Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything (January 11) My kids are looking forward to this animated tale of the Veggie pirates more than me, but then they’re my excuse for putting more than one film on this list, heh.
Cloverfield (January 18) J. J. Abrams' much-anticipated monster-attacks-New-York flick, but the hand-held camera filming choice of this one has me a bit leery and so I’ll probably wait to see this on DVD (unless they run the teaser trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull with this one, then I might just see it in the theater).
Jumper (February 14) A young teen discovers he can teleport at will—and that there are folks out there (like Samuel L. Jackson) who hunt folks like him down. It looks to be a film about gifts, responsibility and costs--and there's potential God-talk there.
10,000 B.C. (March 7) Billed as a tale before all tales, this one promises incredible CGI and a story about ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who (March 14) Jim Carrey + Steve Carell = So Much Fun. Plus the kids want to see this one. Really.
Babylon A.D. (August 29, Fox) Vin Diesel + Sci-Fi = Good Stuff with some God-talk thrown in. Sometimes.
Bedtime Stories (December 25) This fantasy-comedy has Adam Sandler, who every now and then makes a film this blog really likes.