It’s finally here, Crank: High Voltage. Statham is back to unleash another round of mayhem, murder and debauchery onto the city of LA. There’s also the political thriller “State of Play” with Russell Crowe and a movie that answers the question, “What could be worse than Matthew Perry?” The answer? Zac Efron playing Matthew Perry.
So a pretty slow weekend at the box office with Dragonball and Seth Rogen trying to usurp Paul Blart. Oh and if you’re a tweener then Hannah Montana is out too. I’m pretty sure everyone is just getting out of the way for when Statham steamrolls everything in his path next week with Crank: High Voltage.
You can travel back in time with this week’s new releases. Head back to the 80’s for Adventureland or back to 2001 with Fast and Furious, when the world was first introduced to Vin Diesel. We were all so innocent back then.
This weekend we have Monster vs. Aliens vs. Ghosts vs. John Cena for box office supremacy. Let’s see how they all fared.
This weekend the Nicolas Cage threat level is raised to near Wicker Man levels as Knowing comes out and it’s only a few percentage points above that terror’s freshness. We also have the bromantic comedy I Love You, Man and the spymantic comedy of Duplicity.
Another Friday the 13th and it seems to be bad luck for new movies. The Rock is possibly destroying his career, an absolutely atrocious looking comedy and yet another horror remake are on tap for this weekend. Personally, I’d see Watchmen but let’s see what the critics have to say.
The first big movie of 2009 is out today as the long awaited Watchmen make their way into theaters. Let’s see how the critics took to the adaptation of “the most critically acclaimed graphic novel of all time”.
It’s pretty much a ghost town this week (well, if you’re not a fan of the Jonas Brothers that is) with the only big release being Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun Li. It wasn’t screened for critics (great sign) but here’s the gist of it anyway.
I almost don’t want to write this post but I’m going to cowboy up and get through it. The fact of the matter is that this weekend’s new releases are absolutely atrocious. I highly recommend watching something that already came out but if you really feel the need to watch either one of these here’s […]
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and apparently that means psychotic killers and evil, murderous banks. Don’t worry ladies, Hollywood threw you a token chick flick to even things out a bit. The International Starring: Clive Owen, Naomi Watts Directed by: Tim Tykwer Plot: Interpol Agent Salinger and DA Eleanor Whitman attempt to take down one of […]