This weekend smaller, niche movies seem to be your safest bets for entertainment. At the top of the list we have Ben Affleck’s second directorial feature The Town. It co-stars Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner and centers on a group of bank robbers in Boston who are being hounded by the authorities. Next there’s Easy A, a refreshing film that turns the high school sex comedy on its ear. It stars Emma Stone and Penn Badgley and features more John Hughes homages than you can shake a stick at.
More upcoming releases…
- The Town | SceenCrave Review | Reviews | Tickets and Showtimes
- Easy A | ScreenCrave Review | Reviews | Interviews: Actor Stanley Tucci, Director Will Gluck | Tickets and Showtimes
- Catfish [Limited]| ScreenCrave Review | Reviews| Interviews: Cast of Catfish | Tickets and Showtimes
- Devil | Reviews | Tickets and Showtimes
- Alpha and Omega | Reviews |Tickets and Showtimes
- Jack Goes Boating [Limited] | Reviews |Tickets and Showtimes
- The Freebie [Limited] | Reviews |Tickets and Showtimes
One of the critical darlings at this year’s Sundance Film Festival was Catfish. It’s a documentary that follows the relationship between a New York photographer and a Michigan family of artists. What starts off as a simple correspondence on Facebook turns into a web of intrigue!
We also have Devil, the film that’s being called the first installment of M. Night Shyamalan’s “Night Chronicles.” Is that a good thing? It’s a horror flick that centers on a group of people trapped in an elevator who are being attacked by a supernatural force. In other words, it would be the perfect place to play, “one of these things is not like the other.”
What movie will you be seeing this weekend?