Friday, July 25, 2008

Film Gudie Friday for the weekend of July 25th

After last week record breaking $158,411,483 take for Batman: The Dark Knight it look like with the summer movie season going in to the dead late summer released shecuald it look like it will be in the top spot for two or three more weeks let see the other movie can try to knock off the batman.

"Step Brothers"[R]

Two grown-up brothers still live together with there parents and become brother over night as there parents get married, but they laziness drive them crazy and force them to go out to the real world, sound very familiar...., this film reunite Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly since the 2006 NASCAR comedy film "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby" which was directed by Adam McKay who also directed this film

"The X-Files: I Want to Believe" [PG-13]

Oh my god her we go aging as Chris C. Carter bring back Mulder and Scully for anodher supernatral adventerd just 10 years after the 1st X-files movie, worst part none of the film Critics have no idea what the plot so they want to bevied but have no idea what the movie is all about.

Bonus: How about a video from the classic Welsh alt rock bacd "Catatonia" own to our two hero's.

The rest are from the Detroit Free Press

Opening up this weekend at Main Art

"The Wackness"[R]

Edgy, bittersweet and funny coming-of-age story set in New York City in the summer of 1994.

"The Last Mistress":[NR]

Secrets, rumors and betrayals surround the upcoming marriage between a young dissolute man and virtuous woman of the French aristocracy. Not rated.

OPening up this weekend at Maple Art

"Brideshead Revisited"[PG-13]

Capt. Charles Ryder, who is stationed at Brideshead Castle during World War II, grows involved with the aristocratic Catholic family that owns the Brideshead estate. He is especially taken with brother and sister Sebastian and Julia. Rated PG-13 for sexual content.

"CSNY DéjÀ Vu"[R]

The war in Iraq is the backdrop as the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young "Freedom of Speech Tour" crisscrosses North America in 2006. Echoes of Vietnam-era antiwar sentiment abound.

Playing this weekend at D.F.T. at the D.I.A.

(Italy/1961- directed by Pietro Germi)

Baron Cefalù (the brilliant Marcello Mastroianni) longs to marry his nubile cousin Angela (Stefania Sandrelli of The Conformist), but one obstacle stands in his way: his fawning wife, Rosalia (Daniela Rocca). His solution? Since divorce is illegal, he hatches a plan to lure Roslaia into the arms of another and then murder her in a justifiable effort to “save his honor.” Pietro Germi’s hilarious satire of Sicilian male-chauvinist culture won the 1962 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, though it was originally conceived as a drama until it became apparent that the absurdity lurking at the story’s core was a bitterly funny comedy in disguise. (104 min.)


Program One
Muppet History 101
Sunday – 2:00 PM

Learn your Muppet history! This is material you won’t see anywhere else: early TV appearances, commercials, guest spots on the The Dick Cavett Show, and more! Plus, this program contains the rarely-seen pilot for The Muppet Show—“The Muppets: Sex and Violence.” The program will be introduced by special guest Craig Shemin, archivist for the Henson Foundation. (90min.)

And opening at the Discount Theaher this weekend:


Opening Next week everywhere in Detroit

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Wide)

Brendan Fraser must stop China's ruthless Dragon Emperor and his vast resurrected terra cotta army from taking over the world.

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