I was writing and about to post this when GBAtemp went down, but fortunately I copy/pasted it and saved it for now. So, much like I do Games of the Month, I figured I'd dabble in my other hobby, movies, and do movies of the month! Every month I'll list up notable movies of the month and give my say on them. Rules and such: Warning: Spoilers inside! I only do theatrical, United States releases. No foreign films or straight-to-DVD unless it's exceptional. Movie hype is rated out of five stars. If you want a movie that was not listed, you are free to do a write-up. Just follow the format. Here's my formatting: Warning: Spoilers inside! Code: [center][h]Movie Title[/h] [img]poster.jpg[/img] [b]Release Date:[/b] X [b]Director:[/b] X [b]Starring:[/b] X [b]X out of 5 Stars[/b] [/center] [P]your input here[/P] Wreck-It RalphRelease Date: November 2ndDirector: Rich MooreStarring: John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Sarah Silverman4 out of 5 Stars What many are claiming to be the "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" of video games, it seems like a rather solid animated feature. The plot is that Wreck-It Ralph, a video game villain, no longer wants to be the bad guy and leaves his game in search of one he can finally be the hero in. You've got a solid cast of John C. Reilly (Walk Hard, Stepbrothers) playing Ralph, Jack McBrayer (Kenneth from 30 Rock) playing Fix-It Felix (the hero of Ralph's video game), Jane Lynch (playing herself in everything) as Jane Lynch, and Sarah Silverman (The Sarah Silverman Program, Tom Paris's love interest in a two part episode of Star Trek: Voyager) playing some little girl from a video game world. But I've been waiting for this movie for quite a while and they've done a lot to get tons of video games and references in there, from Qbert to Street Fighter. Check it out. The Man with the Iron FistsRelease Date: November 2ndDirector: RZAStarring: RZA, Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu, Cung Le1 out of 5 Stars As much as I enjoy martial arts flicks, this wire-fu flick doesn't seem too promising. RZA, apparently some rapper from the Wu Tang Clan, is making his directorial debut, which doesn't sound promising honestly. It has a rather decent cast, Cung Le (whose been in a few martial arts flicks like Bodyguards and Assassins and the Tekken live action movie) is a decent martial artist, Lucy Liu cemented herself in the genre with Kill Bill, although Russell Crowe seems a bit of an odd choice and RZA, who knows. Still, there's an array of Japanese/Hong Kong action flicks that can offer the same style but most likely better. SkyfallRelease Date: November 9thDirector: Sam MendesStarring: Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Helen McCrory5 out of 5 Stars It's no secret that I'm a massive James Bond fanatic, and with the recent hype around Skyfall, this is seriously gearing up to be the movie of the year. Early reviews have branded it "The greatest James Bond movie ever" and with a new director and direction away from the Casino Royale/Quantum of Solace era, it's really gearing up to be an amazing movie. If you're a James Bond fan or you just like good action movies, this is the movie to see. LincolnRelease Date: November 9thDirector: Steven SpielbergStarring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Tommy Lee Jones2.5 out of 5 Stars What's gearing up to look like the Oscar bait this year doesn't look that bad. It has returning Oscar-winner and milkshake man Daniel Day-Lewis playing Abraham Lincoln during the outset of the Civil War. It also has some other big names, like recent stars-in-everything actor Joseph Gordon Levitt (Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Looper) and veteran Tommy Lee Jones (Men in Black and about a thousand other things). I generally don't like dry dramas though, biopics like this are no exception, and I can't say I've enjoyed Spielberg's recent work as much as his older works. Still, it's worth a look for some fantastic performances and if you like Oscar bait. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2Release Date: November 16thDirector: Bill CondonStarring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner1 out of 5 Stars Why, you may ask, would you even give this a 1/5 stars? And I answer this with "It's funny as shit." These movies are quite good just in their trainwreck value. I end up getting a ton of solid laughs from it. It's a clusterfuck of mediocre directing, terrible acting, and laughable writing. It's just so bad that any movie buff can enjoy it purely for its terribleness. Sadly though, this will probably be hitting near record-breakers this year like The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises so avoid the theaters like a plague opening weekend.