Friday, May 25, 2012

In Cinemas This Weekend: Here come the Men In Black.....Again!

This week there are 3 mainstream cinema releases. One is a sequel to a highly regarded franchise which started with a great film and followed with a poor one, hopefully the third one will continue from the first one. The next showcases a good range of acting talent in a film about pregnancy and the different way each sex cope with it, and finally is the film that opened the Cannes Festival, so 3 films that will appeal across the board. Have a look at them below. I have also added the trailers to these in order for you to decide which one you should see.

1. First up is the third instalment of the Men In Black franchise. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back in MEN IN BLACK 3 with time travel being on their agenda. The film continues to see them battle aliens but they meet their match when one manages to time travel and assassinate Agent K, causing Agent J to go back in time and protect his partner before his death. Also starring: Josh Brolin & Jermaine Clement. Want to see some galaxy defending?

Men In Black 3 trailer

2. In the next release men and women from interlocking couples are put to the test in WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING when each couple are pregnant. The film follows each couple as they attempt to prepare themselves for the birth of their new baby and how different sexes react to it. Starring: Cameron Diaz, Matthew Morrison, J. Todd Smith, & Dennis Quaid. Feeling broody?

What To Expect When You're Expecting trailer

3. Last but not least is Wes Anderson's new film which opened the Cannes Film Festival. MOONRISE KINGDOM is set on a remote island with a happy community which is broken when two in love children runaway together causing the locals, a scout leader and police chief included, to go on a manhunt in search of them before a tropical storm sets in. Starring: Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bruce Willis, & Bill Murray.Join the search?

Moonrise Kingdom trailer

There are your 3 releases of the week. I have noticed Moonrise Kingdom won't be being played at every cinema which is a huge shame but there are enough good looking films out there for you to see. Enjoy your choice.

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