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Coming Soon... Bernie

Coming Soon... Bernie

Richard Linklater continues to make interesting career choices and follows up Me & Orson Welles  with this Texas based dark comedy/drama and ropes in Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine and Matthew McConaughey to star.

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Coming (Not So) Soon...

Coming (Not So) Soon...

The Sitter - dir. David Gordon Green - Due to be released in Ireland - 27th Jan 2012! Starring: Jonah Hill, Sam Rockwell That's right, some extremely funny and talented people have thought it would be a great idea to go ahead and basically remake " Adventures in Babysitting " and turn it into an R-rated comedy and who are we to stop them, considering I laughed out loud three or four times while watching the trailer. Tower Heist - dir. Brett Ratner - Due to be released in Ireland 4th November 2011 Starring: Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Matthew Broderick, Casey Affleck, Alan Alda What a cast! Who knew the cinematic event you weren't waiting for was going to be this random assortment of people. Seriously hope it's in 3-D, just to top off the naffness. I must say it is good to see Alan Alda and also Michael Pena in anything though, so I'm sure I'll end up going. Also Casey Affleck must really like being in heist movies or something... Battleshi

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Coming (Not So) Soon...

Coming (Not So) Soon...

Take Shelter - dir. Jeff Nichols - Starring: Michael Shannon, Jessica Chastain, Shea Wigham Michael Shannon has the greatest face in movies and televison at the moment, it's just a fact.  After stealing both Revolutionary Road and Boardwalk Empire from under the noses of some very good actors, comes this indie drama which comes out before he will be better known to everyone as General Zod in the new Superman Man of Steel  movie. The film deals with a man who begins to see apocalyptic visions and sets about building a shelter for his family, which worries everyone around him. 50/50 - dir. Jonathan Levine - Starring: Joseph Gordon Levitt, Seth Rogen, Anna Kendrick. Cancer comedy, could be funny, could be annoying, could be overly sentimental, we won't find out till late in the year anyway, but the cast involved gives me the optimism that it will be worth watching. A Little Help - dir. Michael J. Weithorn - Starring: Jenna Elfman, Chris O'Donnell From the

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Coming Soon...

Coming Soon...

...otherwise known as the Bateman edition. The Change Up - dir. David Dobkin - Released in Ireland 26th August Starring: Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds, Olivia Wilde, Leslie Mann A BODY SWAP MOVIE! Is that a genre of movie we should really be bothering to bring back? As the trailer says it comes from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover and although initially sceptical, after seeing the cast and then the trailer I'm genuinely giddy for this to come out. Will not be satisifed though without a cameo from either Fred Savage or Judge Reinhold, and anyone who doesn't know what I'm referring to , shame on you. Horrible Bosses - dir. Seth Gordon - Released in Ireland 22nd July Starring: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx From the director of the King of Kong (YAY!) comes this little dark comedy dealing with people with... eh...well... horrible bosses. Fans of Going The

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Coming Soon...

Coming Soon...

more indie dramedies for your perusal... Win Win - dir. Thomas McCarthy (Released in Ireland May 20th) Starring: Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, Bobby Cannavale, Jeffrey Tambor. Thomas McCarthy (who is a good actor incidentally) who brought us the fantastic The Station Agent and the equally accomplished  The Visitor returns with another character actor, this time Paul Giamatti, as his lead. Giamatti plays a lawyer with dubious business practices who through these dodgy dealings discovers a star wrestler which he wants to use for his struggling team that he manages, but things are never straightforward. Everything Must Go - dir. Dan Rush Starring: Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Laura Dern, Christopher Jordan Wallace Will Ferrell seems to be in Stranger Than Fiction mode playing an relapsed alcoholic who loses his job and whose wife and kid leave him so he decides to sell everything he owns, co-starring with Notorious B.I.G's son, no less. Our Idiot Brother  - dir. Jesse P

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Coming Soon...

Coming Soon...

30 Minutes or Less - dir. Ruben Fleischer Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari and Danny McBride From the persons who brought you Zombieland comes a film that deals with a pizza delivery driver forced to rob a bank within 30 minutes and also stars a shed load of people I really like, so should be good. Crazy, Stupid, Love.   - dir.  Glenn Ficarra, John Requa Starring: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei and Kevin Bacon. From the team who brought you the great I Love You Philip Morris and also wrote Bad Santa (but also Cats and Dogs ) and starring the guy who used to be in the US Office ("Why did he have to leave...") and also Ryan Gosling who I last saw blow my mind in Blue Valentine by being amazingly charming and tremendously annoying all at once, and again is a film that has plenty of other famous faces to be looking at. Larry Crowne - dir. Tom Hanks Starring: Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts Tom Hanks co-writes (with Ni

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Coming Soon...

Coming Soon...

Red Hill - dir. Patrick Hughes (Out in Ireland 20th May) Starring: Ryan Kwanten, Steve Bisley, Tom E. Lewis A modern day western revenge drama set in Australia (and therefore I'll watch it), starring Vinnie from Home and Away or Jason Stackhouse from True Blood depending on where you come from. Next up here's two films coming soon with the Guillermo Del Toro touch/seal of approval Julia's Eyes - dir. Guillem Morales (Out in Ireland 20th May) Starring:  Belén Rueda ,   Lluís Homar   and   Pablo Derqui Del Toro produces this film about a woman convinced her sister's suicide was something far more sinister. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - dir. Troy Nixey (Out in U.S. late August) Starring: Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce, Bailee Madison and Alan Dale Del Toro co-wrote this remake of a 1973 TV movie, and with a seemingly low budget (US$12 million) was still able to attract Katie Holmes and, not one but two ex-Neighbours stars, in the shape of Guy Pearce an

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Coming Soon...

Coming Soon...

Captain America: The First Avenger - dir. Joe Johnston (Due out in Ireland 29th July) Starring: Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Dominic Cooper, Stanley Tucci, Tommy Lee Jones. The latest in a line of Marvel movies is due out soon, after liking Thor I am slightly more intruiged by this film, although I am hoping the Benjamin Button like FX don't go on too long. Directed by Joe Johnston who has a mixed bag in his canon, he's directed Hidalgo , Jurassic Park III and The Rocketeer but also Jumanji , The Wolfman and Honey, I Shrunk The Kids Bridesmaids - dir. Paul Feig (Due out in Ireland 24th June) Starring:  Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne. Directed by the creator of Freaks and Geeks , Paul Feig, produced by Judd Apatow and written by Kristen Wiig herself, I'm expecting a lot from this and the trailer doesn't disappoint anyway. The film also manages to fit in a lot of familiar funny faces as well, if you're a fan of US TV comedies anyway. Terri

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Coming Soon... The Fighter

Coming Soon... The Fighter

David O' Russell is back. This boxing biopic which was originally going to be directed by Darren Aranofsky but after The Wrestler, he decided to only produce. The film stars Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams, hits the US screens in December, so it will be next year before we get it probably (so not coming THAT soon!).

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