BURBANK, Calif. (AP) -- Colin Farrell likes the kind of movie work he's been doing lately. He says he's pleased with where his career is right now. He's got a supporting role in the Oscar-buzzed "Saving Mr. Banks," and the lead in the reunion of key principals from "A Beautiful Mind" for "Winter's Tale." He says an actor usually can only choose from what's presented to him, but he's "enjoying the work more and more every year." Farrell says he was moved by both "Banks" and "Tale" just by reading them. In "Winter's Tale" he plays a man who is separated from the love of his life and whisked some 100 years into the future.