This weekend in movies playing in Kingstowne, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones party like it's 1997, and Judi Dench and Maggie Smith experience their golden years in India.
Men in Black 3
Will Smith time travels into the past to save alien-fighting partner Tommy Lee Jones. Josh Brolin plays the younger version of Jones.
Men in Black 3 (New York Daily News)
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Geriatric Brits, lead by Maggie Smith and Judi Dench, move to an Indian hotel run by Slumdog Millionaire's Dev Patel. Culture clashes, at turns serious and hilarious, ensue. Will the Dowager Countess & Co. find love?
"Smiles Bloom in Comic Charmer" (Times-Picayune)
See the trailers for this movie in the media box to the right.
Also playing in Kingstowne this weekend:
A group of superheroes, including The Hulk, Captain America, and Iron Man, must fight a menace to humanity--if they can stop fighting each other.
Avenging Marvels (Metro Weekly)
Taylor Kitsch can't get enough of those aliens, can he? Fresh off fighting and romancing extraterrestrials in John Carter, Kitsch returns to earth to battle an intergalactic threat with the help of Rihanna and Liam Neeson.
Johnny Depp stars as vampire Barnabus Collins in Tim Burton's comedic homage to the campy '60's drama of the same name.
Undead in the 1970s (San Francisco Chronicle)
Sacha Baron Cohen, famous for his gonzo escapades in Bruno, Borat, and Da Ali G Show,plays a dictator committed to keeping democracy out of his country.
The Dictator Stages a Coup of Absurdity (NJ Star Ledger)
The Hunger Games
"The Hunger Games" is about teenagers in a post-apocalyptic world fighting for their lives on television. The movie is based on the book series by Suzanne Collins and stars Jennifer Lawrence, Elizabeth Banks and others.
The Hunger Games Movie Guide (ABCNews)
Review: The Hunger Games (HollywoodReporter.com)
What to Expect When You're Expecting
Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Diaz navigate the shoals of motherhood.
Parent Trap (The Village Voice)