Sunday, December 28, 2008

What Looks Good: January Theatrical Releases

I miss this feature on the blog, if only because it gives me something to refer to when I'm trying to remember what's coming out when.

January 16


I'm really not in the mood for a depressing movie and I feel like the odds are about 50-50 on this one ending like I'd like it to, but I'm a Craigaholic right now.

Chandni Chowk to China

I've been wanting to check out a Bollywood movie. This looks like a fun one to try.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Just enough Die Hard parody to make me want to see it. And Kevin James is funny.

January 23


Please let this be good. Please let this be good. Please let this be good.

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

I can't be the only person enjoying the Underworld movies, right? I mean, they keep making them, so someone else must like them too.

January 30

The Uninvited

Like I said back here, "Violet from Lemony Snicket vs. Hand that Rocks the Cradle and some creepy imagery about black goo. I don't know why that works so well for me, but there you have it."


Yes! I just watched Love Actually a couple of days ago and it made me realize how much I want to see a new Liam Neeson movie. Even if it looks sort of similar to Frantic, I liked Frantic and I'm all for Qui-Gon taking his turn as a family-man hunting kidnappers in Paris.

New in Town

Renée Zellweger's cute and funny and all, but it's the Minnesota setting, Harry Connick Jr, and especially JK Simmons that ultimately sell me.

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