There only three new films this week a wram up to next week to big released
here are the offering
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
it the return of everybody fave mis-understood mean rad superhero from the deep of hell in the Sequel to 2004 film which made almost $60 Millions bucks, as our red superhero battle a unstopable evil ouch this could be bad, did i mention this also star Selma Blair to Ron Perlman red menice.
Journey to the Center of the Earth
This time Brendan Fraser take a turn as a professor who take two friends to a expedition in Iceland where they goes below the Earth's surface and visit worlds and unusual people who may go back to the Earth's surface and may become the next Iceland singing super star [can you say "sugarcubes"]
Eddie Murphy played a commandar of a spaceship the come Crashing into NYC as they find way to save there planet oh did i mention the spaceship is the from of Eddie Murphy
Playing at the Main Art Theaher in Royal Oak
Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
This is the Biopic Documentary of the leagdonair gonzo journalism who set the stage for every other take no prisoner stlye of journalism which also feather his 1970 book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas which stars Johnny Depp who also Narrated the doc.
Bouns Trailer: on the bottom the the Gonzo Trailer is the trailers for the 1998 film "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"
Playing at the Maple Art Theaher in Bloomfield Hills
Elsa & Fred
[discrption from yahoo movies]
Aging widowers Elsa and Fred visit the Trevi Fountain in Rome, the landmark from Fellini's "La Dolce Vita", and the experience rekindles their passion for love.
And this week at Detroit Film Theatre at the D.I.A.
From Canadian wunderkind Guy Maddin (Brand Upon the Brain! The Saddest Music in the World) comes another joyously demented, deeply witty work; this time, it’s a personally narrated fever dream about young Guy’s childhood in the wintry hometown of his memories. Maddin describes My Winnipeg’s disarming blend of documentary and surrealism as “docutasia,” a singular vision that appears to be a long-lost artifact from a movie history that never quite existed. Winner, Best Canadian Feature, Toronto Film Festival.
CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON
In the beloved 3-D Creature from the Black Lagoon, a scientific expedition travels up the Amazon and encounters an astounding amphibian with humanoid features. The stalwart explorers (Richard Carlson, Julie Adams and Richard Denning) are amazed and terrified as they wrestle (literally) with the incredible Gill-Man! (79 min.)
IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE
Based on a story by Ray Bradbury, It Came from Outer Space stars Richard Carlson as a man who believes he’s witnessed a spaceship’s crash landing – though local residents (mistakenly) dismiss it as a meteor. One by one, their minds are taken over by “it,” and it’s up to Carlson and Barbara Rush to stand up to the one-eyed monster! Both films will be shown in the miracle of “anaglyphic” 3-D. Red and blue glasses will be provided! (81 min.)
Playing at the Discount theaher
The Dark Knight (Wide)
Christian Bale returns as the Caped Crusader to protect Gotham City from the mad criminal mastermind known as the Joker.
Edtior Note: this movie is getting a lot of buzz because this is Heath Ledger last complet film before his untimely passing last Janurary.
Mamma Mia! (Wide)
On a musical quest to find her real father, a bride-to-be locates three men from her mother's past and invites them to her wedding.
Space Chimps (Wide)
Two NASA chimps find themselves on a fantastic journey to save a strange, uncharted planet's inhabitants from a tyrannical leader.