Published Nov 05, 2010Friday's here once again and we've compiled reviews of this week's newest box office releases in one easy to browse section, so read on and check out our big-screen picks and pans at the Exclaim.ca Recently Reviewed section.
First up, Todd Phillips is back with Due Date, starring Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey Jr. Does Due Date have the same potential for box office success as Phillips's last effort, 2009's The Hangover? Read our review to find out.
Next, throw on those 3D glasses and check out our review of Megamind, an animated adventure starring Will Ferrell and Brad Pitt as two aliens with superpowers who end up using Earth as their battleground. But for some true-to-life political thrills, read our review of Fair Game, Doug Liman's adaptation of the story of outed CIA agent Valerie Plame.
Summer's over, and probably so is your childhood, but you can at least go back vicariously by heading out to see Summerhood, directed by Jacob Medjuck and Tony Dean Smith. Next, lovers of French cinema won't want to miss our glowing review of Mia Hansen-Løve's For Colored Girls and Jeff Malmberg's documentary, Marwencol, which follows the life of artist Mark Hogancamp, the creator of an extraordinary diorama of a fictional European village besieged by WWII attacks.
Check out these reviews and more at the Exclaim.ca Recently Reviewed section.