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Most-Missed Theatrical Films (2010)

by on 2010/12/27

The following five films were movies I was unable to see in the theatre due to scheduling conflicts, workplace disasters, financial shortfalls and assorted other First World mishaps.  In some cases, I’m not even sure I’ll love them but, right now, I want them.

Jonah Hex (2010)

I’m pretty much a sucker for anything Western and when you combine graphic novel made moving picture with a moving picture that centres around an embittered, facially deformed cowboy, I pretty much am right there. Except for this time. I’m  not even sure why. I have it sitting here blinking at me in Blu-ray still inexplicably unwatched.

Soon, soon, Jonah Hex.

And say what you will about Ms. Megan Fox, she is still real, real pretty.

Scott Pilgrim vs The World (2010)

I’m not sure what the living heck I was thinking not seeing this superlative film during its theatrical run. If I had anything whatsoever to do with Scott Pilgrim’s criminally, cosmically unfair failure to recoup its budget during its early release, I am sorrowfully, sorrowfully sorry.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Scott Pilgrim was a religious experience and I’m an evangelical atheist.

Salt (2010)

I try to squint real hard in the supermarket check out line to ignore all the Brangelina headlines. Angelina Jolie, the actress, is undeniably compelling. She was untouchable in Wanted (2008) and I’m hoping for more of the same in Salt.

Black Swan (2010)

A rivalry between a veteran ballet dancer and an upstart, not usually something that would have me rushing to the theatre. But the buzz and the poster of lovely Natalie Portman (I mean, look at her) has me wondering…

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2010)

I really, really, really want to see it but I’m not sure I’ll have the time to view this between now and the end of the week. Ok, I admit it …I’ve read every single book including The Tales of Beedle the Bard for goodness sake.

Now you know.

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