Young Adult (comedy with Charlize Theron, J. K. Simmons and Patrick Wilson)
Carnage (comedy with Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster and Christopher Waltz)
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (thriller with Daniel Craig, Christopher Plummer and Rooney Mara)
Albert Nobbs (drama with Glenn Close, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Brendan Gleeson, and Brenda Fricker)
War Horse (drama with Emily Watson, Jeremy Irvine and David Thewlis)
The Iron Lady (biographical drama with Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Anthony Head, Richard E. Grant)
The Grey (action with Liam Neeson and Dermot Mulroney)
Man on a Ledge (thriller with Sam Worthington, Jamie Bell, Ed Harris and Elizabeth Banks)
One for the Money (comedy crime thriller with Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara and Debbie Reynolds)
Chronicle 20th (sci-fi horror with Michael B. Jordan and Michael Kelly)
The Woman in Black (horror with Daniel Radcliffe and Janet McTeer)
Gone (thriller with Amanda Seyfried and Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley and Michael Pare)
It was Star Trek: The Final frontier, the 5th movie.
Yes, my geek just fell out. Except I didn't see this one, heard it was bad. I saw the others, though.
Give me one more quiet night, before this loud morning gets it right, and does me in.
Just a tit bit. I read that Sony has brought the rights to the authorized Steve Jobs bio and has asked Aaron Sorkin to do the script. George Clooney or maybe Noah Wyle are possibilities for the title role. Wyle played the same part in a 1999 TNT movie about the rivalry between Jobs and Bill Gates. The name of that TNT movie is "Pirates of Silicone Valley" just in case anyone is interested.
I finally saw J.Edgar today. I was disappointed. I had high expectations because of some great names- Clint Eastwood (did he direct this or was he just a producer?), Leonardo DiCaprio (great job as old and young Hoover), Naomi Watts (could not recognize her) Judi Dench, etc. I was really looking forward to the historical information, but the way it was presented made it boring for me. Things about his personal life were quite shocking. I don't believe homosexuality was accepted in the society those days.
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Saw Hugo today - brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.
Thanks emason! I want to see it but was waiting until someone else came and gave a review.
None of the movies that really interest me are featured in the poll.
I guess "Carnage" kind of does but I am definitely not going to be filling Polanski's coffers with my money.
"The Artist" looks very interesting. Definitely a must see.
Yes, I thought the 3D was totally appropriate. Usually it's used just for the sake of using it, but this time it was a real complement to the story. Scorsese's love of movies, all movies, and his interest in film preservation comes through in every frame; I don't think any other director could have made this.
Disclaimer: I'm such a sentimentalist that I cried all through the last half hour.
I'm going to have to wait until War Horse is available for VOD or DVD. Not keen on sobbing hysterically in a cinema.
I have to leave the room when the TV ad is on. Horse in danger! Hot young men in peril! Hot young man talking to horse!
It's too much.
It's like Hidalgo, Black Beauty, Saving Private Ryan all in one.
Just STOP IT.