I love this time of year. The leaves are changing, the air is a little bit crisp and I get to break out all the boots, sweaters and scarves that have been patiently waiting in my closet for the last 9 months. Not only that…it is the time of year that it is likely my favorite movie of the year will be released. Already this weekend, I am having the debate if I want to see Argo or Seven Psychopaths first. There is no better feeling, because, who knows, maybe it will end up in an all day Sunday at the movies. If you are in to scary movies, I think your choice is even more difficult, but Sinister is added in to that mix. I thought the trailer for that Ethan Hawke movie is one of the creepiest I have seen all year and it is almost Hallow's Eve. So, my dear friends…I leave it to you – what will you be seeing at the movies this weekend?
It seems like with this film Ben Affleck has really solidified his place as one of Hollywood's great directors. The story follows a group of Americans that were involved in a real life Iranian hostage crisis. Tony Mendez (Affleck) and his team must devise a plan to save them in this political thriller. Here you can find Mitch Salem's thoughts on the fim from the Toronto Film Festival.
|2. Seven Psychopaths|
In Bruges is on my top ten list of favorite comedy movies. The play The Lieutentant of Inishmore, which was also written by Martin McDonagh is one of my favorite theater experiences I . At this point, Seven Psychopaths, only has to be half as good as either to win my love!
Home movies have never been so terrifying. In this movie, Ethan Hawke plays a true crime novelist who discovers a box of disturbing home movies that plunge his family in to a nightmarish experience.
|4. Here Comes the Boom|
Is it just me or do Kevin James movies give comedy a bad name?
|5. Atlas Shrugged: Part II|
Do they really think an entirely new cast is enough to save this misguided film based on Ayn Rand's book?