After the Credits Episode 96: February Preview

Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (Mary Ostler Wood Butchery & Other Stuff) and I leave behind the duldrums of January for, *sigh* the duldrums of February. OK – so there might be one or two titles here of interest but generally, it still doesn’t look too hot. March can’t come soon enough.


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Show Notes:

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Opening Music: Eels’ “Souljacker Part 1 (iTunes)

Opening February 4th

The Roommate
The Other Woman
Waiting for Forever
Frankie & Alice

Opening February 11th

Just Go With It
Gnomeo & Juliet
Cedar Rapids
The Eagle
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
Gordon Pinsent Reads Bieber video

Opening February 18th

I Am Number Four
Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son
Vanishing on 7th Street
– Marina’s Review
– Kurt’s Review

Opening February 25th

Drive Angry 3D
Hall Pass

Closing Music: 30 Seconds to Mars’ “Escape (iTunes)

Festival Cinemas


Vancity Theatre

– Marina’s Review
– Marina’s Review
Sell Out!

Pacific Cinematheque

Canada’s Top 10
Vancouver International Mountain Festival

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Current Films: Catfish and F for Fake
Upcoming Films: Zardoz and Flash Gordon

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4 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 96: February Preview

  1. Yeah, there’s nothing really until March that I want to see. I might see Sanctum, I Am Number Four, and Drive Angry but I wouldn’t care if I missed them. Adjustment Bureau and Rango are the the first two movies of 2011 that I REALLY want to see.

  2. I thought the poster for Unknown felt very Taken 2, but the trailer feels different to me. But, to be honest the possibility of Liam Neeson kicking some ass is enough to get me to see any film (and I had *big* issues with Taken).

    Thanks for the book club shout out! So far people seemed to really fly through and enjoy I Am Number Four. I just started Jane Eyre and am (thankfully) enjoying it too.

    I look forward to the month-in-review show! Even though there wasn’t superstellarness in Jan 🙂

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