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Friday, April 15, 2011
Scream 4: If you couldn't believe the shocker ending from those previous three attempts we've given at this, you won't believe this one! Odds are they're going to kill a major character, or make that major character the killer. Pretty much the only alternative left to the series unless they intend on doing another "this is how it all started" spin that's sucked this series dry. Then again, they did kill of Liev Schreiber... YOU NEVER KILL THE SCHREIBER!!!! NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry, I got a bit worked up there... NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *goes into a corner and spends the next few hours weeping*
Rio: Hey look it's cute flying animals with the one that can't fly being all goofy! Oh you silly little wanimal, being oh so silly willy bidilly. Seriously, I'm reaching the boiling point on quasi-family, family animated films. I feel like I could use a good year off to just recollect and go dive into some classics before I'm unable to process the differences between them at all. The formula has just become way too plain, and those who don't see it seem to bomb epically in every way except box office results. To be honest it's just disheartening.
The Conspirator: Signs your indie film isn't all that great: You're directed by a big name. Robert Redford - check. You feature several big name stars. James McAvoy, Tom Wilkinson, Danny Huston, Evan Rachel Wood... Justin Long and Alexis Bledel (just go with it) - check. Nobody has heard of you, and you've had not discernible marketing done on your behalf. Check and check. Well, to those who seek this one out, best of luck to you.
Other Releases: Atlas Shrugged Part 1, Armadillo, The Princess of Montper, Footprints, and The Double Hour
Well, there you have it. This weekend's menu from which you get to make your selection. Bon Appetit.