I had assumed that it would be with a new release, and that we would just congregate online at a certain time on Saturday for a seminar together via Ustream or G+ hangouts or something. The Avengers might be a good one.
I kind of like the idea of a new release, since it’s new for everyone and we can all share initial thoughts all at once. Of course, movie theater tickets can be expensive, so I’m OK with doing an older movie for the sake of everyone’s pocket books. . .
I know it’s probably too much to ask that we all be in the same time zones, but are are those who are interested at least on the same continent to contribute to ease of scheduling? I myself am in the Pacific time zone (and currently between jobs) so my schedule can be pretty easy.
Well, not many films have the same weight to throw around as the esteemed Battleship (Oscar Nomination Pending). We have a pretty good run coming up with Batman: Dark Knight Rises, and the new Spiderman movie if we keep with current theme for them.
Man, I really love this resurgent Superhero genre.
I like Heathers but I adore Clue. Anyway, the only thing I’m definitely going to see is Brave because I have to write a review on it. As for upcoming movies that might be OTI worthy, how about Les Miserables or The Great Gatsby? I’m thinking ahead because I’m assuming there has to be a reasonable level of planning and coordinating involved.
I’d hope there will be one for Brave- I’m assuming myriad OTIers will see it. I’d also make a concerted effort to see the movies you mentioned opening weekend, Cat, since I already hope to see them, anyway.