Friday, July 10, 2009
Friday Flick Picks 7/10/09
Joy, joy, joy, the film Moon goes into wider release this weekend and it comes to my little world! Technically, the film is still not playing in RI, but the Showcase Rt 6 is in Seekonk, MA, right over the state line. See it! Throw Down Your Heart is at the Cable Car Cinema. Filmmaker Sascha Paladino brings us the travels of his brother, Bela Fleck (virtuoso banjo player and hell of a nice guy), to Africa to explore the origins of the banjo. As a special treat, Bela Fleck will be there tonight for Q&A and maybe a tune or two. Check it out. Also opening this weekend is Bruno, outrageous comedy abounds. Other films in theaters are Public Enemies, Ice Age:Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Whatever Works, Away We Go, Star Trek, Transformers:Revenge of the Fallen, My Sister's Keeper, The Hangover and Up. And did I mention MOON? Enjoy!
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Saw 'Enemies' this weekend (review up now). And I've been reading a lot about 'Moon' lately as you were ahead of the curve on that one.
Finally, watched 'Killshot' last night. It was just very OK. A bit strange as I didn't think it was bad nor good, just kind of flat. Rourke as an Indian? Ha. And boy I was glad when he shot Joseph-Levitt . . .
2D~Yeah, Killshot just OK. Moon made it into the top 20 at the box office this week, #16. Now I'm at the point where I'm worried people will know too much about the film going in, the surprises really made it for me. Still a solid little film. See it!
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