There will be 11 new movies released on Friday. One opens everywhere and another 10 are in limited release.
Nationwide – New Movie Released on Friday, June 3rd:
Movie: X-Men: First Class (PG-13)
Starring: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Kevin Bacon, Rose Byrne & Jennifer Lawrence
Genre: Sci-Fi Comic Book Action
Synopsis: Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr were once just two young men trying to figure out their powers. They were close friends that worked together with other Mutants to stop a great threat to the world. But, during this time a rift between the two opened that would lead to a long struggling war between Magneto’s Brotherhood and Professor X’s X-Men.
First Thoughts: This is the origin story that I’ve been wanting to see since the first X-Men movie. But, after X-Men Origins: Wolverine stunk up the screen, I wasn’t so sure we’d ever get something that looks this good.
Limited – New Movies Released on Friday, June 3rd:
- Beautiful Boy – Psychological drama starring Maria Bello and Michael Sheen trying to deal with the aftermath of finding out their son went on shooting rampage at a college before killing himself.
- Beginners – Comedy drama starring Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer about a son in a new relationship remembering the time around when his father came out of the closet at 75 after 44 years of marriage to his mother.
- Empire of Silver – Drama about a young man about to takeover his family’s Chinese baking empire in 1899.
- Film Socialisme – Avant-garde film about a brother and sister that bring their parents before the court of their childhood.
- The Last Mountain – Documentary about the fight of a small community in against a coal mining company over the last great mountain in Appalachia.
- Love, Wedding , Marriage – Romantic comedy starring Mandy Moore about a recently married marriage counselor dealing with the impending divorce of her parents.
- Mr. Nice – Biographical crime comedy about an Oxford University student that became an international drug smuggler with connections to various intelligence agencies and the Mafia.
- Rejoice and Shout – Music documentary that takes you through the 200 years of African American Christianity and the many musical styles that surrounds it.
- Small Town Murder Songs – Psychological crime drama about an old police officer hiding from a violent past in a small town until a murder in town messes everything up.
- Submarine – Coming of age comedy drama about a teen boy with two goals before his next birthday, to lose his virginity and stop his mother from leaving his father.
There is one new movie playing in my area this week. It is X-Men: First Class. Of the eleven new movies released on Friday, which one do you want to see most?