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: Thursday February 14, 2008 Genre: Comedy/Romance Director: Adam Brooks Studio: Universal Pictures Producer(s): Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan Screenplay: Adam Brooks Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Isla Fisher, Derek Luke Official Site:definitelymaybemovie.com Rating:PG-13 for sexual content, including some frank dialogue language and smoking Available Poster Art:Definitely Maybe movie posters
Synopsis: Ryan Reynolds stars as Will Hayes, a 30-something Manhattan dad in the midst of a divorce when his 10 year-old daughter, Maya (Abigail Breslin), starts to question him about his life before marriage. Maya wants to know absolutely everything about how her parents met and fell in love.
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.
A lot of new releases this week. Just click on the corresponding links to purchase the movie posters:
Trade (Drama/Thriller) – Kevin Kline plays a Texas cop who finds out that he may have had a daughter who was trafficked some years ago. In the course of his investigation, he meets a young boy (Mexican actor Cesar Ramos) from Mexico City whose 13-year-old sister (Mexican actress Paulina Gaitan) has been kidnapped. They go on a quest to save the Mexican girl, who is befriended by Jovovich, a young Russian woman who thinks she is coming to the U.S. to become a nanny, but is instead enslaved in Mexico.
Cast: Kevin Kline, Alicja Bachleda-Curus, Paulina Gaitan, Kathleen Gati; Directed by: Marco Kreuzpaintner
Nines (Thriller) – A troubled actor, a television show runner, and an acclaimed videogame designer find their lives intertwining in mysterious and unsettling ways.
Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Hope Davis, Elle Fanning; Directed by: John August
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The Invasion (Sci-fi/Thriller) – “The Invasion” tells the story of a mysterious epidemic that alters the behavior of human beings. When a Washington D.C. psychiatrist (Nicole Kidman) discovers the epidemic’s origins are extraterrestrial, she must fight to protect her son, who may hold the key to stopping an imminent invasion.
Cast: Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, Jeremy Northam, Jackson Bond, Jeffrey Wright, Veronica Cartwright, Malin Akerman, Q-Tip, Alexis Raben; Directed by: Oliver Hirschbiegel
Feel the Noise (Drama) – “Feel the Noise” concerns a talented 21-year-old from the South Bronx whose dreams of hip-hop stardom are dashed when a run-in with local thugs forces him to hide in Puerto Rico with the father he never knew.
Daddy Day Camp (Comedy) – A follow-up to the Eddie Murphy comedy. Cuba Gooding Jr. is put in charge of a summer day camp.
Cast: Cuba Gooding Jr., Paul Rae, Lochlyn Munro, Richard Gant, Buck Hinton, Spencir Bridges, Josh McLerran, Talon G. Ackerman, Tamala Jones, Brian Doyle-Murray, Taggart Hurtubise, Tad D’Agostino, Bart Johnson, Tyger Rawlings, Molly Jepson, Dallin Boyce; Directed by: Fred Savage
King of California (Comedy) – A young girl’s teenage years are complicated by an eccentric and manic-depressive father who becomes obsessed with his belief that there’s buried treasure in the San Fernando Valley.
Cast: Michael Douglas, Evan Rachel Wood; Directed by: Mike Cahill
The King of Kong (Documentary) – A middle-school science teacher and a hot sauce mogul vie for the Guinness World Record on the arcade classic, Donkey Kong.
Cast: Walter Day, Billy Mitchell, Todd Rogers, Steve Sanders; Directed by: Seth Gordon
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The Comebacks (Comedy) – Champ Fields is known as the unluckiest coach in the history of sports. After being forced into an early retirement, he’s given one last shot at greatness. Unfortunately, Champ is hired to coach The Comebacks, a talentless, slightly deranged college football team with a laughable roster and an even worse record. Armed with questionable morals, and weak players, Champ sets out to bring this team of losers together and make the impossible happen, win a game.
Cast: David Koechner, Carl Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, Brooke Nevin, Jackie Long, Jesse Garcia; Directed by: Tom Brady