Our most anticipated films of 2013

“The Great Gatsby” May 10

“Now you see me” May 31

“Star Trek: into darkness” May 17

“Lone Ranger” Jul. 3

“Despicable Me 2” Jul. 3 

“Romeo and Juliet” Jul. 26

“Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2” Sep. 23

“Thor 2” Nov. 8

“Catching Fire, Hunger Games 2” Nov. 22

“The Hobbit: the desolation of Smaug” Dec. 13




Our favorite movies & tv shows



1) The Star wars saga

2) The Lord of the Rings saga

3) Penelope (starring Christina Ricci and James McAvoy)

4) Pride and Prejudice (starring Kiera Knightley and Matthew McFayden)

5) Bright Star (starring Abbey Cornish)


1) Sherlock (starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman)

2) Doctor Who (starring David Tennant and Billie Piper, later Matt smith and Karen Gillan)

3) Downton Abbey (starring Hugh Bonneville)

4) Cranford (starring Judi Dench)

5) Return to Cranford (starring Judi Dench, introducing Tom Hiddleston)



1) Much ado about Nothing (starring Kenneth Branaugh and Emma Thompsen)

2) Brothers Grimm (starring Heath Ledger and Matt Damon)

3) That thing you do! (starring Tom Hanks and Liv Tyler)

4) Wuthering Heights (starring Tom Hardy)

5) Thor (starring Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Portman and Tom hiddleston)

Honorable mention: Treasure Planet and Emporer’s New Groove


1) Sherlock (starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman)

2) Lorna Doone (starring Aiden Gillen and Andrew Coyle)

3) Doctor Who (starring Matt Smith and Karen Gillan)

4) Larkrise to Candleford (starring Julia Sawahla)

5) 48 hrs Mystery (or any type of crime show)

6) Psych (starring James Roday, Dule Hill, and Corbin Bernsen)

7) Alice (starring Caterina Scorsone and Andrew Lee Potts, premiered on the SyFy channel on 2010)