Kentucky? Kansas? You can have them. We’re busy battling through the upcoming Summer blockbuster season to figure out which movie is going to win our March Movie Madness Tournament.
We’re down to the Elite Eight, thanks to your votes. All four No. 1 seeds have survived, but now they’ll face their toughest challenges from some surprising contenders.
This started when we ranked 32 anticipated titles into four Regions, then further ranked those titles into seeds numbering 1 through 8. Each day, a new Region opened to voting. Victors will advance until a champion is crowned on April 20.
Now, it’s up to you. Consider all factors – Quality, Critical Response, Box Office – before picking a movie. Cast your vote, and help us figure out which movies are moving on to compete in the Final Four. Then check back often to see how your favorite movie did.
Region 3 -- Round Three
(1) The Amazing Spider-Man vs. (3) Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
Wow. Spider-Man keeps swinging through our March Movie Madness Tournament, having knocked off Len Wiseman’s Total Recall reboot in the previous round. But we didn’t necessarily see Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter toppling Pixar’s Brave, which will attempt to restore the animation studio’s luster after the grave misstep that was Cars 2. So now it’s up to you, movie fans. Are you going to cast your vote for revisionist American history (as directed by rabid Russian filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov)? Or are you throwing your weight behind Marc Webb’s rebooted Spidey adventure, with Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) taking on The Lizard (Rhys Ifans) as he tries to impress Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone)?