Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Upcoming Movies... which are Repeats

I was a little bored at work today and decided to look through upcoming movies at ComingSoon.net. It looks like there a bunch of good movies coming out this next year. Usually I just review this for the summer, but I noticed an interesting trend. HALF of the movies coming out are REMAKES! How unoriginal. I've cataloged the upcoming movies and Have commented after them. Red means it came from a Book, or its a sequel. Orange means that I think they took the idea from another movie, which makes it un-original. Green means I don't care and I want to see it.
My conclusion is at the end...

November 6

- The Box - Possibly a remake, definitely a Take-off. It sounds like so many other old scary movies.
- Collapse - Documentary of Economic Collapse, wow, I sure want to hear that crap again.
- Disney's A Christmas Carol -
This one's been around for a LONG time. Who hasn't heard of it.
- Endgame - True story of Apartheid south Africa.
- The Fourth Kind - Alien Abduction, Close encounters...REPEAT
- The Men Who Stare at Goats - Its being called a True Life story.
- Precious: - Based on NOVEL
- Splinterheads - ... carnival con artists... Hmmm (?)
- That Evening Sun - looks dumb
- Turning Green - distasteful foreign film.
November 13
- 2012 - Like this hasn't been done 3 times in the last year! Nobody likes these stupid Scary tactics movies.
- Dare - High school friends must find themselves - Looks really dumb, and its been done before.
- Fantastic Mr. Fox - Kids Book - Maybe
- Love Hurts - Romantic comedy, like all others.
- The Messenger - War drama
- Oh My God? - Documentary, Ever seen the History Channel?
- Pirate Radio - True Story
- Ten9Eight: Shoot for the Moon - Teens growing up in Poverty...Seen it!
- Uncertainty - Looks dumb
- William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe - Documentary-esque
- Women in Trouble - Looks dumb
November 18
- Red Cliff - Han Dynasty war action, I'll see it though.
November 20
- The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans - Looks Dumb!
- The Blind Side - True Story
- Broken Embraces
- Defamation - Documentary on Racism, its been done plenty.
- Fix - Inspired by TRUE events!
- Mammoth - foreign
- The Missing Person
- Planet 51 - Hmmm
- The Twilight Saga: New Moon - From Books! - its not like I'm gonna read it.
November 25
- Me and Orson Welles Documentary
- Ninja Assassin - Kung Fu fighting! - I can't wait
- Old Dogs
- The Princess and the Frog - Every kid has heard/seen this before.
- The Road - Post Apocaliptic earth, fighting for survival, Hmmm, I saw Mad Max in the 80's.
November 27
- The Private Lives of Pippa Lee - No-way

December 4
- Armored - Whats this, Oceans 15?! Everyone's seen this before.
- Brothers - Wait a minute... I just read this plot summary, while composing THIS Blog! (see The Messenger)
- Everybody's Fine - Remake of a foreign Flick.
- Serious Moonlight - More adulterous affairs, blah blah blah...
- Transylmania - Take off. Anything Transyl-whatever related means Dracula.
- Until the Light Takes Us - Documentary of Heavy Metal in the 80's. Orange for most. New for all the youngsters.
- Up in the Air
December 11
- A Single Man - I don't know... It seems like Brokeback Mtn, part 2 to me.
- Invictus - Another South African re-unification story, thanks Nelson.
- The Lovely Bones - Based on a NOVEL.
- Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year -
- The Slammin' Salmon -
December 18
- Avatar - and its a FOX film.
- Did You Hear About the Morgans? - Hugh Grant, need I say more. Every character of his is the same.
- Nine - um... its a Musical.
- The Young Victoria - at least they chose a New Queen - Netflix maybe.
December 23
- Police, Adjective - Cops and drugs
December 25
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel - I grew up watching these cartoons!
- The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - weird
- It's Complicated - looks dumb
- Sherlock Holmes (Warner Bros. Pictures) - Who hasn't heard of this already?! - could be good.
December 30
- The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond - a play written in the 50's
- The White Ribbon
December TBA
- Nutcracker: The Untold Story
- Who hasn't heard of this already? So someone tries to add to it.
January 1
- Case 39 -
January 8
- Crazy on the Outside
- Daybreakers - And even MORE Vampires...
- Leap Year -
- Youth in Revolt - From a Book
January 15
- The Book of Eli - Another one that I've seen today, Post-apocolyptic america, must fight to survive, then find the key.
- Fish Tank - weird
- Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil - I liked the first one... - i loved the first one.
- The Last Station - Remake of 1990's NOVEL
- The Spy Next Door - Its a Jackie Chan movie. Same as ALL his others.
January 22
- Creation - After a BOOK
- Extraordinary Measures - From a 'True' Story
- Legion
- To Save a Life -
- Tooth Fairy
January 29
- After Dark Horrorfest 4 - Numbers 1-3 weren't enough
- Edge of Darkness -
- When in Rome -
January TBA
- Pyaar Impossible (limited)

