LATEST NEWS's Weekly Openings Report - September 22nd

September 21, 2006

The openings for Friday, September 22nd include: Fearless, Flyboys, Jackass: Number Two, All the King's Men, Renaissance, and The Science of Sleep.

Jet Li's Fearless
Jet Li fighting in Fearless 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.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Foreign, Biopic
Rated: PG-13 (for violence and martial arts action throughout)
Huo Yuanjia overcomes personal and physical setbacks to become the most famous Chinese fighter at the turn of the 20th century. Review - 9/10
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, War
Rated: PG-13 (for war action violence and some sexual content)
An action-drama that charts the adventures of Lafayette Escadrille, a group of American fighter pilots who volunteered for French military before the U.S. entered WWI -- a unit that includes Rawlings, a young pilot who falls for a French woman. Review (Josh's Take) - 8/10 Review (Alex's Take) - 7/10
Jackass: Number TwoJackass: Number Two
Genre: Comedy
Rated: R (for extremely crude and dangerous stunts, sexual content, nudity and language)
The Fab 11 return with all new stunts and gross-outs.
All the King's MenAll the King's Men
Genre: Drama
Rated: PG-13 (for an intense sequence of violence, sexual content and partial nudity)
Journalist Jack Burden falls under the spell of politically entrenched Southern populist Willie Stark. Based on Robert Penn Warren's novel on the life of Louisiana Governor Huey Long.
RenaissanceRenaissance (Limited)
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller, Animation
Rated: R (for some violent images, sexuality, nudity and language)
In a future version of Paris, a young woman searches for her kidnapped sister, a genetics researcher for the mega-corporation, Avalon. Joining in on the mystery is a a cop who has been dispatched by the missing woman's employer, a man who knows the true value of his employee. Review - 7/10
The Science of SleepThe Science of Sleep (Limited)
Genre: Art, Foreign, Drama, Science Fiction, Fantasy
Rated: R (for language, some sexual content and nudity)
An insecure young man who lives in his dreams as much as in his real life attempts to establish a connection with his new neighbor. Review - 9.5/10

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