Possible Singles (Autumn 09)

This is a list of the soon to be released films that could well feature as singles on the Autumn 2009 schedule. Please add further suggestions to this list - discussions(/debates) will take place at the start of the summer term :slight_smile:

Feb/March Release:
The International (Clive Owen)
Lesbian Vampire Killers
Duplicity (Clive Owen, Julia Roberts, Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti)
Knowing (Nicholas Cage)
Two Lovers (Joaquin Phoenix & Gwyneth Paltrow)

April Release:
Monsters vs. Aliens (Animation with Seth Rogen)
The Boat that Rocked (Bill Nighy, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Gemma Arterton, Emma Thompson & Kenneth Brannagh)
Let the Right One In (Swedish Vampires)
Race to Witch Mountain (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson)
17 Again (Zac Efron, Matthew Perry & Michelle Trachtenberg)
The Uninvited (Elizabeth Banks)
Good (Viggo Mortenson & Jason Isaacs)

May Release:
Hannah Montana: The Movie
The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (Matthew McConaughey & Jennifer Garner)
The Wolf Man (Benicio Del Toro & Anthony Hopkins)
Coraline (Animation - Dakota Fanning, Terri Hatcher, Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders)
Drag Me to Hell (Sam Raimi’s new one)
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Amy Adams, Ben Stiller & Robin Williams)

June Release:
The Year One (Jack Black & Michael Cera)
Last Chance Harvey (Dustin Hoffman & Emma Thompson)
The Imaginarium of Doctor Panassus (Heath Ledger’s Last Film. Also: Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell, Jude Law & Christopher Plummer)
The Haunting in Connecticut
Rudo y Cursi (Spanish - Gael Garcia Bernal)
My Sister’s Keeper (Alec Baldwin, Cameron Diaz & Joan Cusack)

July Release:
Land of the Lost (Will Ferrell & Anna Friel)
The Taking of Pelham 123 (Denzel Washington & John Travolta)
G-Force (Guinea Pigs Animation, with: Bill Nighy, Penelope Cruz, Nicholas Cage & Steve Buscemi)

August Release:
The Ugly Truth (Gerard Butler & Katherine Heigl)

September Release:
Case 39 (Renée Zellweger)
Game (Gerard Butler)
Julie & Julia (Amy Adams & Meryl Streep)
Dorian Gray (Colin Firth & Ben Barnes)
The Soloist (Robert Downey Jr., Catherine Keener & Jamie Foxx)

franklyn
the young victoria

Inglourious Basterds in August

Public Enemies (Mann,Depp, Bale, Gangsters, made of win.) in july

Bruno (Sacha Baron Cohen, American Bigots) also July

Harry Potter 6, july

Transformers 2, June (maybe a double with the first one?)

Up
Terminator Salvation
Angels and Demons
Star Trek
X-Men origins: Wolverine -all in May

State Of Play - April

that’s about all i can think of.

[quote=“MarcusReviews”]Inglourious Basterds in August

Public Enemies (Mann,Depp, Bale, Gangsters, made of win.) in july

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State Of Play - April

that’s about all i can think of.[/quote]

See the “Possible Doubles” list.

oh yeah…

it is a bit confusing having two lists to negotiate i think, i would prefer one thread divided into two colours denoting doubles or singles next time please wob

We actually never showed Man to Man, which is a very worthy film.
The trailer, if we could get it, should attract quite a few people.
I’m not saying it definitely needs to be shown, I’m saying it is a great option if there is a slot that is not taken by a new film.

[quote=“Mathendacil”]We actually never showed Man to Man, which is a very worthy film.
The trailer, if we could get it, should attract quite a few people.
I’m not saying it definitely needs to be shown, I’m saying it is a great option if there is a slot that is not taken by a new film.[/quote]

It doesn’t seem to have a UK release date. :? Has it had a cinematic release here?

dunno - as it was coproduced by the UK, I assumed it would.

How about the new dragonball film?

It will be released in April.

i don’t think dragonball should have ever been made into a proper movie, but having seen the trailer, it’s just like a normal martial arts film, so meh :slight_smile:

Other films coming out that could/should be considered include:

Bronson - about the generation of a fictional character, by a hardcore prisoner - been in the news a lot recently.
The Damned United - Michael Sheen as Brian Clough.
Traitor - Don Cheadle in an FBI conspiracy offering.
The Life Before Her Eyes - Uma Thurman coping with a Columbine-like event in her past.
Religulous - Documentary, commenting on the current state of religions.
50 Dead Men Walking - Ben Kingsley and Rose McGowan.
Bambi - Yes, Bambi :!: It’s being re-released (though only limited number of prints) in April.
Outlander - A Viking based Alien revenge fest… how much better can/does it get?!
Observe and Report - Seth Rogen, Anna Faris and Ray Liotta in a mall-based comedy.
The Descent: Part 2
Fighting - A New York based introduction to underground fighting.
12 Rounds - A cop goes through various challenges to get his GF back.
Katyn - Oscar Nominated best foreign language (Polish) film.
Banlieue 13 - Ultimatum - Follow-up to District 13.

BAMBI! :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

The Descent Part 2!! Could we show both 1 and 2 in ONE night / weekend or is that beyond even your powers, Rob?

[quote=“kathryn”]What about the Damned United (michael sheen does football)
and angels and demons (boo hiss). Sorry if duplication has occurred[/quote]

I’m afraid that you’ve doubly duplified… it’s like Duplicity!

I don’t know where I ment to post this, but hows abouts a nice bit of Spinal Tap? Everyone loves a good rockumentary 8)

If it’s a rockumentary you’re after, then Anvil! The Story of Anvil has received fantastic reviews.

That does look quite awesome, not the same tone as This is Spinal Tap, but if Michael Moore likes it, it’s good enough for us folk.

I’ve just come across FAQ about Time Travel.
It would make a cracking single (and the trailer describes it as Dr Who meets Shaun of the Dead. A winning combination).
If not a single, can we make a social to go and see it? :smiley:

In the Loop looks like it might be quite good.