Hamlet 2 - (60% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) (Pick of the Week)
Check out the Movie Press review of it HERE.
Babylon A.D. - (07% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes)
Vin Diesel is promised a passport back into the sci-fi post-apocalyptic America that exiled him for terrorism. The catch? He must take a woman from Eastern Europe to New York City. Directed by the French guy that brought us Gothika, Mathieu Kassovitz, it is based on the novel BABYLON BABIES by Maurice G. Dantec.
College - (Not Reviewed for Critics)
Drake Bell of Nickelodeon's DRAKE AND JOSH grows up with this raunchy comedy about a trio of high school seniors on a college visit. When they arrive on campus, the three teens are recruited by a party-loving frat. It also co-stars that American Idol reject kid that looked like Chicken Little.
Disaster Movie - (Not Reviewd for Critics)
(Real Synopsis I couldn't resist to print.)
'In Disaster Movie, the filmmaking team behind the hits Scary Movie, Date Movie, Epic Movie and Meet The Spartans this time puts its unique, inimitable stamp on one of the biggest and most bloated movie genres of all time --the disaster film. '
Traitor - (51% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes)
Academy Award nominee Don Cheadle (Hotel Rwanda, Crash) and Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential) star in Traitor, a taut international thriller set against a jigsaw puzzle of covert counter- espionage operations. Traitor is written and directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff (screenwriter of The Day After Tomorrow).