Away We GoThe trailer feels a bit like “Garden State” for the thirtysomething set. And the cast? Maya Rudolph, Allison Janney, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Melanie Lynskey and Catherine O’Hara. Now that is how you properly butter my popcorn, Hollywood.
The TimerAnya! Anya! Anya! The criminally funny Emma Caulfield (who in case you haven’t clued in yet was Anya on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) looks fantastic in this Timex meets true love story. Though, thank God those things don’t actually exist because it would be yet another electronic device I’d have to show my mother how to make stop blinking 12:00.
Paper HeartA cute, geeky, glasses-wearing Asian-American leading actress? Say no more, I’m already there.
Julie & JuliaFine, so this isn’t a romantic comedy per se. And, sure, I’ve already slopped sugar all over this trailer. But it’s got women and food and to me that’s a love story for the ages.
Bonus: Where the Wild Things AreI know you've already seen it, but watch it again. Love is wild. God, I can’t wait.