1.) Transformers 3. While I will acknowledge that every movie in this franchise has gotten progressively worse, seeing these movies in the cinema with my best friend has become a tradition. And you don't mess with tradition. Or is that Texas?
2.) One Day. One word: Scotland. I'm not sure how I feel about Jane Hathaway's Scottish accent, but since I still re-watch Becoming Jane and don't seem to mind her English accent, to not see it for that reason would be highly hypocritical, right? Besides, a cute guy (I always want to call him Jude Law because he played a Jude in Across the Universe, but it is most definitely Jim Sturgess) in the male lead role. Now I really can't complain, can I?
3.) 50/50. Unlike the other two aforementioned movies, I'm not sure this has gotten any buzz. However, thanks to my
4.) The Art of Getting By. I've probably watched this trailer more times than I care to admit, and thus am a little put off by it. That said, I'm less inclined to take a trip to the theater and would much rather enjoy it on DVD. I'm not trying to say it will be terrible, I just think my money could be better spent.
5.) Beginners. If we can forget about Aaron Carter, Ewan McGregor was my first celebrity crush. (Obi-Wan Kenobi, ftw!) I think this movie looks well-made, has beautiful cinematography, and contains a sentimental story. In other words, it's not another Adam Sandler movie or any other unoriginal Hollywood "summer movie."
6.) Drive. I stumbled across the trailer for this and decided it would probably be a good thriller. Ryan Gosling probably gives a believable performance and yeah. I don't have any other preconceived notions. Really, I don't.
7.) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two. Oh my god; I originally forgot to include this until Strawberry mentioned it! Probably because in my mind it's not just a movie, it is an international event. Anyone who has been reading my blog for a while knows I'm not a huge fan, but I appreciate the well-deserved craze surrounding these brilliant books and movies. On top of that, my friends will undoubtedly ask me to go and I'd be crazy to say no.
I'm curious, what movies do you want to see?