Well it’s going to snow tons this weekend. So instead of being outside stay in and catch a flick. This week Johnny Depp gets tangled up with Angelina Jolie , We go back to Narnia, and Christopher Nolan blows my mind . . . . again.
These are the movies being released on December 10, 2010
The Tourist Rated PG-13
A Man (Johnny Depp) is in Italy. He gets wraped up with a girl (Angelia Jolie) who then gets him caught up with the mob. Paul Bettany plays a cop. I haven’t heard much about this film but it’s a movie with Johnny Depp and Paul Bettany set in Europe. I am sold
Verdict – MUST SEE JOHNNY DEPP IMMEDATLEY
The two younger kids from the previous films (Georgie Henley and Skandar Keynes) join the prince from the last film (Ben Barnes) on a ship to find some kings to save Narnia. I did enjoy the last two so I am mildly interested in what Narnia has in store for #3. This is no longer a Disney production so we will see how that effects the film adaptation of the most popular Narnia book.
Verdict - I think another trip to Narnia is in store but I have to check with my travel agent
The Box Office Top 5 movies of the week
#1 - Tangled Rated PG
#2 - Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows: Part 1 Rated PG-13
#3 - Burlesque Rated PG-13
#4 - Unstoppable Rated PG-13
#5 - Love and Other Drugs Rated R
Not much of a surprise but Tangled beating out Harry Potter is a mild shocker. We will see how both stand up to the Voyage of the Dawn Treader next week. I suspect The Tourist will be in the race for #1 too.
The Rest of The Other Movies in Theaters
The Warrior’s Way Rated R
These movies are released on DVD Tuesday December 7, 2010
Inception Rated PG-13
Hands down the best movie I have seen this year. I am very excited this has been released on DVD and recommend you run out and see this now!
Shrek Ever After Rated PG
The clam is that this is the last Sherk film. I will believe that when I do not see it. But the others have been entertaining even for me, a jaded movie fan. And kids like it I guess.
That’s it for this week. Next week Rampage Jackson’s big screen debut comes to DVD, TRON!!!!!!!!!, and Hollywood tries to ruin a childhood memory.
Some one get me some popcorn STAT