OK well I’ll talk some crap about the some films this year that are intended to be big hitters at the cinema.
Starting off is:
The Wolfman (12/02/10)
A remake of the classic original Werewolf story. I liked the trailer however for some reason it doesn’t interest me that much, but I wouldn’t seeing it if I had time (and an orange wednesday ticket).
The Last Airbender (13/08/10)
M. Night Shyamalan.
Ok Well i don’t know much about this, but it’s based on a popular anime show “Avatar: The Last Airbender” British favourite Dev Petal is back on our screens in a higher budget film, but probably less serious than his depiction of an Indian Slumdog. However apart from the fancy teaser and the impressive actor, I can’t help but think how bad Shyamalan’s films have been since 6th Sense. They have all gotten progressively worse, but will that end with his previous and excruciatingly boring “The Happening” I’m either going to be pleasantly surprised, or wanting shoot myself…
The Green Hornet (22/12/10)
A late comer in the year, but still a very much anticipated film. Ever noticed that Seth Rogen had been slimming down drastically over the films… Well this is why, so he can play a bit more of a serious role as Superhero The Green Hornet. And if Seth Rogen doesn’t entice you, Austrian star-turned legend Christoph Waltz (Inglorious Basterds) makes a return to the english speaking cinema for the second time in this film.
Alice In Wonderland (05/03/10)
“Tim burton with Johnny Depp, and, oh, what’s that?
thats right you guessed it… Helena Bonham Carter, what are the odds…”
I have to be honest, there lil gangbang threesome pisess me off… Johnny Depp is fucked up, Tim Burton is twice as fucked up, and well Helena plays the same fucked up mental character she always does. Either way, unbiasedly the film does look good and Tim Burton brings his usual gothic with saturated contrast of dark and vibrant colours.
Twilight Saga: Eclipse (30/06/10)
Yeah, this comes back with an enticing plot full of “werewolf V vampire V volturi” war. Also with a few cast touch ups, we see the M Night Shyamalans favourite B-list star Bryce Howard taking over the role of Victoria.
Clash Of The Titans (26/03/10)
Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson in more badass roles in the remake of Clash Of Titans. This is creating some hype and I can not wait to see it.
Tron Legacy (17/12/10 – expected to be postponed)
Disneys’ Tron Legacy set to be the next 3D epic following Avatar. it follows ‘Flynn’ on his journey to uncover the secrets behind his fathers death within the computer gaming programme. Which looks really good!
Harry Potter And the Deathly Hallows. pt 1
Warner decided to make this book into two films so that every detail can be used, yay!… what a load of fucking BULLSHIT they’re milking it like a cow on cocaine! I’m not the biggest fan of harry potter, but i will be watching it.
Other films: Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island, Prince of Persia: Sands Of Time, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of Dawn Treader