The holidays are upon us, and as the year draws to a close a few, final big films slip their way into theatres. This week, check out a hilarious mock music biography, a sequel to Disney’s National Treasure, Tim Burton‘s dark musical, a Cold War drama, and the story of a dead man who points his wife to life after his own death.
This week at a theatre near you, one man fights to survive a world filled with vampires, Alvin and his chipmunk friends bust out some tunes, a teenager deals with her unplanned pregnancy, and a best-selling book gets the big-screen treatment.
Coming to a theatre near you this week, an epic fantasy pushes a young girl into battle to save existence, Keira Knightley stars in another period romance, John Cusack plays a father trying to connect with his children, Guy Ritchie‘s latest gangs and guns film arrives, and Leelee Sobieski pretends to be a dominatrix.
The steady flow of movies slows down a bit this week before the big December rush, but there are a few films headed to theatres this week. If you can stomach it, a new thriller arrives in theatres, plus the many lives of Bob Dylan come to the big screen, Woody Allen debuts his crime melodrama, and a family gets in trouble at the West Edmonton Mall.
Films arriving this week include another creepy Stephen King tale, an action adventure about a hitman, the story of a young man’s musical search for his parents, the modern tale of a princess in Manhattan, a family Christmas movie, and the dysfunctional relationship between two sisters.
New this week, at a theatre near you: English literature’s oldest hero arrives on the big screen, a magical toy shop goes crazy, a man waits a lifetime for his true love, Margot deals with her family issues, and a new drama makes a commentary on the Iraq war.
This week, at a theatre near you: Fred Claus pays a visit to his Saintly brother at the North Pole, Robert Redford returns to the directing chair for a political drama, and a thriller pits a young woman against a psycho in a dark parking garage.
Ridley Scott brings his latest box-office smash to a theatre near you, Jerry Seinfeld returns to the limelight for an animated film about a bee, John Cusack plays a writer who adopts a alien child, and get lost in Tracey’s fragmented world.
The latest Saw movie arrives just in time for Halloween, Steve Carell and Simon Pegg both have new comedies out this week, the remake of the thriller Sleuth brings Michael Caine back to the big screen again, plus there’s a drama starring Kevin Bacon, and a bio pic retelling the life of Joy Division lead singer Ian Curtis.
This week, at a theatre near you: vampires invade Alaska during the long month of night; a hit-and-run leaves a community hunting for answers, and the killer; a man is taken into custody by the U.S. over fears of being a terrorist; a woman comes to terms with the death of her husband with the help of his best friend; and enjoy a Nightmare in 3-D.