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My Most Anticipated Movies

In no pacific order:

- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Reason why I want to see it: So sue me, I'm a big fan of Harry Potter and I loved the first two. With a new directer and a darker feel, it could be the best in the series. (Although, I'm not sure about the 'muggle clothes'...)

- Garden State
Reason: After seeing the trailer, I really really want to see this. The trailer is awesome, with cool images, cool music and....well, it's just plain....cooooool!

- Spider-Man 2
Reason: I loved the first one, and this one looks good. The trailer was kind of long and gave a little too much away, but it looks cool.

- J.M. Barrie's Neverland
Reason: Johnny Depp? Kate Winslet?? I'm there!!

- The Day after Tomorrow
Reason: I've loved the trailers and pictures I've seen for this movie. Plus Jake Gyllenhaal (whom I consider to be one of the best young actors out today) and Ian Holm (in my opinion...a very underrated actor). I know this could be a stinker, most of Roland Emmerich films are reportedly bad (I haven't seen any of them, so I can't say) but I try not to base how good a movie will be, on a director I'm not familiar with.
On another note, does anyone see a resemblance between this Day After Tommorrow poster...

and this Monty Python and the Holy Grail poster...

It may not look too similar, but it's the first thing that came to my mind when I saw The Day after Tomorrow poster. Just a thought....

- King Kong
Reason: I like Jack Black, Naomi Watts, Adrien Brody and I love Peter Jackson! I'm still looking around for the original 1933 version King Kong, but I'm defiantly going to see this.

- The Corpse Bride
Reason: Another 'Nightmare Before Christmas' type of film about a man who finds himself mistakenly wedding a corpse. Tim Burton is involved in it and it's another stop-motion film and I loved The Nightmare Before Christmas.


Other: Batman Begins, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Stay, Super Size Me, Shrek 2, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason

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