Summer Movies 2010

Inception Babies poster

Last year, my pre-summer movie list held a couple of surprises; some I thought I’d love, I didn’t, and vice versa.  I was going to do the same again this year, along with an idea for doing the same in the fall, but as I started gathering the titles, I decided – why bother.  Hopefully (I mean, come on already), I’ll have some income flowing again, soon, so I’ll be able to just go and see movies on a regular basis again – even movies I may not particularly be interested in.  So, in lieu of a giant guess sheet, I’ll save any opinions for the reviews of movies I DO see.

Also, although there are a few potentially interesting titles, the only ones I am extremely eager to see this summer are Inception (July 16) and Babies (May 7, this Friday).  No, the bigger titles, like Iron Man, The A-Team, Predators, or anything else don’t really have me too piqued this year, though there are a few other movies that I’m definitely interested in seeing… but you’ll hear about them if I do.  I always mention it here when I see a really good movie, so I figured I’d save us all some time and forego the list this year ;).

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About Mark Mushakian

Just a man who loves God, women, kids, dogs, movies, and every other lovely thing in life :)
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2 Responses to Summer Movies 2010

  1. Briggity Brak says:

    this website is not made for SAVING time.

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  2. Mark says:

    Haha, no… but if I can avoid what I come to deem as a WASTE of time – well, that's what we're all about here at MarkMushakian.com

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