Release date: Friday March 14, 2008 Genre: Crime/Drama Running time: 125 min. Director: Gavin O’Connor Studio: New Line Cinemas Producer(s): Greg O’Connor Screenplay: Gavin O’Connor, Joe Carnahan Cast: Colin Farrell, Edward Norton, Samantha Morton, Jennifer Ehle, Jon Voight, Noah Emmerich Official Site:prideandglorymovie.com Rating:This film has not yet been rated Available Poster Art: Pride and Glory movie posters
Synopsis: Edward Norton and Colin Farrell star in “Pride and Glory,” an authentic, gritty and emotional portrait of the New York City Police Department. The film follows a multi-generational police family whose moral code is tested when one of two sons on the force investigates an incendiary case involving his older brother and brother-in-law. The case forces the family to choose between their loyalties to one another and their loyalties to the department.
Release date: Friday March 21, 2008 Genre: Comedy Director: Steven Brill Studio: Paramount Pictures Producer(s): Donna Arkoff Roth, Judd Apatow, Susan Arnold Screenplay: Kristofor Brown, Seth Rogen Cast: Owen Wilson, Troy Gentile, David Dorfman, Nate Hartley, Alex Frost, Leslie Mann, Josh Peck Official site:drillbittaylor.com Rating:PG-13 for Crude sexual references throughout, strong bullying, language, drug references and partial nudity. Available Poster Art: Drillbit Taylor movie posters
Synopsis: After being harrased by a school bully, two teenagers hire a former soldier of fortune (Wilson) as a bodyguard, only to find out that he has his own agenda.
Release date: Thursday February 14, 2008 Genre: Drama Director: Jon M. Chu Studio: Touchstone Pictures Producer(s): Jennifer Gibgot, Patrick Wachsberger Screenplay: Toni Ann Johnson, Karan Barna Cast: Briana Evigan, Robert Hoffman, Telisa Shaw, Will Kemp, Adam G. Sevani Official Sitemyspace.com Rating:PG 13 Available Poster Art:Step Up 2 the Streets movie posters
Synopsis: Set at the Maryland School of the Arts, the story follows revolves around dance student Patrick (Hoffman) and rebellious new student Andie (Evigan).
Sequel to the 2006 film “Step Up” about a privileged ballet dancer attending Baltimore’s ultra-elite Maryland School of the Arts.
Release date: Friday March 28, 2008 Genre: Action Director: Robert Luketic Studio: Columbia Pictures Sony Producer(s): Dana Brunetti, Kevin Spacey, Michael De Luca Screenplay: Peter Steinfeld, Allan Loeb Cast: Jim Sturgess, Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne, Kevin Spacey Official Site:21-movie.com Rating :PG-13 for some violence, and sexual content including partial nudity Available Poster Art:21 movie posters
Synopsis: “21,” based on Ben Mezrich’s best-selling nonfiction book “Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six M.I.T. Students Who Took Vegas for Millions,” revolves around a group of young men who become experts in the art of card counting.
Some excellent movies opening this weekend including the kick ass Rambo action flick. Just click on the corresponding links to purchase the movie posters:
Rambo (Action) – Twenty years after the last film in the series, Rambo (in Thailand) and some hired mercenaries set out to rescue some missing aid workers, who are being held captive in a Burmese village.
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Julie Benz, Matthew Marsden, Graham McTavish, Jake La Botz; Directed by: Sylvester Stallone
Meet the Spartans (Comedy) – After successfully skewering Hollywood’s scariest movie (as two of the writers on “Scary Movie”), romantic comedy franchises (“Date Movie”), and Hollywood blockbusters ( “Epic Movie”), writers/directors/producers Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer now set their sights on “300.” The heroic Leonidas, armed with nothing by leather underwear and a cape, leads a ragtag group of 13 – count ‘em, 13! — Spartans to defend their homeland against the invading Persians (whose ranks include Ghost Rider, Rocky Balboa, the Transformers, and a hunchbacked Paris Hilton).
Cast: Michael Arnona, Diedrich Bader, Ike Barinholtz, Briana Barran, Natasha Blasick ; Directed by: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (Drama) – During the course of one day in 1987 in Communist Romania, Otilia helps her friend and roommate Gabita to get a late-term abortion done (at that time, any sort of abortion, as well as any kind of contraceptive were illegal in Romania). The film is very realistic and shows the rough and gritty situation in which the girls, particularly Otilia, must make decisions and deal with their consequences. Not for the faint of heart.
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Michael Clayton (Re-release) – “Michael Clayton is a 45-year-old attorney who feels that he hasn’t done everything that he could have done with his life; he’s starting to think he should have done something else, or could have done better,” says writer-director Tony Gilroy. “He’s made some bad choices and a lot of compromises. He has come to the point in life where his next few decisions will determine everything about him.
Cast: George Clooney, Tom Wilkinson, Tilda Swinton, Sydney Pollack, Jennifer Ehle, Michael O’Keefe, Ken Howard; Directed by: Tony Gilroy
How She Move (Drama/Musical) – Bursting with raw talent and intelligence, Raya Green (WESLEY), the daughter of Jamaican immigrants, has always been the family’s one great hope. She won the rare chance to break out of their drug and crime-infested neighborhood when she was accepted into the exclusive Seaton Academy. But when her sister dies of an overdose, the family is shattered and Raya is forced to return to the place she tried so hard to escape.
Cast: Tracey Armstrong, Clé Bennett, David Carmon, Keyshia Cole; Directed by: Ian Iqbal Rashid
Release date: Friday June 20, 2008 Genre: Action/Comedy Director: Peter Segal Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures Producer(s): Alex Gartner, Andrew Lazar, Charles Roven, Michael Ewing Screenplay: Tom J. Astle, Matt Ember Cast: Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Alan Arkin, Terence Stamp, Terry Crews, David Koechner, James Caan, Masi Oka, Nate Torrence, Kenneth Davitian Official Site:getsmartmovie.com Rating:PG-13 for some rude humor, action violence and language Available Poster Art: Get Smart movie posters
Synopsis: In the all-new action comedy “Get Smart,” Maxwell Smart (Steve Carell) is on a mission to thwart the latest plot for world domination by the evil crime syndicate known as KAOS.
Release date: Friday February 8, 2008 (Limited: Select Cities) Genre: Comedy/Action Running time: 107 min. Director: Martin McDonagh Studio: Focus Features Producer(s): Graham Broadbent, Peter CzerninScreenplay: Martin McDonagh Cast: Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Ralph Fiennes, Clémence Poésy, Jérémie Rénier Official Site:filminfocus.com Rating:R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language and some drug use Available Poster Art: In Bruges movie posters
Synopsis: Mr. McDonagh makes his feature directorial debut on the film, from his own original screenplay. His plays (which include The Lieutenant of Inishmore and The Pillowman) have brought him two Olivier Awards and four Tony Award nominations. He wrote and directed Six Shooter, starring Brendan Gleeson, which earned him the 2006 Academy Award for Best Live-Action Short Film.
In Bruges was filmed on location; Bruges (pronounced “broozh”), the most well-preserved medieval city in the whole of Belgium, is a welcoming destination for travellers from all over the world. But for hit men Ray (Colin Farrell) and Ken (Brendan Gleeson), it could be their final destination; a difficult job has resulted in the pair being ordered right before Christmas by their London boss Harry (two-time Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes) to go and cool their heels in the storybook Flemish city for a couple of weeks.