April Movie Releases
Two lifelong friends and neighbors wage a war against each other when one of them (Jack Black) becomes rich after selling an invention. This drives his friend (Ben Stiller) insane with envy.
Starring: Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Christopher Walken, Rachel Weisz, Amy Poehler, Ving Rhames
Directed by: Barry Levinson
Based on the character and comic books created by writer-artist Mike Mignola, this film follows Hellboy, quite literally the spawn of Satan, who has grown up on Earth and become an investigator into the paranormal. His latest investigation brings him into contact with the evil Nazi wizard who wrenched him from the underworld.
Starring: Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, John Hurt, Doug Jones, David Hyde Pierce
Produced by: Guillermo del Toro
Home On The Range
A young widow (Sara Jessica Parker) and mother is in danger of watching her farm be foreclosed unless she can come up with $1,000 for the mortgage. The various farm animals overhear this and, knowing she won't be able to come up with the money, hatch their own plan. The cows consult the family horse (Cuba Gooding Jr.), who turns out to be a former bounty hunter. And it just so happens he's heard about a bandit on the loose in a nearby town. The price on the crook's head? A tidy $1,000.
Starring: Roseanne Barr, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Sarah Jessica Parker, Randy Quaid, David Burnham, Gregory Jbara
Directed by: Will Finn, John Sanford
The Prince & Me
Paige, a pre-med student from Wisconsin, is on the fast track toward her lifelong goals. Edward, the Crown Prince of Denmark, is trying to escape a life he never chose. Needing an escape from his royal life, Edward treks to Wisconsin and poses as "Eddie," a college student. Now they've fallen in love and Edward is in line to become King. Paige has to choose between two dreams -- becoming a princess or the doctor she's always wanted to be.
Starring: Julia Stiles, Ben Miller, James Fox, Miranda Richardson, Joanne Baron
Directed by: Martha Coolidge
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...and Spring (limited)
The exquisitely beautiful and very human drama SPRING, SUMMER, FALL, WINTER… AND SPRING, starring director KIM Ki-duk, is entirely set on and around a tree-lined lake where a tiny Buddhist monastery floats on a raft amidst a breath-taking landscape. The film is divided into five segments with each season representing a stage in a man’s life. Under the vigilant eyes of Old Monk (wonderful veteran theatre actor OH Young-soo), Child Monk learns a hard lesson about the nature of sorrow when some of his childish games turn cruel. In the intensity and lushness of summer, the monk, now a young man, experiences the power of lust, a desire that will ultimately lead him, as an adult, to dark deeds. With winter, strikingly set on the ice and snow-covered lake, the man atones for his past actions, and spring starts the cycle anew… With an extraordinary attention to visual details, such as using a different animal (dog, rooster, cat, snake) as a motif for each section, writer/director/editor KIM Ki-duk has crafted a totally original yet universal story about the human spirit, moving from Innocence, through Love and Evil, to Enlightenment and finally Rebirth.
Starring: KIM Ki-duk, OH Young-soo
Directed by: KIM Ki-duk
The United States of Leland (limited)
Sixteen-year-old Leland Fitzgerald (Ryan Gosling), the son of Albert Fitzgerald (Kevin Spacey), a famous expatriate novelist, kills a boy and is subsequently arrested and imprisoned. His prison teacher, Pearl Madison (Don Cheadle), builds a relationship with him, leading to revelations of what could cause a young man to murder.
Starring: Don Cheadle, Ryan Gosling, Chris Klein, Jena Malone, Lena Olin, Kevin Spacey, Michelle Williams
Directed by: Matthew Ryan Hoge
After returning home from serving his country overseas, Chris Vaughn (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) finds his hometown infested with drugs and crime. Picking up a two-by-four, the man begins kicking ass and taking names in an effort to clean the place up.
Starring: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Johnny Knoxville, Neal McDonough, Kristen Wilson, Ashley Scott
Directed by: Kevin Bray
Johnson Family Vacation
Similar to National Lampoon's Vacation, Johnson Family Vacation stars Cedric the Entertainer as Nate, the patriarch of a dysfunctional family traveling across the country to attend a family reunion.
Starring: Cedric the Entertainer, Steve Harvey, Vanessa Williams, Bow Wow, Solange Knowles, Shannon Elizabeth
Directed by: Christopher Erskin
I would like to see this one.
Originally Posted by TNGirlie27
Envy's not lookin too hot.
It got pushed back like 2 or 3 times.
They had to reshoot the ending.
and the response to the previews have been "underwhelming"
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