Weems: Nick Nolte's Smoking Gun DUI mugshot from 2002 still haunts me, and I'm afraid that he'll show up to my house if I don't vote for him. Fear motivates me.
Moyer: Christopher Plummer, because he was great as Captain Picard and Magneto.
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Woody Allen, "Midnight in Paris"
Michel Hazanavicis, "The Artist"
Terrence Malick, "The Tree of Life"
Alexander Payne, "The Descendants"
Martin Scorsese, "Hugo"
Wilson: Michel Hazanavicius! "The Artist" is such a perfect little gem and he cast his wife as the lead- extra points in my book.
Colonna: Scorsese wins. Why? One word: "Goodfellas." Technically that is two words, but that's how he decided to spell it and who wants to question Martin Scorsese? Not this girl.
Weems: Michel Hazanavicius. This guy's name would kill in Scrabble.
Moyer: Martin Scorsese. We need more undiscovered male talent in Hollywood to get the recognition they deserve.
"A Cat in Paris"
"Chico & Rita"
Wilson: OK, so I haven't seen any of these but just going by their names I'm most intrigued by "Chip & Rita." Who is Chip? Who is Rita? And who are they together?
Colonna: I can't vote for any of the animated films. They freak me out more than any of the "Saw" movies ever could and I don't want an angry animated animal pissed off at me.
Vos: I choose "Kung Fu Panda 2" for entertaining my 4-year-old daughter for hours on end so I don't have to.
Weems: "Puss in Boots." I know this speaks directly to my maturity level, but every time I hear this title, I laugh silently in my soul. Anything that makes my soul chuckle trumps everything else.
Moyer: "Kung Fu Panda 2," an important film that really opened my eyes to the plight of wild animals trained in various martial arts.
Siple: "Puss in Boots" was vastly superior to "Pus in Boots," an animated medical adventure for the tween set.