Snapshots

Posted: February 11, 2013 by jperritt in Snapshots, Uncategorized
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snap·shot – a brief appraisal, summary, or profile.

Every Monday we hope to provide our readers with snapshots of films being released for the upcoming weekend. This will be a brief summary of films that will assist our readers in the area of discernment. Instead of searching other sites and reading lengthy articles, it’s our hope to provide a concise list of all the films of the weekend in one consolidated post. If you wonder why we don’t list the MPAA ratings, please click here.

(Releasing Valentine’s Day)

Safe Haven – Guys, go ahead and accept the fact that you’re getting suckered into this Nicholas Sparks thriller/mystery/love story. Genre – cheesy, romance, thriller; content – violence and sexuality.

A Good Day to Die Hard – However, guys might earn enough points sitting through Safe Haven to get the fellas together and watch the fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise. Genre – action; content – violence, language, and sexual content.

Beautiful Creatures – “Ethan longs to escape his small Southern town. He meets a mysterious new girl, Lena. Together, they uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town.” [IMDb] Genre – fantasy, drama, romance; content – violence, scary images, and some sexual material.

(Releasing Friday)

Escape from Planet Earth – An alien astronaut attempts to escape from a dangerous ‘alien plant’ called earth. Genre – comedy, animation, family; content – rude humor.

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  1. […] fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard, releases right in time for Valentine’s Day (awww).  Some people love these films, some […]

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