This year however Ratatouille is the only contender, and a film with a rat who wants to be a chef doesn't really contend with those incredible feats of cinema mentioned above (no, I don't mean Transformers). Nevertheless, a truly excellent film, and one I'm prepared to argue for as Pixar's best after The Incredibles and Toy Story 2. It's that good!
I should not have bought this. The Final Cut really does not add anything to The Director's Cut. Hell, I even like the voiceover of the first (well, some of them). And there needed to be a bit more of an ending in my opinion.
So why does this win when Hot Fuzz and Futurama: Bender's Big Score leave with nothing? It's this damn package! If you're a Blade Runner fan and you like different versions of the film, get The Collector's Edition and own them all! Hours and hours of extras on the making of a fascinating film and book! The Amazon version had the soundtrack too! It really is a complete package!
Note: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles might've won if they'd put them all in at least two box-sets rather than three. Three very very expensive box-sets.
28 Weeks Later
A terrible, terrible abomination of a movie from the director of one of my favourite foreign -language films, Intacto. A script riddled with plot-holes that would make Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds blush with embarrassment, in a year I have been thrilled, entertained, disappointed and bored by movies, this is the only one that irritated me.
A terrible film in every way. And I saw Resident Evil: Extinction!
Next Time: The TEA Videogames Category!