Friday, April 13, 2007

Film Gudie Friday

Well if you like films this is your weekend
there is 11 films that are opening up everywhere.

there are six films that are opening at the nearest cinaplex, two each at the main Art and the Maple Art and this weekend films at the DFT at the DIA.

and with the Film Guide Friday post i put the trailer of all the Films with description for the Detroit Free Press and yahoo Movies.

"Perfect Stranger"

Halle Berry is an ambitious journalist who goes undercover to get the goods on businessman Bruce Willis and finds herself in a decidedly unethical situation.

Rated R.


A teenage version of "Rear Window" in which a kid under house arrest (Shia LaBeouf) becomes convinced his new neighbor is a killer.

Rated PG-13.


A drama about a boy left behind by a Norse expedition who is raised by American Indians and grows to be a fierce warrior in conflict when the Vikings return years later.

Rated R.

"Slow Burn"

Joanne Blaylock is an assistant D.A. who goes undercover to make a case against a mobster at the same time her boss (Ray Liotta) is mounting a mayoral campaign.

Rated R.


A group of drivers find themselves caught up competing for a large cash prize in an illegal drag race from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.

Rating: PG-13

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters

Meatwad, Frylock and Master Shake invade the big screen.

Rating: R

Playing at the Main Art theater in Roaly Oak

The Situation

When a group of American soldiers throw an Iraqi boy off a bridge in Samarra, the incident sets off a chain of events that exposes the deep rifts among the Iraqis in Samarra--and results in yet another cycle of violence between the insurgents and the corrupt Iraqi police. Anna is an American journalist who decides to write a story about the assassination of an Iraqi leader whom she admires. At the same time, she is pulling away from a relationship with Dan, an American intelligence official, who thinks the war can be won with hearts and minds; and is moving towards a courtship with Zaid, a young Iraqi photographer who shows her that there are people, rather than sides, in the conflict. As she tries to make sense of the half-truths of Iraq, she finds herself in the middle of a love triangle, and in the midst of a dangerous situation, set against a thick web of alliances, agendas, and reverses.

Not Rated

Inland Empire

A blonde actress is preparing for her biggest role yet, but when she finds herself falling for her co-star, she realizes that her life is beginning to mimic the fictional film that they're shooting. Adding to her confusion is the revelation that the current film is a remake of a doomed Polish production, 47, which was never finished due to an unspeakable tragedy. And that's only the beginning. Soon, a seemingly endless onslaught of indescribably bizarre situations flashes across the screen: a sitcom featuring humans in bunny suits, a parallel story set in a wintry Poland, a houseful of dancing streetwalkers, screwdrivers in stomachs, menacing Polish carnies, and much, much more

Rating: R

Opening at the Maple Art in Bloomfield Hills

After the Wedding

Jacob has dedicated his life to helping street kids in India. When the orphanage he's in charge of is under the threat of closure, he receives an unusual offer. A Danish businessman, Jorgen, offers him a donation of $4 million dollars. But there are certain conditions attached. Jacob must come to Denmark. And he must attend the wedding of Jorgen's daughter. The wedding becomes a landmark meeting between past and future and puts Jacob in the dilemma of his life.

Rating: R

Avenue Montaigne

Jessica, a beautiful and spirited young woman from the provinces, comes to Paris to experience life in its infinite variety. She talks her way into a job waiting tables at a chic bistro on fabled Avenue Montaigne, the city’s nexus for art, music, theater and fashion. Jessica’s customers include a popular TV actress who is courting a major Hollywood director for her first serious film role; a wealthy art collector who is about to liquidate a lifetime’s worth of treasures at auction, and his estranged son, Frederic; and an illustrious classical pianist who is at odds with his manager/wife as to where his career is headed. Precisely because Jessica doesn’t know how celebrated these people are, she is not intimidated by them. Her guileless engagement in their lives has a transforming effect on them--and ultimately on her

Rating: PG-13

Could not find the tariler on you tube

And Playing this Weekend at the DFT at the DIA


In the courtyard of a communal dwelling in Mali, a remarkable tribunal is convened: The people of Africa have placed on trial the International Monetary Fund and other international institutions, alleging that their practices have contributed to the continent’s devastation. This spellbinding, thought provoking, and richly entertaining work of “what if” fiction has more relevance and immediacy than many documentaries. The vigorous, necessary debates depicted in Bamako – centering on the causes of underdevelopment and the ways in which blame for it is routinely shifted around–are sure to spark equally heated discussions among those who see it. Featuring a cameo appearance by the film’s co-producer, Danny Glover

Not Rated

51 Birch Street

Documentary filmmaker Doug Block had every reason to believe his parents' 54-year marriage was a good one. But when his mother dies unexpectedly and his father swiftly marries his former secretary, he discovers two parents who are far more complex and troubled than he ever imagined. 51 Birch Street is a riveting personal documentary that explores a universal human question: how much about your parents do you really want to know?

Not Rated.

Well i will bet you that some of this week new films will wind up three weeks later at the Cinemark Movies 16 at about a $1.50.

speaking of which New at the Cinmark Movies 16 this week


the New Films Opening up Next Week will be


Ryan Gosling is a hotshot assistant D.A. prosecuting a confessed shooter (Anthony Hopkins), but nothing is as simple as it seems.

In the Land of Women

A brokenhearted young man moves in to care for his grandmother and stumbles into the lives of the family across the street.


Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale check into a motel and discover hidden cameras watching them to be victims in a snuff film.

And if you want to know if any of this films are hit or duds check back on Sunday for this week top 10 films of the week and see who will be the latest dud like "The Lookout"[which Bomb at No.11 last week]