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What movies are you planning to go see at the cinema this year?

 

I watched Van Helsing today which I thought was OK...I'm also planning to watch Troy and Harry Potter 3 later this month/next month.

 

Other films I would like to see (depending on reviews) are: The Day After Tomorrow, Shrek 2, Spider-Man 2, King Arthur, I Robot, Catwoman, The Chronicles of Riddick, The Incredibles and Alexander

 

Heres some UK release dates for the rest of the year:

 

(REC = recommend by the the website I took the dates from)

 

May 2004

 

14th May, 2004

 

Bon Voyage

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring

Shattered Glass

The Football Factory

Radio

Deewar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home

Against The Ropes

 

21st May, 2004

 

Emile

Bad Education

Troy

 

28th May, 2004

 

Distant

The Day After Tomorrow REC

 

June 2004

 

4th June, 2004

 

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Japanese Story

The Cat's Meow

 

11th June, 2004

 

I'm Not Scared

Silence Between Two Thoughts

Johnson Family Vacation

The Punisher

Mean Girls

Connie and Carla

School for Seduction

Joy of Madness

 

18th June, 2004

 

The Whole Ten Yards REC

Deep Blue

The Stepford Wives

Lakshya

Walking Tall

The Cooler

Freeze Frame

 

25th June, 2004

 

The Ladykillers

Catch That Kid

The Last Horror Movie

Eurotrip

 

July 2004

 

2nd July, 2004

 

One for the Road

Club Dread

Godsend

Mambo Italiano

Shrek 2 REC

The Notebook

The Best of Youth

 

9th July, 2004

 

Around the World in 80 Days

Twisted

Battle Royale II

Never Die Alone

Raising Helen

Falcons

 

16th July, 2004

 

The Prince & Me

Nathalie...

Spider-Man 2 REC

 

23rd July, 2004

 

Last Life In The Universe

Two Brothers

Thunderbirds

 

30th July, 2004

 

Anything Else

Garfield: The Movie

Churchill: The Hollywood Years

Sixteen Years of Alcohol

King Arthur

New York Minute

 

August 2004

 

6th August, 2004

 

Hero

I, Robot

Catwoman

Home on the Range

 

13th August, 2004

 

The Bourne Supremacy

Five Children and It

Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights

Infernal Affairs II

13 Going On 30

 

20th August, 2004

 

Fear and Trembling

A Cinderella Story

The Village

Cellular

Father and Son

 

27th August, 2004

 

Open Water

The Chronicles of Riddick

Trauma

The Motorcycle Diaries

 

September 2004

 

3rd September, 2004

 

The Alamo

Hellboy

The Clearing

 

10th September, 2004

 

Layer Cake

Man on Fire

The Terminal

 

17th September, 2004

 

The Shawshank Redemption (Re-release) REC

A Dirty Shame

Code 46

Anchorman

 

24th September, 2004

 

Wimbledon

Super Size Me

 

October 2004

 

1st October, 2004

 

The Story of Marie and Julien

Collateral

De-lovely

 

8th October, 2004

 

Bride and Prejudice

Shall We Dance?

 

15th October, 2004

 

2046

A Sound of Thunder

Shark Tale

Birth

Creep

 

22nd October, 2004

 

Alien Vs. Predator REC

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement

Without a Paddle

 

29th October, 2004

 

Exorcist: The Beginning

Beyond the Sea

J.M. Barrie's Neverland

The Manchurian Candidate

 

November 2004

 

5th November, 2004

 

Triple Agent

What's It All About, Alfie?

 

12th November, 2004

 

After the Sunset

Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story

Surviving Christmas

 

19th November, 2004

 

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason REC

 

26th November, 2004

 

The Polar Express

Millions

Bad Santa

A Way Through the Woods

 

December 2004

 

3rd December, 2004

 

The Incredibles

 

10th December, 2004

 

The Phantom of the Opera

Blade: Trinity

Sahara

 

17th December, 2004

 

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

 

24th December, 2004

 

National Treasure

Alexander

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Probably Harry Potter and The Whole Ten Yards.

 

I limit my cinema visits.

 

Luckily I can usually get my brother to pay for them, or for the kid-type movies I'll take my neice/nephew along and make my sister pay :P

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Wow I never noticed how much time difference there was between american release dates and British ones.

 

E.G: Bad Santa was openend here last x-mas. Dirty Dancing was on Valentines day I believe. Mean Girls I saw last week (It is a good movie, it will surprise you at how good it is believe me ;)) and Hellboy has also come and gone in our cinemas :)

 

Just wondering, did you guys get to see Secret Window over there with Johnny Depp?

 

Steve :)

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I should be seeing Van Helsing this weekend, but the upcoming films that look quite good and that hopefully i will get a chance to see are The Day After Tomorrow, The Whole Ten Yards, Walking Tall, Shrek 2, Thunderbirds, and Blade Trinity. I have Hellboy on Pirate and i would reccomend it to all of you.
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I've seen Secret Window and Van Helsing this past week. Both were really good, bu whilst Van Helsing has great visuals and the action and weapons and especially the breats were excellent, the storyline was dire, whereas Secret Window, while panned by most, is the best movie I've seen all year. Depp is flawless as he always is, and the twists and turns are totally shocking, with every nook and cranny taken care of. Brilliant psychological film.

 

I wanna now see Spiderman 2, Shrek 2, The Punisher, Blade: Trinity, The Day After Tomorrow, Harry Potter, and Alien v Predator (saw the poster in America - looks awesome)

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