Snapshots

Posted: September 19, 2014 by Blaine Grimes in Snapshots

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snap·shot – a brief appraisal, summary, or profile.

This Friday 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.

[Note: There are quite a few movies opening this weekend, and we’re only highlighting a few.]

 

• The Maze Runner is the latest entry into the ever-increasing population of young-adult, dystopian science fiction films. This time, they have to escape from a maze.

Genre: Sci-Fi/Action

Content: Violence and intense action sequences

• In A Walk Among The Tombstones, Liam Neeson reprises his role as an old tough dude (a la Taken) who is hired to investigate a murder. You can bet that no matter who they are, he will find them and . . .

Genre: Action/Thriller

Content: Strong violence, language, and sexuality

• Tusk is a horror movie and black comedy about a man who is kidnapped and slowly turned into a walrus. No, I’m not kidding.

Genre: Horror

Content: Violence, language, and sexual content

• This is Where I leave You is about a dysfunctional family that is brought together by the passing of a relative and must learn to settle their differences. Hey, this sounds a lot like August: Osage County.

Genre: Comedy

Content: There will probably be a lot of language and sexual content.

• In Terry Gilliam’s Zero Theorem a man tries to find the meaning of life.

Genre: Sci-Fi/Drama

Content: Nudity, sex, and language

 

 

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