Friday, August 30, 2013


My ViewGetaway  (2013) PG-13   Brent (Ethan Hawke) is in a race against time after he' is forced to get behind the wheel of a tricked-out Mustang and do a mysterious man’s (Jon Voight) bidding to ensure that his kidnapped wife is not harmed. Along the way, he is joined by a computer savvy young woman (Selena Gomez) in his quest to get his wife back unscathed.  I’ll just say this right from the start - this is a bad film.  The staging of the car crashes/chases is horribly done.  There were times where I had no idea what was happening. Cars continually crash but often we don’t really know what caused the crash because the film direction is so bad.  We are asked to believe that Selena Gomez’s character can break into a computer system using just her iPad and that a majorly modified car can survive numerous shootouts and crashes.  The dialogue seems to be written by a twelve year-old, and I think the plot was conceived by Ford to show how much a Mustang can take. My Rating:  You Would Have to Pay Me to See it Again.   Getaway Website
My ViewClosed Circuit  (2013)  R  Terrorists set off a bomb in a crowded shopping area in London that kills more than a hundred people. A suspect has been arrested, and it’s up to two lawyers, Martin (Eric Bana) and Claudia (Rebecca Hall), to see to it that the suspected terrorist gets a fair trial. Martin and Claudia soon discover that there is more than just terrorism going on here. There may be a government conspiracy covering up certain aspects of the bombing. Not only are Martin and Claudia’s reputations at stake, their lives could be, as well.  This is a well done legal thriller with all the twists and turns you want in a suspenseful tale. I think the chemistry between Bana and Hall is fascinating as we see from their first meeting that there is a bit of history involved.  The movie seems to be ripped directly from today’s headlines, but, while there isn’t a lot of action, it’s an interesting story that keeps you on the edge of your seat and wondering if everything is going to turn out alright. My Rating:  Full Price   Closed Circuit Website
My View:  One Direction: This is Us  (2013)  PG  A behind-the-scenes look at the British boy band as they embark on a worldwide tour.  Fans of the group will love this film as it gives them quite a bit of behind-the-scenes as the tour goes from city to city. The film shows their origins on the British X-Factor where Simon Cowell hand-picked all members of the group.  The concert footage does a good job of helping the audience experience what it's like to go to one of their shows.  Overall, though, I think the film doesn't really give us a good idea of who these guys really are and what they are like as I feel everything we are shown is staged to present the group in the best light. While the film was shot in 3-D, I don't think it adds anything to the experience.  It’s not a bad film, but to the non-fan, it could be boring.  My Rating:  Bargain Matinee   One Direction: This Is Us Website
Indiefest:  Ain’t Them Bodies Saints  (2013) R  Bob Muldoon (Casey Affleck) and his pregnant girlfriend, Ruth Guthrie (Rooney Mara) are on the run from the law. Their luck runs out, and they are captured after a shootout. Bob makes it his life’s mission to escape from prison and find his way back to his true love.  Affleck and Rooney are first rate in this film and they play off each other with ease, so much so that you really believe they are deeply in love.  Rooney gives a performance that has depth as her character is conflicted between the life she has now, and the one Bob will give her if he returns from prison. The film perfectly captures small town life in 1970’s Texas.  It’s an extremely well done film about two star-crossed lovers, a movie that just might break your heart.  My Rating:  Full Price
Forgotten FilmNashville (1975)  This film takes place over five days and leads up to a political rally at the Parthenon in Nashville.  It centers around the music industry in the city where you see the country superstars mix with the up-and-coming singers.  The cast in this film is huge - more than twenty-four major parts.  Most of the cast wrote their own music for the film, including Keith Carradine, who won an Oscar for Best Original Song for ,“I’m Easy.”  The film was directed by Robert Altman, and with most of Altman’s movies, a great deal of the dialogue was made up on the spot, with the script being used as only a guide for the storyline.  Many of the performers are based on real C&W stars - Henry Gibson’s character Haven Hamilton is based on Porter Wagoner and Ronee Blakely’s Barbara Jean is based on Loretta Lynn.  The film contains lots of musical performances, some of which are outstanding.  It’s a strange movie as most of Altman’s films are, but it’s worth seeing this cast do some magic on-screen  My Rating:  Full Price   Nashville Info
In Case You Missed It (A Film Just Released on DVD): The Great Gatsby  (2013)  PG-13  I did not enjoy this film.  It’s too long, and I think the use of hip-hop music doesn't fit the film.  I also feel that the director, Baz Luhrman, didn't let his cast act and put them in a very long music video. The cast of this film deserves a much better script.  My Rating: Bargain Matinee  The Great Gatsby Website

