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Here's your chance to sound off on Hollywood's Christmas movie bonanza which featured six major releases, including the resurgence of Tom Cruise and two Steven Spielberg movies. What did you see? What did you like (or dislike)? Sound off in our polls...
I feel like I should say "Ho Ho Ho" or something to start out this post, but we have a lot of movies to get to -- and you have a lot of presents to wrap still -- so why don't we say "Yay Christmas! And Hanukkah!" and just get right down to business ...
So here we are, the final month of the 2011 movie year. This month brings a mix of blockbuster comedies, sequels and awards season contenders. Let's take a look at what's arriving in theaters and vote on which movie is your most anticipated!
There's been a ton of awards chatter this month as festivals like Venice, Telluride and Toronto officially launch this year's awards season, highlighting a number of potential nominees throughout their lineups. One film that's missing from all of these fests, however, is perhaps the one that's favored to win it all: Steven Spielberg's War Horse.Check out the first poster along with the trailer.
It feels almost greedy that we're getting two doses of Spielberg this Christmas. The first is The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, which we've already seen various US and International trailers for. Marketing for his second film, however, has proven a bit more elusive. But all of that changed this morning with the release of the first official trailer for War Horse.
I started this post off as a "The Five," with intentions of predicting what the five most anticipated films of 2011 were. But then I thought, um, no. It's not about that. It's more about which films I'm personally looking forward to -- and which ones you're personally looking forward to -- then some imaginary list based off very early buzz. So that's what we're doing today.
Though Harrison Ford has been off playing a cowboy who fights aliens, and Steven Spielberg has been busy planning his next film War Horse, that's not stopping these guys from...
Though one would expect a director like Steven Spielberg to churn out films that only star high-caliber, A-list talent, the iconic filmmaker has decided to take a couple steps sideways for his next directorial effort, War Horse, as he’s not only put together a cast full of British talent, but he’s also chosen an unknown actor as his lead...
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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