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New UK Cinema Releases: 2nd March 2012, THIS MEANS WAR, WANDERLUST and PROJECT X

Friday, 2 March 2012

Following last weeks impressive cinema releases I’m surprised that this week is again so good. So what we got for you? Well there is a couple of new romantic comedy’s both of which look pretty good and there is a new teenage comedy from the producer of The Hangover movies which looks pretty good fun and because this weeks releases are so
good I’ll show you the trailers for them all.

First off my top pick for the week, This Means War starring Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy and Chris Pine.

Tuck (Hardy) and Frank (Pine) are CIA agents both at the top of their game, returning from a mission gone wrong they are assigned to desk duty. Tuck decides that he’s lonely and loads his profile onto a dating website where it’s seen by Lauren (Witherspoon) who decides to go on a date with him, little does Tuck know that in the next few days she also bumps into and hits it off with Frank his best friend and colleague. The friends finally come to realise they are dating the same girl and at first agree to be admiral about it, but before long that plan goes out the window and they begin to sabotage each others dates.

Why is it my top pick? Well, considering the write ups I’ve seen so far it probably shouldn’t be but if you caught my Blu-ray review of Inception then you know I’m a big fan of Tom Hardy, that’s why it gets my top pick vote. Check out the trailer and let me know what you think.

Next up it’s another romantic comedy for you, Wanderlust stars Jennifer Aniston, Pual Rudd, Malin Akerman and Justin Theroux

I have heard of this movie coming for a while but never really looked at anything about it, for that reason I really can’t tell you much. George (Rudd) and Linda (Aniston) are a couple who suddenly find themselves unemployed. They decide to go check out some alternative living options which sees them end up in a rural community where free love rules.

Now obviously I have seen at least the trailer for this movie and have to say it looks pretty funny. I will probably see it, not at the cinema but I’ll probably check it out on DVD take a look at the trailer and let me know what you think.

Last one to mention this week is Project X starring Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Daniel Brown and Kirby Bliss Blanton.

There are no monkeys in this, forget Virgil and Matthew Broderick, although you could probably describe these guys as little monkeys, you know the type right? They have a party when their parents are away for the weekend, invite every one of their Facebook “friends” get totally pissed and end up trashing the house. Little Monkeys. Their aim with the party is to turn themselves into cool guys with the most popular girls in the school, won’t look so cool when they get grounded for a year and have to pay the first three years of their wages back to their parents for the damage caused to the house.

Joking aside this does look pretty funny and it’s brought to us by Todd Philips who Directed and produced The Hangover movies, think back to how much we all loved American Pie, if you liked movies like that then you’ll probably enjoy this, check out the trailer.

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