3D animated owls. Part of me just wants to shuffle this movie under the rug with all the other children’s fare that we’ve seen at the theaters. Perhaps see it someday on Netflix when I’m bored. On the other hand, this is Zach Snyder, director of the Dawn of the Dead remake, 300, Watchmen, and next year’s Sucker Punch (which does look totally wicked). That alone has me wanting to go see this in the theater. Plus, you know, 3D.
The Virginity Hit:
Two weeks, two films about virginity. Easy A, to me, looked to be the better of the two films. I’m not a huge fan of the mockumentary form of film unless it is done really well, and I’d rather watch them at home instead of at the theater. So, this one gets a pass from me for now, but I’ll probably see it when it is available through streaming on Netflix.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps:
Everything old is new again. I’ll give these people props though, instead of remaking Wall Street they are doing a sequel. I enjoyed the original, and despite the presence of Shia LaBeouf this movie actually looks like it might be pretty good. Not $10 in the theater good, but I’ll definitely catch this on Netflix when it is available.
The only film this week I’ve already seen, You Again is the story of a girl, Marni, who survived high school and a bully, Joanna, only to have her older brother be marrying that bully eight years later. And if that isn’t enough, it turns out that Marni’s mother, Gail, was a high school rival of Joanna’s aunt, Ramona. The twist being that while Marni was the loser of her generation, Gail was the winner of her’s. It was a pretty funny movie, and I think women will definitely enjoy it more than men. I’m not sure I’d want to spend $10 to see this, but I think I’d be happy if I’d seen it at matinée or early bird prices.