LATEST NEWS's Weekly Openings Report - September 15th

September 14, 2006

The openings for Friday, September 15th include: The Black Dahlia, The Last Kiss, Gridiron Gang, Everyone's Hero, Beer League, The U.S. vs. John Lennon, and Jesus Camp.

The Last Kiss
Jacinda Barrett and Zach Braff in The Last Kiss opening this weekend.

Head out to your local movie theater and watch one of these newly released movies! And don't forget to stop by and leave a comment on your own review or thoughts on any movies you saw this weekend.

The Black DahliaThe Black Dahlia
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Rated: R (for strong violence, some grisly images, sexual content and language)
An adaptation of James Ellroy's 1940s-set novel about two L.A. cops who head up the hunt for the killer of fledgling actress Elizabeth Short. Review - 6/10
The Last KissThe Last Kiss
Genre: Drama, Romance
Rated: R (for sexuality, nudity and language)
A group of 30 year-olds struggle to adapt to adulthood while their aging parents face middle age. Review - 5/10
Gridiron GangGridiron Gang
Genre: Drama, Sports
Rated: PG-13 (for some startling scenes of violence, mature thematic material and language)
A counselor at Camp Kilpatrick, a juvenile detention center in LA, launches a football program to help rehabilitate a group of young inmates.
Everyone's HeroEveryone's Hero
Genre: Action/Adventure, Comedy, Animation
Rated: G
A boy travels across the country on a mission to return Babe Ruth's bat before the deciding game of the 1932 World Series.
Beer LeagueBeer League (Limited)
Genre: Comedy, Sports
Rated: R (for non-stop language including strong sexual references, sexuality, nudity and drug use)
A crass, unemployed, freeloading slacker leads his softball teammates in a loser-walks showdown against their archenemies.
The U.S. vs. John LennonThe U.S. vs. John Lennon (LA/NY - Limited on Sept 29)
Genre: Documentary
Rated: PG-13 (for some strong language, violent images and drug references)
A documentary on the life of John Lennon, with a focus on the time in his life when he transformed from a musician into an antiwar activist. Review - 8/10
Jesus CampJesus Camp (Limited)
Genre: Documentary
Rated: PG-13 (for some discussions of mature subject matter)
A documentary on kids who attend a summer camp hoping to become the next Billy Graham.

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