- I started watching Luther and it is fantastic. At first I thought it will be just a show about a cop solving crimes but there was a lovely surprise - Ruth Wilson, who played Jane Eyre in BBC's version of the novel, plays Alice Morgan, charming psychopath who is playing the game of cat and mouse with the main character. And the chemistry between her and Idris Elba is just explosive. I'm gonna write more about the show in tomorrow's Saturday TV Special.
- I caught Sean Penn's The Pledge on TV this week and it was pretty good. The cast was incredibly impressive - Jack Nicholson, Aaron Eckhart, Helen Mirren, Patricia Clarkson, Benicio Del Toro, Robin Wright and Mickey Rourke. The thing that made the movie unforgettable for me was truly horrific and very realistic ending.
- Here's a little bit of Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace being adorable:
- I'm halfway through the 2nd season of The Wire and it is great, though I like it a little bit less than s1. There are some great scenes and I was quite shocked when one character died.
I blacked out for several minutes.
- I saw The Raven and Salmon Fishing in Yemen. Both were all right, but nothing special. First one had some really great moments of gore and you don't see this often in movies anymore and the latter was quite charming and Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor had great chemistry.
- I finally got my PC to work so now I need to get used to my old monitor and keyboard which is odd. But the good news I have tons of stuff here so Screaming Sunday will make reappearance soon.
- Check out Charlize Theron being hilarious again.
- New still from Brian De Palma's Passion appeared online and I cannot believe how spoilerish it is. I'm so glad I already saw Love Crime.
- First picture of Naomi Watts as Princess Diana appeared online too and she looks pretty amazing, though I still think she is too beautiful for this part. I hear Oscar bells.
- There is also the first poster for Oz: The Great and Powerful and I really dislike it. It looks like a bad combo between Alice in Wonderland and Lord of the Rings.
- m.brown and Stevee review Shame
- Diana reviews Atonement
- asrap virtuoso writes about The History of Batman on Screen
- Sofia writes about lovely and not often talked about romantic comedy One Fine Day
- Jaina, Scott and Jack review Killer Joe, the movie I can't wait to see.
- Ruth writes about impressive ending credits of Captain America which I consider to be better than the movie itself.
- Pete ranks 2012 movie releases he has seen so far.
- Chip reviews Another Earth which hopefully I'll finally get to see this month.
- Alex lists performances that may have a shot in Oscar race this year
- Check out Lesya's awesome Paris in Genres
- Steven reviews Christopher Nolan's Following which I may see soon.
...and everyone should check out fantastic trailer
for Alex Withrow's Earrings.