Published Sep 24, 2010As always, we have written up reviews of this week's batch of premiering films, so pop over to the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed motion section and find out which films to hit and which ones to miss this weekend.
First, Oliver Stone has resurrected Gordon Gekko in his sequel to the 1987 classic, Wall Street. This time, Michael Douglas's aged Gekko plays opposite Shia Labouf and Josh Brolin. Is Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps worth the reunion? Read the review and find out.
Next, in the world of chick flicks, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Bell and Odette Yusman have teamed together to bring us You Again, directed by Andy Fickman. The film follows mother-daughter team (Curtis, Bell, respectively) who are put face to face again with their past rivals.
Fans of director Zack Snyder, who gave us Watchmen and 300 have reason to celebrate, because he's back with Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, a children's tale about a baby owl on a hero's journey. But don't forget to check out our take on the Joaquin Phoenix/Casey Affleck controversy. You might be surprised by what we have to say about their mock-umentary, I'm Still Here.
Lastly, we've written up reviews of Rachel Perkins's Australian road-trip movie Bran Nue Day and the quirky Chinese remake of the Coen brothers' classic Blood Simple, entitled A Woman, A Gun & A Noodle Shop, directed by Zhang Yimou.
Be sure to read reviews of these movies and more at our Recently Reviewed motion section.