Shawn writes:

So due to family scheduling conflicts we celebrated our Easter holiday Saturday evening at my Mom and Dad’s.  This left Rebecca and me free to watch Titanic on Easter Sunday.  Aside from four other people, the theater was totally empty which turned the place into our own cozy living room… with four strangers in it.

We love Titanic (even over Avatar aka Dances with Wolves in Space) because the movie speaks to us on a mushy, romantic level.  Except for the scene when Jack and Rose are about to plunge into the drink as the second half of the ship finally sinks, 3D did nothing to improve this unedited and non-director’s cut version of the film.

Also, 3D proved difficult when sobbing through choice moments of the movie.

Regardless, we had fun just hanging out together and reliving our childhoods from when this flick first came out forever ago.  It’s definitely worth a once over if you’ve only ever seen Titanic on your television screen.

Chris Nolan & ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Will Be At Comic Con 2012!
Chris Nolan screened the rough cut of ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ for Warner Bros and word has hit that his final film in the Batman trilogy will make a ‘surprise’ appearance at this years Comic Con in San Diego.  To read more, click here.
Shawn writes:
We like what we’ve seen of The Dark Knight Rises thus far, but Marvel’s The Avengers seems to have taken the spotlight.  We hope there will be more trailers for Batman within the next month or so or motivation for the film may fizzle out.
Chris Nolan, it’s time to get your game face on.

Chris Nolan & ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Will Be At Comic Con 2012!


Chris Nolan screened the rough cut of ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ for Warner Bros and word has hit that his final film in the Batman trilogy will make a ‘surprise’ appearance at this years Comic Con in San Diego.  To read more, click here.


Shawn writes:

We like what we’ve seen of The Dark Knight Rises thus far, but Marvel’s The Avengers seems to have taken the spotlight.  We hope there will be more trailers for Batman within the next month or so or motivation for the film may fizzle out.

Chris Nolan, it’s time to get your game face on.

ianbrooks:

Back to the Future in Art by Vlad Rodriguez

Some movies are so memorable they just need to be preserved in art forever. Vlad has created an artistic near-scene by scene re-enactment of the classic Back to the Future series. You can check out the many more pictures, before they fade from a collapsing timeline, over at behance. Really though, how good would Darth Vader look hanging on your wall?

Artist: bigcartel / tumblr


Shawn writes:

These are so incredible I can’t stand it.