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me - The Hobbit
god it had better be good. or my childhood will be tainted.
Long term, WORLD WAR Z.
Someone say something smarmy about not looking forward to Watchmen
my first thought was "why?"
i can't wait to see it
Let the Right One In and the new Miyazaki film are out over here, so those two especially.
some others probably
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (or something like that. The new Gilliam one) looks interesting.
And also the Hobbit. Del Toro better not let me down on this one.
I'm not looking forward to Watchmen. BIAS!
Also, the new Sherlock Holmes - I reason that Ritchie redeemed himself somewhat with Rock'n'Rolla, and how could anyone fuck up a Sherlock Holmes movie? Just have the guy say "elementary!" in the first five minutes and you're laughing.
What's wrong with Jude Law? In action comedies, all bets are off.
and Where The Wild Things Are will hopefully be lovely.
And whatever Pixar are working on now. Up and Toy Story 3 I think.
Films I'm not looking forward to:
Films I've got no opinion on either way:
Michael Mann's new film about the bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) and the FBI guy taking him down (Christian Bale).
Add 'Sherlock Holmes' to my films I'm not bothered about list.
Rubbish. Kids could only get something out of it.
As satisfying as it is when someone gets caught out running their mouth about something they're entirely ignorant about, I'd be interested to see a Disney version of Watchmen shorn of the grand philosophical musings, ultra violence and odd attempted rape that made the source material just so appropriate for the under 10s.
I think that if you actually read Watchmen you'd completely revel in it. Don't dismiss it just 'cause Alan Moore's got a funny beard!
Slow in parts, but really beautifully made.
that file '9' that's coming out has potential - produced by Tim Burton, the trailer has Coheed and Cambria on it, I'm sold.
I really really want to see Synechdoche, New York.
Up for Star Trek, I reckon that could be pretty juicy. Also want to see Wolverine, although I am worried it might be a bit gash. I'm sure there're others too. I like films.
when it is clearly the only correct answer?
Also, are they still doing that new Jurassic Park film where they teach a Raptor how to hold a machine gun and swap a Tyrannosaurus Rex's arms for bazookas?
... ... ...what?
that involved dinsoaurs being taught to use guns, which personally sounds too amazing not to be made into a film.
Who loads the bazooka?
Deathly Hallows (parts one and two).
Tree of life, new Malick film
Let the right one in
Woodstock, new Ang Lee film
Larry David + Woody Allen = please don't let me down
Also, bound to be great: 'Beeswax' - Andrew Bujalski's latest.
Not sure about Watchmen, I'll probably go see it.
Could be amazing!
all been pretty poor though.
So fingers crossed.
Arnie's been confirmed for it, making it officially the best cast ever
I'm off to check if that's out now.
want to see "Funny People" - i am an admitted Apatow fan, and this one looks like it could be the best merger of comedy & drama together yet by him. i have high hopes...