Well, I know that I'm watching In Time tonight. But there is a place open for another movie, which may be filled up with Drive, if my sister delivers it to me tonight. It will be nice to see that movie without airline censorship (I never heard a swear word from the version I watched...). However, while this week is big, I don't feel the need to freak myself out by revisiting Contagion, and although I like the cast, I'm not sold on Dream House (I'll check it out later). Tomorrow I shall finally be checking out Take Shelter, which I think is more exciting than my birthday, and giving The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 a whirl since I want to complete the series, and see how bad it is. So don't be alarmed if there's no post tomorrow, because I'm at my Dads, which means that I can't just have dinner when I want and watch movies when I want. Ugh.
Video of the week...
I meant to post this last week, but I ran out of time to do one of these posts. When I was in bed with laryngitis the other day, dreading going to work without a voice, the lovely Diana tweeted me the trailer to Now is Good, starring Dakota Fanning and my fourth husband Jeremy Irvine. I'm actually quite looking forward to this one!
Kate Winslet is perfection, and Mette at Lime Reviews sums up on the heavenly creature that she is.
Another person to jump on the 'hundred things I learnt from the movies' is Nikhat of Being Norma Jeane, who predictably has some awesome quotes.
I couldn't really pick out which post I wanted to feature from Tyler's Southern Vision, so I'll just go for both: his review of the worst movie in the world, The Room, and his post all about my favourite score ever from The Social Network.
At the moment, in English we are writing reviews on Braveheart for our assessment - a movie which I thought was quite average. Steve Honeywell from 1001 Plus seemed to like it enough. And our introductions are basically the same!
The On the Road trailer finally hit this weekend, and it looks very good. But no-one is more excited for it than Diana, who sells the movie to us all!
Speaking of Aziza's Picks, if you wanna help a blogger out, make sure to give her some feedback at the LAMB's Brutally Blunt Blog Blustering page!
I do love it when Ryan at The Matinee slows down to do a personal kind of post (in fact, when anyone does one, I love it), and he takes some time to reflect on podcasting. It almost makes me want to do a podcast myself, but I'm a busy wee lassie!
Andrew at Encore's World of Film & TV has been reviewing 2011 in film, and his supporting actress ballot is particularly cool. Why? Double Jessica Chastain :)
Finally, Jandy at Row Three made up the most epic list - ranking all of the Best Picture winners she'd seen. My golly, that would have been exhausting.
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