Texas Chainsaw 3D
Starring: Alexandra Daddario, Scott Eastwood
Yes another Texas Chainsaw movie. I for one think that it’s become a bit redundant with these movies. It’s time to come up with another storyline.
Starring: Sean Penn (The Tree of Life), Ryan Gosling (The Ides of March), Josh Brolin (Men in Black III), Emma Stone (The Amazing Spider-man)
Mickey Cohen (Penn) is taking over the city and the police can’t stop him. Until a group of former cops band together to take him down.
Have been looking forward for a long time and was a little disappointed when it was moved, but completely understood the reasoning. The movie is packed with actors that I enjoy and it’s got all the elements of a great movie: action, drama, romance, with just a touch of comedy.
Starring: Jessica Chastain (Lawless), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (TV’s ‘Game of Thrones’), Megan Charpentier, Isabelle Nelisse
Two sisters (Charpentier, Nelisse) were abandoned by their mother for five years. After they are found, they move in with their Uncle Lucas (Coster-Waldau) and his wife (Chastain) but they find that the girls are more broken then they think.
Creepy movie. This is the first thought that came into my head after seeing the trailer. Then, ‘it reminds me of The Ring’. Whether or not these things are true remains to be seen, but I do like the concept and if done right, it might make a good movie.
Starring: Mark Wahlberg (Ted), Russell Crowe (Les Miserables), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Rock of Ages)
A private eye, an ex-cop (Wahlberg), finds himself in trouble after helping the mayor (Crowe) catch his wife cheating (Zeta-Jones)
This is going to be one of those films with a lot of twists and turns, the trailer pretty much tells us this much. The casting looks to be spot on, but of course only time can tell with this. I think it’s going to be a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters
Starring: Jeremy Renner (Bourne Legacy), Gemma Arterton (Prince of Persia: Sands of Time), Famke Janssen (Taken 2)
Based on the children’s story about Hansel and Gretel, but with a twist. Brother and sister Hansel (Renner) and Gretel (Arterton) are not the two little kids that get lost in the woods. They are the two kids out looking for those witches and stopping at nothing to take them down.
Initially when I heard of this movie, it sounded very interesting, but after watching the trailer, I changed my mind. The trailer is meant to captivate you and want to make you watch the movie, but it did the opposite for me. I couldn’t get into it and I doubt that seeing the full length will change my opinion.
Starring: Halle Berry (Cloud Atlas), Kieran Culkin (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), Emma Stone (The Amazing Spider-man), Dax Shepherd (Hit and Run)
This is the first movie where I have no idea what the movie is about and I don’t care. I was cracking up in just the 2-minute trailer. I can only imagine what will happen seeing the whole thing. From what I gathered from the trailer, it looks like it’s making fun of ensemble films (kind of like the Scary Movie series) and that’s ok with me, because I think ensemble movies are not good films.
Starring: Jason Statham (The Expendables 2), Jennifer Lopez (What to Expect When You’re Expecting), Michael Chiklis (Eagle Eye)
A master thief named Parker (Statham) wants to be hired by a mob boss (Chiklis) to perform a job, but he declines and the boss kills him, or so he thinks. A few years later, Parker wants to get revenge on the man who brought him down.
It’s what I like to call a typical Jason Statham movie. A lot of action, some butt kicking, and of course a love interest. I expect this one to be as entertaining as his others. So basically, this will be a movie for those that are fans of Jason Statham.