|Dec. 31st, 2005 05:54 pm What to look forward to in 2006 and what to look away from....|
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both good and bad waves. Since Hurricane Wilma, most
motion pictures have been fun to watch and hopefully
the drought of bad movies has ended. In the next few
weeks, local audiences will finally see movies in
limited released in Los Angeles and New York.
“The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada” is a modern
day western, which is directed by and stars Tommy Lee
Jones. This contender for the Oscars looks at a
wrongful death and Rio Grande border patrols.
Directed by Terrence Malick, "The New World" is about
America's first successful English speaking colony.
This Oscar contender stars Christian Bale, Christopher
Plummer, Colin Farrell as Captain John Smith and
introduces 15 year old German actress Q'Orianka
Kilcher as Pocahontas.
Expect more remakes of 1970 horror movies that should
not be remade, the original was enough. Expect more
action adventures based on video games, wasn't the
failure of "Doom" enough? How many times can we watch
planet earth being destroyed? Doesn’t matter,
“Resident Evil 3,” “Scary Movie 4” and “The Hills Have
Eyes” remake will be unleashed sometime in 2006.