Out Now – 9th April 2010

This is Mild Concern’s 100th post and I wish it were more exciting but today’s releases are a weak bunch. Your weekend will have to be spent either seeing Whip It or going outside, when was the last time you went to the zoo?

Shelter
I’m going to copy and paste right from IMDb here; “A female forensic psychiatrist discovers that all of one of her patient’s multiple personalities are murder victims. She will have to find out what’s happening before her time is finished.” I think I’ll wait till it’s on the BBC late one night.

I Am Love (on limited release)
By all account this looks to be a very good film, albeit another secret foreign film. The poster is striking and Tilda Swinton is said to be amazing. Will you go and see it though? Probably not.

I Know You Know (on limited release)
Robert Carlyle and a cast of nobodies in a coming of age tale about a boy suspecting his dad is working for MI6. I hope his suspicions are right or there’s not a lot of plot left.

The Infidel (on limited release)
David Baddiel wrote a film and Omid Djalili is starring it in, how very British. Essentially a Muslim finds out he’s Jewish and religious hilarity ensues. As a godless individual I’m not sure I’m the target audience, sucks to be me.

No Greater Love (on limited release)
A documentary about nuns in Notting Hill. Probably very good… but I won’t be seeing it.

Picking “Flop of the Week” was a tricky one, but I think The Infidel will earn it by trying a little bit too hard.