On Pay-Per-View, Steve Carell is a newspaper advice columnist with problems of his own in the romantic comedy Dan in Real Life.
On HBO, the dreaded rage virus turns London into a zombie paradise in the horror sequel 28 Weeks Later.
On Starz, Adam Sandler gets serious as a tormented NYC firefighter in Mike Binder's drama Reign Over Me.
On Cinemax, Hilary Swank visits a small town afflicted by the 10 Biblical plagues in the supernatural thriller The Reaping.
And on DVD, Tom Hanks plays a hard-partying Texas congressman who helps drive the Soviets out of Afghanistan in the hilarious true story Charlie Wilson's War. Posted 04.26.08 by reelz
It's going to be a bloody weekend at the Cineplex, with the critic-proof horror sequel Saw IV making its debut. Movie lovers seeking an alternative to splatter can check out Steve Carell's new comedy Dan in Real Life.
A rundown of our reviews of this weekend's new releases:
"Another stale entry into the torture porn genre featuring some clever methods of creating anguish and the requisite gross-out moments."
Dan in Real Life
"Hedges' sophomore directorial effort is an amusing, albeit schmaltzy, family affair raised a notch by Steve Carell’s pure likability."
Also opening: Bella, Mr. Untouchable, Music Within. Posted 10.26.07 by reelz