Bruce Almighty 2 - A classic.
Die Hard 4 - Classic.
Pirates 3 - A classic.
Shrek 3 - Classic.
Spider Man 3 - Classic.
Rush Hour 3 - I'm not holding my breath.
The Ex - Wait, didn't this bomb already? Well, we got to find some way to make fun of the wheelchair bound somehow. Basically, the best episode of Scrubs you never saw, when Tommy Lee came into the hospital in a wheelchair and started making moves on Zach Braff's girlfriend. It's funny, right?
Besides, there can only be one Ex. Be mine, Yancy! I'll keep the home fires burning for ya, Witchblade.
Jindabyne - Short Cuts 2.
Red State - Ah, yes, the horror genre... something even Kevin Smith can't screw up... right?
Death at a Funeral - Looks cute! The kind Frank Oz doesn't usually do, or so I once thought...
Chapter 27 - Like a good friend of mine says, we should just ignore this guy to death.
Away from Her - aka Fiona's So Mean to Aubrey. Or Billy Liar 2; I will never give up my Julie Christie!!!
Waitress - 1) Matlock's back and 2) this will do for food what American Beauty did for rose petals.
Georgia Rule - Well, Jane Fonda sure knows how to sell a movie....
Knocked Up - Sorry, guys, even the director of the 40 year old virgin needs something like that Steve Carrell magic...
Hot Rod - an Snl digital short motion picture
Bug - from the director of The Exorcist: already I like it! But why didn't they use that ad campaign for Blue Chips?
Gracie - Goodbye, an inconvenient truth!
belle de jour - a classic
la dolce vita - a classic
irma la douce - not so classic
And finally, No Country For Old Men - What makes Pittsburgh so god damn special? What about Seattle? We like film too! We've got our own international film festival, for God's sake! I'd go there to see Paris, je t'aime but I'm busy that day, and besides I was a little underwhelmed by it on DVD. But I digress. In promulgating my theory on film directors and the significance of decades, the Coens are a special case. It was about this time 10 years ago when they made a comeback of sorts with a film that changed the film landscape, or at least made the fade to white a popular visual schema with Fargo, after failing and falling with The Big Hudsucker... I mean, you know, that one they always show on HBO Family for some reason. Anyway, so Hudsucker was 1994, and The Ladykillers was 2004; are they not making a similar climb-back from a rocky critical precipice? Was I the only one who liked The Ladykillers? I just may be! Well, no one's denying that Irma P. Hall was great in it; I'm just saying I got burned by Nothing To Lose, and bad.
Anyway, here's hoping NCFOM takes the Golden Bear in Berlin... no, wait.