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Dark Movies Will Always Be The New Black

Considering how Forgetting Sarah Marshall is being advertised from everywhere from the television to the bus stops to the radio, i will not watch it. However, i will watch these upcoming films. See what you think.

Pathology (April 18)


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This is freaking great. You don't see movies like these anymore. People either want to see action, comedy, or romance films. This movie is in theaters now but it's very limited so if you don't want to drive at least 30 minutes out of your way, you're going to have to wait till it comes out on dvd. I'm really surprised they didn't advertise it more seeing how Milo Ventimiglia is deemed a fairly big star, thanks to the success of Heroes. And it's weird to see Alyssa Milano actually on the big screen, i think she's alrighhhtt.... This film looks like its going to be extremely twisted and fun.


Deception (April 25)


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I thought this film would be too good to be true, only because they have Ewan McGregor, Hugh Jackman, and Michelle Williams in it. Even though it looks interesting, it seems like a combination of an array of mystery movies we've all seen before. Even the poster reminds me of the poster of Double Jeopardy. I doubt the film will gross to the top 5 of the movie charts with Baby Mama and Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay coming out that week.

All i gotta say, is that i really miss these dark films. We really do need more of them...

1 critiques :

Michelle Stukas at: April 28, 2008 at 6:08 PM said...

I saw Pathology at a screening a few months back and it was kind of shitty, although mildly entertaining. You're better off seeing Forgetting Sarah Marshall which was hilarious and awesome(it's Apatow, come on!). I do agree that Deception looks pretty cool but it got terrible reviews so I don't know.

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