Shameless Advertisement #15 – July

1 07 2010

Well, folks, Anniversary Month has arrived. But before we start all those festivities, it’s time to start off the month like I do any normal month – with a shameless advertisement. Because like it or not, us movie bloggers wouldn’t be here without the movies.

Only three movies managed to get votes for the most anticipated of July. Second place, with two votes, went to M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Last Airbender.” I hope you’re onto something; maybe it will be a return to form for the battered director. Sneaking in at the last minute to gain one vote was “Predators,” another reboot in a summer replete with them.

But, with a whopping six votes, and convincing me that everyone who reads (or at least votes) is sane, the winner is…


“Inception.”

Don’t act so surprised.

Much like last month’s write-up for “Toy Story 3,” I didn’t offer much substance in my take on “Inception” in the July preview post. Take a look, if you must.

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Even dating back to August 2009, I outlined my desire to stay in the black with details on “Inception.”

At the moment, “Inception” is my most anticipated movie of 2010. It is Christopher Nolan’s first movie since he lit the world on fire with “The Dark Knight,” which he directed and wrote. He has gathered a superb cast for the project, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, and Michael Caine. He has kept the plot of his latest outing shrouded in secrecy … until today, when a very detailed plot summary was released. I beg you, PLEASE DO NOT LET ME READ THEM! And if you tell me, I will unleash my wrath on you. I cannot accurately put into words my euphoria for the release of this movie. I do not want it to be tainted by knowing the intricacies of the plot before I step into the movie theater! Yes, I am using exclamation points because I really do feel that strongly!

So enjoy your trailer and keep your yap shut!


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