Sping Highlights

26 02 2007

Zodiac (March 2)
David Fincher long-awaited follow-up to Panic Room, is promised to be a probbing and intense look at one of America’s most notorious serial killers. With an all star cast that consist of Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo, Zodiac has the makings of becoming this year’s hottest suspense ticket.
Black Snake Moan (March 2)
A interesting concept and very conrtoversial topic make Black Snake Moan this Spring’s wild card. Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci will hopefully make this characters more than two-dimensional stereotypes. This could be the early break out indie movie, but we’ll have to wait and see if audiences take a bite.
300 (March 9)
The most amazing movie trailer in a long while, 300 promises to be a non-stop sensory overload. Director Zack Snyder
coming off the surprise success of 2004’s Dawn of the Dead, appears he might have another huge hit on his hands. Blending history and fantasy with a plethora of unique characters is sure to make 300 an undenieable treat.
Sunshine (March 16)
Danny Boyle is a director not bound by genre as with Sunshine he tackles a futuristic science-fiction thrill ride. Boyle catalog of work includes druggy-drama Trainspotting, a zombie overrun U.K. in 28 Days Later and the family-friendly Millions. In this movie he reteams with Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later, Red Eye, Batman Begins) to tell the story of a group of scientist sent 50-years into the future to reignite our dying sun.
Blades of Glory (March 30)
Will Ferrell, Will Ferrell … and Will Ferrell. Blades of Glory finds funnyman tackling the world of competitive figure skating. After his stint in the newsroom (Anchorman), one of Santa’s little helpers (Elf) and a dimwitted NASCAR driver (Talladega Nights), this has the promise of being his funniest role yet.
The Wind That Shakes the Barley (March 16)
A slow moving drama about two brothers on opposite sides of the political barrier. The Wind that Shakes the Barley was the 2006 Cannes Palme d’Or beating Babel, Volver and Pan’s Labyrinth, which indicates the little drama could be a surprise hit with audiences looking for an engaging drama.
Grindhouse (April 6)
Two movies for the price of one, Tarrantino and Rodriguez are  bringing back old school B-movies into the spotlight. Both movies look to be filled with sex, violence and gore and what more can an audience ask for. But, don’t worry it all will be done with remarkable style.
Hot Fuzz (April 20)
The whole entire gang behind Shaun of the Dead is back and from the trailers Hot Fuzz looks even funnier than its predecessor. There is nothing like a bit of dry humor and a tad of slapstick.




2 responses

26 02 2007

good picks but where is the nanny diaries

26 02 2007



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