I hope no films came out on Wednesday because I forgot to check and now it’s far too late. Regardless there’s plenty out today to be getting on with.
It’s a gory horror by a few of the hundreds of writers from the Saw series. The plot apparently involves an ex-con planning a final heist that goes badly wrong as someone has set traps in the house he plans to burgle. According to someone on IMDb without the limited skill to make their own WordPress based film blog, The Collector is “awesome”.
Get Him to the Greek
I’m a rarity in that I think Russell Brand is very funny, and I really enjoyed Forgetting Sarah Marshall. In fact I very nearly saw Get Him to the Greek on Monday but didn’t because something much more interesting and in no way related to me washing my clothes came up. Anyway… if you like Brand see this film, if not then don’t.
Francis Ford Coppola has written and directed a film with a plot that I don’t quite understand but can easily copy and paste in here. “Set in Argentina, with the reunion of two brothers, the story follows the rivalries born out of creative differences passed down through generations of an artistic Italian immigrant family.” Personally I’m not tempted.
A French film in which a lady musician kisses a man and then other stuff happens included her moving on from the man she kissed and doing some travelling. In French!
Ever wanted to see Larry David play Larry David in a film written and directed by Woody Allen who has seemingly lost his knack for making great films? No? Was it the way I phrased it, sorry. It could be good, but surely won’t be.
When in Rome
Come back in an hour and we’ll tell you precisely why you shouldn’t see this film until it’s out on DVD for next to nothing. Kristen Bell is adorable but sometimes that’s not enough.