The blog formerly known as 'Life of a Cinephile and Bibliophile'
Alright, here are some ideas:- A Poll- Netflix Instant reviews ... if you have it or not - Director of the week .... you chat about him/her for one post - Ranting and or rave of the week- Reviews on anything and everything you see- Shout outs where you post other people site's for a post --- you may do that now and I'm just forgetting- Lists ... people seem to love those- and those little things called "Movies" ... Chat about them as if I was standing there. Hope this helped.
When I find myself stuck for ideas (usually happens every other week)...I start looking around the bigger publications for news and see if certain news stories spark an idea or an opinion. As for 2011 movies I'm anticipating, where to begin...THE SKIN I LIVE INTHE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOOMONEYBALLHUGOWAR HORSECOWBOYS & ALIENSCONTAGION50/50J. EDGARTHE RUM DIARYTINKER, TAYLOR, SOLDIER, SPYTHE MUPPETSSHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWSTHE IRON LADYTINTINEXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE
Well, my most anticipated is most definitely J. Edgar. But I also wanna see The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Contagion, 50/50, Crazy Stupid Love, The Help, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Cowboys and Aliens, Drive and of course the 2011 releases who haven't yet reached our shores: Midnight in Paris, The Tree of Life, Martha Marcy May Marlene and Melancholia.
At this point with both The Tree of Life and Midnight in Paris already released, I would say none... Ahah but to answer the question, Captain America and Tintin
- Drive - Senna- Melancholia- Contagion- J. EdgarHatter - Extremely Loud is 2012
My two biggest for the year I've already seen! (Harry Potter and Super 8), but I'm also looking forward to Hanna, Jane Eyre and Another Earth (if I can get to see it at MIFF - I might have to wait if I can't get tickets). Oh, and Tree of Life. And Tintin...hahaHmm...DVD reviews are quick and easy sometimes, but I usually browse the internet for movie news (casting and such), or try and find/create a meme.
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