March 15, 2010

ACCA 2003 begins today, along with some New Reviews!

Yes, the 2003 edition of the Awards Circuit Community Awards is now up and running, with everyone able to cast their votes for the best of that year. Go here to vote and make sure your favorites get nominated!
We also have new reviews of the comedy Cop Out and the indie flick The Exploding Girl. All the reviews can be found here, and keep your eyes open for more reviews in the coming days and weeks (and also let us know what we've missed and you'd like to see get a review).
Finally, we've added to the Historical Circuit database, so go here and check out all our reviews of vintage flicks and let us know what else we should review.
-Thoughts on the ACCA contenders and new reviews?

9 comments:

  1. i'm glad we're back to the ACCAs. They're always great fun, but I must say that you forgot to include Finding Nemo and The Lord of The Rings: Return of The King in the lists for screenplay. It's probably too late to go back and add them in, but just thought you should know.

    -Robbie

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  2. I have a bad feeling that Cold Mountain will again get snubbed. I freaking love that movie.

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  3. That's it, I can't do it anymore. I love coming here for awards speculation and news, but I just can't read the film reviews on this site. They're way too forgiving. Three stars to Cop Out? I have to draw the line there, I'm sorry.

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  4. Robbie- If enough people are fans, I'm sure it'll get written in enough to get nominated.

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  5. Mr. Hamer- I'm sorry our opinions on Cop Out don't match, and while you're in the majority in terms of critical thoughts, I stand by my review. If you choose to no longer read my reviews, then I'm sorry to see you go, but if I didn't write them up as honestly as possible, then I wouldn't be doing my job.

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  6. Fair enough. You're certainly entitled to your opinions, and I applaud your honesty (anyone who doesn't stray from critical consensus every now and then needs to reconsider how they watch movies). I just desire to read those that are more...discerning.

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  7. Well, we'll just have to agree to disagree about how discerning or forgiving my critiques are, since I actually get more feedback saying I'm too harsh, but hey, you know better than I how you interpret them.

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