Weird Credits:  From the credits of Getaway:  Shelby interior maker

Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You Prisoners  (2013)  R When Keller Dover’s (Hugh Jackman) young daughter and her friend goes missing, the families of the two girls start to panic,  A main suspect is released due to lack of evidence, and that's when Keller decides to take matters into his own hands.  How far will he go to find his daughter?  The cast includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Melissa Leo, Terrence Howard, Maria Bello, and Paul Dano.
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Friday, August 23, 2013

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

My ViewThe Mortal Instruments: City of Bones  (2013)  PG-13    Clary Fray (Lily Collins) is a girl living in New York City with her single mom (Lena Headey). Her ordinary life is suddenly shattered when she discovers that her mother never told her the truth about her heritage and her dead father. Clary discovers that she is the descendant of a line of Shadowhunters, a secret cadre of young half-angel warriors who are in a continuous battle to protect the world from demons. After her mother is kidnapped, Clary meets Jace (Jamie Campbell Bower) and Alec (Kevin Zegers), two Shadowhunters who introduce her to the dangerous alternate New York called, Downworld. Now, with the help of her human best friend, Simon (Robert Sheehan), the Shadowhunters and Clary must battle demons, warlocks, vampires and werewolves to get her mother back. This film is overly long, and for viewers who haven’t read the book, this film is extremely confusing.  I liked Lily Collins as Clary, but hated who played her romantic interest of Jace, Jamie Bower.  There is absolutely no chemistry between Collins and Bower, and their one romantic scene is so contrived it’s laughable.  Some of the action sequences are enjoyable, but they are too few and far between to make the film move along at any sort of pace. This film misses on so many marks, which definitely makes it tedious to watch.    My Rating:  Cable    The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Website
My ViewYou’re Next  (2013)   The Davison clan has gathered together to celebrate their parents' 35th wedding anniversary at their isolated home in the country.  The dinner party comes to a halt, though, when the family is attacked by men dressed in black wearing Halloween masks in the shape of animals. This is a film that celebrates the slasher/horror films of the 70’s and 80’s. The dialogue and acting are intentionally over-the-top, which makes it so much fun to watch.  It’s a film not to be taken seriously, so just go with the action, which there is plenty of as every known horror device is exploited.  I really enjoyed the performance of Sharni Vinson who plays the girlfriend of one of the Davison boys.  She is very convincing as the tough-as-nails Australian girl who leads the fight against the attackers.  This film is violent and bloody but is well done, which makes this film highly enjoyable.   My Rating:  Full Price    You're Next Website
IndiefestThe World’s End  (2013) Five friends reunite twenty years later to relive a pub-crawl they never finished in their hometown.  Their mission is to visit twelve pubs with the final destination as the legendary pub, The World’s End.  As they plow through the pubs, they realize that something is not right in their town.  There are mysterious things going on around them, and completing the pub crawl may be the least of their worries. If you liked or loved Shaun of the Dead (2004) or Hot Fuzz  (2007), you are going to love this film.  This is one of those films that you may have to see twice since there will be lines that you will miss due to the laughter being so loud.  It's a brash, exciting film about a Pub crawl that goes terrible wrong.  All five of the cast are entertaining to watch, but it's Simon Pegg and Nick Frost that really shine in this film.  Pegg, as Gary King, is brilliant as the leader of the gang who is trying to relive his glory days.  Frost, who plays one of the gang who in the past was wronged by Gary and holds a grudge.  All five cast members have great chemistry together on the screen and handle both the comedic scenes and the action scenes with equal aplomb.  The violence isn't over the top and many of the action sequences are filled with comedic bits that make this film an engaging film to watch.  My Rating:  Full Price   The World's End Website
Forgotten FilmRe-Animator  (1985) Herbert West (Jeffery Combs) is a medical student going to school at a small New England university. He rents a room from a fellow student, Dan (Bruce Abbott), who soon discovers Herbert is conducting experiments in the basement of the house where they live.  These experiments are about bringing back to life the dead by “re-animating” the bodies.  West begins to use the re-animated bodies to do his bidding and kill the people he dislikes.  This is a horror film that contains quite of bit of intentional comedy yet continues to exhibit scary scene and after scary scene.  Jeffery Combs is the reason to watch this film as he is quite a creepy character and makes this film entertaining to watch.     My Rating:  Bargain Matinee   Re-Animator Info
In Case You Missed It (A Film Just Released on DVD)Epic (2013) PG   While I enjoyed this animated film, I didn’t think it was up to the standards of the Pixar films of the past.  M. K. (Amanda Seyfried) has moved to the country to live with her father.  She discovers that there is a race of tiny warriors who defend the forest, and she joins their fight.  Not a bad film - just not a great one.   My Rating: Bargain Matinee    Epic Website

