I passed on going to see The Fog, which got horrible reviews not just from pretentious movie critics but by friends of mine who saw it, and opted instead to go see Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, last night.
What a delightful li'l movie! I felt like a kid all over again, and God knows this kind of positive entertainment is needed during such dramatically dreary times like the ones we live in. Here's a well written review of the film.
There is an amazing attention to detail and this kind of clay animation must be arduous work; it is remarkable what the creators of this film have done to bring this fun sweet world to life. And it's so witty too, all set in jolly ole' England!
Ironically and sadly, lots of the sets and archives from the previous Wallace & Gromit shorts just burned down in a fire at the studios where this fantastic duo is brought to life: news article.
Do yourself a favor and go see this movie. And oh yeah, since I pay attention to that kind of thing, the musical score is very well done too.