This Weekend, Watch This
|Brave||Seeking a Friend for the End of the World||WINNER|
(1 point per category)
|Clearest Title||This sounds like the coolest title of all-time.||This movie must have a hero in it.||This sounds like a quirky film.||Abraham Lincoln is a vampire hunter. You don’t get more clear than that. Point for Abe.|
Rated R for violence throughout and brief sexuality.
Rated PG for some scary action and rude humor.
Rated R for language including sexual references, some drug use, and brief violence.
|About time we get another Pixar film. Brave will win the best genre this week.|
(out of 5 stars)
|“President by day. Hunter by night.”
4/5 That’s right. Abe Lincoln hunts vampires!
|“Change your fate.”|
|"Nice knowing you."|
4/5 Hahaha, that's what you'd say to someone during the apocalypse.
|Abe and End of the World will share the point for best tagline.|
|Best Part of Trailer||I still don’t know if I know the plot, other than what the title has already made clear.||Pixar. In Scotland. It’ll have to be good.||The premise and the cast are amazing. Can't tell how the movie will be.||Have you seen previous Pixar trailers and movies? Brave wins.|
|Coolest Lead Actor||Benjamin Walker is Abraham Lincoln in this movie.||The voice of Kelly Macdonald (Helena Ravenclaw from Harry Poter 7.2)||Steve Carell from The Office and a ton of movies.||Steve Carell is the coolest actor of the lot. Point.|
|Best Cast||Dominic Cooper (Howard Stark in Captain America)||The voices of Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, and Craig Ferguson.||Keira Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean), Adam Brody (The O.C.) and Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights)||Keira Knightley is pretty famous too. She’ll win this point as well.|
|Best Street Cred|
For the Production
|Director Timur Bekmambetov has also directed Wanted, Day Watch, and Night Watch.||Directed by Steve Purcell, Mark Andrews, and Brenda Chapman. Brenda directed The Prince of Egypt 14 years ago.||Writer and Director Lorene Scafaria also wrote Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist.||I’m going to cheat in this round, while no directors stand out, the street cred of Pixar definitely wins the point this week.|