Well, this week I finally got into my Altmam. I watched MASH, which I was disappointed with, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, which I absolutely loved, and Nashville, which I thought was an extraordinary achievement. I started watching Popeye last night and there is no chance of me getting through it. It's awful. As for new releases, it was a quiet week, but I did see POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and Cowboys and Aliens. I also decided to revisit a few Harry Potter films. I shared my thoughts on The Goblet of Fire.
But, I have been perusing sites all morning. Here are some links:
Jessica @ The Velvet Cafe has become a much appreciated recent follower. This week she shares her thoughts on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and Paranoid Park.
Phil @ Phil on Film reviews Pedro Almodovar's new film, The Skin I Live In.
Joel @ Deny Everything unveils his Top 10 Films of the Summer.
Ryan @ The Matinee was very impressed with Soderbergh's Contagion. I am looking forward to it!
The gang on the LAMBCAST (Dylan, Nick, Sam, Tom and Sebastian) talk about their Top 5 Anticipated Films of Fall/Winter.
Steven @ Surrender to the Void shares his thoughts on my favourite film by Gus Van Sant, Elephant.
Anna @ Split Reel recently watched British genre film, Kill List at the Espo Cine International Film Festival. I CANT WAIT TO SEE THIS. It played at the Sydney and Melbourne Film Festivals. Gah.
Newly accredited to Rotten Tomatoes, Tom Clift @ Movie Reviews by Tom Clift has been reviewing lots of films recently. Be sure to check out what he thought of Beginners.
Should you see Columbiana? John @ John Likes Movies doesn't think so.
Sam @ Duke and the Movies this week was impressed by the David Schwimmer film, Trust.
Stevee @ Cinematic Paradox finally got the chance to see The Tree of Life. Find out what she thought.
Nick Prigge @ Anomalous Material contemplates another sequel to Before Sunrise/Before Sunset.
Alex @ And So It Begins... looks at the career of David Cronenberg for LAMBS in the Directors Chair.