Here's what I'm looking forward to (or at least mildly curious about) next month.
Julie and Julia: I love Amy Adams. And Meryl Streep looks like a hoot as Julia Childs. But mostly, I love Amy Adams.
Shorts: I liked the Spy Kids movies, so I'm hoping that I'll find something to enjoy in this too. The crocodile, if nothing else.
A Perfect Getaway: This could go a couple of different ways: cool, island thriller or lame, stalker horror flick. Either one's going to have Milla Jovovich doing a little butt kicking in the tropics though, so yeah, I'm interested.
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra: Come on. How bad could it be?
Okay, in all serious, I've got zero expectations that this will be any better than Transformers 2 or even Van Helsing, so there's a miniscule chance that it'll pleasantly surprise by achieving some level of not-that-badness. Really though, the only reasons I'm even curious about it are the undersea headquarters and the combat subs.
Ponyo: A combination of Hayao Miyazaki and undersea fantasy can't be anything other than wonderful.
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard: Stupid title, but I love Jeremy Piven when he's playing a butthole. And the trailer for this looks really funny.
It Might Get Loud: (limited release)
Inglorious Basterds: It's Tarantino, Brad Pitt, and WWII. Pretty much can't go wrong.
Post Grad: What can I say? I miss Rory.
Halloween II: I only mildly enjoyed Rob Zombie's remake of the original, but I'm enough of a Halloween fan that I'll have to see this.