Saturday’s specials:

I’m hoping Pride and Prejudice is the beginning of a turnaround for this movie year. In the next several days, I’ll be seeing Woody Allen’s Match Point, Andrew Adamson’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Peter Jackson’s King Kong, Michael Haneke’s Cache (Hidden), and more. I have high hopes for all of them, but the way this year has been going, it wouldn’t be a big surprise if each one of them disappointed.

“YOU WILL NOT LIKE ME.”
In the meantime, here’s The New York Times persuading me to wait until the DVD for Johnny Depp, Samantha Morton, and John Malkovich in The Libertine.

HOW CAN I GET YOU STALLONE?
And, in the name of hope and good moviegoing, here’s a script review of Rocky 6.

SINGLE PARENTS IN BRITAIN GET EARLY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
The Christian-outreach promotion of Narnia continues in Britain.

THERE ARE A MILLIONS REASONS TO SEE THIS MOVIE
In case you didn’t notice yet… it’s here, for rental and purchase. Merry Christmas.

A FEAST FOR MARTIN FANS
Thanksgiving came late for my wife Anne, who has been waiting for this book for a long, long time, and now she’s wrapped in blankets on the couch with her nose in its pages, and I doubt I’ll hear from her again for a long, long time…

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