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- Meet The New Superman: Henry Cavill
- The King's Speech | Review
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- 2011 Academy Award Nominations
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- First Look At X-Men: First Class
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- Never Let Me Go | Review
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- Season Of The Witch | Review
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- First Look At Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man
- The Switch | Review
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- Gareth Edwards To Direct Godzilla
- Saw 3D | Review
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- The Fighter | Review
- True Grit | Review
- Black Swan | Review
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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Twilight. Lucky he dodged that bullet huh? From the looks of it, this couldn't have happened to a better guy after hearing all the misses he's gotten. Still not all too convinced he can pull of Superman. I liked Brandon Routh.
The Man of Steel is written by David S. Goyer of FlashForward, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight with producer Christopher Nolan attached, as well as Zack Snyder of Watchmen and Legend of the Guardians helming. Watch out for it in 2012. This should be good.
Posted by Unknown at 5:51 PM
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Crazy Heart but he was absolutely wonderful playing a tormented, frustrated royal with such control and subtlety. People may say that it was easy for him to play a stammer but even the way he stutters through the dialog had such great emotion in it. You an literally feel his frustration, his disappointment in himself each time he chokes on a word and it's hard to watch sometimes.
The Hurt Locker. People are going to be talking about Avatar and District 9 for years to come but no one is going to remember that movie because it doesn't have that long of a shelf life. And the same applies to The King's Speech. I don't see this movie outlasting The Social Network or Toy Story 3.
Posted by Unknown at 9:44 PM
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Posted by Unknown at 7:53 PM