What to Look for in 2010

Invicutus (February)

This moving, must see film, takes place in 1994 with the election of Nelson Mandela that marks the end of Apartheid. South Africa remains in turmoil, however, so Mandela turns to sports to help solve the country's problems.

Sherlock Holmes (February)

Robert Downey Jr. portrays this famous detective and takes you along with him on his adventures in XIXth century London. Jude Law as sidekick Dr. Watson completes this perfectly cast duo.

Alice in Wonderland (April)

Want to go on an adventure? This film follows 19-year-old Alice, who travels back to the fantasy world she once was as a child, and discovers that she is destined for big things: like ending the Queen’s reign.   


Twilight - Chapitre 3 : hésitation (July)

The worldwide Twilight phenomenon is back this summer with the third installation. Will Bella continues to be caught in her werewolf versus vampire love triangle. Will she be able to choose between Edward and Jacob? If you haven’t read the books, you will have to wait until July to see!

Music Albums

Spoon: Transference (January 18)

The highly anticipated follow-up album to 2007’s Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga. It’s a mix of some songs you may have heard before, along with seven newbies.  

Alizee: Une Enfant du siecle (January)

Alizee’s comeback is slated for early 2010. Her newest album will reflect a style that’s very different from her previous albums, and have a more mature sound.  

Christina Aguilera: Light and Darkness (early 2010)

The blonde who can belt promises her new album to have something for everyone’s taste. There is still no confirmed release date, but it is said to make [people] feel good, especially during the toughest of times.