Published Nov 27, 2009It's the last Friday of November, so if you want to hit the theatres this season without having to watch some B-grade actor deal with his in-laws in an alleged comedy, you'd better do it quick. In that spirit, Exclaim! has gone ahead and reviewed this week's films to ensure you don't hit a dud, and we've stuck them all in our Recently Reviewed motion section for your convenience.
First up, there is the latest take on a Cormac McCarthy novel, the much-anticipated The Road, which finds Viggo Mortensen struggling to survive in the fallout of nuclear war. The Paris, je t'aime-inspired New York, I Love You is also in theatres now, and attempts to tell the story of a city in vignettes done by various directors.
The James McTeigue-directed blood bath Ninja Assassin is out, while the Robin Williams and John Travolta give us their Old Dogs, a film where Travolta struggles to raise his divorcee-raised children. Of course, kooky hijinks ensue.
For even more film reviews, check out the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section.