While taking the subway to work into Manhattan, Sean O’Connell sees a familiar scene. He has to endure the same guy being a jerk-off to his wife every morning. So he channeled his rage into one helluva Top 10 list for us here at Scene-Stealers.
Sean has compiled some of the worst husbands in movie history and boy, there are some real doozies. Can you say “over the top”? Coinciding with that notion, two of the performances were actually Oscar nominated. Click here to see the Top 10 Worst Movie Husbands.
Scene-Stealers sitegoer Will Dawson from Lawrence, KS contributes today’s Top 10 list on the opposite side of a subject that both J.D. and I have covered before. In Ericâ€™s Top 10 Best Sequels and J.D.â€™s Top 10 Best Sequels, we took on the difficult task of finding that elusive successful series film that doesn’t completely suck. Will, on the other hand, is getting up close and personal with the ones that really sucked. Bad.
Out of a list that in my mind probably numbers in the thousands,Will was able to narrow down to 10 movies that he thinks are the worst sequels ever made. (At least one actor of note appears in two of them!) If you have a list of your own, email it to me at email@example.com. In the meantime, please enjoy Will’s Top 10 Worst Sequels list.
The movie industry is always looking for help when it comes to financing motion pictures, especially the really big, expensive kind. Companies who lay down lots of cold, hard cash are molding products, logos, and slogans into the very building blocks of our entertainment, often without audiences even realizing it. The new trend, of course, is to mock product placement even as you feature the product: “30 Rock,” I’m looking at you!
Today’s Top 10 look at product placement comes from Elliot Kort and Abby Olcese, the Two Awesome Movie Nerds from Lawrence, KS. Check out their own personal list of favorite Top 10 Product Placements in Movies here. Also, be sure and leave them some comments because there are a metric crap-ton of other prominently featured products in movies these days. Let’s hear what you have to say, too! If you have a Top 10 list of your own, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This may be the worst Top 10 I’ve written. Not in the way it was written or the lack of research, of course–on the contrary, I did a lot of research to try and track down the most fourth films in a series I could find. It was a little experiment to see what the percentage of good/bad is among fourth movies in a franchise to kind of gauge what we’re in for this weekend as fourth franchise film “Terminator Salvation” opens in theaters.
Guess what? They’re not so good. I could have made a Top 10 list of the worst in a franchise, but that would have been too easy to list, and it numbered around 50. It was much more challenging to come up with ones that didn’t suck too bad. Anyway, enjoy it if you dare: The Top 10 Best Fourth Movies in a Franchise.
Today’s Top 10 Tuesday submission comes from Seattle WA. Warren J. Cantrell is a writer who enjoys two things: being hardcore and “Predator 2.” Warrenâ€™s impassioned, uncensored Top 10 list makes him the first Scene-Stealers sitegoer to write a Top 10 list about ONE MOVIE, and an 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger-less sequel at that. This Top 10 is also notable for its creation of the past-tense word â€œwad-shot.â€ Hereâ€™s Warren with the Top 10 Reasons â€œPredator 2â€ Is the Best of the â€œPredatorâ€ Franchise.
If you have a Top 10 list you’d like to submit fro Top 10 Tuesday, send it to email@example.com.
Approach this week’s Top 10 list with caution. It comes to us from Lawrence, KS resident Sara Langford, who readily admits that she “spent a great deal of [her] teens and twenties seeking out shocking movies like a drug addict looks for a fix.” Fair enough. That would explain her list of Top 10 Unnerving Movie Scenes.
It even sounds like now Sara is not willing to go back and watch any of these stomach-turning moments, so it was kind of her to supply us with her experiences in a not-so-easily digestable Top 10 list. If you’d like to contribute your own Top 10 list, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Heeeeere’s Sara!