Summer Movie Preview 2013
Matinees in a cool, dark room are never more appealing than at this time of year
Published: June 26, 2013
WE’RE THE MILLERS
Jennifer Aniston is at her sexiest and funniest as a stripper-turned-“mom” in a fake family led by a drug dealer (Saturday Night Live’s Jason Sudeikis).
The amazing true story of Cecil Gaines, an African-American who served as White House butler 1952-1986. Arguably, Forest Whitaker’s most important role since Bird and The Last King of Scotland.
David Gordon Green’s Prince Avalanche, with Emile Hirsche and Paul Rudd, filmed in and around Austin.
SHORT TERM 12
This drama set inside a foster care facility swept both Jury and Audience awards at this year’s South by Southwest.
Rebecca Hall and Eric Bana are two lawyers and ex-lovers involved in a terrorist trial, where their every move is observed by the powers that be. It takes place in England, because in the U.S., obviously, we’ve never had to worry about the government monitoring citizens.
Is this the year’s best documentary? A look at the life of the reclusive author of The Catcher in the Rye.
Danny Trejo. Robert Rodríguez. “Carlos Esteves” as The President. Lady Gaga as “La Camaleón.” Machete 2. Need I say more?
Robert De Niro is the head of the Manzoni family, and the movie’s executive producer is named Martin Scorsese. Before you say, “Again?” keep in mind this is a comedy directed by Luc Besson (La Femme Nikita) and Michelle Pfeiffer is the crazy one here.
Metallica: Through the Never, a surreal 3-D movie taking place in the middle of the band’s show.
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