Well, my English exam is done and dusted. I think the essays went beyond well, as long as I answered the questions the way they were supposed to be answered (I have huge issues with that...I guess that's because I write well without any purpose, which kind of defeats the purpose of writing). And now, I'll never have to think of The Shawshank Redemption or World War One poems ever again. Since it is a week until my next exam, I can hunker down tonight and watch a few movies. I only really have Arthur Christmas and Killer Joe on tap, but I do have to watch another Nicolas Cage movie before tomorrow so that will fill in the night.
Video of the week...
Warm Bodies looks like so much fun. Even if my boy Nicholas Hoult is a zombie...he makes a pretty cute one. And yeah, that's all I have to say about that one.
Just a random picture to get you into the Christmas spirit...
I was made to put up Christmas decorations at work in the weekend, and all I could think about was making the entire window The Dark Knight Rises themed. Because The Dark Knight Rises comes out at the end of this month and I don't know about you, but I love that film. So that's the tinsel Batman I made, and I just need to make a sign and some other stuff. To all you people who didn't like The Dark Knight Rises, just know that Blockbuster Dannevirke will have a cool Christmas window because of it. Boom.
Josh has his early Oscar predictions up, which reminds me...I should probably get onto mine. But I literally don't know anything because I haven't seen anything.
Sarah reviews the criminally underrated Tyrannosaur, which is one film that I could never sit through again.
Steven reviews Jack and Diane, a movie starring Riley Keough and Juno Temple which looks extremely odd, but in a slightly intriguing way.
Mettel has made her Movie Alphabet into a blogathon. Go submit your entries and keep an eye out for mine, coming later this week!
Also sharing the love for Anne Hathaway on her birthday was Sati. Plus, this most comes complete with gorgeous pictures.
It seems that Alex was rather overwhelmed by Rust and Bone...be sure to check out his enthusiastic review on one of my most anticipated films.
Candice lists down five black actors who could take on the role of James Bond. We all know that Idris Elba is headed for the 007, though.
It seems that Ryan quite loved Lincoln. I'm always excited for anything Spielberg, but it has taken me a while to get excited for this one...but I totally am now.
What is your favourite 'limited release' movie of 2012 so far?