Do you know what are the Top 10 Important Dates in Fiction?
Dates from Movies and TV that have significance to those stories and are exciting for fans to celebrate here in the real world the Top 10 Dates in Movie and TV History.
What date will take the top spot on our list? Will it be Judgement day from Terminator 2, the day HAL goes online in 2001: A Space Odyssey, or the day Doc Brown bumped his head and discovered the Flux Capacitor and Time Travel in Back to the Future?
Check out here the Top 10 Dates in Movie and TV History!
Watch to find out!
00:36 #10. July 4, 1996 from “Independence Day” (1996) 02:01 #9. October 16, 1997 from “Lost in Space” (1965-68) 03:23 #8. January 1, 2000 from “Futurama” (1999-2013) 04:45 #7. September 22, 2004 from “Lost” (2004-10) 05:55 #6. April 5, 2063 from “Star Trek: First Contact” (1996) 07:08 #5. December 21, 2012 from “2012” (2009) 08:24 #4. June 13, 1979 from “Friday the 13th” (1980) 09:44 #3, #2 #1 ????
Top 10 Unbelievably Dumb Decisions in Sci-Fi Movies!
Science fiction can be intellectual and require a lot of thought and research, yet these characters made incredibly stupid decisions in the movies.Watch the video of the top 10 Stupidest Decisions in Science Fiction Movies. But what will take the top spot? Putting the Death Star exhaust port in such an accessible place, taking captured dinosaurs to America in the Jurassic Park sequel, or trusting robots with our military needs in the Terminator franchise? Watch to find out!
00:50 #10. Training Drillers to Become Astronauts from “Armageddon” (1998) 02:10 #9. Bringing the Sports Almanac Back in Time from “Back to the Future Part II” (1989) 03:29 #8. Falling in Love with a Humanoid Robot from “ex_machina” (2015) 04:41 #7. Testing the Drug ALZ113 from “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” (2011) 05:40 #6. Running Straight Ahead from “Prometheus” (2012) 06:32 #5. Not Quarantining Kane from “Alien” (1979) 07:35 #4. Kissing the Infected from “28 Weeks Later” (2007) 09:01 #3, #2, #1 ????
Here we explain what are the Underworld Franchise movies about, this terribly cruel critic is as funny as it is hurtful but awfully accurate.
Underworld, the little-loved but bizarrely successful franchise, explained:
“Wait, you may ask, there are five of these movies? Yes, the Underworld franchise, too, appears to be immortal, or at least more difficult to kill than you might expect. Although the series is liked in some quarters, it tends to receive low marks from critics, and it’s unusual to find anyone who is passionate about its characters and lore outside of a small circle of devotees. That this low-budget, low-concept franchise has lasted so long (the first film was released in 2003) without the sort of rabid fandom that tends to power other long-lived series is perhaps its greatest triumph. It is the rarest of creatures in Hollywood: a profitable franchise that no one really loves.”
For every great movie and Oscar worthy film to come out of 2016, there was a terrible Razzie worthy film as well. Watch here the Top 10 worst movies of 2016, and recommend you avoid them at all costs. But what will take the top spot on our list? The wannabe epic Gods of Egypt, the not-funny comedy Dirty Grandpa, or the just plain awful Norm of the North? Watch to find out!
00:44 #10. “Shut In” (2016) 01:47 #9. “Nine Lives” (2016) 02:52 #8. “Fifty Shades of Black” (2016) 03:48 #7. “Suicide Squad” (2016) 04:57 #6. “The Darkness” (2016) 05:55 #5. “Zoolander 2” (2016) 07:00 #4. “True Memoirs of an International Assassin” (2016) 08:01 #3, #2, #1 ????
Adam Sandler, an orginal New Yorker, was born on September 9, 1966. As a kid, he was always making jokes and making people laugh and was so good at that, that it turned him into a professional comedian. *(Check out some of his early work on the video bellow). It all started when his brother encouraged him to go and perform at the Boston Comedy Club at age 17. He continued to perform in Boston until he left for New York University. After graduating he kept as a regular on MTV´s game show Remote Control.
In 1990 Adam Sandler was employed on Saturday Night Live by Dennis Miller, a great starting and pivoting point for his carrier that launched him to fame over the next 5 years. Shortly after, Adam makes some of his characters such as Cajun Man, Opera Man and Canteen Boy. Source: https://www.biography.com/people/adam-sandler-9542505.
During the 1990´s he made several comedy albums named: ´They´re all gonna laugh at you´ (1993), “What the Hell Happened to me?” (1996). “What´s you name?” (1997), and “Stan and Judy´s Kid” (1999). Two of these were awarded a double platinum.
Sandler started coming up in TV shows since 1980 but it was until 1990 that he starts to receive recognition on for movies. He appeared in Coneheads with Chris Farley and Dave Spade. He founded his own company´Happy Madison Productions´in 1999, during the years he filmed many movies under the banner. https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/adam-sandler-582.php
As a young stand-up comedian, Adam Sandler probably didn’t foresee himself becoming one of the most successful funnymen in Hollywood, complete with a sweet Netflix deal, but he did. While his movies are often beaten up on by critics, the actor has starred in some pretty classic comedies, like Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison, and The Wedding Singer. However, if you look long enough at the man’s movies, you’ll spot numerous in-jokes and all sorts of references scattered throughout his filmography…
The Star Wars connection | 0:27
The Godfather connection | 1:32
A Vendetta for V | 2:12
The Tarantino Connection | 3:06
The cat connection | 3:55
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is rapidly expanding, meaning at any point they could take a fresh batch of comic characters and turn them into big screen stars. The problem is, while some of Marvel’s comic book characters are truly awesome, fitting them into the film universe might be… impossible. Here’s a look at some Marvel characters the movies will never get right…
When something deviates from its source material, the results are usually less than stellar; thankfully, that isn’t the case here. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 differences between the “Guardians of the Galaxy” movies and comics.
00:38 #10. Yondu 01:32 #9. Drax the Destroyer Hates Thanos 02:14 #8. Origin of Gamora 02:56 #7. Knowhere 03:37 #6. Ronan the Accuser 04:13 #5. Drax’s Sense of Humor 04:58 #4. Origin of Drax the Destroyer 05:46 #3, #2 & #1: ????
Scenes from movies where hunters stalking prey have their fortunes reversed and find themselves becoming the victims. WatchMojo presents the top 10 hunters who become the hunted in these movies. But what will take the top spot on our list? Predator, The Stuntman’s Last Stand, of Jurassic park? Watch to find out!
00:30 #10. Smile, You Son of a… from “Jaws” (1975) 01:22 #9. The Descent Thing from “Saving Private Ryan” (1998) 02:13 #8. Time to Die from “Blade Runner” (1982) 03:17 #7. We Always Work Alone from “The Bourne Identity” (2002) 04:12 #6. The Vents from “Alien” (1979) 05:08 #5. Not in My Movie from “Scream” (1996) 06:11 #4. A War You Won’t Believe from “First Blood” (1982) 07:04 #3, #2, #1 ????
Horror movies might not be the particular focus when thinking about disruption and innovation. Also when taking an even bigger step back you see how the entire paradigm you thought had always existed was in reality a very sensitive and reactive canvas and each of these specific movies impacted and changed the entire industry.