FRIDAY 15TH JANUARY 2010 – This weeks New Releases



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Another week has crepted up on us and this week we have a downsizer clocking up his airmiles & love interest, Its not about him but about Sandra Bullock. Denzil is our protector in a apoclyptic America, Ray winstone  has a big ego to mend with the backing of his cockney mates.

Ive decided no movie of the week just info on the releases. I would have went for BOOK OF ELI but ive already had a little backlash from a few friends for not going for UP IN  AIR so I went for none so as usual its down to you guys!! In this blog I mostly cover the main hollywood releases but week in week out in the small independent cinemas there is lots of  great indie/foreign/ arthouse movies that you can enjoy. At Cinehouse my other blog (yes I have another blog) I try to cover the indie/foreign/arthouse movies that get realeased.

In that blog I do try follow the same plan I do here but obivously different genres. Majority is trailers only but I am working on some other pages (you’ll see the menu at top of blog, still under construction) to liven it all up, so greatful of help out if Cinehouse covers genres you like in film.

Back to The Releases personally what I’ve seen of Up In Air there wasnt anything to inspire me to say this is the movie to go and see, but mainstream media does plug this  as the movie to see this week. Personally its very slow looking and nothing much happens, its all in the lines from the cast, dry maybe witty its a listen carefully at what they say type of movie. You have to be quick and maybe up in some American humour maybe to get the jokes or be in the type of work the cast are doing, if you took the movies main selling point Gorgoeus George out this movie wouldnt be sucessfull(im not saying it isnt a good movie though). Book of Eli I would have went to see this week, but today I went to See the Road (watch out for review over weekend) and wednesday night I had a freebie watching 44 inch chest (review coming up as well).

Book Of Eli compared to The Road  (which are both Apoclyptic  movies) does seem to be more like the big hollywood blockbuster type all action probably very little story and reading the early reviews its not great news, I may see it during the week. 44 inch Chest I was presently surprised about not alot happens in it but when it does it twist your mind, not a typical boring London gangster flick but intelligent flick read the review when its posted. Well is it All About Steve or is it about Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper? another generic run of the mill romcom.

So boys and girls thats  your lot this week next week we will have fighting sibilings as Spiderman has a go at Prince of Persia with Luke Skywalkers mum stuck in the middle, An excellent French crime movie, Matt Dillon in heist movie, Clive owen is back with his boys and matrix style martial arts.

So as usual enjoy whatever movie you see this week wherever you are, enjoy the popcorn and dont moan at lack of reviews why not send your own in and we’ll gladly post it here with our big thanks for doing it (review, date/location, rating out of 5 send to thepeoplesmovies@gmail.com), have a good one folks!

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BOOK OF ELI (15)

Action, Western, Sci-fi  (1hr 57 mins)

Denzil Washington, Mila Kunis, Gary Oldman

Eli is a lone man journying on foot across a post-apocalyptic America guarding with his life what, for all he knows, could well be the last copy of the bible in existence. On its sacred pages is written all the knowledge needed to redeem and rebuild society but a despotic lunatic seeks to take the book from Eli’s grasps

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UP IN THE AIR (15)

Comedy (1hour 49 mins)

George Clooney, Vera Famglia, Anna Kendrick

Ryan Bingham is a corporate downsizing expert whose cherished life on the road is threatened just as he is on the cusp of reaching ten million frequent flyer miles and just after he’s met the frequent-travelling girl of his dreams.

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44 INCH CHEST (18)

Thriller (1 hour 34 mins)

Ray Winstone, John Hurt, Ian McShane

Colin is devastated when his wife announces she’s leaving him for a younger man, and when we first meet him he is sprawled drunkenly amidst the wreckage of their final argument. Colin’s crew of old friends rally to his aid, planning to kidnap the lover and push Colin into taking revenge.

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ALL ABOUT STEVE (15)

Comedy (1hr 38mins)

Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper, Thomas Hayden Church

The story centers on a brilliant crossword constructor who, after one short date, decides that a CNN cameraman is her true love. Because the cameraman’s job takes him hither and yon, she crisscrosses the country, turning up at media events as she tries to convince him they are perfect for each other. She fails in this objective but falls in with a band of misfits who appreciate her for who she is.

trailers - Youtube info Screenrush

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The founder of The People's Movies, started the site 20th November 2008.The site has excelled past all expectations with many only giving the site months and it's still going strong. A lover of French Thrillers, Post Apocalyptic films, Asian cinema. 2009 started Cinehouse to start his 'cinema education' learning their is life outside mainstream cinema. Outside of film, love to travel with Sorrento, Guangzhou and Manchester all favourite destinations.Musically loves David Bowie, Fishbone, Radiohead.