Discussion in 'Community' started by Coruscant, Oct 1, 2012.
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Gonna say that "Holy Motors" has snuck up on me as the thing I'm most interested to see.
Why should they even bother with releasing anything but Hobbit?
This was really tricky. It's between The Hobbit and Les Mis... but the parts of The Hobbit I'm most excited about probably won't be in this film. Though I am really, really excited about it, I think I still have to go with Les Mis. I mean, I've read The Hobbit once and I adore the LotR films, but I know every word of Les Mis and I've seen it a dozen times.
I'm excited about stories I haven't seen a dozen times.
Hobbit, closely trailed by Les Mis.
NOT IN A MOVIE
The Hobbit (Part 1)
I voted for The Hobbit because I'm not sure if the promo tour for Breaking Dawn would count.
Oh, definitely this one. Not a history major but a definite history buff.
'Sorta' new...? I am honestly more excited at the prospect of seeing completely restored hi res prints of FRANKENSTEIN & BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN in a cinema on the 24th more than anything else coming out, and I am relatively stoked for a few of the films mentioned in here.
Most looking forward to Fried Green Tomatoes 2.
I've been informed by Mrs. Inty, now that she knows Hugh Jackman is playing Jean Valjean, that I should probably be looking forward to Les Mis the most.
So, for now, we'll leave it at a tie between that at my original answer of Wreck-it Ralph.
Yeah, we all know how long that's gonna last.
I voted for "Skyfall". I might go see "The Hobbit", but I'm not really excited over it.
Actually, running neck-and-neck with "Skyfall" is the simulcast Rifftrax Live presentation of "Birdemic". That movie looks awful; perfect riff fodder.
One more I'm looking forward to: I just found out that a nearby theater (the Brook Arts Center in Bound Brook, NJ) will be showing the original silent version of "Nosferatu" on Oct. 26th, the day after the "Birdemic" showing. And it'll have live organ accompaniment.
Now, if only Rutgers would show "Creature from the Black Lagoon" in 3-D again this year for Halloween...
The Hobbit for sure even though the prospect of three bloated movies kind of scares me
So cannot wait to see "The Hobbit"!
Probably Django Unchained. Cloud Atlas is up there, that has the look of a movie that will either be the best movie of the year, or a complete mess.
Skyfall, followed closely by The Hobbit.
Being a huge LOTR fan, I am looking forward to seeing The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey. Stargate SG-1's Christopher Judge is in it, so that should really be something to see.
Other: A Liar's Autobiography - The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman
Sorry Django Unchained, not even the prospect of Leo and Tarantino working together can stand up to my love of all things Python.
:Hobbit, Skyfall, and Cloud Atlas..
It's been a long wait for The Hobbit.
James Bond? Over the course of half a century, there have been about two good Bond movies, so please keep those expectations in check.
Cloud Atlas? I've read the book several times. The trailers make it fairly obvious that the film is going to be a train wreck. The number one problem is poor Tom Hanks. He's hopelessly miscast in this thing. Maybe it will be fun to see from the perspective of watching a John Carter-level box office disaster in the making.