The two must sees for me are Darjeeling and Eastern Promises since I love both the directors. 310/Shoot seem interesting but it's not like I'm dying to see them. And I like Will Forte. So there you go. And there were others I forgot now. There's also a musical set in the 1960s to Beatles songs coming out called Across The Universe but I couldn't fit it in.
I saw Mr. Woodcock, no joke like a year and a half ago, it was horrible. It was originally directed by some Brit but then they brought in David Dobkin, the Wedding Crashers director for a month of reshoots, so it might be ok, but I doubt it.
I also saw The Assassination of Jesse James, it's long and slow at parts, but the acting is incredible. The story is incredibly interesting, and Pitt, Casey Affleck, and Sam Rockwell were all amazing in it. Might be the best acting Pitt's done in a long time. It's also directed by the guy who did "Chopper" it's way different, but I really think most wackbaggers would like it.
I really want to see 3:10 To Yuma. Lionsgate is really starting to impress me lately, they're doing a lot more than just horror movies lately (I type this then remember they did the Bratz movie and Good Luck Chuck).
November, which is the reason Russel Crow isn't putting that much time into promoting "3:10 to Yuma". He thinks he has a chance at best supporting actor for American Gangster, and 3:10 coming out now might over saturate him.
Just saw Shoot 'em Up tonight,or last night for people pricky about the day changing at midnight...
Anyway, definitely good. Pretty much non-stop ridiculous shooting and the soundtrack is pretty good. The girl that I went to see it with and I wanted to immediately watch it again.
Oh yea, Monica Belluci(?sp) is pretty damn hot through the whole thing.