This week had 2 release days, 09.09.09 and today 11.09.09. Very mixed bag of movies this week and I know people may not agree with my movie choice of the week, Ive went for Whiteout. Its my choice, but everyone has there own preferences to what they like in movies so you choose your own movie. Many of you probably thought I would have went for Adventureland but Ive already seen this, but September is seen as the start of the period when the big movies come to end before they go into a quieter period before the big Christmas blockbusters start hitting us.
1hour 41 minutes
Thriller, Detective, crime
Directed by: Donomic Sena
Stars: Kate Beckinsdale, Alex O’Loughlin, Gabriel Macht, Tom Skerrit
Based on the acclaimed comic-book series, this dark tale follows a US marshal as she investigates a murder in Antarctica three days before the arctic winter begins. Having crossed paths with a UN operative, who is also investigating the murder, she questions a number of suspects before discovering more murders have been committed.
1hour 47 minutes
Directed by: Greg Mottola
Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Ryan Reynolds, Bill Hader
In 1987, an uptight recent college grad is forced to take a degrading minimum-wage job at the local amusement park when he realizes he can’t afford his dream European tour. The experience helps him to loosen up a bit as he finds first love, forms new friendships and emerges with a new found sense of maturity just in time to enter the real world.
Directed by: Andrea Arnold
Stars: Katie Jarvis, Kierston Waering, Michael Fassbender
Fish Tank is the story of Mia, a volatile 15-year-old, who is always in trouble and who has become excluded from school and ostracized by her friends. One hot summer’s day her mother brings home a mysterious stranger called Connor who promises to change everything and bring love into all their lives.
DORIAN GRAY (15)
1hour 52 minutes
Directed by: Oliver Parker
Stars: Ben Barnes, Colin Firth, Rebecca Hall
Dorian Gray is a beautiful but naïve young man when he arrives in Victorian London. He becomes the subject in a painting by artist Basil Hallward, who becomes infactuated with him and his beauty. Through Basil, Dorian meets the charismatic Lord Henry Wotton, who introduces him to the hedonistic pleasures of the city. After Lord Henry suggests that the only things worth pursuing in life are beauty and fulfilment of the senses, Dorian, realising his looks will one day fade, wishes that Basil’s portrait of him decay and age in his stead. Dorian’s desire is granted, and he is subsequently plunged into a series of debauched and wicked deeds, having sold his soul.
THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE (12A)
Directed By: RJ Cutler
Cast: Anna Wintour, Jean-Paul Gauthier, Karl Lagerfield
A film that takes us the her trademark bob and huge sunglasses of the most influential woman in fashion, Anna Wintour. An amusing, touching and often surprising look at the inner workings and untouchable glamour of the fashion industry. Following in the footsteps of the Vogue editorial team as they prepare the biggest ever issue of the magazine at fashion shoots in Paris, London and Milan.
SORORITY ROW (15)
1hour 41 minutes
Directed by: Stewart Hendler
Stars: Leah Pipes, Rumer Willis, Carrie Fisher
A group of sorority sisters find their solemn pact (trust, secrecy and solidarity) sorely tested when a prank spectacularly backfires. Sworn to silence following the tragic death of one of their own, they try to continue their lives as normal – however, a hooded killer is on their trail and is intent on dispensing increasingly violent forms of retribution.
JULIE & JULIA (12A)
Directed By: Nora Ephron
Stars: Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Stanley Tucci
Julia Child and Julie Powell – both of whom wrote memoirs – find their lives intertwined. Julie is a temp secretary living in contemporary New York, while Julia is an American living in Paris during the 1940s and ’50s discovering life, and food. Frustrated with her job, Julie embarks on a year-long culinary quest to cook all 524 recipes in Julia Child’s 1960s book “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” Though separated by time and space, both women are at loose ends… until they discover that with the right combination of passion, fearlessness and butter, anything is possible.
MISS MARCH (15)
1 hour 29 Minutes
Directed By: Zach Cregger, Trevor Moore
Stars: Zach Cregger, Tervor Moore, Raquel Alessi
Waking up from a four year coma, a young man discovers that his high-school sweetheart has become the famous centre-fold for a ‘gentleman’s’ magazine and sets off on a cross-coutry road trip to claim her once more.
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