Thursday, August 25, 2011

Fall Movies

Back in May, I did a post of movies I wanted to see this summer. Mostly for my own reference, but also because I blog about things I like and I like movies.

Movies I said I wanted to see: Water for Elephants, The Hangover Pt. 2, X-Men: First Class, The Art of Getting By, Bad Teacher, Monte Carlo, HP DH Pt.2, Crazy Stupid Love, One Day. 

What I actually saw (from memory, I didn't keep track.):
Water for Elephants, The Hangover, Bridesmaids, X-Men, Green Lantern, Super 8, HP DH Pt. 2 (twice), Horrible Bosses, One Day.

I still want to see: The Art of Getting By, Bad Teacher, Monte Carlo, Crazy Stupid Love, The Help, Friends With Benefits, The Change Up. Some of those are still in theatres and some aren't.


And now, movies I want to see this fall:
If you click on them it will take you to a trailer.

50/50 - Sept. 30
Seth Rogen's friend got cancer and survived, so Rogen got his friend to write a movie about it. Rogan stars as a version of himself and Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the friend. Also starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Anna Kenrick. And it's a comedy.
What's Your Number? - Sept. 30
Anna Faris hears that after a woman's slept with 20 guys she can never find love so she gets Chris Evans to help her find all her exes to see if one of them is "the one."
My Week With Marilyn - Nov. 4
No trailer. Michelle Williams is Marilyn Monroe, getting escorted around Britain for a week during the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl. Also starring Kenneth Brannagh and Emma Watson.
Melancholia - Nov. 11
Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsburg are sisters and a planet is about to collide with Earth.
The Muppets - Nov. 23
'Nuf said.
New Years' Eve - Dec. 9
It's like Valentines' Day, only New Years'.

What movies do you want to see this fall?

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