One of my old-time fun faves. I've always loved Leslie Nielsen and this one also had Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, and some other favorite actors. If memory serves, Robbie was the model for the robot in the original Lost In Space ("Danger, Will Robinson."
I have Cowboys and Aliens and The Debt coming this week.
Forgot to add that I watched Super 8 this week. It was good, but not as good as I had hoped it would be coming from Steven Spielberg and J J Abrams. Finally got around to the latest Pirates of the Caribbean. Entertaining, but I think the series has more than reached its end date.
I swear there was another movie where a spaceship was made from appliances. Does anyone remember?
Yesterday I watched Cars 2 - what a hoot. Anyway, I start the TV series from Britain, Robin Hood, next. I adore the Merlin series (which starts season three in the US in January on SyFy) that you can stream from Netflix. The same with Robin Hood, but I decided to get the discs.
Conan the Barbarian, the remake. Yeah, yeah, I admit it. I only watched it to see Jason Momoa. :D
This week I watched Our Idiot Brother with the always adorable Paul Rudd and Zoey Deschanel, Emily Mortimer and Elizabeth Banks (doing her best Parker Posey impression) as his exasperated sisters. It was much sweeter than I imagined it would be, based on the trailers.
Also this week was Beginners starring Ewan MacGregor as a man dealing with the death of his father (played by Christopher Plummer) who, after the death of his wife - when he's in his 70's - comes out of the closet. It was incredibly poignant and beautifully acted. I LOVED this movie. Just a lovely little indie.
I've also been making my way through Sons of Anarchy streaming on Netflix. I'm almost through season 1. I can't believe I never got into this show before, but I kind of love being able to obsessively watch all of the episodes in a row!