Monday, July 2, 2012

In Cinemas Now: The Bridesmaids clan are back.

I was away last Friday and never had chance to post to you what was being released in cinemas at the weekend for you all to go and see. Instead I will let you know now what is out for your viewing pleasure. There are 6 films released nationwide and unfortunately none have particularly caught my eye, with the one that seems the most intriguing only having limited release this week, such a shame really. Below are the 6 films now in cinemas so if you haven't seen any yet here is your chance to make up your mind.

1. Many of the Bridesmaids stars are back in FRIENDS WITH KIDS that follows two best friends who decide to have children but remain just friends in order to avoid the strains on a relationship that having kids bring. To some this may be a good idea and to others it is a disaster waiting to happen. Starring: Jennifer Westfeldt, Adam Scott, Maya Rudolph & Chris O' Dowd. Will their system work?
2. Next on is a story about a choir singer who goes head to head with their new director over the way the group should enter a competition. JOYFUL NOISE stars Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton as the two warring women who only want what's best for their group. Also starring: Keke Palmer & Jeremy Jordan. Whose choice will they follow?
3. Matthew McConaughey stars as KILLER JOE, who is a corrupt cop and an assassin on the side. When Emile Hirsch comes into money worries he hires Killer Joe to kill his Mother in order to claim the insurance money, but Killer Joe has another agenda in mind. This is the film with limited screening this week which is a huge shame. Also starring: Juno Temple & Thomas Haden Church. Death for money?
4. LOVELY MOLLY is a horror film that isn't so lovely. The film follows Molly after she moves into her deceased Father's home, only for painful past memories to resurface. Starring: Gretchen Lodge, Johnny Lewis, Alexandra Holden, & Field Blauvelt. Is Molly lovely?
5. Noel Clarke is back on the screen in STORAGE 24. He and his former girlfriend head to their storage unit to separate their possessions, however whilst sorting through they find themselves locked in due to London being shut down over a possible alien invasion. Also starring: Colin O' Donoghue, Antonia Campbell-Hughes & Laura Haddock. Will they get out alive?
6. Finally we see Emily Blunt on the big screen for the second week running only this time she doesn't play the love interest. In YOUR SISTER'S SISTER she plays Iris who invites her male friend to her island cabin after the death of his brother. On a drunken night he hooks up with Iris' sister which kicks off a string of revealing predicaments. Also starring: Mark Duplass, Rosemarie DeWitt, & Mike Birbiglia. Who is your sister's sister?

Your Sister's Sister trailer

There are the films that were released last weekend, and as of yet I have not seen any of them. Come back this week to see which film I saw last weekend and you will have to wait till next weekend to see which out of these films I might see. Missing a week at the cinema is always painful!!

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