Friday, November 11, 2011

Final Impressions 11/11/11

It's that time ladies and gents for Hollywood to release another mixed bag of movies for you to consume. Also, today is 11-11-11. Everybody is going apeshit over it. Give me a break. Here are the movies that are opening today.

Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman

Speaking of a movies that is going apeshit, we have the latest from the director that gave us the glorious masterpieces, Saw 2, 3 and 4, Darren Lynn Bousman.

This horror flick is about a man that survives a car accident at 11:11. Then, strange events happens around 11-11. The date 11-11-11 is supposed to bring an evil unto the world. You know the drill.

Didn't people say the same thing when the remake of The Omen came out on 6-6-06 that the world was going to end and the devil was coming back?

Directed by Tarsem Singh

Who wants to see a bunch of greased up muscle men with swords and shields? Women and gay men will flock at this movie. You still have 300, but this cast is prettier.

The director, Tarsem Singh directed that acclaimed movie, The Fall and The Cell with J. Lo. He has great visual style, but the other aspects of the movie suffer. I don't know what to say about this movie.

Directed by Clint Eastwood
J. Edgar

The Oscar baity movies are amping up with the release of Clint Eastwood's biopic of FBI honcho, J. Edgar Hoover. This is Leonardo DiCaprio's mission to win an Oscar

The movie delves into the his ascension of his status at the FBI, his influence on presidents, his cross dressing and his ambiguous relationship with friend, Carl Tolson (Armie Hammer).

Let the Oscar campaign begin.

Directed by Lars von Trier

Kirsten Dunst have been out of the spotlight for so long that I was surprised that has a movie out. It's a Lars von Trier movie. You know that his characters are going to be happy-go-lucky, don't have a care in the world and live happily ever after. (You know I'm kidding. Right?)

Kirsten won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival. That should say something. Right? Maybe. No. Not at all.

Directed by Dennis Dugan
Jack and Jill

Why on God's green earth would Adam Sandler do this movie? Seriously. Write a comment about who would possess somebody to make this movie.

This is Adam Sandler's version of Norbit. The straight guy and the annoying, outrageous drag version of him.

This looks so unfunny, unimaginative and possibly a waste of your time and money.

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