2012 Triumphs, Sandra Bullock’s Best Movies

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Happy Monday! Hope you had a great weekend.  Did you see any movies? Were you one of the folks who lined up to make 2012 a smashing success — the John Cusack-starring apocalypta-pic blew everyone else away at the box office with a massive $65 million opening weekend haul…wow. This was actually a lot more than the pundits expected, and very good news for director Roland Emmerich (the man who made The Day After Tomorrow, Godzilla, and Independence Day). Who knew 2012 would do so well? Oh wait. I forgot. We were warned. Guess Mayan Calendars are about to become this year’s hot holiday gift.So now we move forward with more on our People’s Choice Nominees. Last week we asked you all about Johnny Depp, Hugh Jackman and Brad Pitt movies. It turns out, you all had PLENTY to say about which of these fellas’ flicks you liked best. Thanks for your feedback. We’ll get back to the other two gents and their movies in a few days  (Robert Pattinson’s got a pretty big opening thiscoming weekend with his Twilight Saga: New Moon).  But before we look at his movies and Ryan Reynolds’ movies (BTW,  just caught The Proposal — totally diverting fun),  let’s look to some of the gals who scored nominations last week: Anne Hathaway, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Kristen Stewart and Sandra Bullock. And because I’m thinking about The Proposal, let’s examine some of Sandra Bullock’s performances and see which ones you all found most memorable. And remember, I can only list four, so if you think one of her best was omitted, just let us know. With this in mind, voice your choice in today’s featured poll and tell us which Sandra Bullock film is your favorite.

1) The Proposal

2) Speed

3) Miss Congeniality

4) Two Weeks Notice

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