David Poland's Fall Movie Preview

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  1. Scott Weinberg

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    The rest of the year looks seriously rich. [​IMG]
     
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    To me, there's Gangs of New York, and then there's everything else. [​IMG]
    Excellent article
     
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    Hmmm, I think there are more movies coming out this fall that I want to see than the last two summers combined.

    Not that I haven't enjoyed alot of the summer movie's the past two years, but I'm more of a "wait for the dvd" type guy these days, than a "let's go to the movies" type of guy. But this fall I can see about 6 movies I'm going to be making the trip for. Cool!
     
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    Thanks for the link Scott. Lots of good stuff in there.
     
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    For me there's Lord of the Rings, and then there's everything else. But what a hell of a lot of 'everything else' there is.
    I'm highly anticipating:
    Adaptation - Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman 2nd colaboration.
    Punch-Drunk Love - P.T. Anderson
    About Schmidt - Alexander (Election) Payne's latest.
    Catch Me if you Can - Spielberg does the Frank Abagnale story.
    Confessions of a Dangerous Mind - George Clooney directs a Charlie Kaufman script.
    Harry Potter 2 - Obvious.
    Femme Fatale - Brian De Palma has missed the mark on his last few, but I'm always interested.
    Red Dragon - Also Obvious.
    The Rules of Attraction - Roger Avary adapts a Bret Easton Ellis novel.
    Swept Away - Guy Ritchie's latest, may be crap, but I'm there.
    The Ring - American adaptation to the brilliant Japanese horror film.
    The Truth About Charlie - Jonathon Demme's version of Charade.
    Frida - Julie (Titus) Taymor directs Salma Hayek.
    I've already seen two of these at the Seattle Film Festival. The Grey Zone is a very powerful Holocaust film directed by Tim Blake Nelson. And the film that Kathyrn Bigelow did before K-19, Weight of Water, I thought it was pretty crappy, read my (over a year old) review.
     

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