Playing this Weekend at Your Local …

PHEW! Another week comes to a close and it is time to PARTAY! For many of us this simply means a trip to the local multiplex to catch a film (or two).

This weekend looks SORT OF interesting with the following films on release:

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I for one am going a bit up-market. I will be attending a screening and live Q&A session with the director of Les Adieux à la reine (Farewell My Queen). This is the ‘Marie Antoinette’ film which stars Diane Kruger, Léa Seydoux and Virginie Ledoyen and is directed by Benoit Jacquot, who along with and Michel Ciment, will be present for the Q&A session afterward.


So what are you up to this weekend?


  1. Nothing interest me from this week. I do have Designing Woman on DVD, it’s one of Gregory’s rare rom-coms, this one w/ Lauren Bacall. Can’t wait to watch it again!
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    • That sounds like fun 🙂 I have not seen this one either. I may start playing catch up with my stalled BD/DVD collection.

      I am also going to The New York Times Travel Show 🙂

      Stay tuned to my tumblr page to see what – if any – photo stills from films watched.

      Have a good one!

  2. I might red box the Lorax at some point for Jr. but sadly I don’t see anything opening this week that seems worth my time. We are going to go check out a Separation and review that instead as it just opened at an art house theater near us.
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  3. I confess Les adieux à la reine looks the most interesting to me…Only the Almighty knows if that’ll ever make it here. Hope you will let us know what you thought 🙂
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  4. I’d like to see The Lorax, but with the prices of 3D, I might just wait until a discount day to see it. I’m looking forward to trying out John Carter next weekend.
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