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This is your 401 -- on the big screen on actually to market -- box or -- dot com movie review aren't just in Cragg.
A star studded comedy at the -- kid friendly adventure.
And -- action thriller talk about a wide variety of films heading to theaters this week Justin let's start with admission.
-- -- day plus Paul -- -- lots of laughs but the move.
It's I would say it lots of laughs but there are laughs I would call this more of a lighthearted -- drama and comedy is that -- -- a little bit too romantic comedy Tina Fey plays an admissions officer at Princeton University she has the set like she's almost -- And her life is uprooted when she needs Paul -- who runs a high school -- in New England it's an alternative type of high school.
And almost like it to be Communists -- -- she needs this.
Prodigy who turns out might speaker's son that he.
Gave up for adoption college this kid wants to go to Princeton.
And it just completely unravels everything she's done because she once helped him get -- Princeton but he is definitely not.
And as she goes through this inner conflict we also meet some people in her life if Lily Tomlin Lily Tomlin plays her mother who's an old school feminist.
Who's kind of like become a recluse now in the woods.
And she's she's really I liked her and -- -- to show a dramatic side which I really haven't seen them much of before on the extreme right now I'm not really has her little quirks which we've -- known from -- life and they're Iraq.
That she incorporates into this I mean they they pop up and it's it's great to see but she's also realizes that only -- have a kid.
And I need to now help him provide for him and it just weighs on her throughout the movie and she does it really well.
Now let's turn to some 3-D animated fun with the -- Nicolas Cage plays -- overprotective dad blast -- family so.
He's got good reason to be conspiring.
But his rebellious teenage daughter voiced by M us down once more out of life especially when she meets a guy who invented fire literally.
-- by Ryan Reynolds so.
-- parents kids prehistoric pets what are they all gonna.
-- I think this is perfect and we film for you all this weekend and it's about this.
Stone age family there -- destroyed they have to go on this adventure finding new home so it provides a lot of laughs along the way although the the -- Mike -- more towards a little kids but the animation looks beautiful.
There's one more Olympus has fallen with Gerard Butler I hear there are a lot of different elements that are going on in this one so -- tells.
While this is a traditional action film it's like die hard -- Air Force One but for today's audience it is bigger and louder and more explosive than ever before and Gerard Butler plays a Secret Service agent who's been disgraced.
But now is in a situation where the White House has been hijacked by.
In North Korea and rogue terrorist and he takes that the president hostage and it's up to Gerard Butler.
To save him almost like Jack Bauer -- point four so it -- it's a little bit like that.
But what happens is that this movie star -- -- violent.
And so serious but.
As a goes on it gets so ridiculous and so can't be.
That it like whoa where's that movie -- -- watching it for what's going on right now so that.
It's a little bit like you set a blunt developments it's it's kind of not quite sure -- wants to be a campy comedy action -- Or serious oh my god this is.
This is terrible.
Right -- summit it's like having an identity crisis doesn't know exactly where wants to be in that way.
You know audiences don't know what to expect going in it right.
A pick it up for one on -- shout out back to school there are reasons you may get a ticket for admission Tina Fey and all right our dream team as you -- Right I think they're drinking they're a couple I wanted to see acting together in a phone for a long time and I think taking this dramatic -- is is great for them as their their first outing.
I think their first -- -- -- bar I hope maybe building more.
As scary look at college admission.
It goes into detail and almost and cynical way how difficult it is to get into nightly school like Princeton I'm sure it's not.
The same at every schools it is for Princeton but nonetheless it's a very scary yeah wish.
And a fresh take on the romantic comedy because it's not necessarily straight -- romantic.
As all the elements of a romantic comedy but it skirts around some of those points and focuses more on the drugs dramatic side rather than.
Typical silly romantic side so it makes a little bit fresh take on something we've seen many times before.
Okay well that it's today's edition of the -- on one on the big screen.
For more information on the films coming out this week click that new in theaters on box 411 dot com we also have interviews with a lot of the cast member that we have mentioned all these stars.
And that's also where you can find -- Greg's full reviews thanks for joining us.
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