February 5
- Dear John - From a NOVEL
- From Paris With Love -
- I Love You Phillip Morris -
February 6
- Untitled Bob Marley Documentary - Documentary
February 12
- My Name is Khan -
- Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief - looks interesting.
- Remember Me -
- Valentine's Day
- The Wolfman - Oh ya, another brillian remake. could be good.
February 19
- Shutter Island - Escape Prisoner, Ohhhhh.
February 26
- A Couple of Dicks
- A Prophet - Foreign
- The Crazies - A Reinvention of an older, dumber plot.
- Takers - More Bank Robberies?
February TBA
- The Red Riding Trilogy - Adapted from Books
- Saint John of Las Vegas -
March 5
- Alice in Wonderland - REMAKE - maybe
- Brooklyn's Finest - Another Cop show, different city.
March 12
- The Back-Up Plan
- Green Zone
- Hard 10
- Our Family Wedding
March 17
- Mid-August Lunch
March 19
- The Bounty Hunter
- Hot Tub Time Machine - dumb!
- Hubble 3D - Documentary, and we've seen the stars show before.
- Last Night -
- Season of the Witch -
March 26
- Clash of the Titans - REMAKE - but definitely on my list.
- How to Train Your Dragon - Actually looks good to me.

April 2
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid - IN BOOKSTORES NOW!
- Furry Vengeance
- The Last Song- From the Bookstore!
- Mary, Mother of Christ - Documentary
- Repo Men -
- Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too - Oh no, not another one!
April 9
- Date Night
- The Losers
April 16
- Death at a Funeral (Screen Gems)- ReMAKE from 07
- Kick-Ass - looks interesting, but based on a Comic Book!
- MacGruber - They got this idea from a Saturday Night Live sketch.
- Piranha 3D - Sorry, I saw the National Geographic special of this too.
April 22
- Oceans - Documentary, same as the show EARTH.
April 23
- Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps - Its been a while...
April 30
- A Nightmare on Elm Street - Another one? Really? Are you sure?
April TBA
- Waking Sleeping Beauty - ReMAKE

May 7
- Iron Man 2 - This better be good! Definitely!
May 14
- Letters to Juliet - More Romeo and Juliet crap...
- Untitled Robin Hood Adventure - Do they really need another one?
May 21
- Shrek Forever After - I hope this one is good too! - Oh Yes!
May 28
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time - Pirates of the Caribbean, except in Persia.
- Sex and the City 2 - OH Dear, Remake of a Remake
June 4
- Killers -
- Marmaduke - ideas from a comic strip in the 50's
June 11
- The A-Team- Oh ya, watched this one growing up! - I hope its good.
- Get Him to the Greek
- The Karate Kid - Not another one! Too Many!
June 18
- Footloose - Kevin Bacon better be in this REMAKE!
- Jonah Hex - from an old TV SHOW
- Toy Story 3 - Its been a while, guess they wan t more money! - I'll see it though.
June 25
- Grown Ups - Seen this one before today too, high school mates, reunite to relive the past.
June 30
- The Twilight Saga: Eclipse - From Books, as you could guess. - I guess so.
July 2
- Knight & Day
- The Last Airbender - looks interesting, but sounds familiar. - Could be good
July 7
- Robert Rodriguez's Predators - What happened to Arnold's Predators?
July 9
- Despicable Me
July 16
- Inception (conventional and IMAX theaters)
- The Sorcerer's Apprentice
July 23
- Dinner for Schmucks
- Salt
July 25
- O Apostolo 3-D
July 30
- Beastly
- Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore - continuing another dumb story.
- Little Fockers - REMAKE
- Morning Glory
July TBA
- Hairspray 2 - Not ReMAKE
August 6
- The Other Guys - I hope its funny!
- Step Up 3 - Oh Boy, another one?
August 13
- Friday the 13th Part 2 (3D) - They really just need to stop it already!
- Ramona and Beezus - based on a series of NOVELS
August 20
- The Expendables - Remake of every old guy action film ever made
August 27
- Resident Evil: Afterlife - Sequel # 4
September 10
- The Town - From a NOVEL
September 17
- Flipped - adaptation of a NOVEL
- The Roommate - 'dangerous obsession', heard of Single White Female?
September 24
- Guardians of Ga'Hoole - Based on Childrens BOOKS
- You Again

