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Hoodwinked (Cory Edwards, Todd Edwards, Tony Leech)
Animated Little Red Riding Hood seeks to prove, once and for all, that if three directors are credited together on a movie, that movie will be three times as good as a regular movie.
Match Point (Woody Allen)
Advance word is that this England-set romantic thriller (which, by the way, huh?) is Woody’s best movie since fill-in-the-blank; we’re excited to see Scarlett Johansson become the latest ascendant starlet to be wiped off the screen by the sheer force of Jonathan Rhys Myers’s world-beating prettiness. Set ‘em up, knock ‘em down, Johnny Boy.
The New World (Terrence Malick)
Malick’s fourth feature film in more than 30 years is the story of John Smith’s expedition — Colin Farrell is Smith, and Christian Bale shows up long enough to marry Pocahontas.
Rumor Has It (Rob Reiner)
We had absolutely nothing to say about this movie (the world can only take so many Kevin Costner jokes)(other than, you know, Kevin Costner)(sorry) — and then we found out that Colleen Camp, famed for her breathless portrayal of Yvette in Clue, is cast in the role of “Woman.”