Welcome to Summer 2011! Join us as we celebrate the time of the season with a look back at some of Hollywood’s biggest summer movies, all available on Netflix Instant.
This weekend’s releases are all about getting old or coming home: Disney gives us yet another Pirates (mis)adventure, Woody Allen deals with mortality through lovers in Paris, Iraq War veterans find a different war at home, and a wandering musician returns home to face the music.
Bloodworth returns to his home, a tiny place in Tennessee, after forty years on tour. The wife he left has withered, his three sons are grown and angry. His only connection is with his grandson, who wants to live a happier life than the rest of his family.
Post-Oscars it looks like the studios have some good ones for us. This week we have aliens attacking Los Angeles, a modern telling of a fairy tale, big names in a mobster flick, and horses, broadswords and pestilence.
I’ve been waiting for this movie to come out for some time and if you like mob movies, it’s right up your alley. Ray Stevenson and Christopher Walken star in the story of Danny Greene, an Irish thug who took on the mob in the 1970s.
This week produces a promising bounty for our DVD and Blu-Ray players.
After his wife gets killed in a shooting, Angel (Val Kilmer) must go undercover to confront an arms dealer (50 Cent) to bring down an entire crime organization.
Is MacGruber a bomb or THE bomb? Here’s a clue: the era of crappy SNL comedy movies is over.
This week’s new flicks include MacGruber blowing up wide, Shrek’s last adventure and more.
Check out the red band trailer for action/comedy movie MacGruber starring Ryan Phillippe, Val Kilmer and Will Forte. When the world needs a hero, they call MacGruber.
Am I actually excited for a Saturday Night Live spin-off movie? I am! MacGruber looks hot. Check out the trailer starring Will Forte as the titular Special Ops agent, with Val Kilmer, Kristin Wiig Maya Rudolph and Ryan Phillipe.