October 1
- Alpha and Omega - they should really rethink this animation about Dogs.
- Priest - Adapted from a Tokoy comic book
- Your Highness - looks funny, but so did Monte Python
October 8
- Going the Distance - looks pointless
- Secretariat - Based on REAL events.
- The Zookeeper -
October 15
- Faster - The ROCK, just out of jail, out for revenge. Sounds like Walking Tall, another movie he did, exactly.
October 22
- Prisoners - parent after kidnapped child won't stop till they find them... sounds all to familiar.

November 5
- Due Date
- Oobermind
November 12
- Unstoppable
November 19
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I - Yaaaah, from Books! But I'll definitely see it!!
- Red (Summit Entertainment) - Based on a Comic Book
November 24
- Burlesque - Remake of Moulon Rouge, which also looked bad
- Red Dawn - One of the greatest movies, 20 years ago! Ya, I'm gonna see it for sure.
November 27
- Bruce Lee
- Bruce has been done before!
December 10
- The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - Yaaah, Another one! Hope its good. Books were so so.
December 17
- Tron Legacy - Blast from the Bast more like! - I'm gonna see this for sure too.
- Untitled James L. Brooks Comedy
- Yogi Bear
December 22
- The Green Hornet - Um... YA! But it still used to be a TV Show, and comic book
- Gulliver's Travels - Big Screen adaptation!
- Life as We Know It
December TBA
- Rapunzel - Yup, never heard this one before

So as you can see, there are PLENTY of movie remakes to see in the next year. In fact, 79 direct remakes of books or other movies, and 36 Take-offs. That's 115 remakes out of 180 total movies. Thats 63 % of all movies listed to open between now and next year are REMAKES. Less than half of Hollywood is original, and they are mostly UN-ORIGINAL. So forget writing a screenplay for your director friend. Write a good Book, and then someone will probably see it, and then shortly adapt it to be their movie! You want to know why Hollywood isn't doing as well as in previous years... That's right, there's nothing original. Then there's the few gems like Batman, Iron Man, Toy Story, Shrek, stuff like that that earns Tons of money. Sure its fun to see, but people will quickly grow old of #4, 5, 6, and 7. Look at the 'Friday the 13th' series. Its one of the best and most original horror shows, but they haven't bothered makin up anything new yet. Cause they are lazy. That's right, milk it for all you can, before you use your mind again. by then it will have rotted probably. And just think of all the shows I did watch when I was younger that they haven't remade yet! And in a few more years they'll probably try to remake the re-made movies into TV shows, or cartoons or whatever. Oh Bother.
Come up with something new already! 37 percent of the people already are, now why don't the rest of you!

Monday, September 21, 2009

Decorating Cakes!

So last week we had our first 'actual' Cake Decorating Class. It was the second of four, but the first class was just an orientation of what to bring, and how to bring it, etc. And funny thing, is that on Tuesday night I got a call from that Cheryl girl and she asked me if I would be driving to Santa Monica the next evening, and I told her it was funny cause I was indeed planning to. Then she told me that she was taking this class and she wasn't sure if her car would make it therefore needed a ride, and since I live just around the corner it only made sense. So I then told her that I was taking the very same class too! Who ever knew that she of all people would be in the exact same cake decorating class! It was all sponsored through Michael's. We carpooled over there, and Cheryl was starving so we decided to stop at Tommy Burgers, which was a slight error cause we left at 6:45pm and the class was at 7pm. We really only had time to go straight there, but we (she) decided we needed food first. After wolfing down our deliscious chili-grease burgers we raced over to SAnta Monica. We would have been alright, but it was after all, Santa Monica, and it was 9-9-9, and for some reason meant that they were having a big party on the Pier, which made parking $15, or off-limits. So that made me mad cause I hate paying for parking, but after 20 minutes of circling and not finding anything we (I) finally broke down and payed $6 at some distant lot. We were almost the last people there, arriving 15 minutes late, but one more crazy lady came after us.

Most of the class is younger girls... (I should tell Jeff and Josh about that class)... and then one or two crazy old women. Our teacher is Some funny Nigerian lady who's accent can throw you off if you don't pay attention.

