It’s a movie called Cocaine Bear.
The period drama Call Jane should be frighteningly timely, given that the subject matter has become highly relevant and topical again, but instead it’s little more than a well-meaning misfire that tries and fails to make any meaningful impact.
Although certainly not without its sinister charms, Brightburn is a forgettable blend of fantasy and horror, based on a premise that can be summed up in a single sentence and a film that follows woefully oblivious characters as they piece together something the audience can figure out mere seconds into the story.
Four Canadians are among the 29 semi-finalists in the running for the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl competition, which has a grand prize of $1 million dollars and a dream job with Universal Pictures, and they have just one week left to see if they make it into the top 10.
How much can a fan really expect from a film that is half of a novel’s story arc, and was made by the same director who brought us Constantine and I Am Legend?
Considering the legion of fans who have been awaiting The Hunger Games movie, based on Suzanne Collins’ hit novel, there’s enough anticipation for this soon-to-be adored film that you could probably cut the tension with a (throwing) knife, but there’s lots of good news for fans. Better still, you don’t even need to be a teenager, or a fan, to enjoy this tense action-adventure.
New arrivals in theatres this weekend include: the comedy Our Idiot Brother, starring Paul Rudd as a hapless hippy; the action extravaganza Colombiana, starring Zoe Saldana; plus the horror film, Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark with Guy Pearce and Katie Holmes.
This is it, Harry Potter fans. Opening in theatres everywhere, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will dominate the weekend box office as kids and adults alike head out to see the penultimate chapter in J.K. Rowling’s massive wizarding franchise. Plus, a look at The Next Three Days starring Russell Crowe, and new films arriving next Wednesday, November 24.
Veteran actor and sometimes tough-guy Liam Neeson takes on a different role this week as a former military man leaping into a fight with European criminals who have abducted his daughter in the film, Taken. Also out this week, but far less praiseworthy, Renée Zellweger stars in the romantic comedy New in Town, while Elizabeth Banks plays a woman with evil intentions in The Uninvited.
This week, Kevin Smith debuts his latest comedy, Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Clint Eastwood‘s tense drama, Changeling, opens in a few more theatres this weekend, plus, Guy Ritchie‘s RocknRolla opens across the country, as well as, The Haunting of Molly Hartley, and The Other End of the Line.