You cannot miss it!
This old guy always has something to surprise us with. I do believe he’s one of the most talented and unusual directors the world of cinematography has ever seen. This time Woody Allen presents us with a funny and wise comedy, meditation on love, in all its romance, exhilaration, heartache, and elusive mystery. In other words, it’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona hitting theatres tomorrow.
The film is about two young American women, Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson) and their amorous escapades in Barcelona. These two young ladies have completely different attitudes towards love. Vicky is sensible and engaged to a respectable young man. Cristina is sexually and emotionally uninhibited, perpetually searching for a passion that will sweep her off her feet.
Cutie Javier Bardem stars as a handsome painter, and Penelope Cruz plays his ex-wife. The painer suggests the girls to fly with him for a weekend trip to the provincial town to explore the cultural wonders, drink fine wine, and make love together. Nice proposal… Eventually, the trip ends up with a hot love triangle (remember that hugely-discussed kiss between Johansson and Cruz?)
Vicky Cristina Barcelona isn’t the film opening this Friday. There’s a wide range of flicks to choose from to enjoy in the nearest movie. Let’s check animated movies first.
Fly Me to the Moon is described as the first ever animated movie created for 3D. The film is about three young houseflies that hide aboard the Apollo 11 to fly to the moon. This animated adventure stars the voices of Christopher Lloyd, Kelly Ripa, Ed Begley Jr., Tim Curry and Buzz Aldrin as himself.
And of course… Star Wars: The Clone Wars. This time it’s George Lucas’ animated adventure of Jedis Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi as prelude to a TV cartoon series. Skywalker and his Padawan learner Ahsoka Tano find themselves on a mission with far-reaching consequences, one that brings them face-to-face with crime lord Jabba the Hutt.
Meanwhile, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Master Yoda lead the massive clone army on the front lines of the Clone Wars.
Wild Child is a story about a spoiled American teen (Emma Roberts, Nancy Drew) who’s sent to an English boarding school and where she has to fight with the strict regime and haughty Brit girls whose rigidly-enforced hierarchy rates her as the lowest of the low.
Sounds kinda familiar, right? Remember Mean Girls?
And I just can’t miss this one.
Mirrors with Kiefier Sutherland and Amy Smart Patton star in a horror thriller about a department store whose mirrors “seem to bring out the worst in people.”
Ex NY cop (Sutherland) working as security at a mall discovers something happening in the mirrors of a department store. He has to battle evil forces in mirrors as they endanger both him and his family. Mirrors take him to a hospital and to a schizophrenic patient’s evil spirit trapped in a mirrored room.
So, let’s sum up, a comedy, a thriller, teen movie and animation… Make your own list of priorities!
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