The next class we had was last Wednesday. We brought all our stuff, cake included. This time there were 4 new yentas. One old crazy one who wasn't there before, and three yappy retarded girls from the Tuesday night class, and man were they LOUD. I seriously considered turning around and picking up their frosting and spilling it on the floor, then sticking my finger in each of their cakes. Luckily for them they shut up fairly quickly. The other group of yappy old ladies was at the other end of the room, and I didn't think throwing the other loud girls cakes at the far end loud women would have gone over to well; but i did consider defending myself against their retaliations, if it came to that.

If all you want to see is pictures, you must visit Cheryl's blog.

It was pretty fun. I still need plenty of practice, but I sure did get plenty of complements from our instructor as well. Things like "You sculpt icing amazingly well for such a novice." And "Wow, I've never seen anyone do such wonderful things with their cake icing before!" So just you wait to see what I can accomplish further down the road!

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Jim's Blog entry on behalf of Joe & Tiffany

This is my brother and his wife. They are looking to adopt children. If you know pregnent people who want to get rid of their kid, let them know.

You can see by Joe's versatile hair that he will be a good parent. It helps keep him young and ambitious. Just from these pictures we can see that he likes Edward from Twilight, Tom Cruise from Last Samuri, that Tad Hamilton guy from Transformers, ... weird hippie hair from the 60's, and of course The Fonz (well, a Japanese version anyway.)

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Man-Box 2.0

Its finally happened! I have a Man-Box! Was it 2 or more years ago that Josh Jeff and I originally started our first version Man-Boxes... ah, I can't remember anymore. And I'm still planning on putting the finishing touches on that Box that I started carving on, made from a rich mahogany. But something better came along many months after. I was casually browsing the internet, and for some reason I was looking through Pirate Chests. And all of a sudden, this one website showed me the coolest thing that I'd ever seen (well, almost the coolest, but it ranks pretty high!). Once I saw it, I knew that it had to be mine, and I knew that It would replace the original Man-Box.

Here is my Man-Box

Here is my Man-Box with the lid open.

Here is the top of my Man-Box

Here is the side of my Man-Box

Here is the back side of my Man-Box.

It measures 27"X15"X15". And I'm far from finished with it. I plan to make inserts for all my super cool belongings. As Cheryl has so often suggested, I will have a pull-out shelving system for all my sunglasses, and also real glasses now, as well as a small bottle of cleaning solution and a small rag for wiping down the lenses when the occasion warrants such a need. On the other side I will have a series of racks for hanging my large supply of beautiful watches! You will be able to pull each hanging Watch-carousel out and twirl it around and see the many sparkly watches that I have. I will then be able to select which watch I will accessorize with that day. The middle portion is reserved right now for an undetermined number of things which right now rest on top of my regular dresser.
I was thinking of having cool top-secret stuff like my gun and loads of bullets in there too, but then I realized that if there was a break in it would be to hard to get to, so I'm still going to leave it under my pillow for now.
In addition, the insides, although nice, won't be left unfinished. I have selected a wonderful asian style fabric from JoAnn's that I will be lining the box with. Not that I need it, but it will be more like a Treasure Chest, similar to my Man-Box 1.0 idea.
It is so cool.
I got it from Woodchests.com if you want to look further.

Monday, April 20, 2009

My Baby Dragon

This is my Baby Dragon Abraxas.
I'm not exactly sure about the name Abraxas, but its cool, and its one of the first Dragon names I found that I liked. I'm considering a few other names too, but it has to be one of the coolest names ever, cause he's one of the coolest dragons ever!

And yes, he is a dude. Don't let the thorny eyebrow/lashes throw you off. His whole species is quite deceptive. His eye lashes could bat your arm right off. And if he were to squint at you, you'd see two rows of sharp, war hardened, thorny spines point toward you, and if he were to actually strike at you in that mode... you'd be done for. And the rescue team would have trouble finding enough pieces to identify you, so be careful around him.

If you were to look close, you'd notice his powerful lashing tongue. It sparkles in the light, and its tough as nails, literally. It has to be to tolerate the intense flaming fiery breath. He could also wrap his tongue around you and squeeze you to death, even if you're wearing a shiny suit of metal armor.

