Welcome to the last weekend movie guide of 2010. What treasures of the cinema will be revealed to us this week? Lets find out.
These are the movies that were released on Friday, December 31st, 2010.
No movies are being released to theatres this week?
WHAT AM I SUPPOSE TO WATCH NOW!
I guess I have time to play catch up on some of the movies that I haven’t seen yet.
Lets get on with it
Box Office Top 5 Movies In The Country
#1 - Little Fockers – Rated PG-13
#2 - True Grit - Rated PG-13
#3 - TRON Legacy - Rated PG
#4 - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - Rated PG
#5 - Yogi Bear - Rated PG
Really? Little Fockers took #1? If a friend hasn’t told you yet, Little Fockers is terrible. I have heard nothing but bad things about it. It never looked good to begin with. Lets see how far it falls next week. I am equally shocked that True Grit did not take #1. I saw it with what looked like abnormal movie crowd on Christmas and that gave me hope for #1. The rest are dropping like bowling balls in water. No movie has made its money back yet but the only one that looks like it will be getting a sequel is TRON.
Still In theatres
Black Swan - Rated R, Gulliver’s Travels - Rated PG, Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows: Part 1 - Rated PG-13, How Do You Know Rated - PG-13, Love and Other Drugs - Rated R, Tangled - Rated PG, The Fighter - Rated R, The King’s Speech - Rated R, The Social Network - Rated PG-13, The Tourist - Rated PG-13
Lets hope something came out on DVD
These are the movies released on DVD the week of December 28, 2010
The American - Rated R
George Clooney plays a assassin on vacation, who then becomes a target of more assassins. Shot in Europe, this is suppose to look great and George Clooney might have some fun playing a international man of mystery.
Resident Evil: Afterlife - Rated R
While I lost my taste for these movies with #2, I still want to see Chris Redfield on the screen. I read an in-depth plot synopsis that did not once mention zombies and that scares me.
Now the virus that is destroying our youth can now be bought on TV. I wonder what redeeming entertainment values this show has but I don’t have the stones to find out. At lest I have some new coasters.
Next week Danny Trejo has a gigantic knife, Nicholas Cage makes me sigh, and that might be it. Have a safe and happy New Year everybody!