FS.net's Weekly Openings Report - September 29th
September 28, 2006
The openings for Friday, September 29th include: School for Scoundrels, The Guardian, Open Season, The Last King of Scotland, and A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.
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.
Rated: PG-13 (for language, crude and sexual content, and some violence)
An unlucky meter reader enrolls in confidence-building class with his sights set on winning over the girl of his dreams. It's a dream that becomes complicated when his instructor gets the same idea.
FirstShowing.net Review - 6.5/10
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Rated: PG-13 (for intense sequences of action, brief language and some sensuality)
Rescue swimmer Ben Randall, in mourning over the loss of his crew, dedicates himself to teaching, and soon finds a young man who needs mentoring, cocky swim champ Jake Fischer. Seeing his protÃ©gÃ© through graduation, the two men head to work in Alaska, where Ben learns the true meaning of heroism and sacrifice during his first solo rescue in the Bering Sea.
FirstShowing.net Review - 8/10
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Rated: PG (for some rude humor, mild action and brief lanuage)
A deer buddies up with a domesticated grizzly bear when the two animals are alone in the woods during hunting season. Meanwhile, a forest ranger who raised the bear, embarks on a desperate search to find her friend.
FirstShowing.net Review - 7.5/10
Genre: Drama, History
Rated: R (for some strong violence and gruesome images, sexual content and language)
Through a twist of fate, a Scottish doctor becomes the personal physician of Idi Amin, the new president of Uganda. Though drawn to Amin's power, the doctor ultimately realizes he's complicit with the president's brutal tactics, and he struggles to escape from the country with his life.
FirstShowing.net Review - Coming Soon
Genre: Drama, Crime
Rated: R (for pervasive language, some violence, sexuality, and drug use)
Years after he fled his Astoria, Queens neighborhood, Dito Montiel returns home to face the people who influenced his life.
FirstShowing.net Review - 7/10
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