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MFR Awards 2010: VOTE NOW!

Hey, everyone, just letting you all know that I am taking a vote on the best movies of the year. Send in your favorite to top 5 movies of the year, and at the end of the year I’ll write a review that is the final tally of votes by you all, and I’ll write my own awards ballet that shows how we all agree. Come on and vote, people.


About J.C. Simpson

I am a high school student who is involved in film at my school in my broadcasting/video production class. Having met up-and-coming film affiliates in my area, I have come to know many great camera techniques, good writing skills and cinematographic specialties. I have taken courses and am in the process of becoming certified to use multiple different editing equipment/software engines and cameras. I am in the process of writing over 10 Screenplays and 3 Books, and look to hopefully enter into the world of cinema as a editor, scorer, cinematographer, writer and director.

12 Responses to “MFR Awards 2010: VOTE NOW!”

  1. J.C. Simpson says:

    1. Inception
    2. Black Swan
    3. The Social Network

  2. John Millar says:

    1. Inception
    2. Shutter Island
    3. Toy Story 3
    4. Kick-Ass
    5. Monsters

    Here’s hoping you’re less political than the Oscars!

  3. Charlie says:

    1. Black Swan
    2. Inception
    3. Scott Pilgrim vs the World
    4. How to Train Your Dragon
    5. The Social Network

  4. J.C. Simpson says:

    Both fantastic lists, and John, of course I am.

  5. J.C. Simpson says:

    the thing that aggravates me more than anything about the Oscars is that the films that deserve them aren’t credited with what they should get because they didn’t pay to be nominated or the people in the movie’s views weren’t liberal enough outside of the movie to get the Oscars on their side.

  6. Dr.Manhattan says:

    1. Toy Story 3
    2. Inception
    3. Tangled
    4. Shutter Island/Despicable Me
    5. Tron: Legacy

  7. maskofsanity says:

    1. Shutter Island
    2. The Girl Who Played With Fire
    3. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest
    4. Kick Ass
    5. Hot Tub Time Machine

    I have sadly not had the privilege to see Inception, or Toy Story 3, even though I desperately want to.

    I kind of enjoyed Skyline when I went to see it, but it’s not in my top 5.

  8. John Millar says:

    Ah, I forgot Four Lions! That should probably replace Kick Ass on my list… Though it’s a close one.

  9. J.C. Simpson says:

    Mask, I’d recommend you see those, otherwise good list, Dr., good list, and John, its all good, I’ll count both of them for you.

  10. maskofsanity says:

    Thanks J.C, I’ll look into those.

  11. Chappo says:

    Man, only 5? It’s been such a good year for movies in my opinion… Well, I guess if I absolutely had to pick…

    1. Kick-Ass
    2. Alice in Wonderland
    3. Easy A
    4. Unthinkable
    5. Toy Story 3

    It maybe an unorthodox list, but those were probably the ones I enjoyed the most.



  12. J.C. Simpson says:

    Welcome, mask, and Chappo, unorthodox lists are what are needed, because normally in an awards show, the people picking the movie that will win are fat old people in a room with a ballot box that are expressing their views on how a liberalized and plotty movie, good or bad, shall always win the greatest award. This is for the people who enjoyed the movies the most: the people. And the people, among this site I’m sure there are a lot, have unorthodox lists. So its a good list, thank you.


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