Spring is finally here and we have some light movie fare to choose from this season. Admission (March 22) just opened starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd. Fey stars as an admissions official at Princeton who learns about the school's admission processes when she meets her potentially long lost son with Pau Rudd aiding along the way.
The crime drama, The Place Beyond the Pines stars Bradley Cooper as a man who feels he has no choice but to become a bank thief to feed his family (March 29). Eva Mendes also costars. There's a lot of hype surrounding the doc Room 237, if you enjoyed the Shining, this might be as scary as it delves into a detailed examination of the film and all it's varrying interpretations.
Blancanieves starring Maribel Verdu and Emilio Gavira is a 1920's black & white version of Snow White that won best Spanish film of the year. This time, she's a matador! Horror Fans are eagerly awaiting the remake of Evil Dead (April 5). Five friends in a secluded wood summon evil spirits only to be running for their lives.
Robert Redford and an ensemble cast bring us the thirller The Company You Keep, a weatherman's secret (underground activism) gets discovered and he's on the run from a journalist. The Big Wedding (April 26) stars De Niro, Keaton, Heigl, and Seyfried as a family whose parents pretend they married each other again for their son's wedding. Mud stars Matthew McConaughey as a fugitive on the run who gets help from two teenage boys.
I can't wait until May! Robert Downey Junior is back in Ironman 3 (May3) and The Great Gatsby (May 10) looks fanstastic in terms of cast, (DiCapprio, Mulligan, Edgerton, Maguire) fashion, and cinematography. Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) brings Fitzgerald's millionaire to life. Also in May, Before Midnight (May 24) concludes Linklater's trilogy as nine years later we find Jesse and Celine sharing their joys and woes in Greece.
Which movies are you looking forward to this spring?