Fall’s Film Bounty
Award-worthy fall movies are arriving and you once again put Breaking Dawn on the cover? And the fact that Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson makes it even more wrong to put them there.
I proposed to my wife in front of the Lincoln Memorial. We named our son, Abraham, after the 16th president. So naturally, when I found out that the greatest actor of all time would be playing the Great Emancipator in Lincoln, I was very excited. I knew Daniel Day-Lewis would nail it but had no idea just how much potential was there until I saw your photo of him dressed as Lincoln. I won’t go so far as to put the picture on my wall, but I’ll probably feel like a teenage girl at a Justin Bieber concert when I finally see the movie.
Love at First Bite
I had to laugh when I read your Jaws review (DVD) because not only was I afraid to take a bath or shower as a kid, I was also afraid to sit on the toilet. But the movie has become one of my all-time favorites!
The premiere episode of BBC America’s Copper was directed by Jeff Woolnough (What to Watch). Left in the Dark
Kathryn Bigelow’s cryptic Zero Dark Thirty (out Dec. 19) piqued the curiosity of EW.com readers
This looks like the real deal, what Prometheus and The Dark Knight Rises aspired to be — serious adult-oriented theater. Not your comic-book-inspired, childishly rendered doggerel. —Stickittotheman
I’m wondering if this project will do for Joel Edgerton what The Hurt Locker did for Jeremy Renner. Warrior may have failed, but Edgerton has been ascending lately, and he seems just on the edge of a well-deserved breakthrough. —HestianVirgin
The interesting part will be watching the gathering of intelligence to find Osama bin Laden’s location. This could be a very Munich-esque movie and I’m all for that! —MLB