Ok everyone, here we go! The biggest (title pending) of the year… the best and worst of the year that was 2012! The TPMPs!
Join me and co-host Chris “Tank” Tanski as we break down our lists of the best scenes, the best actors and actresses, the best directors, and of course, the best movies! But it wouldn’t be any fun if we didn’t kick around the bad ones too, we let you know who we thought were the worst actors and actresses, and which movies turned out to be the biggest stinkers of the year!
It’s a supersized celebration of the year that was! We had to break it into two parts! Part two will be up tomorrow!
This is the episode you don’t want to miss! You can download it directly, here, or as always, search for us on iTunes and Stitcher radio using the keywords (title pending) or Tank and Fogs!
The MAJOR Awards roll on! This post presents the Worst Supporting Actor winner for 2012!
We had five actors all worthy of being lambasted for their atrociousness in films from last year, but only one can be the winner.
The nominees were: Matthew Fox for “Alex Cross”, Eugene Levy for “Madea’s Witness Protection”, Dennis Quaid for “Playing for Keeps”, Vince Vaughn for “The Watch”, and Bruce Willis for “The Cold Light of Day”.
They all sucked, and each of them should be ashamed of themselves for these roles in their own, unique ways. But only one of them can take home the lamp!
Click through to see which of these slacking scofflaws was the worst!
Alright, people. Here we go. The crème de la crème. The year’s best movies. The top ten movies of 2012.
2012 was an incredible year for movies, with an abundance of huge blockbusters that delivered on their promises, and your typical mix of Oscar worthy material in the mix as well. This list could have turned in to a top 20 with ease.
But I made the tough calls, and whittled it down to just ten.
Click through to see what made the final cut – the best movies of 2012!
Ok, everybody here we go with the Nominees for Best Supporting Actress! These are the ladies who elevated the films they were in, in spite of the limited screen time their characters received. Though they didn’t have a leading role, the audience couldn’t help but take note!