, but there's wasn't a whole lot to choose from. Plus she was 10 feet tall.
4. Sherlock Holmes. Rebooted as a post Victorian MacGuyver / John Maclane slightly debaucherous anti-hero. My kinda guy.
5. What the creepy clown said, although Dream_Machine is on the mark. Bonus points for unleashing the term "fooking prawns" all over the interwebs and when ordering at sea food restaurants.
Yes, 2009 was a really weak year.
1. Wolverine (X-Men Origins)  2. Mary Lee Johnston (Precious)  3. Baroness (G.I. Joe)  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. X-Men Origins: Wolverine  
#10 | 1706 days ago

Beaze wrote:
Yes, 2009 was a really weak year.
I think this year will be better. I hope...
1. other  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. other  5. District 9  
#11 | 1703 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

Michael_G wrote:
I took an Alien Language course in college so I didn't even need the subtitles...
 Reminds me of the scene in ST6 where the Universal Translator fails and Uhura breaks out the Klingon-English dictionary.

OMG, I just geeked out.
#12 | 1702 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
 Reminds me of the scene in ST6 where the Universal Translator fails and Uhura breaks out the Klingon-English dictionary.

OMG, I just geeked out.
and you're telling me why.....
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#13 | 1702 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

Michael_G wrote:
and you're telling me why.....
because you're the one mentioning alien languages.
#14 | 1702 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
because you're the one mentioning alien languages.
which language did I refer to?
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#15 | 1702 days ago

(Edited by kteacher)
Cherrie wrote:
Monique deserved that Oscar for her roll n Precious. You have no idea just how real that charactor is
I agree----Monique's portrayal was too real, but Col. Hans Landa still gets the nod  from me. He was evil with a bit of humor.
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#16 | 1702 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

Michael_G wrote:
which language did I refer to?
 
#5 | 4 days ago
Dream_Machine wrote:
Yes And No! I Still Can't Get Over The Communication Between Aliens And Humans. Language Barrier Simplicity Just Threw Me Off The Whole Movie.
I took an Alien Language course in college so I didn't even need the subtitles...
Enter the poll to see my answer
#17 | 1702 days ago

(Edited by Big_Country78)
dstrict 9!?! what a steaming pile of crap.  that stunk worse than some burning hair on a turd, it could gag maggots.
1. Razio (Ninja Assassin)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. Scarlet (G.I. Joe)  4. James T. Kirk (Star Trek)  5. Star Trek  
#18 | 1702 days ago

Big_Country78 wrote:
dstrict 9!?! what a steaming pile of crap.  that stunk worse than some burning hair on a turd, it could gag maggots.
I disagree amigo...and where the f*#k has your a$$ been
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#19 | 1702 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
 
#5 | 4 days ago
Dream_Machine wrote:
Yes And No! I Still Can't Get Over The Communication Between Aliens And Humans. Language Barrier Simplicity Just Threw Me Off The Whole Movie.
I took an Alien Language course in college so I didn't even need the subtitles...
Enter the poll to see my answer
Sorry Jason, I was trying to be funny..didn't translate right, i'll just stick with alien languages...
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. other  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#20 | 1701 days ago

Big_Country78 wrote:
dstrict 9!?! what a steaming pile of crap.  that stunk worse than some burning hair on a turd, it could gag maggots.
i'm slowy comming back
1. Razio (Ninja Assassin)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. Scarlet (G.I. Joe)  4. James T. Kirk (Star Trek)  5. Star Trek  
#21 | 1693 days ago

best hero and asskicker..."Tallahassee"  from Zombieland
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Jennifer (Jenniferís Body)  3. Silk Spectre II (Watchmen)  4. other  5. other  
#22 | 1693 days ago

I am an X-MEN fan.....loved the comic books and the movies, and the cartoons....my guilty pleasure....
1. Wolverine (X-Men Origins)  2. Viktor (Underworld: Rise of the Lycans)  3. Scarlet (G.I. Joe)  4. Wolverine (X-Men Origins: Wolverine)  5. X-Men Origins: Wolverine  
#23 | 1684 days ago

I THINK THIS IS A SCRAMBLE POLL, MIX OLD ACTOR AND MOVIES WHITH NEW , I PREFER OLD ACTOR WHITH OLD ACTOR, NEW ACTOR WHITH NEW MOVIES , WHATH ABOUT BOGART, CAGNEY, YOU CANT MAKE A MIX WHITH WOLVERINE , VAN HALEN ETC, THE WORLD CHANGE, THE ACTOR AN ACTRESS CHANGE TO .-
1. Wolverine (X-Men Origins)  2. Mary Lee Johnston (Precious)  3. other  4. other  5. other  
#24 | 1511 days ago

I agree with Marcus.....Sgt James must have been included for the Best Kickass category.....
1. Bryan Mills (Taken)  2. Mary Lee Johnston (Precious)  3. Silk Spectre II (Watchmen)  4. Bryan Mills (Taken)  5. District 9  
#25 | 1450 days ago

GI Joe had the best fight between two litte kids in a(n) (american) movie ever!
1. Rorschach (Watchmen)  2. Col. Hans Landa (Inglorious Basterds)  3. Scarlet (G.I. Joe)  4. James T. Kirk (Star Trek)  5. District 9  

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