Cinemarch Madness: Brody Division Semifinal
Let's just assume Boys Don't Cry is through — it's got my vote — and talk about the others. The Pianist is good, sad, harsh, et cetera, but is not punching its weight with other contenders, in my opinion. I haven't seen The Road or Hotel Rwanda, but either of those could contend.
Not sure we do need to talk about Kevin; I didn't expect it to get through, and I thought the same about Magdalene Sisters, but their roads probably end here.
A Single Man is sad, but not hope-sapping; Thirteen is sort of the same, terrifying in its way but really can't touch Happiness when it comes to feelings of ook.
I think it's Boys and The Road. Let's find out.
Brody Division: Vote for the TWO (2) harshest films.
- Boys Don't Cry (68%, 141 Votes)
- Hotel Rwanda (33%, 67 Votes)
- Happiness (25%, 51 Votes)
- The Road (20%, 42 Votes)
- We Need to Talk about Kevin (14%, 29 Votes)
- A Single Man (9%, 18 Votes)
- The Magdalene Sisters (8%, 17 Votes)
- The Pianist (7%, 15 Votes)
- Thirteen (5%, 11 Votes)
Total Voters: 206
Tags: A Single Man Adrien Brody Boys Don't Cry Cinemarch Madness Happiness Hotel Rwanda movies The Magdalene Sisters The Pianist The Road Thirteen We Need to Talk about Kevin