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  1. TopGun2001

    TopGun2001 Jedi Youngling star 2

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    This is from my Tuesday prof, who's also the VP of distribution for Cineplex. We used to get these lists quarterly when I worked at the York. I thought ya'll might want to take a look at what's coming out (and when) for the next several months... these dates are for Toronto theatres only.

    All information is correct as of Sept. 21st 2001

    OCT 12:
    The Last Castle (Robert Redford, James Gandolfini)
    Bandits (Bruce Willis, Cate Blanchett)
    Corky Romano (Chris Kattan)
    Bloody Angels
    Lucky Break
    Liam (Ian Hart in Stephen Frears film)
    Iron Monkey
    Vengo

    OCT 19:
    Riding In Cars With Boys (Drew Barrymore, Steve Zahn)
    From Hell (Johnny Depp)
    Novocaine (Steve Martin, Helena Bonham Carter)
    On The Line (Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Dave Foley)
    Waking Life (animated art film)
    The Heist (Gene Hackman, Danny deVito)
    The Last Wedding
    On The Nose
    A Taste Of Others (Anne Alvaro)

    OCT 26:
    13 Ghosts (Matthew Lillard)
    K-PAX (Kevin Spacey, Jeff Bridges)
    Life As A House (Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott-Thomas)
    My First Mister
    Bones (Snoop Dogg, Pam Grier)
    Mulholland Drive (David Lynch)
    The Hole (Thora Burch)

    NOV 02:
    The One (Jet Li)
    Monsters Inc (Computer animated from Pixar)
    Storytelling (Todd Solondz film)
    Domestic Disturbance (John Travolta, Vince Vaughn)
    Bread And Tulips (Bruno Ganz)

    NOV 09:
    Shallow Hal (Jack Black, Gwyneth Paltrow)
    Windtalker (Nicolas Cage in John Woo film)
    The Man Who Wasn't There (Billy Bob Thornton in Coen Bros. film)
    Amelie (Jean Pierre Jeunet)
    Focus
    Fat Girl

    NOV 16:
    Harry Potter & The Philosopher's Stone
    The New Guy (Lyle Lovett, Eddie Griffin)
    Tape (Ethan Hawke in Richard Linklater film)
    Century Hotel

    NOV 21 (Wednesday):
    The Spy Game (Robert Redford)
    Black Knight (Martin Lawrence)

    NOV 30:
    Super Troopers (Cop comedy)
    Affair Of The Necklace (Hilary Swank)
    Texas Rangers (James VanDerBeek)
    The Wash (Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem)
    La Cienaga

    DEC 07:
    Ali (Will Smith as Ali)
    Ocean's Eleven (Pitt, Roberts, Clooney, Soderbergh)

    DEC 14:
    Not Another Teen Movie
    Vanilla Sky (Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz)

    *** DEC 19 (Wednesday):
    *** The Lord Of The Rings

    DEC 21:
    The Majestic (Jim Carrey in Frank Darabont film)
    Gangs Of New York (Leo DiCaprio in Scorsese film)
    Joe Somebody (Tim Allen)
    Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Animated)

    DEC 25:
    The Shipping News (Kevin Spacey, Judi Dench, Julianne Moore)
    A Beautiful Mind (Russell Crowe, Ed Harris)
    Bad Company (Chris Rock, Anthony Hopkins)

    DEC 26:
    How High (Method Man, Redman)
    Monster's Ball (Billy Bob Thornton, Heath Ledger)

    JAN 04:
    Zu Warriors (Sammo Hung)
    The Accidental Spy (Jackie Chan)

    JAN 11:
    Orange Sky
    Frailty (Bill Paxton, Matthew McConaughy)
    Brotherhood Of The Wolf
    The Road To Perdition (Tom Hanks)
    I Am Sam (Michelle Pfeiffer, Sean Penn)

    JAN 18:
    All About The Benjamins (Ice Cube, Mike Epps)
    Slackers (Devon Sawa)
    Behind Enemy Lines (Gene Hackman)

    Jan 25:
    40 Days & 40 Nights (Josh Hartnett)

    FEB 01:
    Italian For Beginners (Danish film)
    The Panic Room
    The Count Of Monte Cristo (Jim Caviezel, Guy Pearce, Richard Harris)

    FEB 08:
    Kate & Leopold (Meg Ryan, Hugh Jackman)
    Rollerball (Chris Klein, Jean Reno, LL Cool J)
    The Time Machine (Guy Pearce)

    FEB 15:
    John Q (Denzel Washington, Robert Duvall)
    Italian For Beginners (Danish film)
    The Son's Room

    FEB 22:
    Mothman Prophecies

    MAR 01:
    Blackhawk Down (John Hartnett in Somalia)
    Birthday Girl (Nicole Kidman, Ben Chaplin)

    MAR 08:
    Men With Brooms (Paul Gross curling comedy)
    Lone Star State Of Mind

    MAR 15:
    Ice Age (animated)
    How To Survive A Hotel Room Fire (Steven Soderbergh film)

    MAR 22:
    Sweetest Thing


    ~ theatreMike ~

     
  2. Adam-the-Indifferent

    Adam-the-Indifferent Jedi Padawan star 4

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    hmm... my interests:

    Oct. 19 - From Hell

    (maybe a movie night on the Friday and Ken's on Saturday? Thoughts?)

