I will not do a Top Ten Films list. To begin with, I haven’t seen enough motion pictures, just two or three dozen of the movies that were delivered for this present year to be very genuine. Second, when you begin micromanaging things to that level it is so emotional as to be futile. In this way, we’ve concocted 15 Notable Film Awards for 2008 that even the most in-your-face film buffs may have disregarded, overlooked, not seen, or downright not have considered at that point. On the off chance that you get anything out of this arrangement of grants, ideally it will be a more careful comprehension and energyไอ้หนุ่มหมัดเมา about film. Hahaha…just joking!
** Biggest Disappointment of 2008 **
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
While the contention can be made that Crystal Skull could impart this honor to X-Files: I Want to Believe, there is no doubt that desires constrained it into the best position. The first Indiana Jones Trilogy is one of the most adored arrangement of movies ever. X-Files, while having a no-nonsense after, had practically dropped off the radar for most fans for some time. From a content viewpoint, X-Files was better. At long last, had X-Files been a week by week scene, it would have fit in and played fine. Gem Skull was only a fizzle on practically every chamber. Some portion of taking 17 years to stir up a spin-off while a seemingly endless amount of time after year saying that you will need to locate the “great” content sort of places fans in a mentality that since they have the film rolling that they DID locate the ideal content. In reality, they may have. Straight to the point Darabont’s unique content Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods, which is about 65% of what hit the screen was in reality entirely brilliant. It took a genius of Lucas’ gauge to strip all the fun out and totally squash the life out of it. Darabont’s content might not have been epic, yet it absolutely had a ton of Indy “fun” in it and was significantly more consistent with the soul of the character. In view of all that, it was still acceptable to see Harrison Ford wear the fedora once more, and there were a couple of pleasant Indy minutes. The bike pursue in the principal demonstration was about as unadulterated fun as the film got, however. Past that, if there will be any more Jones films, it would be ideal if you hold up until George Lucas resigns or bites the dust. Get his fingers out of the imaginative procedure – ANY inventive procedure. Try not to confide in the person to design your lunch menu at this point…unless in the wake of getting up from the eatery table you can guarantee that he shot first. The most fitting audit for Crystal Skull could unexpectedly originate from a great film line in the up to referenced scene from Harrison Ford himself: “Sorry about the jumble.”
** Most Outstanding Film with a Rotten Climax **
We are as of now in the Golden Age of comic book films. There are two things going on with this marvel. One is that computerized impacts have at long last arrived at a phase to bring the incredibility of Super Hero funnies to life in to some degree a trustworthy way, however second is that producers are beginning to pay attention to the requirement for comic book motion pictures to have a genuine content and characters. Simply reproducing an imitation of ink and paint leggings and a couple of slogans isn’t sufficient. In light of that, we got the psyche numbingly exceptional Dark Knight that sort of came and eclipsed the remarkable Iron Man in this limit. Robert Downey, Jr was splendid in this job, and however Iron Man was never one of my “books” during my concise scarcely any year tease with the comic book world in my more youthful years, he truly rejuvenated the character with a feeling of equity. What met up on screen was so acceptable 85% of the time, that when it went to the awfully average “climactic fight” between Iron Man and the malevolent Iron Obadiah Jeff Bridges that it was totally pardonable on the grounds that it was so engaging in each other regard. Incredible content, extraordinary impacts, self-satisfaction humor – all the elements of a comic book nerd’s dream film.