Not really a film but I've been watching the special 150th episode of The Family Guy titled Brain & Stewie over & over again trying to understand it. It's probably one of the finest pieces of cartoon comedy I've seen. Very well written. Serious issues come up including suicide & what love means to some grossed out humor like eating dog feces & vomit. The entire episode is basically Stewie & Brain locked in a Bank vault over the course of 3 days exchanging dialogue.
Carl Dreyer's superb Ordet. It occupies the top spot and the Arts and Faith list of 100 spiritually significant films--and for good reason. BTW, the list is comprised of great films that even appeal to an old atheist like me.
Dying to see Inception !
Saw The Crazies last night starring Timothy Olyphant. Good movie, tons of action - kind of like Outbreak meets zombies I guess. Timothy Olyphant was 'Hitman' in the movie and he was bald in it- so I did spend an awful lot of time looking at his hair in this movie. He actually looks better bald.
Saw Clash Of The Titans last night. A great movie but really, they could have chosen a better actor for the main character of Perseus. I couldn't get past thinking about soccer and soccer fans when watching Perseus in this movie.
Ramona and Beezus, with my 2 daughters...I read all the Beverly Cleary books as a kid and the movie is really a compliation of the books' greatest hits...it wasn't a classic but it was very cute and I got some laughs out of it.
Robin Hood 2010. I've no idea how I got to the end of this, it was one of the most boring films I've sat through in ages, not a patch on the Kevin Costner or Robin Hood films from years ago. The acting from Cate Blanchett was so wooden, I thought she had strings attached and someone was operating her
Just finished watching again for who knows how many times. One of my favorites since I was a kid. The best disaster movie of the "disaster movie boom" of the time. A cast of real actors & actresses, unlike the trash of today.