Movie Titles Look Better in November

| 11/2/2010 3:04:28 PM

Tags: 127 Hours, Fair Game, Unstoppable, Morning Glory, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The Next Three Days, Tangled, Burlesque, Love and Other Drugs, The King’s Speech, Black Swan, The Legend of Pale Male,


Jean TellerWhile I’m still pondering what happened to the fall season on my television, let’s talk movies again. I also have a few books I’ll bring to the table sometime in the near future. Stay tuned. 

October was a fairly quiet movie month for me – although that might not be saying much, as most of my months are quiet on the movie front. I rented The Blind Side and enjoyed it immensely, and I also rented a 1979 film, Time After Time, which I enjoyed (H.G. Wells, Jack the Ripper and a time machine, plus special effects that show their age). In the theater, I did see RED – lots of explosions and gunfire, with more than a few good one-liners to keep my interest. It’s based on a graphic novel, so very little in the way of plot or character development.

With the price of movies these days, even the matinees, I’m waiting on several of those that appeared in October to appear on DVD.

So on to November.

 127 Hours stars James Franco as a mountain climber who has to go to the extreme to return home. 

2/12/2011 1:31:06 AM

127 hours is a good one flick.

Nebraska Dave
11/28/2010 9:08:13 PM

@Jean, The Thanksgiving break gave opportunity to visit the local theatre with my grandson, Bradley. We went to see Tangled which was OK but nothing outstanding special in my opinion. We revisited Toy Story 3 at the local discount theatre. He seemed to like that one much better. Of course I expect he will talk grandpa into going to see Megamind. The trailers for coming movies looks much better this year than the last few years around the holidays. Of course Narnia and Tron will most likely be on the list. I can't believe the year is closing down on Christmas. The year has definitely sped by fast. Have a great day.

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