Monday, 19 April 2010

Next Week's Movies

Date Night: Two comedians I kind of like, directed by possibly the most useless hired hand director ever to consume air. I expect them to cancel each other out and result a very average movie. Expectancy Level: 5/10

It's A Wonderful Afterlife: As a firm rule, black comedies by directors who show no previous signs of darkness are always hideous and painfully unfunny. So comes one from the director of Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging. Add that the male lead is played by Suresh from Heroes and you've got one awful looking movie. Expectancy Level: 3/10

Agora: Rachel Weisz is an actress I would pretty much see in anything, even a Spanish film about an ancient Egyptian philosopher in which no-one gets killed by a mummy and Brendan Fraser is nowhere in sight. Expectancy Level: 6/10

Centurion: Neil Marshall slightly nose dived after The Descent, and while this looks to be your fairly standard turn of the A.D sword and slasher film, it stars Michael Fassbender and Marshall does have a talent for carnage. Expectancy Level: 6/10

The Joneses: Hmm, consumerist satire starring David Duchovny and Demi Moore. Two has been revivals in one movie, plus its got Amber Heard who seems to exclusively play scantily clothed bitchy rich girls, so that can only be good. Expectancy Level: 6/10

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