Weird Credits: From the Credits of The World's End:  Physical Comedy Consultant 

Coming Soon to a Theatre Near YouSalinger (2013)  A documentary about one of the most reclusive authors in the world, J. D. Salinger, who wrote The Catcher in the Rye.  Tom Wolfe, Gore Vidal, John Cusack and Philip Seymour Hoffman are some of the people who are interviewed in this film.   Salinger Info
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Friday, August 16, 2013

Kick-Ass 2

My ViewKick-Ass 2 (2013) R   Kick-Ass (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Hit Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz) are back, this time they are joined by fellow crime-fighting costumed do-gooders on the streets. Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) vows to avenge his father’s death and will do anything he can to defeat Kick-Ass, including threatening the people he loves the most.  As with the first Kick-Ass film, this film is very violent and bloody, with some of the action sequences played for comedy. I like that Moretz’s Hit Girl character is more featured as I think she is the best thing in the first film. There are several things I don't like about this film. One is the use of the “shaky camera” during the action sequences. The great thing about the first Kick Ass movie was the choreography of the fight sequences, but in this film, the fight scenes feel choppy and unimaginative. I also don't like the way women are depicted.  Many of the female characters are treated as just sex objects (one “hero” is called Night Bitch), or as stereotypical woman, such as the head cheerleader who is stuck up and petty. There are some funny scenes in this film, thought it doesn’t match the wit and humor of the first film. I don't like Jim Carrey as Colonel Stars and Stripes, as his performance is too restrained for my taste.  I wanted his character to be much more over the top. There is a bonus scene at the end of the credits that, if you are a fan of the series, you will want to see.   My Rating:  Bargain Matinee  Kick-Ass 2 Website
My ViewLee Daniels’ The Butler  (2013) PG-13  Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker) goes from the cotton fields of Georgia to work as a butler in the White House. Cecil serves for more than three decades and deals with eight American Presidents during a time of great change in the country, including the Civil Rights Movement, Watergate and the Vietnam War.  This is an interesting film that shows the Civil Rights movement through the political world of the White House and Cecil’s job but also through the eyes of the butler's son, Louis (David Oyelowo), who participates in the movement as a Freedom Rider. The film is powerful at times, especially in scenes from the civil rights protests and the reaction to the assassination of Dr. King.  The film, though, drags when it deals with Cecil’s home life and his early years with his wife Gloria(Oprah Winfrey), where she feels neglected due to his devotion to his job. The casting in this film is interesting with some good choices such as John Cusack as Richard Nixon or Live Schreiber as LBJ and some bad choices, such as Robin Williams as Dwight Eisenhower. While the film’s subject matter is compelling, I feel the film tries to cover too much ground which makes it seem longer than it really is.   My Rating:  Bargain Matinee  Lee Daniels' The Butler
My ViewJobs  (2013) PG-13  The story of Steve Jobs (Ashton Kutcher) who went from college dropout to running Apple, making it one of the most powerful companies in the world.  The film focuses on the early years of Apple, starting when Jobs and a few others founded the company in his parent’s garage. The film ends at the time that Jobs comes back to Apple in 1996, after being kicked out of the company a few years earlier. This film is way too long and makes one of the most interesting men of the twentieth century a one dimensional jerk with no depth. Kutcher doesn’t have the charisma on-screen to play Jobs properly, and we never understand why anyone would want to work for the man, much less be inspired by him. I did enjoy Josh Gad who is brilliant as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, a man more concerned about how to make a computer better than about the politics going on inside the company. The film has the look and feel of a TV movie, and it seems as though we miss some key parts to the story as the film tends to jump timelines quite a bit. This isn’t a bad film, but Kutcher fails to bring the legend of Steve Jobs to the screen.  My Rating:  Cable   Jobs Website
IndiefestThe Spectacular Now  (2013) R  Sutter (Miles Teller) is a high school senior who is just happy living in the present. He seems to have everything you would want – he’s popular, has a good job, and his girlfriend is the prettiest girl in high school. Suddenly, everything comes crashing down around Sutter when his girlfriend dumps him and leaves his once promising world now in tatters. Sutter then meets Aimee (Shailene Woodley) who isn’t like anyone he has ever met before and just might be the person to get him back on track.  Woodley and Teller are the reason to see this film as they have great chemistry together. The dialogue in the film is witty and real. The film can be a little grim, at times, but overall, its message of love and the importance of friendship, make this film worth watching.  My Rating:  I Would Pay to See it Again  The Spectacular Now Website
Forgotten FilmThe Grifters  (1990) R  Roy (John Cusack) is a small time con artist who lands in the hospital after an unsuccessful scam. His mom, Lilly (Anjelica Huston), works for a bookie. Roy’s girlfriend, Myra (Annette Bening), is a beautiful woman who knows how to play men and get what she wants. Roy is now torn between the two women in his life who have taken an instant disliking to each other. This is a dark, fascinating film, reminiscent of the film noir crime films of the 1940’s with a lot of twists and turns, some you never see coming. All three principle actors are outstanding in this film, especially Annette Bening as the grifter girlfriend.  My Rating:  Full Price  The Grifters Info
In Case You Missed It (A Film Just Released on DVD)Olympus Has Fallen (2013)  R I I liked this film about a Secret Service agent (Gerard Butler) who finds himself trapped in the White House just as it is invaded by terrorists.  I thought Butler was impressive and believable as the Secret Service agent and enjoyed this film’s action sequences.  The film was also helped by its excellent supporting cast: Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Melissa Leo and Angela Bassett.   My Rating:  Bargain Matinee  Olympus Has Fallen Website

