The Rebound

Editor's Rating: 
2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
Starring: 
Catherine Zeta Jones
Justin Bartha
Directed By: 
Bart Freundlich

An older woman getting together with a toy boy ought to be a slam dunk of a plot. After all, many young men today would sell their souls for a chance to date someone a little more mature. Yet, while the concept still entices in real life, it would seem that it has run its course onscreen.Sandy (Zeta-Jones) is a doting mother of two with a passion for sports statistics. She’s content with holding the fort at home until she catches her husband cheating on her.One speedy divorce later and Sandy moves to New York City with the kids in tow, where she’s goaded into dating again by a friend.

Opening Date: 
Wed, 2011-02-09
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Author: 
Kurt Ganapathy

The Green Hornet

Editor's Rating: 
2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
Starring: 
Seth Rogen
Jay Chou
Christoph Waltz
Cameron Diaz
Directed By: 
Michel Gondry

The Green Hornet franchise has a long history, starting out as a radio program in the 1930s and reaching its zenith with a 26-episode series in the late 1960s. Given its background, and with the usually inventive Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) at the helm, 2011’s The Green Hornet could have been an offbeat homage.
But it was not to be.

Opening Date: 
Wed, 2011-01-26
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Author: 
Kurt Ganapathy

Love and Other Drugs

Editor's Rating: 
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Starring: 
Jake Gyllenhaal
Anne Hathaway
Directed By: 
Edward Zwick

If you’ve longed to see Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway rekindle their Brokeback Mountain romance or if you’ve always wanted to watch Donnie Darko plough Princess Mia in extensive detail, your wait is over.

Opening Date: 
Thu, 2011-01-13
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Author: 
Kurt Ganapathy

Gulliver’s Travels

Editor's Rating: 
2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
Starring: 
Jack Black
Emily Blunt
Billy Connolly
Catherine Tate
Chris O'Dowd
Amanda Peet
Jason Segel
Directed By: 
Rob Letterman

If Jonathan Swift were alive to see his satire brought into the 21st century, he would weep. Weep, not because Gulliver’s Travels is a terrible film, but because of what it might have been.Lemuel Gulliver (Jack Black) is an aimless mailroom guy at a New York newspaper. Wanting to impress Darcy (Amanda Peet), the travel editor with whom he is enamored, Gulliver plagiarizes a series of travel articles which results in him being deployed to cover a story about the Bermuda Triangle.

Opening Date: 
Wed, 2011-01-05
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Author: 
Kurt Ganapathy