Trailer Park

Work is never a picnic, that’s why they call it work.

Fortunately for me I have an active fantasy life, one in which Jenn and I actually see first-run movies in theaters. With popcorn. Lots and lots of tubs of buttered popcorn.

So in the event I ever see the interior of a theater (or feel it’s welcoming stickiness underneath my feet), here are the previews that have whet (whetted?) my appetite:

No Country For Old Men
Coen Brothers, terrific cast, creepy villain who looks like a genetic splice of Lurch and Dora the Explorer. Sign me up.

There Will Be Blood
P.T. Anderson and Daniel Day Lewis

I Am Legend
Post-apocalyptic Will Smith and Zombies. Sure, “I, Robot” sucked, but maybe if Smith doesn’t have cast-members to mug against, it’ll be OK.

Show me the way to the box office.

3 thoughts on “Trailer Park

  1. I’m with you on wanting to see all of these. Unfortunately, also somewhat like you, I rarely make it to the box office. With that in mind, I’m setting my sites lower. I’m only hoping to see one movie this holiday season. And if I have to narrow the above to one, I’m picking I Am Legend. I’m a comic geek and a sucker for post-apocalyptic films, so it’s a perfect combo. :)

  2. Rawksta’r and I routinely go to the movies, usually about twice a week. It’s just our thing.

    We’re pumped about I am Legend also. It’s based on the book of the same name and is expressly NOT a remake of Omega Man which was also based on the book.

    Apparently, both movies leave out the vampires.

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