Preview This! The Devil Inside
Mike's ProfileMike has a degree in Film from The University of Texas at Austin. He has worked in the entertainment industry for the past 25 years and sees two to four new movies in the theatre a week. Mike has a weekly movie blog where he reviews films both present and past at: lastonetoleavethetheatre.blogspot.com He can be followed on Twitter @lastonetoleave
Opening this week at a theatre near you:
The Devil Inside:
20 years ago, a woman thought she was possessed by a demon and asked for an exorcism. During the exorcism, she murdered three people and was put in psychiatric hospital. Now her daughter, with a film crew, are determined to find out what happened.
What to Watch For: Are audiences ready for a horror film so soon after the holidays? The film was partially shot on location in Rome and Vatican City.
Word on the Street: Paramount is hoping this low budget film will be as successful as Paranormal Activity.
If you can’t make it to the theatre, then stay at home and watch the movies on CW69 this weekend.
Saturday 1:00 pm
Radio (2003) Based on a true story, Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. plays a developmentally challenged man named, Radio, whom the local high school football coach (played by Ed Harris) befriends. They form a partnership that changes the lives of, not only the coach and Radio, but the students at the high school, as well.
Saturday 3:00 pm
Thank You for Smoking (2005) Aaron Eckhart stars in this comedy as Nick Naylor, a lobbyist for the tobacco industry. Nick is good at his job, but his world is turned upside down when he falls for a young reporter (played by Katie Holmes). Can Nick spin his way out of a mess he creates when he tells all to the reporter?
Sunday 2:00 pm
The Big Chill (1983) One of the greatest soundtracks of all time accompanies this film about a group of college friends who get together after one of their friends dies. They spend the weekend celebrating their friend and exploring the relationships they have built over the years. An incredible cast including Kevin Kline, Glen Close and William Hurt make this a classic American film.