Published Mar 12, 2010With the weekend in the air, there are more than a few new film choices at the theatre. In order to help narrow things down, check out all of the latest in film reviews over at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section.
Every tween's beloved vampire, Robert Pattinson, stars in Remember Me, alongside Emilie de Ravin and Pierce Brosnan. The film, directed by Allen Coulter, merges family tragedy with passionate romance and is sure to get Twilight fans' attention, as Pattinson reveals a little more than he normally would in the famed saga.
In Jim Field Smith's comedy, She's Out Of My League, Kirk (Jay Baruchel) meets a prospective love interest who is totally "out of his league." Yet, his insecurities take over as he tries his best to not mess up the relationship. A directorial debut for Sam Taylor Wood, Nowhere Boy is another flick that might strike your fancy this weekend. Mainly surrounding John Lennon's teen years, the film is based on Imagine This, a book written by Lennon's half-sister Julia Baird.
Jasmine Yuen-Carrucan's Australian road movie Cactus is also out for your viewing pleasure. Our Family Wedding, starring America Ferrera and Forest Whittaker, brings two families to comedic quarrel when an interracial wedding takes place.
The Matt Damon thriller Green Zone, directed by Paul Greengrass, is also out, along with German biopic The Red Baron, a Nikolai Mullerschon-directed film on fighter pilot Manfred von Richthofen's life.
So before you hit the theatres this weekend, make sure to check out our Recently Reviewed motion section to help you with your final verdict.