This week there are six new movies being released. Two of them are opening everywhere on Wednesday, August 6th and four are in limited release.
Opening Nationwide on Wednesday, August 6th:
Movie: Pineapple Express (R)
Starring: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Gary Cole, Rosie Perez & Danny R. McBride
Genre: Action Comedy
Synopsis: A dude drops his roach after witnessing a murder and then finds out that the rare strain of marijuana he was smoking could be traced back to the dealer and him. So, he and his dealer go on the run with the murdering drug lord and a crooked cop trying to track them down.
First Thoughts: Not sure about this one, but most likely will be seeing it on Friday. The situation may be kind of new, but the comedy seems to be pumping a well that has to be pretty dry by now.
Movie: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (PG-13)
Starring: Amber Tamblyn, America Ferrera, Blake Lively & Alexis Bledel
Genre: Comedy Drama
Synopsis: It is three years since the end of the events of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and the four girls are embarking on their first year of college.
First Thoughts: Never saw the first one and probably won’t be seeing this one either anytime soon.
Movie in Limited Release:
- Beer for My Horses – Comedy about two lawmen in a small town that go after the bad guys that have kidnapped the girlfriend of one of them.
- Bottle Shock – Alan Richman (Die Hard) and Bill Pullman (Independence Day) star in this drama, based on a true story, about the happenings leading up to the famous “Judgment of Paris” wine tasting. Starts Wednesday, August 6th.
- Elegy – Penelope Cruz (Sahara), Ben Kingsley (You Kill Me), Dennis Hopper (Speed) and Patricia Clarkson (No Reservations) star in this drama about a professor that falls for his much younger student and she for him.
- Hell Ride – A bloody, sexy tale of motorcycle revenge presented by Quentin Tarantino.
For New Movie Friday there are two new movies to choose from this week. They are Pineapple Express and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. What new movie looks good to you this week?