These past two weeks have been filled with movies that I've been wanting to see. I rewatched Moneyball last night (which I loved even more the second time around) and gave 30 Minutes or Less a go. Tonight, I'm watching The Vow and finally The Ides of March. However, next week won't be the same. I literally only have Katherine Heigl's One for the Money to watch. Fun.
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What else do you expect me to put here? The Django Unchained 'teaser' came out last week and it was pretty damn awesome. I wish it had more Leo, though. I piss myself laughing every time I see that zoom in on his face.
If you haven't listened to the Demented Podcast's Battle Royale yet, what's wrong with you? It's been weeks in the making (scheduling difficulties), and it was a pretty fun way to end a week filled with exams. And you'll have to see who is victorious out of me, Kai, Rachel, Jandy and Jason.
Andy is currently living it up at this year's Sydney Film Festival. Check out the amazing (and oh so prolific) coverage over at his site.
Wanna get involved in something cool, and consider yourself a bit of a Francophile? Check out Lesya's Paris in Genres, and recommend your favourite Parisian set film!
Mette offers a brilliant list of her favourite coming of age films.
Bonjour Tristesse has a review of one of my most anticipated films of the year, Cosmopolis.
The response to the LAMB's Foreign Chops all about French New Wave was quite impressive, and definitely gave me a lot to build on for the rest of the month.
The Kid in the Front Row has some lovely things to say about blogging. I wish I could better enforce the 'take a break' advice!
Sati has another 'Visual Parallels' post, this time looking at the similarities between Amelie and The Artist.
Taking some inspiration from me, Tyler shares his 50 film facts about himself.
Over at Front Room Cinema Tom looks at the career of the brilliant Richard Linklater. And here I can politely mention that a certain Christian McKay was great in his underrated film Me and Orson Welles.
What's the best blogging advice you've received/you can give?