7TH Annual Monster Entertainment Awards- The Nominees

Monster Entertainment Awards 7For the first time in the history of the Monster Entertainment Awards, we will be hosting the movie side of the awards. After all, I once watched 366 movies, once a day, for 366 days in 2016. I think that is a pretty incredible accomplishment if you ask me, but with that being said, we are happy to do it here. Here we have some of your favorite categories like Movie Of The Year, Superhero Movie Of The Year, and Horror Film Of The Year to name a few, but we also have some new ones. We sadly got rid of Netflix show of the year because there is just too many of them and we also got rid of superhero show of the year because Netflix dominates. Now I want to remind you that not every single film made makes it on here because we are not the Oscars and we care for the movies that the everyday man/woman cares about. One thing that I did want to add is that we have a new category this year and it’s called The Tommy Wiseau Worst Movie Of The Year Award which of course goes to the worst film of 2017. Now I also want to remind everyone that you have until March 13TH to vote and decide who you want to win so choose wisely.

Movie Of The Year

1. Blade Runner 2049

2. Get Out

3. Baby Driver

4. Logan

5. IT

6. War For The Planet Of The Apes

7. The Disaster Artist

8. Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Horror Film Of The Year

1. Get Out

2. IT

3. Victor Crowley

4. My Friend Dahmer

5. Jigsaw

6. Cult Of Chucky

7. Gerald’s Game

8. Happy Death Day

Bad Ass Action Movie Of The Year

1. Baby Driver

2. John Wick 2

3. Bright

4. Kingsman: The Golden Circle

5. Power Rangers

6. xXx: Return Of Zander Cage

7. The Hitman’s Bodyguard

8. Atomic Blonde

Comedy Of The Year

1. The Disaster Artist

2. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

3. Fist Fight

4. Baywatch

5. The House

6. Rough Night

7. Brigsy Bear

8. Lady Bird

Superhero Movie Of The Year

1. Wonder Woman

2. Thor: Ragnarok

3. Logan

4. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

5. Justice League

6. Spider-Man: Homecoming

7. The Lego Batman Movie

Animated Film Of The Year

1. Coco

2. Boss Baby

3. Captain Underpants

4. Ferdinand

5. Cars 3

6. The Emoji Movie

7. Batman And Harley Quinn

Remake Of The Year

1. The Mummy

2. IT

3. Flatliners

4. Murder on the Orient Express

5. Chips

6. Sleepless

Cameo Of The Year

1. Sean Young (Blade Runner 2049)

2. P. Diddy (Girls Trip)

3. Bret Michaels (Sharknado 5)

4. David Hassellhoff Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2)

5. Pamela Anderson (Baywatch)

6. Gwyneth Paltrow (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

7. Bruce Willis (Split)

8. Joe Manganiello (Justice League)

The Tommy Wiseau Worst Movie Of The Year Award

1. Sharknado 5

2. The Emoji Movie

3. Fifty Shades Darker

4. Geostorms

5. Flatliners

6. Rings

7. The Snowman

8. King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword

 

 

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Logan Is A Beautiful Swan Song

logan-film-header-front-main-stageI am going to give you the spoiler alert warning right from the beginning because the film I about to review is too amazing that I may spill some details. Spoiler Alert: There is going to be some information leaked in this article that could give away some details or all the details in the film. So either proceed with caution or do not read any further, but you were warned. From the minute that it was announced that Hugh Jackman (X-Men) was going to star in his very last X-Men/Wolverine related film ever I had to see it for myself. Jackman stars in Logan, a film that looks at a much older Wolverine than we are used to in a very different world. There are hardly any mutants left on Earth after many of them were killed. Logan goes by a different name to disguise himself amongst the non mutants of society. All of that is put to risk when a young girl who is believed to be a new mutant shows up at his compound on the border of Mexico. Now Wolverine has to gather up Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and the little girl named Laura (Dafne Keen) before the dark forces catch up to her. The film also stars Boyd Holbrook (Milk) as Pierce, Stephen Merchant (Tooth Fairy) as Caliban, Richard E. Grant (Bram Stoker’s Dracula) as Dr. Rice, Eriq La Salle (Coming To America) as Will Munson, and the film was directed by James Mangold (Walk The Line). 

logan-trailer-700x300There is so much to praise about this film that I do not know where to start. The story is absolutely captivating as we are introduced to Weapon X-23 (Laura) who is basically Logan’s daughter because of how she was made. We see this guy who has never known how to love because of the fact that he feels that everything he loves dies. Then the girl comes along and she challenges all of that throughout the whole film. He also has to deal with a very sick Charles Xavier who by the way is a weapon of mass destruction because of what his mind can do and I love how they explored that angle in this film. The film has the feel of an X-Men movie without the 100% look of one and that is what I loved about the film. It is stylistically like a Johnny Cash song, it feels very melancholic in tone almost like you know the end is near and you’re on this last ride. The acting was absolutely amazing from everyone and the back and forth dialogue between Stewart and Jackman is absolute gold. You almost feel like they are father and son the way they banter at each other in the film. This may just be the best X-Men movie or Wolverine movie ever made and I know that it’s a bold statement to make, but after watching this it’s true. The script was amazing, the acting was amazing, the cinematography was amazing,  the soundtrack to the film was amazing, so what more could you possibly want from the film? If you do not go out and see this then you don’t know what you are missing. Make sure you get to the theater on time because there is something special from someone in the beginning that is hilarious. I am giving the film an A+ for a final grade.