Cinema Releases (February 2009)

nirodantheFriday 6th February sees the release of the romantic drama ‘Nights in Rodanthe‘, which is the story of a doctor who hits it off with an unhappily married woman at an inn, while he is on his way to see his estranged son. The biographically styled drama about the British talk-show host David Frost’s post-Watergate television interviews with the former president is also being released on the 6th and is called ‘Frost / Nixon‘.  The romantic comedy ‘Bride Wars‘ puts a spin on two best friends who have planned each others perfect wedding, asking us if their friendship can stand sharing the same wedding day?

The following week, on the 13th of February the well timed release of the horror movie ‘Friday 13th‘ will take place. For those of you looking for something a bit more lighter, the second movie about Inspector Clouseau’s missions is being released. Creatively named ‘The Pink Panther 2‘.

revroadthumbOn the 20th of February, the romantic drama called ‘Revolutionary Road‘, which is based on a novel by Richard Yates about a young couple in the 1950s who struggle to deal with their own personal problems whilst trying to raise their two children, is being released. It stars  Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Michael Shannon. A Greek film whose title can be translated to ‘Everything Will Go Fine‘ is also being released this week.

On the 27th of February, the horror flick about a young woman who fights against a spirit that is slowly taking possession of her, is being released. and is called ‘The Unborn‘. Starring Odette Yustman, Gary Oldman and Meagan Goo.

  • Alexandra

    ‘Nights in Rodanthe‘ is one of the worst movies i’ve seen in a while. It starts off way too slow then suddenly overnight the people are in love, then there’s a ‘tragic’ incident and from there it’s all downhill and you’re just rolling your eyes for the rest of it!
    The curious case of Benjamin Button, on the other hand, is one of the BEST movies i’ve seen in a while! Absolutely amazing and definately worth sitting through for 2 and a half hours.

    • i aint seen rodanthe myself, but i watched Benjamin Button… i must agree that the movie is well done and the acting was superb… but.. but.. what was the SEVENTH time that guy got shocked by lightning?! i kept waiting for those :p