Back again this week to give you the low down as always on what’s worth going to see down at your local cinema this weekend, this week like last is quite a good one with three top picks and one which I shove you in the direction of IMDB to check out.
First up this week is a movie which I have heard plenty of but don’t know to much about. The Debt is a movie I heard of a month or so ago, being honest it didn’t really get my interest and I thought it was some sort of drama about a family helper possibly a nanny or something. How wrong was I?
Starring: Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington and Tom Wilkinson
This is not the movie I imagined at all, it’s actually an espionage thriller taking us back to 1997. Rachel (Mirren) and Stefan (Wilkinson) are retired Mossad secret agents who receive some news regarding an old colleague David (Cirian Hinds). The trio are revered in their country due to a mission they undertook back in 1996 tracking down a Nazi war criminal. The time zone’s are split between 96 and 97 with different actors playing the characters on the earlier mission, the action and suspense builds to a head when surprising revelations are revealed.
Next up this week is another movie which caught my eye a couple of months back. Abduction sees Taylor Lautner from the Twilight movie series take his first leading man role, from the trailer alone he seems to have taken the opportunity in true Jason Bourne style.
Starring: Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins, Alfred Molina and Maria Bello
For years Nathan Price (Lautner) has had a feeling that he is living someone else's life. Whilst browsing through the Internet one day he finds a baby photo on a missing person’s website, the site allows you to see what that child may look like in the present day and it just so happens to be a mirror image of him. Realising his life is a lie he soon begins to piece things together but soon finds a team of trained assassins are hunting him down, the race is now on for him and the only person he trusts Karen (Collins) to find out the true identity of his biological father.
Remember the other week when I was telling you about the new shark movie being released which reminded me of Swamp Shark, the only notable difference being Shark Night 3D is shot in 3D and involves a lot more sharks and bikini clad women.
Starring: Sara Paxton, Dustin Milligan and Chris Carmack
In very similar circumstances to Swamp Shark a load of teenagers head over to a lake house for the weekend, very quickly they strip to their bathing costumes, perfect we are in paradise, or so they think. Not to long after the hot shot of the group stumbles out the lake minus his arms in what the girls presume is a freak wake boarding accident. They decide to take their friend to the other side of the lake in the only available very small speed boat, but soon they learn that the lake has been infested with flesh eating sharks.
One more to mention as always but you will have to jump over to IMDB to check out the trailer for Whats Your Number starring Anna Faris and Chris Evans, it's nothing to complicated just the usual rom com where a woman decides to take a look back at her last 20 relationships and wonder weather one of them could have been her one true love. Click to see the TRAILER.