Since the original became a surprise box office smash hit, I have a feeling that fans will flock to the theaters once again to see the follow-up. The first movie, in the vein of The Blair Witch Project, was dubbed as one of the scariest movies in years and was a critical success as well.
Horror isn't exactly my favorite genre, but sometimes even I can't ignore the hype. What about you — will you be heading to the theater for a good haunting this weekend?
I have a love-hate relationship with the Jackass guys. While many of their antics make me gag, I did laugh at several stunts in the new trailer (you've got to admit that Bam Margera getting knocked by a giant hand is hilarious).
If you can believe it, it's been 10 years since the series first started airing on MTV, so I wonder if its original audience has outgrown the pranksters. Will you be heading to the theater this weekend, or will you opt to sit this one out?
But is the family-friendly movie enough to move you from home and into the theater? The cast looks great, with Lane, John Malkovich, and True Blood's Nelsan Ellis (check them out in full '70s garb here), but a movie where the horse is the main character isn't all that appealing to me. But I did enjoy Seabiscuit, so I wouldn't rule this one out completely. What do you think — will you watch, pass, or rent Secretariat?
The film looks like pure camp from its B-movie vibe to its weaponry. Rodriguez's style definitely requires a certain cinematic taste, but the majority of reviews are positive. So tell me: will you rush to theaters, or will you sit this one out?
Julia Roberts and Michael Cera aren't the only ones storming the box office this weekend — in fact, they're joined by a whole slew of big-name action stars in The Expendables. Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, and Arnold Schwarzenegger team up with tons of other beefy guys about a team of mercenaries that heads to South Africa.
In a year that's already brought us The Losers and The A-Team, will you spend your money on yet another film about a band of dudes blowing stuff up? The novelty of seeing these guys (many of whom are past their prime) bro-ing it out again on the big screen will probably be a big draw for many, but what's your take?
So tell me — are you planning on catching Step Up 3D in the theater (or maybe you'd rather rent it for some fabulous future girls night)? . . . Or maybe you're planning on staying as far from this flick as possible. Give me your opinion below!
Today, another of her movies, Chloe, opens in limited release, with Seyfried in a much racier role than the aforementioned projects. As a high-class hooker, she's hired by Julianne Moore to tempt her husband, played by Liam Neeson. The trailer generated a lot of heat, showing Seyfried nude and kissing Moore.
It looks like a compelling thriller, but it could also be all titillation and no story. Would you watch, pass, or rent Chloe?
Olyphant is nice to look at — I loved him in Go — but I don't know if his pretty face is enough to compensate for the heebie-jeebie factor. I mean, how am I going to withstand the movie if I can't even get past the creepy trailer?
What about you? Are you excited to go see The Crazies for a good scare? Or will you wait to watch it in the safety of your home — or not at all?
I'm not sure what to expect of the film, but I will say that it knows its audience: the latest promos compare it to The Blind Side, possibly trying to capitalize on that film's success.
I love an inspirational film based on a true story, but I'm wondering if a story of scientific medicinal breakthroughs will be as captivating as other real-life tales. What about you — does the prospect of another wholesome flick in the vein of The Blind Side appeal to you, or are you going to sit this one out?