We've found this to be an interesting summer for movies. Not earth shattering by any means, but not a total dud either. Toy Story 3 and Inception were the highlights for us, and I think they were for most people. Toy Story 3 has made over 400 billion dollars worldwide with Inception closing in at near 300 billion. We won't forget Avatar either, but that's in it's own class as is its maker James Cameron.
I'm sure there'll be some movies that we leave out that you all will be yelling bloody murder about so just comment away since we always appreciate dissent, it's a good thing over apathy. There have been some quiet contenders that we mentioned in our earlier review on here that most people may have heard about or not at all. One that was pretty cool on the small side was The Kids Are All Right about two lesbian mothers (Julianne Moore and Annette Benning) who wind up discovering who the sperm donor is for their child (Mark Ruffalo playing a wonderful lowkey role). What we loved about this one was it didn't focus on a big gay marriage debate; it just was a film about a relationship with its ups and down like any other. It's well worth checking out and the cast really bring out the best in this gem of a film
We loved The Expendibles just for the kickass shoot em up style, and the fact that Sylvestor Stallone was able to bring together all our big action stars of the past and present (basically just Jason Statham) was the perfect guilty pleasure. Plus, it showed us once again that Sylvestor Stallone is alive and kicking and knows what we want in our action films. We've already weighed in on Eli Roth's The Last Exorcism and gave it another shot just to make sure we weren't just being mean to Eli Roth.
Sadly, the 3D technology is already getting raped by Hollywood with films like Clash Of the Titans and Airbender so hopefully audiences will speak up by not going to these films to make Hollywood once again realize that you just can't throw anything out there expecting the ticket buying public to rush out to them in droves. Especially in this economy no matter what the news channels keep trying to tell us that things are looking up.
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