Notice his beautiful copper tones on the underside. They shimmer like a bronze torchlight. Oh his fiercely hardened other scales, you can see the green scales sparkle in the light as well. But this sparkle is like the dew on morning grass as the sun rises. But don't let their beauty

Here is what he looks like from behind. And don't be mistaken, just cause you can't see his eyes, doesn't mean he can't 'see' you. His devilishly forked tongue can sense disturbances in the atmosphere, similar to a snake, as well as his concealed ear holes that provide for razor sharp hearing.

Here is a belly shot, in case you want to see what he looks like inside. This of course is after the clay is baked, and most of the foil structure is removed. I'll never get it all out.

Here is my living room work space, where my Baby Dragon was born.

Oh, don't let me forget to include parts 2 and parts 3 of Abraxas. Here is his curling mid-section as it magically leaps from the table surface and then back down again. He feels vulnerable if he is completely exposed above any surface, thats why you see him mostly hidden.

Its difficult to capture his tail on film, but I've done it! It usually sways like a fish-tail, keeping his muscular torso stable, but this time I caught him leaping in and out of the table. And as he usually does, he was swaying and twirling his tale like a whip, or like a streamer. You can see that the scales at the tale are different than that of the regular torso. They are much leaner and a bit longer, but still just as tough, and spiny, and painful if he decides to smack you with his tail. The tip is capped with a dense, bony, pointy, club; emphasized by a few veins of bone yellow at edge.

Here he is dancing in and out of the table. He is so playful.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Jim the Super Hero/ Super Villain

Have you ever what kind of Hero or Villain you'd be if you were caught up on the Comic book world? Well, me too. I did a little research, and this is what I found out:

My results:
You are Superman

Green Lantern
Iron Man
The Flash
Wonder Woman
You are mild-mannered, good,
strong and you love to help others.

Click here to take the "Which Superhero are you?" quiz...

I also realized that on the weekend I feel different than I do during the week, so I then punched in those numbers, and this is what came up:

My results:
You are Dr. Doom

Dr. Doom
Lex Luthor
The Joker
Poison Ivy
Mr. Freeze
Dark Phoenix
Green Goblin
Blessed with smarts and power but burdened by vanity.

Click here to take the "Which Super Villain am I?" quiz...

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Italian Landscapes

Let me take you on a fine walk through my new Italian Landscape. As you might notice, Spring has just sprung in this late afternoon Tuscan setting. Some of the local farmers have just planted a new crop of grapes all around the villa-style houses getting ready for the new harvest. It rained yesterday morning so the air is crisp and fresh, and full of life, a nice contrast to the warm air and sun beating down on you as you walk thru the grassy fields. You might even be able to make out some of the early red poppy flowers just coming into bloom in the distant hills. In case you can't hear them, the residents are having a party in the back yard and all the neighbors are attending. Oh I can hear Uncle Luigi playing his old accordion again. No wonder everyone feels like retiring here. Ahhh, the life!

Friday, January 30, 2009


Wow, who ever thought blogging would be so fun?! I've been signed up for about 18 months now, and I've just hit my 500th Blog entry! As a matter of fact, you're reading it right now! Congratulations. Thanks for all the support over the many previous months.
I assure you all that I have plenty more exciting stories/entries in store for you.
As a matter of fact, here's some of what I have in store:
Movie Reviews,
Essay's on Life series,
and possible more Vacation series'
just to name a few.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Our Apartment

Our Apartment:
Its been a while since I've put pictures on my blog it seems. So I wanted to make this one a special one. So, I decided to take you on a tour of our apartment, as its the first time its been Fully Clean! Its only 4 months in, but well worth it... or something.

This is the entryway. Its the scene we would see if we were to hear you knocking on our door, and IF we were answering. Just left of center is the passage that takes you to the other rooms, but on the right side you can see our stash of Coffee Table Books. Yes, we both had so many that we needed an entire bookshelf for our casual reading material. In the corner we (I) have 1 crate of magazines, 1 crate of sketchbooks, 1 shelf of travel books, and one shelf of other artistic and wonderful things.

Please notice the beautiful brown curtains, hung by the masculine curtain rods. The fluffy couch pillows were sewn by Cheryl too. Sure its the same ol' white couch but its comfy to lounge on.

Oh, look at that, more sassy curtains, and Manly curtain rods. Here you can see where I spend most of my time, in my computer chair, and you can also see my Sleek Gaming Station lit up in blue too. My computer desk separates the Dining room from the Living room. Its a lovely interstitial space, that provides a moment of relaxation between eating and sitting. No, that's not wall art behind my computer, that is our Air Conditioning unit.

