#1 on the list is The Dark Knight (2008)
I am not a fan of superhero movies. In fact, I really don't like them much at all. I was "forced" to watch some Batman movies when the kids were younger and hated them; which probably has a lot to do with my dislike. So when I saw that The Dark Knight was #1 I can't say I was really excited to watch it.
I have to admit that I thought it was okay. The story was actually complex, dramatic and interesting. I didn't like Batman's voice though. Would I watch it again? Probably not. But if I HAD to watch it I probably could do it. Sorry, that's as excited as I can get about it.
Academy Awards, USA 2009
|Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role|
Heath Ledger Posthumously. The award was accepted by his father, mother and sister. Ledger is the only actor to have won an award in this category after death.
|Best Achievement in Sound Editing|
|Best Achievement in Cinematography|
|Best Achievement in Film Editing|
|Best Achievement in Art Direction|
Nathan Crowley (art director)
Peter Lando (set decorator)
|Best Achievement in Makeup|
John Caglione Jr.
|Best Achievement in Sound Mixing|
|Best Achievement in Visual Effects|
Paul J. Franklin