The alien invasion film Skyline is definitely my number one pick to see.
The based on true events, action-thriller Unstoppable starring Denzel Washington is my second pick.
The documentary Cool It, about global warming, although educational, looks pretty good.
The comedy-drama Morning Glory has a strong cast, Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton especially, and looks fun but at the same time, unexciting.
The indie comedy Tiny Furniture--- starring, directed and written by new to the film industry Lena Dunham, looks funny, although the plot isn't anything new.
The rundown for this weekend's films opening this Friday goes:
Aliens hostilely invade the Earth.
If you're an extraterrestrial believer and/or lover of alien movies.
You think it looks like a knock-off of Independence Day or War of the Worlds.
Based on an actual event--- two men must stop a runaway train filled with toxic chemicals.
-Because Denzel Washington and Chris Pine are starring in it.
-Plus the drenched in action filled plot.
You're not an action film fan.
A documentary about one man's ideas on how to stop global warming.
-If you enjoyed Al's Gore's An Inconvenient Truth and Leonardo DiCaprio's The Eleventh Hour.
A film on global warming doesn't seem very fun.
A news producer tries to turn around for the better--- a morning show with two fighting anchors.
The plot is fresh and cast is great.
As upbeat and sunny as it looks, it also looks dull.
A young woman returns home from college with absolutely no sense of direction for her life.
Looks interesting and funny.
It's too indie for you.
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