Published May 21, 2010If you're sticking around the city for the long weekend and want to take in a new movie, check out the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed motion section to check out your best bets at the cinema.
First off, Will Forte stars as a special op who makes it his job to recover a stolen nuclear warhead from his arch nemesis, played by Val Kilmer, in the '80s parody action movie, MacGruber.
Then, we have our review of the fourth and final chapter of the Shrek series, Shrek Forever After, and director Anurag Basu's Kites, a Bollywood film that follows the story of a man beaten-up and abandoned in a Mexican desert whose only goal is to get back the love of his life.
Also, check out our review of Harry Brown, which stars Michael Caine as an elderly former Royal Marine who's taken to cleaning up the streets of London with his own two hands, as well as director Jamie Thraves's The Cry of the Owl.
Lastly, we have Leslie, My Name Is Evil, which gives an examination of American morality during the Vietnam War. The film follows a mild-mannered science student who has been selected for jury duty during the trial of three women from a hippie death cult.
So head over to the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed motion section for all these reviews and more.