The Two Months holiday Movie season have begin as Jarry Seinfeld is a funny bee, Russell Crowe is chasing down Denzel Washington in 1970 Harlem and John Cusack think his son is from Mars, thouse are the films beging released this weekend.
Jerry Seinfeld provides the voice of a college-educated bee who feels unchallenged working in the hometown hive. Looking for better opportunities in New York, he is rescued from a swatting by a florist (Renée Zellweger) and is shocked to discover that the honey he produces is consumed by humans.
Ridley Scott directs a crime drama based on the true story of 1970s Harlem drug kingpin Frank Lucas (Denzel Washington), who built his empire by smuggling heroin into the United States in the coffins of Vietnam casualties. Russell Crowe plays a cop who is determined to bring Lucas down.
"The Martian Child"[PG]
John Cusack is having trouble regaining his equilibrium after the death of his wife. He finds a focus, and mystery, in the person of a 6-year-old boy (Bobby Coleman) who is convinced he comes from Mars.
Playing at the Birmingham 8 Theater
"Wristcutters: A Love Story"[R]
A young man, distraught over a breakup with his girlfriend, decides to end it all. He slashes his wrists and discovers an afterlife that is not so different from his previous life, just a bit worse. Rated R for language and disturbing content involving suicide.
Playing at Maple Art in Bloomfield Hills
A remake of the movie adaptation of Anthony Shaffer's play, with Michael Caine as the cuckolded senior playwright who invites young actor Jude Law to tea and confronts him about sleeping with his wife.
Playing at the Detroit Film Theater at the D.I.A. This Weekend
"My Kid Could Paint That"[PG-13]
At 4, Marla Olmstead won national attention as a painting prodigy whose canvases sold for as much as $25,000. Documentary filmmaker Amir Bar-Lev examines what happened to her and her family.
Showing this weekend at 7 PM with a 4 PM showing on Sunday.
And Playing at the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warren [A.K.A. the discount theater]
ILLEGAL TENDER (R)
MR. WOODCOCK (PG-13)
THE NANNY DIARIES (PG-13)
Play Next week in Detroit
Fred Claus (PG)
Vince Vaughn stars as Old St. Nick's fast-talking slacker brother, who wreaks havoc when he comes to stay at the North Pole.
Lions for Lambs (R)
Robert Redford, Meryl Streep and Tom Cruise star in a story of disparate lives tightly intertwined by the consequences of war.
A businesswoman finds herself trapped and alone, pursued by a psycho security guard inside a parking garage on Christmas Eve.
and For this Week only on Film Guide Friday, list of all the Movies begin released from now to the end of the year as the Holiday Films season beging
Margot at the Wedding
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
Love in the Time of Cholera
November 21st [Thanksgiving]
I'm Not There
Stephen King's The Mist
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
The Golden Compass
Grace is Gone
The Perfect Holiday
The Kite Runner
Alvin and the Chipmunks
I Am Legend
Youth Without Youth
National Treasure: Book of Secrets
P.S. I Love You
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
Charlie Wilson's War
Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem
The Bucket List
The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep
There Will Be Blood