    Oct. 26 - K-Pax - I saw a commercial, seems decent.
    - Life as a House - Co-stars Darth Vader and seems like it could be good film.

    Nov. 2 - Monsters Inc. (Movie night w/ LOTR at Casa Loma)

    Nov 16 - Harry Potter
    Nov 21 - Black Knight - Not really interested in, but my bet the Episode II trailer will be attached to it (it's a Fox release and near thanksgiving)

    Dec 07 - Ali
    Dec 19 - hmm...I wonder?

    ** If I watch any other movie but LOTR until Episode II**

    Dec 21 The Majestic
    Gangs Of New York

    Feb 08 - The Time Machine

    Mar 01 - Blackhawk Down (Ridley Scott)
     
  3. TopGun2001

    TopGun2001 Jedi Youngling star 2

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    Did you (or anyone, for that matter) manage to catch From Hell this past weekend, Adam? I've read incredibly mixed reviews everywhere, but haven't been wholeheartedly convinced to spend time on it yet... (and my time is even more scarce than money lately, sadly :_( )

    -mike-
     
  4. Adam-the-Indifferent

    Adam-the-Indifferent Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Nope, I didn't get a chance. I think I will have to wait until its released on DVD to see it. I don't have the time and $12.50 to see it.

    With the cost of movies being so high I am becoming more selective in what I will see in theatres or what I'll wait for and rent when released on DVD.

    Also, almost all of my spending money has been going toward DVDs and the upcoming launch of Gamecube.

    Bad thing about that, most of my spending money, which was suppose to last 8 months, will be gone by December.

    At least I will have more than enough things to occupy with my time with.

    If you see it, let me know what you think.

     
  5. TheGrandePoobah

    TheGrandePoobah Jedi Padawan star 4

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    I saw it on Friday night. It wasn't bad. Not great either I guess. All in all I enjoyed it.

    Worth seeing: sure.
    In a theater: If you're a big Depp fan, or have the cash to blow, yeah...
    Will you miss much by waiting for DVD: Not really.
     
  6. TragicLad

    TragicLad Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Or do yourself a favour and pick up the [link=http://www.salon.com/books/feature/1999/10/26/moore/]graphic novel[/link].
     
  7. TopGun2001

    TopGun2001 Jedi Youngling star 2

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    "EGGHEAD LIKES HIS BOOKY BOOK!!!" :D
     
  8. Woofer

    Woofer Jedi Padawan star 4

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    It looks Official btw. Teaser Trailer to be attached to Monsters Inc.

    [link=http://www.theforce.net/episode2/index.html#12787]Info Here[/link]
     
  9. Kenobi2

    Kenobi2 Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Ah but the graphic novel was painful!

    the Art (if I can even call it that) was ridiculous!

    Even the story itself was, at the beginning, lost and confused. It does pick up in the later half, but you have to get through that first part.

    The movie, was a culling of the best of that book, they did the combining of a few characters and added the psychic but to Depp's part (but thankfully it's not the major plot device it seems to be in the trailer)

    I enjoyed the movie, though I didn't love it.
     
  10. THEREALSHMII

    THEREALSHMII Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Crack* sqlup, plop. That would be the sound of Tragic's heart breaking. He enjoyed the graphic novel of From Hell. However, it's not for everyones taste.

    Anyway, Has anyone seen Life As A House? I saw the first commercial for it yesterday. It looked good. Anyone gone and seen it and willing to give a word-of-mouth review?
     
  11. Adam-the-Indifferent

    Adam-the-Indifferent Jedi Padawan star 4

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    I think it was received well at the Toronto Film Festival, reviews should start appearing soon, if they haven't already.

     
  12. Han_YoungJediNiagara

    Han_YoungJediNiagara Jedi Youngling star 3

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    I heard that Life as a House begins with Hayden stoned inside a closet engaged in auto-erotic asphyxiation.
    Weird, eh?
     
  13. Cristalia

    Cristalia Jedi Youngling star 3

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    Yup, that's accurate. By the by, for any Hayden-watchers here, there was an article in the Globe and Mail today making reference to him (about Life as a House).

    Cris~
     
  14. TopGun2001

    TopGun2001 Jedi Youngling star 2

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    From Hell (the movie) = boring boring BORING. No shocking plot-twists, no dramatic buildup, no intrigue to keep people interested beyond the halfway point when the underlying conspiracy is hinted-at. The art-direction was too meaninglessly dark & muddy, and Depp's character was lifeless & uninteresting, without enough true passion in either the case or his own existence to warrant a good deal of sympathy.

    Thirteen Ghosts - incredible art-direction & design for both the house & ghosts, but a dull lifeless mess in both script & casting. The original 1960 classic was renowned at the time for its gimmicky "Illusion-O" magic viewing glasses that allowed theatregoers the choice of either seeing or blocking-out the ghosts... with today's technology, I don't know why they didn't attempt a similar gimmick at select screenings in certain major cities, as only a cool gimmick like Illusion-O could possibly save this from the Golden Raspberry awards.

    Mulholland Drive - brilliant in every possible way, including the tastefully-shot girl-on-girl action that'll hopefully be expanded-upon in the spec.edition dvd. :D Lynch is back in top-form, although the bizarre final half seemed a little too much like Lynch trying to out-Lynch himself in the weirdness department... ("they loved the Twin Peaks finale, so I guess I'll throw some weird time-twisty stuff in HERE as well!")

    -m-
     
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