Summer is in full swing and Hollywood is rolling out their popcorn fare. Be sure to check back for the review of each of these closer to the release date.
July 3-6, 2012
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
This reboot of Sony’s big franchise is a more serious incarnation about the famed webslinger.
KATY PERRY: PART OF ME
In this documentary, the well known pop star recounts her start as a gospel singer turned hit maker, famous for her song “I Kissed a Girl and I Liked It.” The movie has backstage footage from her world tour as well as private moments as she currently goes through a divorce.
Oliver Stone is back, this time directing a movie set in the world of drug cartels. The movie promises corruption, sexual content, and plenty of foul language. Much caution will be required.
The movie opens July 6, but press screenings have been delayed until July 5, so the prospects for SAVAGES look iffy without even considering its R rating.
July 13, 2012
MAGIC OF BELLE ISLE
An alcoholic writer (played by Morgan Freedman) rents a cabin to try to recover his muse. The movie opens July 6th.
Red Lights is a scary thriller about a skeptical young scientist obsessed with exposing a blind spoon-bending mind reader, played by Robert DeNiro. Sigourney Weaver co-stars as the scientist’s mentor.
Watch for the Movieguide® review on July 13.
ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT (aka ICE AGE 4)
The trio is back for more family fun in this story which sends them adrift on a high seas adventure. The movie opens July 13th.
Read the Movieguide(R) Review of ICE AGE 1
THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
This is the last installment of the Christopher Nolan directed BATMAN trilogy which started with BATMAN BEGINS in 2005. Check back for the review.
Jason Biggs stars in this R-rated comedy about a journalist who helps his goofball friend win a seat on the City Council.
July 25, 2012
RUBY SPARKS is a quirky comedy about a novelist who invents the girl of his dreams and then wills her into reality.
July 27, 2012
Ben Stiller, Seth Rogen, and Vince Vaughn portray family men who start a Neighborhood Watch to escape from their famlies. All works for them until they discover an alien invasion and have to save the world. This comedy has promise but will more than likely contain much offensive material. Opens July 27th. Check back for the review.
STEP UP 4
In case you didn’t get enough dancing in STEP UP 1, 2, or 3, the new movie will feature more of the same. Check back for the full review