Holy. Shit. I literally cannot stand the anticipation, and I hold no trace of irony or sarcasm in that statement. I don't look forward to my birthday like I'm looking forward to this movie.
A sci-fi apocalyptic tale centered around the sexual awakening of a bunch of ridiculously pretty college students. Gregg Araki, from what I hear, takes his newfound filmmaking maturity, combines it with his roots from back in the nineties, and creates a geniusly trippy thing.
Sarah Polley and Adrian Brody teaming up to create an awesome half-human creature that grows up and eats people? Uh, yay.
4) The Kids Are All Right
That cast, that trailer, that not-as-annoying-as-I-though-it'd-be artificial insemanations trend. Only bastards and Glenn Beck could resist such quirkiness.
Yes, I know it stars Topher Grace and Adrien Brody trying to be badass. But shooty things! Explody things! Let me have my fun, assholes.
6) Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Edgar Wright adapting what I imagine must be the greatest graphic novel series ever made (based off the two pages I read online, because I have no money and my library is an asshole), starring dozens of really cool people being awesome, comic book words flying around, adorable blue-haired people. You are either emotionally numb or dead to not be pissing yourself for this.
Lindsay Lohan's triumphant comeback? Certainly not. Danny Trejo finally getting a starring vehicle? Hells yeah.
8) Adjustment Bureau
If only for the Bureau agents in those snappy fedoras.
9) Easy A
There you go.
10) Due Date
Zach Galifinakis (I spelled that all on my own! No copy-and-pasting!) and Robert Downey Jr. should make a fun pair, ay.
11) The Social Network
Eh, David Fincher is amazing, and Andrew Garfield, Rooney Mara, and Max Minghella are all on my stern "Look out for, they so preeeeetttttyyyyy..." list (which I totally have, and you should too). The leads are rather meh (Note: this is the last time I shall use that obnoxious word), but an intriguing concept, and Fincher always surprises with how interesting he can make something.
12) Morning Glory
A tale of two news anchors who hate each other, an aspiring producer trying to wrangle them. Starring the likes of Rachel McAdams, Jeff Goldblum, Diane Keaton, and Harrison Ford. Yeah.
13) Love and Other Drugs
14) Gulliver's Travels
Jason Segel, bitches.
15) True Grit
Coen Brothers never fail.