In Most Major Theaters for the weekend of 2/15/08!
Definitely, Maybe – Starring Ryan Reynolds as a 30′s something father who is going through a divorce. His 10-year old daughter starts to question him about life before marriage. She wants to know exactly everything about how her parents met and fell and in love. He takes her through an idealistic story of a young politician, learning the ways of NYC and his relationships with three different women. However, he changed the names and leaves her guessing which one was her mom. His daughter gives him hope for a happy ending. [Aww, doesn't this one just pull at the heart strings...It's a chick flick to cuddle up on the couch with your sweetie when it rolls out on netflix and the two of you can get cozy.]
The Spiderwick Chronicles- Based on the bestselling book series. Peculiar things start to happen the moment the Grace family leave NY and move into the secluded old owned by their great, great uncle Arthur Spiderwick. Unable to find the cause of the strange occurrences in their home, the family blames Jared. As Jared and his twin, along with their sister Mallory try to find out the real cause, they uncover the real secrets of the Spiderwick Estate. [Harry Potter spin off?]
Step Up 2: The Streets – This is the sequel to the wildly teen-popular Step Up. It’s about the rebellious dancer, Andie who struggles to fit in to an elite school of the Arts. She meets Chase, one of the hottest dancers at the school. Most of the original squad is back from the first movie. [I'm sorry but of all the movies to make a sequel to, why oh why did they pick this one? I wanted to cry for the directors/producers for shear humiliation when the first one came out, but now I'm just appalled at their lack of talent and inability to grasp a good flick. Hollywood, please come back to your senses...]
Jumper – Starring Hayden Christiansen, Samuel L. Jackson and Rachel Bilson. An adaption of the Steven Gould’s novels of people who can transport themselves through time and space. [I think this one could be interesting...but if not done correctly will go really wrong.]
Vexille- 2077 – 10 years has passed since Japan had decided to leave the UN to go into isolation. They have completely blocked the islands with an ultra magnetic field which prevents anyone from seeing whats going on inside, nor for people to travel in/out of the country. A female commander, Vexille, is sent to investigate what is really happening inside the closed country. [I think this one has some great potential, I mean really...animation, people!]
EZRA – Ezra is a 16 year old former child soldier who spent ten years living and fighting with a rebel faction, is questioned before a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the wake of Sierra Leon’s civil war. Only once Ezra admits his crimes, realizes how he came to the commit them and repents for the suffering he has caused, will he be ready to rejoin society and make peace with himself. [I think this one has some netflixer appeal!]
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