Film Bits: Who’s Watching What.

Once again, it’s time for my weekly spin around the WordPress film blogs to see who’s watching and writing about what. Follow some of these folks, they’re doing good work.

Chuck Cotton honors National Bacon Week by finding .. and I swear I’m not making this up … The Top 10 Bacon Scenes. That is some serious dedication to bacon. I salute you, sir.

No Bulljive sorts out that the big problem with “Mothra” is that the namesake monster doesn’t show up until about halfway through the movie. And when he/she/it does, it’s to unbearably cheesy music. But no one’s perfect.

With the DVD release nearly upon us, Movierevolt reviews “X-Men: First Class” and declares a win.

Knightleyemma reviews a 1946 noir “The Strange Love of Martha Ivers” with Kirk Douglas and Barbara Stanwyck.

Tropicopolitan finds two 80s movies worthy of a remake.

Brad D. Studios watched Soul Surfer.

WXRT Radio Chicago has the trailer for the new Pearl Jam movie.

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2 Responses to Film Bits: Who’s Watching What.

  1. Pingback: Film Bits: Who's Watching What. « The Cineaste's Lament. | The 80's

  2. chuckcotton says:

    Thanks for the link. I’ll definitely be checking out First Class when it gets out on dvd. A remake of robocop is an interesting idea. Its been a while since I’ve seen it.

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