You love movies. You know you do, so just admit it. I love movies too. I went to see X-Men Origins: Wolverine last week and I LOVED IT. There is nothing like watching Wolverine slice up things on the big screen. I'm not talking about tomatoes either.
The next movie I’m going to see is Terminator Salvation. I have seen all the Terminator movies and there is no way I’m going to miss the new one. I was a little wary of a “no-Arnold” Terminator movie, but he has enough on his plate trying to get a balanced budget in California. I can’t wait to see John Connor lead the resistance since the first three movies focused on keeping him alive.
Where is all this going? I’m glad you asked. You know about new movies because you see all the trailers. They even advertise new DVDs that are coming out. So how do you find out about good movies that you missed? There are websites, of course, but you can also check out books on the subject.
- 1,000 best movies on DVD
- The greatest movies ever: the 101 greatest films of all time
- The New York times guide to the best 1,000 movies ever made
- TLA video & DVD guide : the discerning film lover's guide
- Time Out film guide
- VideoHound’s DVD Guide
- Videohound's independent film guide
- The 50 funniest movies of all time : a critic's ranking
- Animation on DVD : the ultimate guide
- Classic movie companion
- Creature features : the science fiction, fantasy, and horror movie guide
- Images in the dark : an encyclopedia of gay and lesbian film and video
- Leonard Maltin's classic movie guide
- VideoHound's war movies : classic conflict on film