Ah, the dining room. This area is pivotal to the space's coherence. The dining room is a very important room after all. Its where I eat!

Here is our Entertainment Center. Its hidden between our two indoor gardens. You can see our clever storage space below our Home Theater. Most of our (my) music, and extra stuff is hidden therein. The clever white wall is highlighted behind the entertainment center with four exquisite European Water Color paintings depicting my 4 most favorite sites in Rome.

As you may have guessed it, this is my side or the bedroom. You can see my two 'mostly' wood dressers; one pine, one fake-oak. Mmmm, you can almost smell that 'fake' wood aroma from being freshly sawn. In case I want to jam in the morning, I got my 'almost' antique Boom-Box on the tall dresser, towering over the bed, ready to rock out to any hit 80's Hair Band song. I'm king of sneaky, but you can still see a sliver of boxes and clothes hidden under the short dresser, and oh, whats that behind the tall dresser?! Oh, that would be more boxes, a suit case, and a few extra back packs and day-bags that I've secretly stashed out of Cheryl's sight. (shhhh, don't tell her they are there, otherwise she'll try to get me to 'put them away' :)

This is Cheryl's side. Sure its cleaner, but she's a girl, she's supposed to be cleaner. Do notice two of her purses right and large bag next to the night stand, ready to go at a moments notice.

Here's our Kitchen. Oh look, you can see Cheryl hard at work in the kitchen, cleaning up after one of her baking experiences. How delightful!
Now, I don't want to perpetuate any stereo types about women in the kitchen, and why they don't need to leave that room (our stove doesn't have a clock on it anyway). Its mere coincidence that She's there when I'm taking the picture. But yes, the picture was taken in the evening, and yes she is still wearing her pajamas having slept in quite late.

Then we have The Library. Its wealth of knowledge is indeed quite vast. On the south side of the Library we can learn about Botany and Herbology. On the bottom shelf of the library we can research Geneaology, Art History, The second shelf is more History. The Middle shelf is Romance, Drama, and other Girlie Stuff. The fourth shelf provides us with plenty of Girl Fiction. The top shelf is Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and more Girl Fiction. On the very top of you can study Art & Architecture, Astronomy, Painting, Drawing, Geography, Mechanics, and Fire Hydrants. You might be able to tell, this is the only shelf that 'The Librarian' can't reach, therefore, its exclusivly mine; and the only shelf I was given. Well, actually taken, cause I still think she's miffed that my stuff is there. And to the north of the library we have our Reserve section where you can find books on Government, Finance, and similarly related documents.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Jim's Movie Watching Schedule - 2009!

So I was just thinking of what kind of movies I might be interested in seeing in the upcoming future, so I put a little list together, and I've ranked them too, depending on how much I might want to see them. Check it Out!

key: 1=want to see
2=I kind of want to see
3=I'll see it if its playing at Fox (free)
4=I'll see it if I'm really bored

Jan 23:
Underworld -2
Killshot -2
Inkheart -3

Jan 30:
Taken -1

Feb 6:
He's just not that into you -3
Fanboys -3

Feb 27:
Street fighter -1

March 6:
Watchmen -1

March 13:
Race to Witch Mountain-2
The Horsemen -2

March 20:
Knowing -3

March 27:
Monsters vs. Aliens-2

April 3:
Fast & Furious-3

April 8:

April 17:
17 Again -3
Crank 2 -1

May 1:
X-men: Wolverine -1

May 8:
Star Trek -1

May 15:
Angels & Demons -2

May 22:
Terminator 4 -2
Night at the Museum 2 -1

May 29:
up -3

June 5:
Land of the Lost -1

June 12:
The Taking of Pelham 123 -2

June 26:
Transformers 2 -1

July 1:
Ice Age-2
Public Enemies-2

July 17:
Harry Potter- its about damn time!

July 31:
Funny People -2

August 7:
G.I.Joe -1

October 16:
Where the wild things are -1

Nov. 6:
Disney's Christmas Carol -2
Wolfman -1

Nov. 13:
Sherlock Holmes -2

Dec. 18:
Avatar -3

Then of course looking ahead to the future for more great shows-
The Smurfs
Harry Potter pt.1
Iron Man 2
Shrek 4
The A-Team
Toy Story
The Green Hornet
Hoodwinked 2
Alice in Wonderland
How to train your Dragon

Captain America
Harry Potter pt.2
The Hobbit pt.1
The Avengers
Cars 2
Spider-Man 4
Kung-Fu Panda 2

The Hobbit pt.2