The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
We know this won’t be the last we hear of The Hobbit as there will have to be the release of the extended edition and then there are box sets to consider, but we are getting closer to the end of our association with Middle Earth and it actually reminds me, what is Peter Jackson going to do now?
It’s amazing to think that about a year ago we all thought this one had the best chance at winning Best Picture and now here we are, a year later and no one could really care less.
Into the Woods
I really disliked this movie, but Mike, our resident lover of musicals, loved it. It’s a story that cares nothing for its characters and feels like two movies smushed together to form a Frankenstein of a musical, and wow, the songs, I’m not sure I need to ever hear the word “woods” sung to me ever again.
Never saw it, don’t plan on it, but last night my wife was watching Bride Wars and it made me think of two things, 1.) Remember when Anne Hathaway won an Oscar? and 2.) Remember Anne Hathaway?
The Thin Blue Line (Criterion Collection)
While I have never seen Errol Morris‘ The Thin Blue Line, I know of it and it’s interesting it would come out so close to the release of HBO’s “The Jinx”. Why? Here’s Criterion’s description:
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