reviewthat: (Movies: Don't Judge a Book By Its Movie)
Movie: Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows, Part 2
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Ralph Fiennes, Maggie Smith, Alan Rickman, and Matthew Lewis.
Released Nationwide: July 15, 2011
Stars: 3

This is the second half of the book of the same name. In this last film, Harry must face Lord Voldemort to make sure that Voldemort cannot take over the world, or harm anyone else.

Here there be spoilers )
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Movie: Sucker Punch
Starring: Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens and Jamie Chung.
Released Nationwide: March 25, 2011
Stars: 2

After the death of her mother, and the accidental killing of her sister, Baby Doll is committed into an insane asylum by her step-father. Once inside, she begins putting together a plan to help her escape.

Here there be spoilers )

Skip this one, unless you want to check out the fight scenes, and then, wait until it comes out on Red Box.
reviewthat: (Movies: I Love Movies)
Movie: Red Riding Hood
Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Shiloh Fernandez and Michael Shanks
Opened Nationwide: March 11, 2011
Stars: 4

This is a dark fantasy and reinterpretation of the folktale of Little Red Riding Hood.

Here there be spoilers )

I'd say to check it out, even if it means going to see it at full price.
reviewthat: (Movies: I Love Movies)
Movie: Season of the Witch
Starring: Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman
Opened Nationwide: January 7, 2011
Stars: 1

Season of the Witch is the story of a young girl who is accused (by the church) of being a witch. As a result of the "confession" in which she was "assisted" into giving (by a church representative), she is to be brought to a group of monks to decide her fate. Enlisted to assist in bringing her to the said monks are Behmen (played by Nicolas Cage) and Felson (played by Ron Perlman), who are military deserters during the Crusaides.

Here there be spoilers )

All in all, I'd say to skip it.
reviewthat: (Movies: Reel & Popcorn)
Movie: Gulliver's Travels
Starring: Jack Black, Jason Segel, Emily Blunt
Opened Nationwide: December 25, 2010
Stars: 2

In this big screen interpretation of the book Gulliver's Travels, we meet up with Gulliver, a mail room worker of a major corporation who has no ambition to go anywhere in his life. But in his attempt to try and impress the woman he has a crush on, he accepts an assignment to write a travel column about the Bermuda Triangle. While out trying to get information for the article, he finds himself in the land of the Liliputs, where he lies about who he is so that he can impress them.

Here there be spoilers )

I'd say either skip it, or wait until you can find it in Redbox.


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