As planned last week, my Tuesday Movie Nights consists of Crazy, Stupid, Love. (again) and The Beaver. Because no-one loves me and I'm alone and feeling poorly on Valentine's Day. LOL JK, Valentine's Day doesn't exist in my world. Unless Jeremy Irvine wants to call me up tonight.
Video of the week...
So, I've accepted the fact that I'm not going to see The Artist in the near future. But that doesn't stop me from wanting to change my name to Jean Dujardin or laughing until I cry over his 'villain auditions'. I think that We Bought a Zoo Too or Bridesmaids 2 look like the best.
Contesting for my favourite post of the year is Sati's incredible '48 Hidden Images from Black Swan'. I want to shove this post in the face of everyone I know who hated it and show them what a freaking masterpiece it is. And I applaud Sati for paying attention to the movie so much!
You know what movie I still have nightmares about? Abduction. Mike @ Front Room Cinema reminded me of why it was so bad. I still like joking about it, though.
Tyler's excellent Southern Vision just hit the one-year mark...hasn't he done so well? Go wish him and his blog a happy birthday.
Candice @ Reel Talk has a chat with the director of the brilliant animated film Chico & Rita, which is far more underrated than it deserves.
These may not be the 30 best films of the 2000s, but there are some great things on this list. Max @ Anomalous Material hit the nail right on the head with most of them.
Another person on The Muppets bandwagon is Aziza. Seriously, y'all need to see this film.
On a completely different bandwagon is Surrender to the Void, who loved Incendies just as much as I. Y'all need to see this film too.
But a bandwagon I'd like to be on is for Tyrannosaur, which I really want to see. Bonjour Tristesse makes a strong case for why I should be on that bandwagon.
Which Jean Dujardin villain do you want to see the most?