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Apr. 17th, 2012 | 05:54 pm

Okay, yes, I haven't updated for a while, and this post is going to be just a list, nothing fancy and interesting. I just feel the need to write down the movies I want to see.

Iron Sky (already in theatres)
Actually I was supposed to go and see this today, but something came up, so change of plans.

The Hunger Games (also already in theatres)
I haven't read the books, but the trailer looked captivating.

Pirates! (also already in theatres)
I'm afraid there's only 3D version available, so perhaps I'll have to wait for the DVD.

The Avengers
There's better be a non-3D version of this coming around...

Nope, haven't seen this yet, but I must see it before The Avengers.

The Cabin in the Woods
I'd like to see this, but horror movies tend to be a bit too scary for me, so maybe I should just wait for the DVD release and watch this with lights on and volume down.

Dark Shadows
Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Danny Elfman. Here, take my money.

Men In Black III
I liked previous MIB movies, and this one has time travel! Hopefully there's going to be a non-3D version of this one too.

What I said before about horror movies goes for this one too, but I think I just have to be brave enough to go and see this in a theatre. I'm afraid our home theatre wouldn't do justice for this one. Although, there's the same 3D disclaimer here also.

The Amazing Spider-Man
Another reboot, this quickly? Still, must see it - if there's a 2D version available.

The Dark Knight Rises
I'm eager to see what Nolan has in store this time. And what Tom Hardy looks like when he's not that slim.

The Looper
I can haz a good Bruce Willis movie for a change?

The Hobbit (both parts)
Well, duh! Even the 3D doesn't stop me. I'm actually quite curious of how it turns up. 48 frames per second might do the trick.

I think I'm going to be a bit busy.

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from: amantyne
date: Apr. 19th, 2012 09:54 am (UTC)

Completely off topic, but I didn't bother to find a more appropriate post. Clever Scotsmen invented the Sonic Screwdriver for real. :)


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