Weird Credits:  From the credits of Jobs:  Custom Hair Extensions

Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You:   The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)  An office worker (Ben Stiller) fantasizes about leading an adventurous life. When his job and the job of the woman he is secretly in love with (Kristen Wiig) is threaten, he sets off on a journey around the world to save their jobs. The film is directed by Ben Stiller, and the trailer is one of the best I’ve seen in years.  The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Info
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Friday, August 9, 2013


My View:  Elysium  (2013)  R   It’s the year 2154, and the Earth is an overcrowded, polluted mess. The world’s wealthiest people live on a space station called, Elysium, high above the Earth. A gang leader named, Spider (Wagner Moura), has a plan to ship illegal immigrants to Elysium, but he needs one man to take on a dangerous mission, and that man is Max (Matt Damon). One of the leaders of Elysium, Secretary Delacourt (Jodie Foster), has made it her mission to keep Elysium free of all illegal immigrants, and she hires Kruger (Sharlto Copley), an insane bounty hunter, to use any means necessary to get the job done. Now, Max and Kruger are destined to battle.  I loved the first thirty minutes of this film, as we got to know about Max’s world and how he deals with it. It’s a world that is set up to keep Max in his place and a world he has wanted to desperately escape from, even as a kid. The film then started down a path where I no longer cared about what happened to Max and the other characters. It just seemed like writer / director, Neil Blomkamp, wanted to hit the audience over the head with a particularly strong political statement, something that portrayed better in the 2009 film, District 9. This film is extremely violent with the deaths of characters shown in a particularly gruesome way. As the film progresses, the plot becomes full of holes, so much so that you begin focusing on what is wrong or missing in the movie instead of the film and its storyline. I have always liked Jodie Foster as an actor, but her accent in this film is so strange that I have no idea where her character was supposed to have originated.    My Rating:  Bargain Matinee    Elysium Website
Family Faire:  Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters  (2013)  PG  Percy (Logan Lerman), Grover (Brandon T. Jackson), Annabeth (Alexandra Daddario) and Clarisse (Leven Rambin) embark on a journey to retrieve the legendary Golden Fleece. Luke (Jake Abel), Percy’s arch-enemy, is determined to get the Golden Fleece first and therefore stop Percy and his gang from saving their training grounds, Camp Half-Blood.  While adults may be a little bored with this film, I think that children and young adults will enjoy it.  It’s much better than the first film (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010)), and moves faster with much better acting.  The main stars, Lerman and Jackson, seems more comfortable in their roles and play off each other in an amusing way.  I also liked Leven Rambin, as the kick ass and take names later Clarisa, who has quite a few anger issues.  The highlight of the film is Nathan Fillon who plays the God, Hermes, who runs a shipping company. His scene supplying the gang with specialized weapons is incredibly funny. The special effects are much better than in the first film and, includes an incredible giant mechanical bull that Percy and the gang have to fight. I thought the ending was a little weak and much too easy, but, overall, it’s an enjoyable and adventurous film.   My Rating:  Bargain Matinee     Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters Website
