The only movie that I absolutely have to watch tonight in Machine Gun Preacher, as it is the only thing coming out tomorrow apart from Puss in Boots (which I've already seen, and it didn't actually arrive today so I could see it again). But here are the movies I have to watch as well: The Round-Up, In the Mood for Love (I wanna see it again), Les Miserables (the 1998 version with Liam Neeson), The Duchess, Cloverfield, Chicago, Heartless, The English Patient and Memoirs of a Geisha. What do you suggest for tonight?
Video of the week...
I rewatched Romeo + Juliet last night (and it is still as great as I remembered it to be), and I was quite taken by the soundtrack. One song I love, though, isn't on the actual soundtrack. Radiohead, a.k.a my current obsession, wrote a song specifically to play in the end credits of the film. The song is simply called Exit Music (For a Film), and it is amazing.
A bit of randomness...
The blog passed 300,000 hits yesterday! Does this mean I can stop blogging now?
Haha, jokes. It may not be a big deal to most people, but I like how it has only taken three months to get from 200,000 to 300,000. I love Google Images. And everyone who has clicked on my site, and commented. I appreciate it a lot. I really do not deserve it at all.
Though I wasn't a huge fan of it, Nikhat offers up a brilliant review of Michael Haneke's The Piano Teacher.
Rachel (from Rachel's Reel Reviews) and Jess (from Insight Into Entertainment) have teamed up to create Reel Insight. I can't wait to see what they have in store for the future!
Ruth picks 20 moments of 'cinematic awesomeness' - which is such an awesome idea for a list!!
Leith hits 100 posts and celebrates it with five of his favourite dystopian films. Great list.
Diana highlights Paul Thomas Anderson's brilliant Magnolia, and it seems she enjoyed it just as much as I did.
Speaking of being a fan of Magnolia, Tyler loves that film. But one thing he didn't love? Jack and Jill.
It seems that Mette loved Drive almost as much as me. Which is impossible, since I love it so freaking much.
Nick reviews one of my favourites, City Lights, as part of his 50/50 series.
Inspired Ground just celebrated their second year of business. Go wish Andina and her blog a happy birthday!
And finally, this joke never gets old. I can't wait to see The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo again.
I guess...what should I watch tonight out of those movies I said?