It’s a good week to be a movie fan. Only two movies are opening as wide releases. One is a comedy intended for adult audiences, one is a movie meant for families, and that’s usually a pretty bad sign. Movies that come out with no competition aren’t typically the best films, but this week there’s a big exception.
Tough guys, repo men and bounty hunters abound, but it’s one wimpy kid that’s really drawing critics in this week. The ridiculous and whimsical takes the stage over the dreary and dreadful. Continue reading to find about all of this week's releases.
A pair of movies hit the theaters this week. Both promise a new and interesting take on an old story, and both feature acclaimed directors working with their favorite actors. The combination of experience and creativity should make this weekend an exciting one for movie lovers.
A pair of movies comes out this week, one is a horror movie remake directed Michael Eisner’s son and the other by a man that directed one of the most beloved and critically lauded independent movies of all time. Believe it or not, Eisner’s kid did good.