Saturday, 24 September 2011

Upcoming Releases 30/9/11


Director: John Singleton

Stars: Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins, Alfred Molina

Story: A thriller about a young man who tries o find the truth about where is came from after finding a baby photo on a missing persons website.
Thoughts: A thriller with hints of a conspiracy, which is always good to see. Taylor Lautner steps out of the Twilight franchise lets see how he does as a solo lead. Looks like it has some good action scenes may well be worth a watch. 

Want to see 3.5/5


The Debt

Director: John Madden

Stars: Helen Mirren Sam Worthington, Tom Wilkinson,

Story: A tale of two missions on in the 60s where secret agents Rachel, Stefan and David track down a Nazi war criminal and one set in 1997 where the older version of these characters learn they may not have completed the original mission.
Thoughts: This thriller looks like a good one filled with lots of twists and turns. The action looks entertaining without it being over the top should be one for all action thriller fans.

Want to see 4/5


Red State

Director: Kevin Smith

Stars: Michael Parks, Melissa Leo, John Goodman

Story: A group of teens receive an online invitation for sex, though they soon encounter fundamentalists with a much more sinister agenda
Thoughts: I really don’t know what to make of this one the director usually gives solid movies but I have not seen a horror done by him. I think it looks like a good horror thriller will be interesting to see how other react to it.

Want to see 2.5/5


Shark Night 3D

Director: David R. Ellis

Stars: Sara Paxton, Dustin Milligan, Chris Carmack

Story: A weekend away to a lake house turns into a nightmare when the tourists come under attack by sharks.
Thoughts: The Final Destination director will surely give us another blood bath movie here adding in the 3D side should add to jumps. This will be one for all horror fans but a hot weekend away will easily advertise to the younger generations.

Want to see 3.5/5


Director: Lars Von Trier

Stars: Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland

Story: Two sisters relationship is pushed further when a mysterious planet threatens to collide with Earth
Thoughts: This Sci-Fi drama is one I have been looking forward to for a while now, the idea seems like something worth watch and again the director usually delivers something people talk about. Kirsten Dunst also won best actress at the Cannes Film Festival for her role. I would suggest a watch to anyone who likes some form of mystery movie.

Want to see 5/5

What’s Your Number?

Director: Mark Mylod

Stars: Anna Faris, Chris Evans, Ari Graynor

Story: A Woman looks back at her last twenty relationships and wonders if one was her true love.
Thoughts: Sounds like a chick flick alert. Anna Faris can get some easy laughs in her movies so the comedy should flow well, It will be interesting to see how much they play the love card because you can’t go wrong with a good love story.

Want to see 2/5


The Woman

Director: Lucky McKee

Stars: Carlee Baker, Sean Bridges, Angela Bettis

Story: A country lawyer puts his family at risk by bring home a wild woman and trying to make her civil.

Rating 72%

Pick of the week: Melancholia.
Date movies of the week: Abduction or What your Number?
Scare of the week: Shark Night 3D

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