There's also the mockumentary superhero film, "Chronicle", which is just another mark crossed off on the we-haven't-done-a-found-footage-film-about-this list. Cap it off with "The Woman in Black", which is only mildly relevant as it's Daniel Radcliffe's first role outside "Harry Potter". Let's see how quickly he fades. Heading into the following week, we have the action-nothing "Safe House", the pointless romance "The Vow", 3D jizz-fest "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island", and the 3D re-release of "The Phantom Menace". Is anybody else already deeply pissed off that we're given a trilogy of some of the worst films ever made before we get to the original trilogy?
The following weekend brings us around to the long in the making yet completely unnecessary "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance", the weirdly plotted and horribly titled spy-comedy "This Means War", and the tentatively promising Studio Ghibli animation "The Secret World of Arrietty". Although I must admit, I'd still much rather see the British version, which I may very well be able to see. And then we close out the month in the smallest of ways possible with whatever "Act of Valor" is, idiotic suspense-thriller "Gone", Tyler Perry's "Good Deeds", and the comedy "Wanderlust" which is again wasting Paul Rudd's and Jennifer Aniston's talents. And that concludes the month, and then we're right on into March. To be frank, I'd rather just skip all this and get straight to March.