Here is the “completed” version of the Darjeeling Limited review. It is in two parts and is still way too long. The only real difference is Jay threw on some and some credits.
There is hopefully 5 new reviews on the way. Principal photography has been completed on reviews for Michael Clayton, Wristcutters: A Love Story, American Gangster, Calm Down, & Beowulf.
I also have plans to go see Into the Wild tonight and No Country for Old Men on Sunday. I hope to snag a viewing of the following films in the coming months: Across the Universe (even though I think it is never coming to Ames), August Rush (even though Robin Williams looks terrible in the trailer), Even though I once walked out on a Bob Dylan concert, I’m Not There, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly even though it seems an awful lot like The Sea Inside), Atonement, Grace is Gone, The Amateurs, Love in the Time of Cholera, I Am Legend (even though Will Smith is in it),Juno (even though I don’t know if I’ll be able to look at Ellen Page the same after Hard Candy), The Kite Runner, Youth Without Youth (even though Coppola hasn’t directed a film in 10 years),Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep, The Bucket List, Charlie Wilson’s War, Persepolis, The Great Debaters, and There Will Be Blood (even though I think Paul Thomas Anderson is just a terrible filmmaker).