We are back for another week. Ready to get my … Interesting take on movies?
Here is what movies are coming out tomorrow, and if we suggest you watching them.
Clara – Releasing 05/03/19
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 46%
Isaac is an astronomer who is on the edge. He wants there to be more to life, but everywhere within the universe appears to be empty and devoid of life. Through chance, he meets Clara, and her passion and love of space themed art ignites something within him. They both look to the stars for life, trying to prove to each other their belief, and find something they believe to be life out there in the vast emptiness of space.
Isaac is played by Patrick J. Adams from Suits, and Clara is played by Troian Bellisario, who has been in lots of shows, but interestingly, she played a character named Claire on Suits for a couple episodes. That fact is not important though. This looks interesting. It reminds me of Adam, with Hugh Dancy, for some reason. I can’t say if it will have as happy/satisfying an ending as Adam, but it looks like an interesting movie, especially if you’ve ever dated a scientist who was too involved with their own hypothesis to allow their mind to be opened to another concept… Or anyone politically charged in today’s culture.
Dead Trigger – Releasing 05/03/19
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – (None Available Yet)
Dolph Lundgren stars as Captain Walker, a soldier who leads an elite team of other soldiers to kill a wave of zombies, brought on by a plague. Who was behind the plague, how many will survive?
This looks like a low rent film, but to be honest, I am happy to see Dolph get the work. He is still my favorite Punisher, Come at me!
The Intruder – Releasing 05/03/19
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 26%
A psychological thriller about a young married couple who buys a beautiful Napa Valley house on several acres of land only to find that the man they bought it from refuses to let go of the property.
Horror movies in April, okay then. I mean I guess it’s getting closer to October. I mean, I just can’t really get into a horror movie outside of horror season, unless it’s tied into a specific holiday. Krampus was fun and okay because it was technically a christmas horror movie… That aside and back into this title, if you are looking for a movie, that shares a lot of the feelings of “The Strangers” movies, but from the other side of the lense, then check out this horror/suspense film.
Long Shot – Releasing 05/03/19
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 88%
Seth Rogen plays Fred Flarsky, a comedian (Stretch) who runs into his old babysiter. He used to have a crush on her, and now that they are both adults and while it might be bad for the image she is trying to hone, so that she can get that big promotion, Charlotte Field, played by Charlize Theron, starts to fall for him, when she enlists him to help her write put some more youthful comedic speeches. Oh, yeah, and she is running for President.
I personally believe that Seth Rogen is a gem, a lot of the stuff he does in the background, from Futureman, to Preacher, are so awesome and amazing, it makes you feel like he has a deep understanding and appreciation for the work. That being said, this film does not look like it hits the target as well as his independent/silver screen projects. It is a comedy though, and people will likely go to see this film, and will likely be entertained.
UglyDolls – Releasing 05/03/19
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 47%
A movie where dolls are made, and become sentient, and then are judge for if they are UGLY or PRETTY. The UGLY dolls are thrown into this hole, which has formed a society. The dolls however decide to venture out, and find out where all the PRETTY dolls are sent, and try to find a home in the world with perfect and pretty things.
I do not know what this movie is trying to say. I hate everything about this movie. This is a doll that got made into a feature film. If you have kids, and want to entertain them… take them somewhere else, or if they are already fans of UglyDolls, then you are screwed. Tell us if we are wrong.