- Team Smack Goes Sidewise
- The Fault In Our Stars (2014) vs. The Spectacular Now (2013)
- The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital? 3-7-14
- Her (2013) vs. Lost in Translation (2003)
- Saving Mr. Banks (2013) vs. Finding Neverland (2004)
- American Hustle (2013) vs. The Informant (2009)
- Dallas Buyers Club (2013) vs. Philadelphia (1993)
- All is Lost (2013) vs. Gravity (2013)
- Surrounded by Enemies: What if Kennedy Survived Dallas? (2013) vs. 11/22/63: A Novel (2012)
- 12 Years a Slave (2013) vs. Django Unchained (2012)
- Captain Phillips (2013) vs. United 93 (2006)
- The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital? 10-4-13
- cell phone spy on android on The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital?
- more info on Changeling (2008) -vs- L.A. Confidential (1997)
- big daddy cell phone spy on The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital?
- http://tinyurl.com/ on The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital?
- Poze on The Departed (2006) -vs- Infernal Affairs (2002)
- Wilma on 21 (2008) -vs- Lucky You (2007)
- football on Independence Day (1996) -vs- The War Of The Worlds (1953)
- Poze on Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007) -vs- Walk the Line (2005)
- web designing on Clash of the Titans 3D (2010) -vs- Clash of the Titans (1981)
- nipple sex video on We’re Official!
Tag Archives: Modern Family
An awards show is really the ultimate Smackdown, I guess, given that there are clearly established winners and losers. Except that it’s not politically correct to use those words anymore. Notice that the when the envelope is opened the phrase is “And the Emmy goes to…” and not “The winner is…” Oh, presenters still slip from time-to-time and admit the truth but they are discouraged from this, believe me.
As the former Chairman/CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (including the 9/11 Emmy postponements of 2001), my wife Jackie and I go to the Emmys every year. I could certainly “cover” them or “review” them like the hundreds of other news organizations but, really, I’m just a guy with a camera standing on the Red Carpet and if you put me up against the massive armies deployed by Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Extra, The Insider, CNN, People, and everyone else, that’s not even a Smackdown, that’s a wipeout. Continue reading