The Gobbledygeek Guide to the 2011 Spring Movie Season

In this week’s episode, Paul and I discuss 31 different movies opening this spring that we fiund…interesting…for one reason or another, some good, some bad. As promised, here are IMDb links and trailers for each.

February TBA

London Boulevard

February 4

Frankie and Alice

February 11

Cedar Rapids (limited release)

Gnomeo & Juliet

The Eagle

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

February 18

I Am Number Four

Unknown

February 25

Drive Angry 3D

March 2

Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (limited release)

March 4

Rango

The Adjustment Bureau

Happythankyoumoreplease (limited release)

March 11

Battle: Los Angeles

Jane Eyre

Kill the Irishman (limited release)

March 18

Limitless

Paul

Win Win

No trailer yet, but here’s an amusing still:

 

March 23

The Beaver (limited release; wide release April 8 )

March 25

Sucker Punch

Miral (limited release)

March 26

Dumbstruck (limited release)

April 1

Source Code

Super

There is sadly no trailer, but here’s a brutally funny clip:

Hop

April 8

Your Highness

Arthur

No trailer, but here are Helen Mirren and Russell Brand in the roles originated by John Gielgud and Dudley Moore, respectively:

April 15

The Conspirator

No trailer, no stills, no nothin’, but we still look forward to Robert Redford’s latest directorial effort.

April 22

Water for Elephants

Haywire

Finding itself in the same boat as The Conspirator, no stills or trailers exist for this Steven Soderbergh film, supposedly one of his last.

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One thought on “The Gobbledygeek Guide to the 2011 Spring Movie Season

  1. Pretty good podcast. I laughed at the discussion regarding Gnomeo & Juliet, because I actually am looking forward to it and will be there on opening day. The concept just interests me, I’ve seen a couple of clips from it and it looks cute. Plus, you know I’ll see almost anything animated (in fact, this will be the first year I plan on seeing every animated release that comes out) and I don’t trust trailers at all.

    I’m surprised you didn’t talk about two major releases I’m looking forward to on April 15 (Rio and Scream 4). Considering how much you like casts with people you like, that surprised me. The former has Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway. Even Scream 4 added Kristen Bell to the cast.

    But, of the releases you talked about, I’m most excited for Paul and Your Highness (as, I, too, really like Pineapple Express).

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