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Friday, October 29, 2010
Saw 3D: This is the end... Beautiful Friend... This is the end... Yeah, you know the rest of the lyrics. If not, hopefully you know the song at least. My general viewpoint on songs is that if I've heard of it and you haven't, something is most seriously wrong with you.... ostensibly my soul mate.
I have a horrid feeling with this they're going to do a dreadful tie in with Cary Elwes character having been the next apprentice all along. Let's be honest they want to end it, but in a way that if they feel an opportunity to bring it all back in 2 or 3 years that door is still open. The horrid commercial doesn't help my viewing potential much either. Has any trailer in the last few years more loudly screamed "we're so milking it?" Dear Saw producers - The cow's dead, the utter's dry, just let go!
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest: Now I'm not expert in the field of Hornetology (yes I just made that up), but I have very recently been attacked, and bitten, by a Hornet and I can tell you it hurts like hell. So I find this title rather disturbing. Of course I'm sure TGWKTHN (you sort it out) will wonderfully tackle one woman's efforts to subvert her dystopian society, while wearing incredibly tight leather (my god have you seen the posters?). Or it'll have something to do with Noomi fighting aliens in an effort to secure future gigs. Who knows?
Monsters: 2 Theaters! Apparently this movie is available to people with XBox Live (*shrug*) and through Amazon, or was on some On Demand thingy. To be quite honest, trying to find this movie is a bit like getting lost in a mist made from the remnants of marijuana smoke. You're quite sure you want to find what you're looking for, but there's a certain calm in not knowing what's going on around you. After a while you decide the best course of action is to just rest on a couch and wait for the thing to come to you. That's my approach, hope it works out for the best.
Welcome to the Rileys: Oh oh oh this is that one movie with that one girl from Twilight. Oh, come on, what the hell was her name!? James Gandolfini? No, that was the guy from Crimson Tide... (bet you were expecting a Sopranos reference there weren't you? ADMIT IT! Glad to disappoint!). Melissa Leo! No She was in Frozen River. Getting closer though - at least I'm onto the right gender. Ah wait, Kristen Stewart! Man, whatever happened to the tomboyish, but still weirdly sexy (at the time it came out I was still under 18 so it's not weird! *cough*), girl from Panic Room? I miss her....
Wild Target: Nine times out of ten it's a bad sign when your commercial opts for a voice over on any level. When the entire commercial receives the voice over seal of usefulness... downright disaster is the only course. Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Everett, Martin Freeman, and yes, even Rupert Grint may be just enough to get me to see this on DVD.
Aftershock: I've always found the word "after" to be a bit useless. Whenever anyone describes a shock they're generally describing it in the past tense, unless they happen to be clairvoyant of course. For example, someone may say: "I was shocked." They don't say: "I was experiencing a Duringshock!" It sounds stupid. Though not quite so bad as a "CorrectlyPredictedPriortoOccuranceshock" which is just annoying to type (and say I imagine). I suppose it makes sense in describing things in past tense but it ultimately leads to the horrid: "I was shocked when the Aftershock hit us just like Bob predicted!" or as it will forever be called the: "CorrectlyPredictedPriortoOccuranceDuringAftershock" Really, it just gets out of hand people.
Luckily enough this movie does look like an engrossing human tale that I could see myself being utterly immersed in. However it should be noted IMDB and Box Office Mojo disagree on the release date so keep an eye out at your local theaters.
That's all folks! Be sure to tune back in tomorrow with reviews for The Phantom of the Opera and Nosferatu (1925 and 1922 respectively). With Sunday coming my review of THE THING - my #1 horror film of all time (and number 34 on my top 100).