September 2009 Forecast

By Tim Briody via Twitter

September 4, 2009

It turns out that he did not, in fact, have the gear for everything.

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Editor's note: For reasons that he cannot quite explain, Tim was only able to transmit his September forecast via Twitter. We tried to stop him but he kept sending them. These were all actual tweets, formatted to look more presentable here. Yell at him at @othertim.

@BoxOfficeProph September forecast? Okay then. I'm tweeting all of these to you by the way so you're just going to have to live with it.

10. All About Steve

After her biggest hit in The Proposal, Sandra Bullock crashes back to Earth. She's a trooper, she'll bounce back.

9. 9

Because I enjoy irony. And isn't there a film called Nine coming out soon? Doesn't anyone have an original idea anymore? Sheesh.

8. Sorority Row

May be too soon after the Final Destination/Halloween double feature, but you never know with these audiences.


7. Fame

It's been a movie, a television show, a musical and now has come full circle as a movie. It's a concept that will live forever!

6. Gamer

The filmmakers are so out of touch. No gamer looks like Gerard Butler, they only wish they did. Big over Labor Day, then poof.

5. The Informant!

I'm intrigued but at the same time also frightened by Matt Damon's mustache. Seems too high concept for most viewers.

4. Surrogates

Bruce Willis, robots, comic book adaptation. What could possibly go wrong? Other than that it can really suck.

3. Jennifer's Body

I honestly don't get the Megan Fox thing myself, but apparently I'm alone in that. I'll take Amanda Seyfried any day.

2. Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself

I bet Tyler Perry hates Twitter because his movie titles eat up half his character limit.

1. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

Because I will enjoy adults constantly saying "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs." Also, it's in 3-D.



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