What I'm watching tonight...
Despite the fact that the holidays are just around the corner and usually this is high time that the studios bring out lots of movies on DVD, I just have Real Steel to watch tonight. Too much homework (grrrrrrrrr) is preventing me from watching another one tonight, which slightly annoys me.
Another week, another podcast...though this will be the last of my podcast appearances for a little while, since work is getting in the way of EVERYTHING. This time I make an appearance on the LAMBcast (even though I'm pretty sure I missed half of it thanks to Skype difficulties) chatting about movies we love but can't recommend to others. I'm not a big recommender (after being told several times by customers that I don't know what I'm talking about), so this was a perfect topic.
Yeah, I'm not a fan of Chloe Moretz being cast as Carrie White in the remake of Carrie (I'm just not a fan of the whole thing full stop, I love the original). Sati puts up a case for eight actresses who would be better...I'm all for Mia Wasikowska!
Tyler has unleashed his top ten of 2011...I should really get a hurry on, but I haven't seen all I have to!
One film I'm actually kinda excited to see (despite my genuine distaste for horrors) is Cabin in the Woods. Front Room Cinema has a review up and it is looking good!
Anna puts together some interesting thoughts on one of the most underrated films ever, Sunshine.
Andy had the pleasure of watching Wrath of the Titans, and somehow, he did not like it. I'm only seeing it for Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes, but I think I'd rather see them in Schindler's List a thousand times in a row instead.
Hardly anyone saw Mirror Mirror this weekend (that I know of), but Candice has some nice thoughts about it. Even though I haven't seen the film, I like what she's saying here.
Diana reminds me of a great movie that I wouldn't mind seeing again, There will be Blood. So much awesomeness.
To make me even more excited for The Avengers, someone has opened up a Twitter account for Loki. I love you, Loki.
What's a movie that you love but can't recommend to others?