Yes, yes, The Dark Knight Rises might have had some problems (the sound mixing on Bane's voice being one of them) but still, it was not that bad! In fact, I think it feel very much into the mouth of the expectations monster and while it might not have been as good as The Dark Knight, when standing alone it was a damn fine film. I attribute none of these opinions to the fact that I have been incessantly listening to the score this week. Duh, danh, dunh, dunh, DUNH!
DVD/Blu-Ray: December 4th
|1. The Dark Knight Rises|
"There's a storm coming, Mr. Wayne" says sexy Anne Hathaway Selina, I mean, Catwoman, I mean, Selina.
|2. The Odd Life of Timothy Green|
Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton can't have a baby, but don't fear, they can grow one in their garden. It's time for the holidays when we all get sappy and in in the mood for some sticky fun. I might suggest actually watching a good movie for that, but at least this one is original.
|3. Hope Springs|
I'm starting to make the list of movies I will watch with my mom over the holidays, and this will be on it. Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones are a couple who attend intense counseling to help save their relationship. In the vein of It's Complicated and As Good As it Gets, this could be an unexpected charmer to be enjoyed by all.
|4. Beasts of the Southern Wild|
This film took the independent market by storm this year and has been called by some, one of the best movies of the year. The film follows the story of a young girl whose wild imagination becomes helps her deal with some real world extremely hard problems.
|5. The Dark Knight Trilogy|
With the release of the final film in the franchise also comes the Blu-ray release of the The Dark Knight trilogy. If you haven't watched them all together yet, I highly recommend spending some time with one of best and well executed comic book series to date.
|6. Finding Nemo|
If you are one of the lucky few to own a pair of those nifty 3-D glasses then you can enjoy the re-release of Finding Nemo in more than two dimensions. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming.
|7. Eastbound & Down|
What could be more ridiculous than Kenny Powers as a baseball player? Kenny Powers as a daddy. Will Ferrell also guest stars as one of the most outrageous characters to grace a television screen and that is compared to Kenny Powers. Tie up the laces and put your laughing shoes on.