Tuesday, March 20, 2012

New on DVD this week: The Adventures Of TinTin

There is many films being released on DVD this week. I've only managed to see two of them and they were both highly disappointing, but with one of them especially the broader verdict was that it was good. Not for me it wasn't. I won't tell you what film it is and let you make your own decision on it. Some big films released however, and ones that I have heard fantastic things about. SO get down to your DVD rental shop, or go and buy one, and give them a look at.

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN: THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN - Tintin is back on the big screen, directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Peter Jackson. Tintin teams up with Captain Haddock in search of a sunken ship commanded by Haddock's ancestor.

The Adventures Of Tintin trailer

MACHINE GUN PREACHER - Gerard Butler is a former drug-dealer biker who finds God and vows to help the Sudan children who are being forced to become soldiers.

Machine Gun Preacher trailer

TOWER HEIST - Ben Stiller heads an all star comedic cast as a manager of a block of plush apartments, housed by the rich and powerful. When one of the residents is arrested for fraud and all the employees lose their pension they invested with him, Stiller sets out to gain revenge in rather comedic ways.

Tower Heist trailer

MONEYBALL - Brad Pitt plays a baseball manager who devised a system of picking his team based on mathematics and statistics due to his teams financial difficulties.

Moneyball trailer

TRESPASS - A married couple are held hostage in their own home and are broken down until a truth based on deception and betrayal is revealed.

Trespass trailer

TAKE SHELTER - Apocalyptic drama starring Michael Shannon as a husband and father who has visions that the world is going to end, causing him to build a shelter to protect his unknowing family.

 Take Shelter trailer

SNOWTOWN - Based on a true story of a 16 year old boy who befriends his Mother's new boyfriend, which leads him on a torturous and murderous spree.

Snowtown trailer

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