My View:  We’re the Millers  (2013)  R    A small time pot dealer, David (Jason Sudeikis), is hired to bring a huge shipment of weed over the U.S. border from Mexico. To successfully smuggle the pot, he needs a plan, so David rents an RV and then hires a stripper (Jennifer Aniston), a runaway (Emma Roberts) and a neighborhood kid (Will Poulter) to pose as his family.  David's thinking is that no one will suspect a loving, fun group coming back from vacation. The big question is, can they pull it off?   I found very few scenes in this film funny and felt most of the time the writers (can you believe it took four of them to come up with this film) went for the easy laugh.  This is a film that tries to be crass and push the boundaries of comedy, but its plot is so weak and its dialogue so contrived, you see plot points way ahead of time.  I must say that Jennifer Aniston is a beautiful woman and a brave one for playing a stripper who wears very little clothing, but man, she’s got to get a better agent and quit making crappy films.  Be sure to stay for the outtakes at the end as they are much funnier than anything that was in the script..   My Rating:  Cable     We're the Millers Website
Indiefest:  Blue Jasmine  (2013)  PG-13  Jasmine’s (Cate Blanchett) life is falling apart, so she moves to San Francisco to live with her sister Ginger (Sally Hawkins). Jasmine is used to living the good life on Park Avenue, but now she must come back down to reality where people get jobs and live paycheck-to-paycheck.  Blanchett is this year’s Best Actress frontrunner for her portrayal of Jasmine as she slips slowly into madness right before our eyes.  While Blanchett is amazing to watch on-screen, the storyline and the dialogue feel as though Woody Allen, writer and director, mailed it in, not pushing many boundaries, while producing this very heavy drama.  I also didn’t like that there isn’t one character who actually develops throughout the film.  We learn everything about Jasmine and Ginger’s character in the first ten minutes of the movie. My Rating:  Cable   Blue Jasmine Website
Forgotten Film:  The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie  (1969)  The film is about a teacher, Jean Brodie (Maggie Smith), who teaches young girls at a school in EdinburghScotland during the 1930’s. Brodie is a headstrong woman who believes her method of ignoring the curriculum and teaching her students about life will influence them forever.  Maggie Smith, in her Oscar winning role, is extraordinary in the role of the flamboyant and charismatic teacher who isn’t above manipulating her students, expecting them to follow her blindly.  This film is a fascinating character study of a woman who is so sure of herself and her beliefs that she can’t see why everyone else in the world doesn’t follow her lead.     My Rating:  Full Price    The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Info
In Case You Missed It (A Film Just Released on DVD):  Mud  (2013)  PG-13  One of my favorite films of this summer about two teenage boys (Tye Sheridan, Jacob Lofland) who encounter a fugitive (Matthew McConaughey) who persuades them to help him evade bounty hunters so he can get back to his one true love (Reese Witherspoon).  Matthew McConaughey is excellent in the title role, but it’s Sheridan who plays a troubled young man desperate for attention and love that makes this film work so well.    My Rating:  Full Price   Mud Website

