Posted: March 18, 2013 by jperritt in Snapshots
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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.

Spring Breakers – A pimp bails four college girls out of jail to assist him with some dirty work.  Genre – comedy, drama; content – strong sexual content, nudity, drugs, language, and any other depravity associated with spring break.

Olympus Has Fallen – Follows the true story of that former President of the United States of America that was kidnapped and saved by a Presidential guard.  Genre – action, drama; content – strong violence and language throughout.

The Croods – A prehistoric family goes on a road trip.  Genre – comedy, animation, family; content – some scary action.

Love and Honor – A soldier leaves his fellow comrades to fight the Vietnam War in order to chase down the girlfriend that just dumped him (I’m not making this up…isn’t it romantic?). Genre – drama, romance; content – drug content, sexuality, language and brief violence.

Admission – “A Princeton admissions officer who is up for a major promotion takes a professional risk after she meets a college-bound alternative school kid who just might be the son she gave up years ago in a secret adoption.” [IMDb] Genre – romance, comedy; content – sexual material and language.


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