The following Uloop Summer Movie Awards will recognize both the best and the worst of what this summer had to offer: half Oscars, half Razzies. Before we begin, a few ground rules. Movies will be considered from the beginning of May to the end of.
Best Picture 22 Jump Street Chef Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Edge of Tomorrow Guardians of the Galaxy Snowpiercer WINNER : Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Dawn is the rare sequel that surpasses the original in every way.
The mixed bag that was summer 2014 is really a holdover for the epic year 2015 promises to be, but that doesnt mean this year was without merit. And what better way to analyze them all than with some awards?
Fassbender portrayed the quasi antagonist with the perfect dose of misguided optimism and intensity to deliver the standout performance of the summers most star studded movie. Best Directing Joon-ho Bong, Snowpiercer Anton Corbijn, A Most Wanted Man.
These awards werent easy to do, as some categories, like Best Picture, had many nominees clambering for recognition, while others, like Best Lead Actress, didnt have many performances that would even qualify. I did my best to represent the summer movie landscape as a whole.
WINNER : Emily Blunt, Edge of Tomorrow. The biggest surprise of the summer was successful largely because of Blunts power-packed performance. She was equal parts funny and intense at exactly the right times, putting her performance a step ahead of the other nominees.
The movies that bombed, flopped and disappointed. These last four awards will name the worst of the worst and, perhaps even more upsetting, the most disappointing. Worst Actress Drew Barrymore, Blended Cameron Diaz, Sex Tape Melissa McCarthy, Tammy Nicola Peltz, Transformers: Age of Extinction Charlize.
For instance, indie flicks like Snowpiercer and Chef are in the running as the former caused a big stir after its direct to streaming release and the latter had a wide enough release that most movie fans had the opportunity to see it.
Best to worst. Here we go. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Guardians of the Galaxy Snowpiercer Chef 22 Jump Street Edge of Tomorrow X-Men: Days of Future Past How to Train Your Dragon 2 Neighbors The Fault in Our Stars Godzilla Get on.