For Colored Girls: (official site)
As always, I remain not a fan of Tyler Perry’s work. Â I’m sure other people like it, they must since he keeps on making movies, but it just isn’t for me. Â If it’s your thing though, I’m certain it’ll be worth the money to see it in the theater.
Megamind: (official site)
Animated kids movies are all the rage. Â Seriously. Â When I was growing up I don’t recall there being so many. Â Maybe I was too busy buying tickets for Transformers: The Movie and seeing Aliens instead. Â And every single animated kids movie is in 3D. Â This certainly looks like a lot of fun though. Â I may not catch it on the big screen or in 3D, but I’ll definitely watch this the first chance I get.
Due Date: (official site)
In Hollywood, movies are often pitched by shorthand. Â You say, “This movie is like Die Hard, only it happens on the Goodyear Blimp!” or something like, “It’s like Steel Magnolias meets The Godfather!” Â I imagine the pitch for this film as being, “It’s as if Planes, Trains & Automobiles and The Hangover had a baby!” Â And if that was the pitch, if that was the intent, then this movie delivers. Â Two guys traveling cross country together. Â One just wants to get home to his wife for the birth of their kid, and the other is going the same way, is a little weird, and really wants to be friends. Â And the whole story is told with the comedic style and tone of The Hangover. Â I got to see a screening of this last week…. I laughed. Â I cried (with laughter). Â I wet my pants (when I laughed so hard I peed, just a little). Â To say that I loved it would be an understatement. Â It was fantastic. Â Well worth your hard earned dollars.