Synecdoche, New York - (62% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) Pick of the Week
Check out the review of one of our most anticipated movies of the fall HERE in our Reviews Section. Synecdoche, New York hits limited release this weekend and looks to expand in the coming weeks.
High School Music 3: Senior Year - (59% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) -
Troy and Gabriella embark on their senior year only to be confronted with the reality of having to go to different schools. Oh no! I'm sure they will come up with some sort of solution via an intricate song and dance number. Bet on it! Join the rest of the Cougars as they stage an elaborate spring musical reflecting their experiences, hopes and fears about their future...(I think I just puked a little in my mouth.)
Pride and Glory - (29% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes)
Edward Norton and Colin Farrell play brothers in a family of cops in this drama. After several New York City cops are killed, one brother must investigate his own family as he tries to solve the difficult case. Sounds a little been there done that.
Saw V - (09% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes)
With everyone else dead and rotting, it's up to Hoffman to continue Jigsaw's murderous traditions. When he feels that his identity might be discovered, the killer has to use all his training as a detective to track down anything--and anyone--that might expose him. I'm willing to wager people might die in inventive ways, and there will be less than 5 minutes devoted to plot. Can we stop making these already?