The Wire Weekend Movie Round Up

October 8, 2010 |  by  |  Entertainment
(2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)

If watching live sports (ie: The Yankees cream The Twins) is too traumatizing for you Midwesterners (or those that love them) — then maybe go see a movie this weekend!

Now that The Social Network has been out for a week, it’d be a good weekend to see that Oscar buzzing flick. But if you insist on a new release, maybe these will tickle your fancy.

Life as We Know It  –
Diva Katherine Heigl and Hottie Josh Duhamel must set aside their differences when they suddenly find themselves in care of their goddaughter. Will Chick Flicks ever get old? (Answer: YES!)

Secretariat – The true story of the record-breaking Triple Crown-winning horse, and the suburban housewife who ushered him to greatness. Opens in wide release this weekend if you feel like bawling your eyes out.

My Soul to Take - In the sleepy town of Riverton, a serial killer turns up 16 years after his purported death to kill the seven children born on that night. Scarrrry!!

It’s Kind of a Funny Story - A clinically depressed 16-year-old checks himself into an adult psychiatric ward where he gains a new lease on life. Starring that fat dude from The Hangover trying to prevent being typecast as the fat guy from The Hangover, no doubt.

Nowhere Boy - Just in time for the ex-Beatle’s 70th birthday, comes the story of the young troubled teenage John Lennon who escapes into the exciting new world of rock n’ roll in 1955 Liverpool.


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