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New in Theatres · April 27, 2012

Lots and lots of choices this week! There are four new major flicks fighting for your theatre-going dollars.

There’s Mr. High Fidelity in his macabre Edgar Allan Poe crime drama. You’ve got another raunchy romantic comedy from the unstoppable Apatow machine! Jason Statham and his gun show even make it out to kick the shit out of everyone in sight.

And if you’re thinking to yourself “Hey SurlyGurls, what about the families!? I’m not taking my kids to any of those!”… don’t you worry! The people behind ‘Chicken Run’ have an adorable little animated pirate movie for you! They’ve got your back! That’s so nice! You should do them a solid and go see their movie, it looks like your best bet at the Box Office this week.         

THE RAVEN
The only one who can stop a serial killer is the man who inspired him.

Directing: James McTeigue
Writing: Ben Livingston, Hannah Shakespeare
Starring: John Cusack, Alice Eve, Luke Evans, Brendan Gleeson

Price of Admission will get you: another example of Cusack’s recent poor movie choices. Sure, visually it looks good, but the whole idea is ridiculous – merging Edgar Allan Poe and ‘Seven’ is a terrible idea. We think John Cusack is well on his way to being the next Nicolas Cage!!

Running Time · 111 min  
Genre · Mystery / Thriller
Rating · R

THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT
A comedy about the journey between popping the question and tying the knot.

Directing: Nicholas Stoller
Writing: Jason Segel, Nicholas Stoller
Starring: Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie

Price of Admission will get you: an uncompromisingly formulaic and predictable rom-com about the unpredictability of love and life.

Running Time · 124 min  
Genre · Comedy / Romance
Rating · R

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