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New Cinema Releases: 22nd July 2011

Friday, 22 July 2011

Ok so this post has been away a little while and replaced with a post called "This Week's Top Movie".  That didn't really work out and I've since realised that I get quite a lot of traffic in relation to new movie releases, so to go in line with a new structure coming to the blog in the next week I'm going back to this.  I'm going to post details on the new structure at the weekend and will be asking for some opinions on what you think also, so be sure to check back for that.  Let's get on with it.

First up this week, Horrible Bosses a movie that has been getting plenty hype here in the UK.  Jennifer Aniston was even on morning TV here on Thursday promoting it, she looked pretty good considering the time.  The movie has been pretty well received in the US, released on 15th July it has taken over $60 million and currently sits number 3 at the box office.

Starring, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis and Kevin Spacey

The story follows three guys, Nick (Bateman) hates his boss as he is expected to work from sunrise to sunset and is even humiliated if he is a minute late.  Dale (Charlie Day) also hates his boss, he is about to get married and the unwanted sexual harassment from Dr Julia Harris (Jennifer Aniston), what's he complaining about? is not what he needs.  Kurt (Sudeikis) likes his boss, well at least until his son takes over always high on coke (not the fizzy variety).  Not wanting to quit their jobs due to the economical climate they decide to come up with a plan to kill their bosses, before to long they are in way over their heads and have hired a murder consultant in order to help them complete their mission.

Seems pretty stupid I know but I think it will be worth a watch, it's a good cast all with comedic value, so although the story may not be great at least you get a laugh.

Next up this week, it's one for the kids.  Cars 2, again this movie has had plenty hype.  Helped of course by the fact that it's a Disney movie and the first installment was a massive hit.  The movie is currently sitting at number 5 in the US box office and has took over $165 million.

Starring (Voices): Owen Wilson, Larry The Cable Guy, Michael Cane, Eddie Izzard and I believe F1 Driver Lewis Hamilton has a small cameo too.

The cars are heading over to Japan, where Lightning McQueen (Wilson) and his best pal Mater (Cable Guy) are going to be competing in the World Grand Prix.  The race and their Tokyo adventure don't go quite to plan when Mater becomes involved in an International espionage adventure of his own.

As far as animated movies go, this is one I won't be going to see but I suppose if you have older kids then this is your Saturday or Sunday afternoon sorted.  If you want a review that gives you a good overview and a bit of a laugh then head over and see Glen at 1Man. 365 Movies.

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