New in theaters this weekend Friday September 1, 2012

  • The Master
  • Resident Evil: Retribution
  • Finding Nemo 3D
  • Liberal Arts
  • Arbitrage
  • 10 Years
  • Stolen
  • Snowman’s Land

The biggest excitement for me is a re-release of “Finding Nemo”. It’s been a while since I’ve seen this stunning Pixar animated feature and now it’s in 3D on the big screen. Gotta love Dory. The other major release is “Resident Evil: Retribution” another in the long series of video game to big screen films. This fits in with the fall horror movie schedule, but it has it’s fans and fanatics. I’m not really one, and I generally don’t get too exited over these. I guess this is number 5 in the series and Mila Jovovich does look pretty good fighting the zombies! “The Master” is a post WWII film about those wandering about without purpose. Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman star in this one, and both of those guys fit into a film like this. It’ll be relatively slow, and very literary, I’m sure. “Liberal Arts” is about a college graduate who is bored with his job and missed the college days. He’s afraid the best years of his life are behind him, so when he’s invited back to the college for his professor’s retirement party as a speaker, he jumps at the chance to relive the good old days. Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, and Tim Roth are in “Arbitrage”, a story of the financial world mixed with a love story! Over his head in debt, but appearing to the world as highly successful, Robert Miller (Gere) tries to sell the company before his fraudulent debt ridden situation is uncovered. “10 Years” features an ensemble cast in a familiar story about a bunch of friends who have never grown up getting back together for a 10 year school reunion. Hilarity ensues, as they say. “Stolen” is a wild action film featuring both Nick Cage and New Orleans. This should be a roller-coaster ride! “Snowman’s Land” is a story about a successful hit man who screws up a job, and is sent on a cake walk to knock off an aged kingpin of an organized crime organization way up in the mountains. Rather than a walk in the park as he is promised, it turns into a fight for survival in this crime action film.

Last Weeks top Box Office:

1 – The Posession

2 – Lawless
3 – The Expendables 2
4 – The Words
5 – ParaNorman

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