His Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunter in 3D will be opening January 25 and I am very much looking forward to it (for more, please scroll down at this link for discussion on the trailers); before then I plan (and we all know how well my plans turn out) to analyze the original Hansel and Gretel fairy tale; doing that with Snow White was, I felt very fruitful before seeing Mirror, Mirror and Snow White and the Huntsman. Opening this weekend is Gangster Squad, the critically celebrated Zero Dark Thirty (now controversial because of suspicion that director Kathryn Bigelow had access to classified documents and some supposed "glorification" of torture) and the "mocking of white people" A Haunted House, which complies numerous sequences from horror films, adds a big dose of raunchy, and calls it comedy. There is a point in how black Americans and white Americans prefer to view their films: blacks seem to prefer to comedy genre in film to analyze their problems, whereas whites seem to prefer the horror genre.
|Elisabeth Shue and Jennifer Lawrence in House At the End of the Street.|
Beasts Of the Southern Wind
Life Of Pi
Silver Linings Playbook
Zero Dark Thirty
It's interesting because it seems like The Hobbit is missing from this list even though it was appearing on earlier lists before it was released...? Their nominees for Best Animated Feature of the Year are:
Rise Of the Guardians
Wreck It Ralph
I am sorry for the long silence; as you have probably guessed, I have been sick, again. Thank you for your patience!
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