The holidays are officially over, and though this week offers mostly also-ran titles, there a couple in here that should be interesting to watch if you skipped them in the theater. Classics-wise, Universal and Criterion are putting out some interesting titles, so it’s a nice week for DVD and Blu-ray.
You wouldn't know it from the weather, or practically anything else, but summer is over. At least for movies, where we're getting second and third stringers in the theater. And that's why only one film cracked ten million this weekend, and that's why The Expendables 2 stays on top. It's a weak week.
I feel like misquoting John Lennon. Here goes: "So this is Summer, And what have you done?" Summer is over, which means award season has begun (The Master's been screening a lot) and I hope you had fun. We're going to be looking at some interesting films over the next couple of weeks, but in terms of numbers, everything's going to be weak.
This week, HBO announced that Lena Dunham's Girls will be returning at the very beginning of 2013. We also have the trailer for Nobody Walks, a movie which Dunham co-wrote with indie director Ry Russo-Young. On a different note, Warner Bros. seems to be prepping a Batman reboot already, and could...