|Bullet to the Head||Warm Bodies||WINNER|
(1 point per category)
|Clearest Title||I predict this will be an action movie. ||I don’t want to predict what this movie might be about. ||Bullet to the Head wins the point for clearest title. |
Rated R for strong violence, bloody images, language, some nudity, and brief dug use.
Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and some language.
|Two different ratings and genres this week. Loving it. 1/2 point each. |
(in haiku form)
|Tough guy has daughter|
She’s kidnapped. He gets revenge
With guns and action.
|There’s a boy zombie|
He falls in love with human.
|Warm Bodies has an amazing plot. It’s like the plot of Romeo and Juliet and the movie Zombieland. Point. |
|Best Trailer||+ Sylvester Stallone is in an action film|
- Seems like a generic action film
+ Energetic music in the trailer
|+ First looked cheesy, but then brilliant|
+ Seriously, it’s a zombie/human love story!
+ Some pretty clever and funny moments too
|Warm Bodies seems like a great movie, and just in time for Valentine’s Day. Point. |
|Coolest Lead Actor||Sylvester Stallone from Rocky, Rambo, and The Expendables. ||Nicholas Hoult from About A Boy and X-Men: First Class. ||Sylvester Stallone is an iconic actor. Who is going to stop him from taking this point?|
|Best Cast||Jason Momoa (Conan the Barbarian) and Christian Slater (Interview with the Vampire)||John Malkovich (Con Air) and Dave Franco (21 Jump Street)||About equal quality of casts. Let’s give out another 1/2 point. |
|Best Street Cred|
For the Production
|Director Walter Hill produced all the Alien movies. ||Writer and Director Jonathan Levine has also directed 50/50. ||And how about yet another 1/2 point each.|