Nov 282012
 

Last installation of the most interesting film titles on release in cinemas this year:

Poster "Playing For Keeps"

Cheesy to the max

Playing For Keeps

Plot: Romcom about retired soccer pro whose agrees to coach his young son’s struggling team and becomes popular with soccer mums.

Why watch: Good cast, this is going to be uber cheesy Xmas movie.

Genre: Romantic comedy

Production: USA, $35 million

Director: Gabriele Muccino

Script: Robbie Fox, Stuart Blumberg

Cast: Gerard Butler, Uma Thurman, Jessica Biel, Dennis Quaid, Catherine Zeta-Jones

United States Cinemas: Friday December 7 2012

United Kingdom Cinemas: Thursday 8th November 2012

 

 

 

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Oct 202012
 

Oscars season is definitely upon us. Movies to see this month:

Poster for Robert Zemeckis "Flight"

Denzel will fix it

Flight

Plot: Airline pilot saves a flight from catastrophe, but an investigation reveals malfunction was not random.

Why watch: Weekend movie with Denzel.

Genre: Drama

Production: USA

Director:  Robert Zemeckis

Script:  John Gatins

Cast: Denzel Washington, John Goodman, Don Cheadle

United States Cinemas: Friday November 2 2012

United Kingdom  Cinemas: Friday 1st February 2013

Australia  Cinemas: Thursday 7th February 2013

 

 

 

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Sep 222012
 

Monthly installment of our “see with your mates, take your dates to” list of cinema films premiering in October. It’s a rather dry month but Oscar season is definitely upon us.

 

"The Paperboy" poster

“The Paperboy”

The Paperboy

Plot: A reporter and his younger brother investigate the events surrounding a murder to exonerate a man on death row.

Why watch: Indie straight-to-Cannes movie with incredible cast made by director of “Precious” for less money in total that any of the four headlining actors usually take for a leading role.

Genre: Drama

Production: USA $12.5 million

Director: Lee Daniels

Script: Lee Daniels based on Peter Dexter’s novel

Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron, John Cusack, Nicole Kidman, David Oyelowo, Macy Gray, Scott Glenn

United States Cinemas: Friday October 5, 2012 (Limited release)

No dates for international release

 

 

 

 

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Aug 232012
 

Short list of the most interesting film titles on release in cinemas this September. As usual the choice is purely subjective, just my selection of flicks to take your mates and dates to. Most titles will be in nationwide distribution across US and will be available in most English speaking countries, although as you can see by some entries below – if a movie is in limited distribution but gives the right vibe – it ends up on the page anyway. As usual, if you have any notes or suggestions, please do not hesitate to submit them via comments feature at the bottom of the page. Type away. I do not byte.

 

Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana in "The Words"

Writers block. Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana in “The Words”

The Words

Plot: A writer at the peak of his literary success, discovers the price he must pay for stealing another man’s work.

Why watch: Beautiful cast, interesting premise.

Genre: Drama

Production: USA

Director:  Brian Klugman, Lee Sternthal

Script:  Brian Klugman, Lee Sternthal

Cast: Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Zoe Saldana, Olivia Wilde,  Ben Barnes, J.K. Simmons

United States Cinemas: Friday September 7 2012

New Zealand Cinemas:  Thursday 8th November 2012

No details of international distribution. Fix it CBS Films or the rest of the world will watch it online.

 

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Jul 272012
 

Here’s my list of most interesting film premieres still to open in cinemas across English speaking countries in August 2012. Few titles to see with your mates, few titles to see with your dates. List is completely subjective and skewed by my personal likes and dislikes and if you think something should be included, just use comments form to submit full description of films you think should be on this list and justification for your submission and I’ll happily add it and you’ll be fully credited on the page.

Poster for "Total Recall"

No memory at all. Total Recall remake. Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel

Total Recall

Plot: Remake of the 1990ies film with Arnold Schwarzenegger losely based on novel by Philip K. Dick.

Why watch: Anything and everything based on Philip K. Dick novels is always worth checking.

Genre: Sci-Fi

Production: USA $200 million

Director: Len Wiseman

Script: Mark Bomback, Kurt Wimmer, Philip K. Dick (novel)

Starring: Colin Farrell, Bokeem Woodbine, Bryan Cranston, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Ethan Hawke, John Cho, Bill Nightly

United States Canada Cinemas: Friday August 3, 2012

United Kingdom Premiere: Thursday 16th August 2012 Cinemas: Wednesday 29th August 2012

Australia Cinemas: Thursday 6th September 2012

 

 

 

Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones in "Hope Springs"

She was Iron Lady, he was Man In Black. It was love from the first sight.

Hope Springs

Plot: After 30 years of marriage, Kay and Arnold Soames attend intense marriage counseling.

Why watch: Solid cast. I wouldn’t expect Oscars though.

Notes: Blatant ignorance to the movie starring Colin Firth, Heather Graham and Minnie Driver of the same title just 9 years ago.

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Production: USA $30 million

Director: David Frankel

Script: Vanessa Taylor

Starring: Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, Steve Carell, Elisabeth Shue, Mimi Rogers

United States Cinemas: Friday August 10, 2012

Australia Cinemas: Thursday 23rd August 2012

United Kingdom Cinemas: Friday 13th September 2012

 

 

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