Sorry for Almost now post for the last two day i was doing X-mas Cars writing for almost two days starghet next to getting some rest, thening to my sore thumb and not only that watching live breaking coverage of the Stephen Grant trial Verdict.
and since i ha no News on this X-mas break, i will do a few post over the next three days and there will be nothing on X-mas Day.
oh! Don't forget the 2007 Festive 50 begin on Wednesday.
and Now the Movie trailer on this week New Films playing every where This Holiday season.
Opened This Weekend
"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story"[R]:
If you liked John C. Reilly's comic turn in "Talladega Nights," you'll get more of him here as a budding rock legend.
Sixteen-year-old outcast (Ellen Page) decides to have her baby and give it up for adoption.
"Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"[R]:
Johnny Depp takes up the razor as the murderous barber.
"Charlie Wilson's War"[R]:
Tom Hanks plays the Texas congressman who secretly helped Afghanistan beat back the Soviets in the 1980s.
"National Treasure: Book of Secrets"[PG]:
Sequel to the surprise 2004 adventure hit starring Nicolas Cage.
"P.S. I Love You"[PG-13]:
A young widow discovers 10 messages from her late husband that encourage her to move on.
"The Kite Runner"[PG-13]:
Afghan-born writer Amir (Khalid Abdalla) returns to the land of his birth in an attempt to redress a childhood wrong.
Playing out at the Landmark Maple Art in Bloomfield Hills
"Starting Out in the Evening"[PG-13]:
A grad student convinces an aging writer that her thesis can resurrect his career.
Opening on Christmas Day
"The Great Debaters"[PG-13]:
Denzel Washington plays a professor at an-all-black college in 1930s Texas who forms a debate team that takes on Harvard.
"Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem"[R]:
Round Two in the battle of the franchise monsters.
"The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep"[PG]:
A lonely Scottish boy discovers a mysterious egg in this fantasy.
Playing at the Landmark Main Art Theater in Bloomfield Hills
Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman have nothing in common except a father who has Alzheimer's.
New At the Discount Theater [A.K.A. the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warren.]
Opening This Weekend
ACROSS THE UNIVERSE (PG-13)
AMERICAN GANGSTER (R)
BEE MOVIE (PG)
TYLER PERRY'S WHY DID I GET MARRIED (PG-13)
WE OWN THE NIGHT (R)
New on X-mas Day
SAW IV (R)
THE GAME PLAN (PG)
Merry X-mas you Film Fan.
The Film Gudie will be back in the New year.