By Mary Alize
Hope you are all having a great week and are ready to enjoy one of Hollywood’s newest releases.
AFTER EARTH (PG 13):
One of the most expected releases this week is After Earth the great actor Will Smith comes to the big screen along with his son in this amazing movie. A father and son must come together to save themselves from the desolate planet in which they have landed. After their craft crashes on Earth 1000 years in the future they must fight to find their way home. General Cypher has just finished his duty as a military and now is trying to transition and be a father to his son Kitai. Their ship is hit by an asteroid storm severely damaging it and causing them to crash land on Earth. Directed by Night Shyamalan and actors Will Smith, Jaden Smith, Zoe Kravitz, Sophie Okonedo, Lincoln Lewis among others brings this new action thrilled movie to theatres near you.
AMERICAN MARY (RATED R):
A movie that I found interesting but creepy at the same time a little on the psychologically imbalanced and desperate to find a financial solution by doing the unthinkable in order to meet her needs. A medical student who is struggling to pay her tuition decided to start practicing medicine without having a license to do so. After she cannot figure out how to financially support her studies she begins performing surgical procedures on her patients which are willing to pay big dollars in order to alter their appearances. The psychological scars of the aftermath malpractice of her patient’s surgeries is something that will scar them forever. Directed by Jen Soska and actors Katharine Isabelle, Antonio Cupo, Tristan Risk, and David Lovgren will have you glued to your seat with this creepy story.
CRAZY KIND OF LOVE (RATED R):
A very heartwarming story of a mother who is devastated after she finds out that her husband is cheating on her and her marriage has come to an end. With a son that is consumed by smoking marijuana she has submerged herself into a vast depression. Even though he is a pothead he has set his mind to help his mom and with the help of his girlfriend he will guide his move to recover from her depression. Directed by Sarah Siegel-Magness and actors Virginia Madsen, Sam Trammell, Zach Gilford, Amanda Crew brings this touching story to theatres this week. A lesson of love and family unity that can overcome any adversity.
THE EAST (RATED PG 13):
Directed by Zal Batmanglij and actors Brit Marling, Ellen Page, Toby Kebbell bring this drama, suspense thriller based movie to the big screen this week. Female FBI agent is given the job of finding the culprits behind the clandestine major attacks on corporations. During her development and interaction with the responsible party Sarah becomes attached to the leader of the group. After collecting evidence against them she starts sympathizing with them adding a twist to the story.