Weird Credits:  From the credits of the film Elysium:  Truck Costumer

Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You:  Rush (2013)  R  Ron Howard brings us this film a legendary Formula 1 champion drive Niki Lauda, who has a near fatal crash, then mere weeks after the accident,  gets behind the wheel to race again.  The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Dormer and Olivia Wilde.     Rush Website
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Friday, August 2, 2013

2 Guns

My View2 Guns  (2013)   Bobby (Denzel Washington) is an undercover DEA agent infiltrating a drug cartel. He encounters Marcus (Mark Wahlberg), whom he thinks is stealing money from the cartel. It turns out Marcus is also an undercover officer who works for the NCIS. When both men realize they have been set up by the CIA to take the fall for stealing the money, they must team up to survive.  This film is a blast to watch when Washington and Wahlberg are on screen together, as their banter is fast and witty playing off each other like they are brothers.  Unfortunately, anytime they are separated on screen, the film bogs down in an incredible complex plot that is full of double and even triple crosses.  I like the action sequences, but this film takes its time setting them up, which makes the film drag in spots.  This is a film that had potential but just didn’t seem to know how to put it all together.    My Rating:  Bargain Matinee    2 Guns Website
IndiefestStill Mine  (2013)  PG-13  Craig  (James Cromwell) and his wife, Irene (Genevieve Bujold), live on the family farm in a primitive, two-story house.  Realizing that his wife, who has Alzheimer’s, can’t live comfortably in their large house, Craig decides to build, by himself, a smaller home, just as his father did before him.  These are different times, and Craig soon finds out that he must file plans and follow building codes, something that he resists, up to the point where the town council threatens to demolish his newly constructed home and put him in jail.  Cromwell gives one of his better performances, showing us a man who is devoted to his wife but is very set in his ways.  The film is based on a true story and was shot on location in British Columbia.  It’s a film that deals with one man who takes on a government, but it’s really about the love between two people and the memories they share.      My Rating: Bargain Matinee    Still Mine Website
Forgotten FilmWalkabout  (1971)  R  A teenage girl (Jenny Agutter) and her young brother (Luc Roeg) are taken out into the Australian outback by their father (John Meillon).  The father then sets the car on fire and commits suicide, abandoning the two children in the middle of nowhere.  The children head out to find help, and eventually encounter an Aboriginal youth (David Gulpilil) who helps them find food and water.  In their travels, the three, even though they can’t speak each other's languages, become close.  This is one of the most beautiful films that I have ever seen.  It’s cinematography magnificently captures the wonder and grandeur of a land that seems full of magic.  The film, while quite simple in its tale, is a story that is powerful and touching.   My Rating:  Full Price   Walkabout Info
In Memory of Ed Wood (A Movie I’ve Only Seen in Trailers But Just Looks Like a Bad Idea)Getaway  (2013)  PG-13  Ethan Hawke stars as a getaway driver who must get behind the wheel of a car and follow the instructions of a man who is threatening to kill Hawke’s wife.  In what looks like a “Drive” rip-off, add to the mix of the film, Selena Gomez as a street smart hoodlum.  Think I’d rather change a flat tire than see this film.   Getaway Website
In Case You Missed It (A Film Just Released on DVD)G.I. Joe:  Retaliation  (2013)  I didn’t really like this retooling of the G.I. Joe series.  I thought Bruce Willis was wasted as Gen. Joe Colton, “the original Joe."  I liked the action sequences, but the dialogue was so bad it made me cringe.  My Rating:  Cable  G.I. Joe: Retaliation Website
Weird Credits:  From the credits of 2 Guns:  Chicken Assistant
Coming Soon to a Theatre Near YouThe World’s End  (2013)   From the team who brought you Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007), this is a film about five men who reunite twenty years later to do a pub crawl.  Little do they know that by the end of the night they will have to fight robots to save the world.  I know the plot of this film doesn’t make much sense, but that's what’s so much fun about this movie.   The World's End Website
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