Friday, October 05, 2007

Film Gudie Friday for the weekend of October 5th to 7th

"The Heartbreak Kid"[R]

Ben Stiller stars in a remake of the 1972 comedy about a new husband whose dream of a perfect marriage falls apart when he falls in love with a beautiful stranger (Michelle Monaghan) on his honeymoon.

Feel the Noise"[PG-13]

A young man (Omarian Grandberry) has his budding MC career interrupted when a dispute with local gangsters forces him to hide out in Puerto Rico with a father (Giancarlo Esposito) he never knew.

"The Jane Austen Book Club"[PG-13]

Six California women start a book discussion group devoted to the novels of Austen and find their personal lives taking Austen-like turns. Rated for mature thematic

"The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising"[PG]

Based on a series of King Arthur-inspired fantasy books about an 11-year-old boy who discovers he is one of the immortal Old Ones, chosen to lead the Light in a struggle against the Dark.

Playing at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak

"King of California"[PG-13]

An unstable dad (Michael Douglas), after getting out of a mental institution, tries to convince his daughter (Evan Rachel Wood) that there's Spanish gold buried under suburbia.

Playing at the Maple Art Teather in Bloomfield Hills

"Pete Seeger: The Power of Song"[NR]

A documentary about the folk music icon.

Guess what i could not find a trail for this film on you tube.

Playing at the Biringham 8

"Into the Wild"[R]

Sean Penn's first full-length film as a director since 2001's "The Pledge" is an adaptation of Jon Krakauer's nonfiction best-seller. It's the story of Chris McCandless (Emile Hirsch), a college grad from a wealthy family who ends up living in the Alaskan wilds.

Playing this week at the DFT at the DIA

"Manufactured Landscapes"[NR]

Photographer Edward Burtynsky travels the world observing changes in landscapes from industrial work and manufacturing.

And playing this saturday night for one night only at Museum of Contemporary Art of Detroit, 4454 Woodward Ave in midtown Detroit.

"Twenty to Life: The Life & Times of John Sinclair": A documentary about former MC5 manager, musician and activist John Sinclair by Steve Gebhardt.

and if you are on a bugdet like everyone this day here are the new films playing at the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warren.



Openiing everywhere Next week

Elizabeth: The Golden Age (PG-13)

Cate Blanchett reprises her role as the 16th century Queen, whose rule is challenged by neighboring nations and royal intrigue.

We Own the Night (R)

Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Wahlberg star as two brothers taking on the Russian mob to protect their father, the chief of police.

The Final Season (PG)

A high school baseball coach motivates a hangdog team to win one last season before being merged into a larger school district.

Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? (PG-13)

Tyler Perry's new comedy about a group of couples who go
away every year to examine their marriages in a group setting.

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