What movies are you looking forward to seeing? So far for me its...

H2-(Rob Zombie's Halloween 2) Laurie Strode (Taylor-Compton) struggles to come to terms with her brother Michael's deadly return to Haddonfield, Illinois; meanwhile, Michael prepares for another reunion with his sister. Rob Zombie can do no wrong in my eyes.

Inglorious Basterds-(Quentin Tarantino) An American-led killing squad known as "The Basterds" terrorize the Nazis in German-occupied France during World War II. Guaranteed to be good especialy if Quentin isn't "acting" in it.

9-When 9 (voice of Elijah Wood) first comes to life, he finds himself in a post-apocalyptic world where all humans are gone. Upon discovering a community of other beings like him, 9 takes the lead in an effort to strike back at the machines that control the world and are bent on exterminating most signs of life. It just looks cool!

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs-Animation based on the childrens story. Give me a break! I loved it as a kid and I read it to my kid.

Where the Wild Things Are-Live action based on the childrens story. See a trend here yet?

The Wolf Man-Universals resuscitated Wolf Man. WITHOUT A DOUBT THE MOVIE I AM MOST ANXIOUS TO SEE this year!

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I'm all about Public Enemies. So psyched for this one. A couple of the manliest actors in Hollywood, fedoras, trenchcoats, and tommy guns - awesome.
I second your anticipation of Public Enemies! Harry Potter is also high on my list of must-see movies. Though his father died when he was a baby, Harry Potter has several strong male role models in his life, which definitely make him a better man!
Wow, that's an interesting take on films like Castaway. I will watch it.
Inglorious Basterds (release date 21 August 2009), saw the trailer for this when I watched "The Hangover", looking forward to it as I have been a fan Tarantino films.
The :Book of Eli" is the movie I've been chomping at the bit to watch. I've been following the production for about, oh, almost two years now. It was supposed to come out this summer, but was delayed for many reasons. I just hope it doesn't disappoint me like "Terminator: Salvation."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x59mazcpUdY
Spencer and I just got done watching Inglorious Basterds and it was outstanding, I love QT films and this one did not disappoint me !!!!!!!!!! I was so high on QT films I came home and watched Grindhouse: Death Proof as a nightcap !!!!!!!!!

We saw the previews for The Wolf Man and yes I too am very anxious to see this movie when it breaks.
I'm waiting for Invictus to come out. Looks great
Well from the initial list up there I say:

Rob Zombie's "H2" was awful.
Inglorius Basterds was kinda "meh".
"9" was "It just looks cool" as predicted. The story was "meh"
Cloudy With A Chance OF Meatballs was cool
Where the Wild Things Are was nice but a little bit too understated, the parts with Max in reality were mostlythe best parts.


Now bring on the Wolfman.
I heard they're making Roald Dahls book "Fantastic Mr. Fox". I loved that book as a kid. I also hear that a brand new 3 Stooges movie is coming soon with some big actors playing the stooges.
Plus Olivia Wilde, rawrrr. Can't go wrong.

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