August movie night
That’s gonna be a wild fight to win the first prize. I’m not talking about Olympic Games, though I’m really looking forward watching beach valleyball and rhythmic gymnastics this Friday, I’m talking about box office rating for the August 22nd movie premieres.
Let’s start with Death Race, which is actually an updated version of the 1970s Roger Corman film Death Race 2000 that starred Sylvester Stallone and David Carradine. The film tells a story of adrenalized inmates in the post-industrial wasteland of tomorrow who form Death Race, the world’s biggest, most brutal sporting event. Jason Statham plays a three-time speedway champion who’s forced to take part in the race wearing the mask of the mythical driver Frankenstein, a crowd favorite who seems impossible to kill. He’s got the choice – to go and ride or rot away in a cell.
The movie Cthulhu is adapted from a story by H.P. Lovecraft about a young gay history professor Russ who gets back to his mother’s estate and meets with his pal to find out his father’s charismatic leader of a New Age cult. Russ has to deal with murders in the small town and he begins to believe preparations are underway for a mass cult sacrifice.
Playboy Mansion hits big screen. It’s The House Bunny Shelley played by Anna Faris (Scary Movie) who’s kicked out of the Playboy Mansion and who moves in with a sorority Zeta Alpha Zeta and tries to help the girls save their house.
They need Shelley to teach them the ways of makeup and men; at the same time, Shelley needs some of what the Zetas have – a sense of individuality.
Something for kinds, finally. The Long Shots starring Ice Cube and Keke Palmer is a true-story-based flick about the first girl to play Pop Warner football. Jasmine Plummer is an eleven year old girl who made history as the first girl to ever play in the tournament. Ice Cube plays the coach.
A failed actor-turned-worse-high-school-drama-teacher rallies his Tucson, AZ students as he conceives and stages politically incorrect musical sequel to Shakespeare’s Hamlet. That’s basically what Hamlet 2 is about. Politics at school… cool
By the way, talking about politics. And about reasons for concern. And about the US. IOUSA is a documentary film exploring the rapidly growing federal debt and its implication for the United States and its citizens. Director Patrick Creadon creates a non-partisan film that is a tapestry of archival footage, economic data, and candid interviews to paint a vivid and alarming profile of America’s current economic situation.
Creadon follows former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker as he travels across the country in an attempt to explain the U.S.’s unsustainable fiscal policies to the American people. In the conclusion, the film seeks to find ways out and recreate a fiscally sound nation for future generations.
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