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Friday, 7 October 2011

I don't like horror movies but it seems that this weeks biggest release is indeed that, so it may be here for you know but don't for a minute think I have watched the trailer or will be watching the full movies in order to review it.  Other releases this week see an MI-7 crime caper, a deep British drama, The Lion King is re-released today at I-Max and there's also a new Drama out starring Ewan McGregor which I'll give you the link to the trailer.

So first up this week is that horror movie I mentioned above.  Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (I'm not) but I don't like horror movies, I will watch them providing I can satisfy myself that I will sleep that night.

Starring: Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison 

The story follows a young girl who is sent to live with her estranged father and his new girlfriend. They live out in the sticks in a big house which a famous painter used to own, he disappeared under mysterious circumstances (This is some scary s!*t).  The girlfriend Kim soon discovers the reason for the disappearance, the house is full of creatures who want to claim the young girl as their own.

I heard a little about this movie a while back from my friend Glen over at 1 Man 365 Movies, he hasn't reviewed this movie yet but if it's horror reviews your looking for then he's your man. (link at bottom right).

Next up this week is a movie which I have been waiting on for ever now, Johnny English Reborn is the follow up to the hit spoof movie Johnny English which was released back in 2003.

Starring: Rowan Atkinson, Rosamund Pike and Dominic West

MI-7's most unlikely secret agent is back and he's as unorthodox as ever, since his last appearance in 2003 English has been hiding out in a remote part of Asia, he has been honing his skills as an elite fighter.  The British government soon learn of a group of international assassins who are setting out to assassinate the Chinese Premier.  They must now travel to Asia and retrieve English as the world needs him once more, English is then entrusted with unraveling a conspiracy that runs through the KGB, CIA and even MI-7.

Expect laughs a plenty, this movie looked great from the very first trailer which was posted here a good few months back, now you can check out the full one below!

Last one to show you a trailer for now and to be honest it's not normally the kind of thing I would watch but I like the lead actor here, Tyrannosaur and it's leading man Peter Mullan is a movie you may not have heard to much about in the US but believe me Peter Mullan is a classy actor and this movie should prove a bit of a power house.

Starring: Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman, Eddie Marsan and Paddy Considine (also wrote and directed)

Joseph (Mullan) is a man who is fuelled by alcoholism and full of rage, he runs in to a woman named Hannah, a charity shop worker.  Just as Joseph's life is running into turmoil he sees a chance of redemption in Hannah but, she is also hiding a secret and once it's revealed it has devastating results on both their lives.

Wondering who Paddy Considine is?  You will have seen him before, he starred in The Bourne Ultimatum with Matt Damon he was the London based reporter investigating Tretstone, check out the Tyrannosaur trailer below.

Ok I have a couple more to mention, The Lion King was released in 1994 I remember going to see it at the cinema, it's now back.  Not as a new movie but it's been given the Hollywood 3D treatment and will set you back a considerable amount more than it did last time around. 

Also out this week Ewan Mcgregor is continuing his come back to movies with his new release Perfect Sense, Like Tyrannosaur it's a British drama.  I can't really recall a bad Ewan Mcgregor movie so this should be ok.
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