Not many films released in cinema's this weekend. I'm sure there is a reasonable solution for this, and that is because of the release of The Hunger Games, a film that is going to be so HUGE. Many will say it is just the next Twilight but from the positive reviews it has had so far I can see it becoming even bigger. Perhaps other films wouldn't have a chance this weekend so that's why only a few mainstream films released. Have a look at them below but I'm sure you will all see just the one.
1. As mentioned above, the big release of the week is THE HUNGER GAMES. Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss, a girl who volunteers, at the expense of her younger sister, to compete in the district Hunger Games. This involves 12 teenagers being sent into the forest and must evade death from each other or hidden threats. One must come out who will it be? It already sounds brilliant!! Also starring: Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth & Stanley Tucci. Will the games change you?
2. Attempting to compete is Navy SEAL drama, starring real life Navy SEAL's, ACT OF VALOR. The SEAL's are sent on a covert mission to rescue a kidnapped CIA agent. The film stars real life SEAL's so the action must be very realistic, as seen from their eyes. Starring: Alex Veadov, Roselyn Sanchez, Nestor Serrano & Alexander Asefa. Realistic war drama?
3. Finally we have English drama, WILD BILL. Starring Charlie Creed Miles as Bill who is finally released on parole after eight years inside. When he returns home he finds his two teenage boys fending for themselves after their Mother abandoned them. The boys are uninterested in their Father's return, especially since they have learnt to fend for themselves, meaning Bill doesn't have to be a Father to them. However his return alerts the social service to their situation and the boys blackmail Bill to be their Father so they won't go into care. Also starring: Will Poulter, Liz White & Sammy Williams. Support the English drama?
There are the minimal films being released this week. Despite Act Of Valor and Wild Bill both looking good, I can't see passed The Hunger Games as the movie that will attract all the audiences. I'm sure it is what I will be seeing so read my review on Monday.