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Movies Coming Out This Weekend April 30, 2010

Filed under: teenage girls — switchgirls @ 1:48 pm

Movies Coming Out This Weekend

Furry Vengeance: Starring Brendan Fraser, Brooke Shields

Summary: Dan Sanders (Brendan Fraser) just moved his family from Chicago to the Oregon woods to begin a new job supervising a new housing development. He thought his greatest struggle would be his family–his wife Tammy (Brooke Shields) is a city girl and his son is afraid of nature–and his new boss. However, local wildlife find out that Dan is in charge of the development that threatens their home and decide to wage war on the man, making his life miserable and causing others to question his sanity.

Rated: PG

Preliminary Reviews: Not very good–weak plot, failed comedy, poor animation

Nightmare on Elm Street: Starring Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Katie Cassidy, Rooney Mara

Summary: A remake of the original with a slightly varied plot line, Nightmare brings Freddy Kreuger back to the screen to haunt the dreams and wreck the lives of unsuspecting teenagers.

Rated: R

Preliminary Reviews: Highly anticipated, reportedly much like the original with slight variations

Take Note: This movie is a “slasher” film, a genre known for depicting bloody, gruesome murders and sexual promiscuity among teenagers.

Harry Brown: Starring Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer, Charlie Creed-Miles, Liam Cunningham

Summary: “Set in modern day Britain, HARRY BROWN follows one man’s journey through a chaotic world where teenage violence runs rampant. As a modest, law abiding citizen, Brown lives alone. His only companion is his best friend Leonard. When Leonard is killed, Brown reaches his breaking point.” (from http://www.rottentomatoes.com)

Rated: R

Preliminary Reviews: Very good; excellent acting, exciting, action-filled plot

Take Note: Brutal violence, prostitution, sexual scenes, pornographic elements, and the growth/use/sale of drugs are all prevalent in this film

Remember that in everything you do, you are a witness for Christ.  Consider how your actions are representing Him this weekend.

*Just because a movie is listed on here DOES NOT mean that Switch endorses it or recommends that you go see it.  This is an informational listing only.


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