Saturday, July 21, 2007

Film Gudie Friday - For the Weekend of July 20th

This Week new Films Trailers include a movie that is base off a Broadway play which was base off a film done by the king of bad taste and a Crazy comedy with Adam Sandler and Kevin James but hey you did not came to see two funny guys you came to see a movie with Jessica Biel in it.


The movie musical based on the Broadway hit. Rated PG for language, some suggestive content and brief teen smoking.

The 2007 version

The Orginal 1988 film with John Waters

out on DVD

"I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry"[PG-13]

Adam Sandler and Kevin James as firefighters who pretend to be gay so widower James can get domestic partner benefits for his kids.

Playing at the Maple Art Theater in Bloomfield Hills, MI
[4135 West Maple Road]

"David and Layla"[R]

A comedy starring Shiva Rose as an Iraqi Muslim immigrant who agrees to marry a Jew so she can remain in the United States.

Playing this Weekend at the Detroit Film Theater at the DIA:

Feather Film:

"Ten Canoes"[NR - Not Rated]

A story-within-a-story about Australian aboriginal tribesmen of 1,000 years ago. Not rated.

it on you tube but can not bring it up because you need a password to bring it up

The Season Saturday Double cearher feather
[Beging at 2 PM]


(USA—1958—directed by Nathan Juran)

Special effects meister Ray Harryhausen’s first commercial smash was this colorful, lavishly designed and technologically state-of-the-art (for 1958) fantasy about Sinbad the Sailor’s quest to rescue his beloved (and miniaturized) princess from the clutches of an evil sorcerer. Fortunately for kids everywhere, Sinbad had to face and fight a veritable torrent of monsters, all of which were given personality to spare through Harryhausen’s elegant stop-motion artistry. Highlights include the huge, orange, angry Cyclops (which likes to dine on people), Sinbad’s high-energy swordfight with a terrifyingly lithe skeleton (perhaps the most memorable sequence in an adventure film overflowing with them), and of course the rousing musical score by the great Bernard Herrmann (Citizen Kane, Vertigo).

Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster (1966, directed by Jun Fukuda)

in which The Big Guy tangles with gangsters, international terrorists, and a giant lobster named Ebirah. We dare you to pass this up! In Japanese with English subtitles. (double feature runs 171 min.)

Could not find a trailer for that film as well, Sorry

and if you dont have the $8.00 for the film you can go to the discount theater at the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warren for about $1.50 to $2.50


and coming next week the Film Version of the Simpson's will come your way:

The Simpsons Movie (PG-13)

Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and the rest of the Springfield gang make their epic leap from the tube to the silver screen.

No Reservations (PG)

Catherine Zeta Jones is a top notch chef whose life is turned upside-down when she must take care of her orphaned niece.

Who's Your Caddy? (PG-13)

Outkast's Big Boi is a superstar rap mogul whose larger-than-life style wreaks havoc on a stuffy, traditional country

I Know Who Killed Me (R)

Lindsay Lohan awakens in a hospital after surviving a traumatic abduction, only to realize she is not who everyone thinks she is.

Skinwalkers (PG-13)

Two sects of werewolves battle one another for the destiny of a half-human/half-wolf child who has the power to end their curse

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