10 Days to go!

Posted on October 6, 2009. Filed under: News, Trailers | Tags: , , , , , , |

Today is the premiere of one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year: The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus.  I really hope it lives up to the hype, because with a cast like that and Terry Gilliam at the helm it’ll have to work hard to go wrong.

Of course, there’s gonna be a lot of the same cautious criticism that there was with Dark Knight, and again there will be a significant proportion of the audience who wouldn’t have bothered to turn out to the cinema in different circumstances, but I’d like to think that the movie should be able to earn praise in its own right.  It definitely looks like it’s gonna be one amazing ride.

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*impossibly envious*

We don’t get it until Christmas. 😦

Looking forward to your thoughts; definitely my most anticipated of ’09.

aww that sucks, altho u guys got “Up” in the Summer and it doesn’t some out here till next week.

dont know when Im going to be able to see it but hopefully pretty soon after it comes out.

Can’t wait to see this one, but watching Heath is going to put a lump in my throat. Same reason I get misty every time I pop in “The Dark Knight.”

Yeah it’s gonna be weird, but it’ll be a brilliant memorial.

I really cannot wait to see this film, its going to be difficult to watch though for Heath.


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