At the Movies: Oct 13 / 20
This week Margaret and David look at new flicks for Anthony Hopkins, Laura Linney, Ben Affleck and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
This week Margaret and David look at new flicks for Anthony Hopkins, Laura Linney, Ben Affleck and Kodi Smit-McPhee and next week there is a new film from Greg Berlanti who created Brothers and Sisters, Eli Stone, Everwood and Broken Hearts Club.
Resident Evil: Afterlife (3D) science-fiction action-horror film
The City of your final Destination Directed by James Ivory, starring Anthony Hopkins, Laura Linney, Charlotte Gainsbourg
The Town – directed by and starring Ben Affleck
Let Me In – A bullied young boy befriends a young female vampire who lives in secrecy with her guardian – starring Kodi Smit-McPhee
October 20 (updated):
Life As We Know It – Directed by Greg Berlanti, and starring Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel, Josh Lucas. Two single adults become caregivers to an orphaned girl when their mutual best friends die in an accident.
Road Train– interview with Director Dean Francis. Supernatural thriller, starring Xavier Samuel (The Loved Ones, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) and Sophie Lowe (Beautiful Kate, Blessed), tells the story of four teenagers who are menaced by a giant, malevolent truck in the Australian outback. Will be titled Road Kill in the US.
Tea With Madam Clos- In a small French village, the world moves past the window of Madame Clos. Over countless cups of tea she remembers the things she’s seen, the people she knew and the world as it was. The ever-vivacious Madame Clos is a part of the daily dramas, the local weddings, the lives of the children and the other villagers. In her talks with filmmaker Jane Oehr, Madame Clos recalls the moments from her life, happy and sad, remaining full of exuberance as she approaches her 100th year.
Summer Coda -Directed by Richard Gray, and starring Rachael Taylor, Andy McPhee and Alex Dimitriades. Interview with director Richard Gray.
Mexican Film Festival mention
At the Movies airs 10pm Wednesday on ABC1.