3/27/15 - 

MTV Movie Awards ‘15: Which movie will win Movie of the Year?

It is almost time for the 24th edition of the MTV Movie Awards. On Sunday April 12th, 8/7C, the show will air live from Los Angeles. Comedian Amy Schumer is this year’s presenter. Of course the most important award is “Movie of the Year”. The following eight movies have been nominated. Who will take home the award?

The Fault in our Stars

The Fault in our Stars is a drama based upon the number-one bestselling novel by John Green. Teens Hazel Grace (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort) fall in love after having met at a cancer support group. She has lung cancer, he is in remission from osteosarcoma. As a viewer you watch their relationship develop and how they support each other in the battle against cancer. The movie has many lovely lighthearted moments, mixed with a lot of drama. Keep those tissues close!
Only $14.99 in the iTunes Store


Director Richard Linklater filmed with the same cast over 12 years. In the movie we meet 6-year old Mason (Ellar Coltrane). He has a sister and his parents Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke are divorced. Boyhood tells the story of growing up through the eyes of young Mason. In a timespan of 12 years you see how Mason turns into an 18-year old teen right before your eyes. With this simple story Boyhood won numerous awards, including 3 Golden Globe and 1 Oscar!
Only $9.99 in the iTunes Store

Guardians of the Galaxy

Ravager Peter Quill finds a mysterious orb. Though he does not know it yet, the orb contains one of six Infinity Gems. Instead of handing it over to Yondu, leader of the Ravagers, he decides to try and sell it. In response, Yondu puts a bounty on his head. Another interested party is Ronan the Accuser. He wants to use the Inifinity Gem for his evil plans and of course those plans put the entire universe in danger. Peter has to work together with an unlikely team of criminals to ensure the gem doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. Guardians of the Galaxy is another fun Marvel Popcorn Flick.
Only $19.99 in the iTunes Store

Gone Girl

The second movie in our list based on a bestselling book, this time written by Gillian Flynn. It would be a shame to spoil too much of the story, so we will keep it short. Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike), wife of Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck), disappears the night before their 5th wedding anniversary. They seemed to be a perfect couple, but amidst the mediacircus, people are starting to notice Nick’s strange and inappropriate behavior. Is Nick involved in the disappearance… could he have killed his wife? We know the answer, now it is time for you to find out!
Only $14.99 in the iTunes Store

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

The Hunger Games pulled a Harry Potter and decided to make two movies out of the last book. In this first part Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) becomes the symbol of the rebellion (known as the Mockingjay). The people see her as their symbolic leader and President Snow (Donald Sutherland) is not really happy about this development. So he kidnaps Katniss’s partner Peeta Mellark. If you missed the first two movies, , you know where to find them!
Only $19.99 in the iTunes Store


Andrew Neyman (Miles Teller) is a young drummer enrolled in an elite music conservatory. He wants to be the absolute best and gets that chance when he is discovered by renowned teacher Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons). Fletcher puts him in his top jazz ensemble, a dream come true for young Andrew. But he quickly learns that Fletcher expects only the best and his teaching methods operate on fear and intimidation. Andrews ambition turns into an obsession as Fletcher continues to push him to his limits. J.K. Simmons won an oscar for his great performance as Terence Fletcher. Whiplash is a drama movie filled with great music.
Only $14.99 in the iTunes Store

Selma and American Sniper

Unfortunately the last two nominated movies are not available in the iTunes Store, but you can pre-order both. Selma tells the story of Martin Luther King (David Oyewolo) as leader of the ‘65 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches. American Sniper is based on the true story of Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), Navy Seal and the most lethal Sniper in U.S. military history.

Buy your favorite movie and vote!

Have you not seen all the nominated movies yet? Voting closes on April 11th, which means you have more than enough time to watch the ones you have missed. Use your iTunes credit to buy the 6 available movies in the iTunes Store. Need iTunes credit? Order an iTunes Card on iTunescard.com and top up!
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