Wednesday, October 3, 2007

October Movies

We Own the Night (Wide)Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Wahlberg star as two brothers taking on the Russian mob to protect their father, the chief of police.

If I were an actor, I would try to get in any movie that Joaquin Phoenix is in. The man has a talent for picking great movies, and he does a fabulous job in each role. Cuba Gooding Jr. should really try to get with him for some role selection tips.

Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? (Wide)Tyler Perry's new comedy about a group of couples who goaway every year to examine their marriages in a group setting.

I love the potential drama that all these married people in one place. Tyler Perry is known for throwing in a crazy secret too.

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30 Days of Night (Wide)Josh Hartnett fights off an evil force that strikes a northern Alaskan town, where the winter sun stays dark for 30 days and nights.

When was the last time you saw a good vampire flick? This does look interesting. There is the chance that it will be hilarious or actually scary, either way, I am all for it. I am still partial to Anne Rice's vampires though- cool, sexy, and deadly.

Gone Baby Gone (Wide)Two private-eyes risk everything to investigate a missing child in a territory of broken families, bitter cops and whacked out ex-cons. Morgan Freeman stars.

Rendition (Wide)Reese Witherspoon is the wife of an Egyptian-born chemical engineer, who is being held by the CIA as a terrorist suspect.

Bordertown (Limited)Jennifer Lopez is a reporter out to investigate the brutal rapes and murders of hundreds of women near the factories of Juarez.

Another J. Lo project that I am not interested in. Big surprise there.

Things We Lost in the Fire (Limited)Halle Berry stars as a widow trying to rebuild her life, forging an unlikely relationship with her husband's childhood best friend.

Dan in Real Life Advice columnist Dan Burns is an expert on relationships, but somehow struggles to succeed as a brother, a son and a single parent.

This is one I would wait for video on.

Saw IV Jigsaw and his apprentice Amanda are dead. Upon the news of Detective Kerry's murder, two seasoned FBI profilers, Agent Strahm and Agent Perez, arrive at the depleted police precinct and help veteran Detective Hoffman sift through Jigsaw's latest grizzly game of victims and piece together the puzzle. Shawnee Smith stars.

Another one? Really? Seriously, do we need another Saw. I actually enjoyed Saw III. I am just not sure how they are going to carry it on. I guess, where there's a sequel there's a way.
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