Archive | January, 2010


Dear Oscar…

Posted on 29 January 2010 by ShepRamsey

Dear Oscar,

I’m writing to ask you a favor or two (or three or four or a whole lot more) in this upcoming Oscar season.  I’ve been extra good this year, seeing many movies and pumping lots and lots of money into the industry.  You would be ever so proud of me! Continue Reading

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Thank God for Avatar…crushing the hopes and dreams of Michael Bay.

Posted on 26 January 2010 by Quaid

You thought it was over.  You thought we’d said all we could about Michael (hack) Bay and his over-the-top, abysmally directed sequel to his over-the-top, abysmal but somewhat entertaining(ish) first transforming robots movie.

You were wrong.

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Dances with Smurfs Goes for the Gold. Seriously?

Posted on 20 January 2010 by Quaid

I am the lone Avatar defender on this site.  Shep abhors the film, and I’m pretty sure Hans is less than luke-warm about Cameron’s latest opus. Continue Reading

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Shep’s Top Ten of 2009: After this it’s over…I promise.

Posted on 17 January 2010 by ShepRamsey

Maybe I’m a little late to the game for this and maybe no one cares, but I’m feeling a little self-indulgent today and sometimes this is just a lot of fun, so here it is, folks:  a genuine, certified ShepRamsey annual top ten. Continue Reading

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What Shep and Hans missed. How could you forget…?

Posted on 11 January 2010 by Quaid

I sat down to do my top ten of the decade.  It was a daunting task–it really was–so like any 26-year-old slacker, I gave it the old college try and promptly gave up. Continue Reading

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One More for Good Measure: Another Top Ten of the Decade

Posted on 07 January 2010 by ShepRamsey

If it’s the beginning of a new decade, it must be time to gush all over the old one!  And what better way than with some random jackass (in this instance, that would be me) telling you—no, ordering you!—to acknowledge that these ten films were the very best of what the cinema had to offer. Continue Reading

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