第十名： Woody Harrelson 伍迪·哈里森
Woody Harrelson has had quite a year, ranging from his quirky crowd-pleasing role in Zombieland to his award-worthy performance in The Messenger to his indie spotlight in Defendor. Then there is 2012. Harrelson does a delightful job of schlocking it up as a conspiracy theorist that lives in a RV camper turned-radio station in Yellowstone NationalPark. He is one of the few characters that knows exactly what kind ofmovie he is in as he recites classics such as, "download my blog!"
第九名： Cracks of Perfection 裂得刚刚好
It’s not enough to just blow up the world; Roland Emmerich must do it with precision. Early in the film massive cracks appear in the San Andreas Fault right underneath a supermarketwhere Amanda Peet and her new boyfriend, played by Tom McCarthy, areshopping. McCarthy says, “Honey, I feel like there is something pullingus apart,” and moments later the cracks rip in between them. If youthink that takes the cake, later in the film a crack rips directlythrough Adam and God’s extended fingers in Michelangelo’s SistineChapel painting.
第八名：Plot Holes Galore 无巧不成书
One may think Star Trek has little similarities with 2012 but in a latter scene where John Cusack’s group crash landsand is within walking distance of a group of Tibetan characters iseerily similar to a meet-up between Captain Kirk and Spock in Abram’ssummer blockbuster. Other disturbances in plot range from a plastic surgeon being able to fly two different types of planes through impossible situations and Chiwetel Ejiofor’s character knowing all about Cusack during their first meet-up. I don’t want to give them all up as itbecomes quite a fun game picking out your favorites while you enjoy the film.
第七名：Last Minute Calls To Loved Ones 人之将死……
You know those scenes where a character plasters their previously subdued emotions all over the screen right before they die? That happens topretty much every character in 2012. Whether it is the president’s callto his daughter, an Indian family calling their friend (Ejiofor)，Oliver Platt’s call to his mother or two underdeveloped jazz playersreaching out to lost connections, there is enough palpable forced emotion in the film to satisfy the rest of Emmerich's career.
第六名： Arnold Impersonation 拿阿诺州长开玩笑
If you thought the terrible Arnold impersonation was bad, you are in for atreat as it is slightly extended and feeding the film with hilariouslines like “He’s just an actor! He’s reading a script!”