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Roeper's Fall Movie Preview (2010)

Roeper's Fall Movie Preview
 

“Roeper's countdown of the 10 most anticipated fall movies.”

-Richard Roeper

Roeper's Fall Movie Preview Review

Roeper's Fall Movie Preview

(2010)

In theaters:
Sunday, 5 September 2010

Genre:
Action, Adventure, Biography, Comedy, Drama, Mystery, Romance, Science Fiction, Sport, Thriller

Cast:
Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford, Diane Lane, Justin Timberlake, Michael Douglas, Jeremy Renner, Robert Downey Jr.

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Roberto Briceno said on Saturday, September 11, 2010 3:23:27 PM
I have to state that I am very disappointed on your "Fall Movie Preview." After all these years and the thumbs up, you left out JACKASS:3D. How can you NOT be waiting for this movie? You stated (and it is on video in JACKASS: NUMBER TWO) and you "can't wait for the third part of this trilogy."



Micah said on Monday, September 06, 2010 5:04:49 PM
#5. The Town - looks like a solid crime thriller and especially gains my respect in using two currently underrated actresses in hollywood today.

#4. Jackass 3D - Let's be honest, the motivation of anyone's laughter is out someone else's misery. Due Date COULD be fun but might be too mean-spirited whereas this is a collaboration of men who have no one to blame in their pain other than themselves.

#3. 127 Hours - Danny Boyle. Need I say more?

#2. Buried - I've wanted to see Buried ever since it debuted at Sundance and glowing review after review keeps my interest afloat. Lionsgate might just have made a Saw movie for people who hate Saw movies.

#1. Legend of the Guardians - While I don't consider myself an avid fan of Zack Snyder, these are the sort of event movies that give me chills. The scenery looks vividly detailed, the voice talents sound surprisingly well-cast and it seems as though they're trying to deliver in both terms of kicking ass and comic relief.

Contenders for Worst Movie of the Fall Go to: Alpha and Omega for its too-crass-for-kiddies humor and sloppy animation, My Soul to Take for its horribly mismatched trailer song and overly aged cast and Case 39 for its year late release.

 
 
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