Trailer Watch Which movie should you go see this weekend

first_img Share1 Tweet Email1 By Paul Hosford Thursday 24 Nov 2016, 8:30 PM Bad Santa 2 (463) 14,481 Views What’s it rated? RottenTomatoes: 6.5/10IMDB: 7.2/10Bad Santa 2 Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you. RottenTomatoes: 4.3/10IMDB: 5.5/10Paterson Source: FilmTrailerZone/YouTubeWhat we knowPaterson drives a bus in the city of Paterson. He’s also a world-class poet.What the critics say“Jarmusch proves that it is possible to make a film in which the everyday can be turned into something mysterious and even transcendent. This a quiet film but ultimately a very rewarding one.” – The Independent“Quiet, thoughtful and deeply human, this is one of Jarmusch’s finest and features Adam Driver’s best performance yet.” – Empire What’s it rated? Source: Movieclips Trailers/YouTubeWhat we knowBilly Bob Thornton is back as mall Santa Billy. This time he’s going to rob a charity with his mother, played by Kathy Bates.What the critics say“Billy Bob Thornton’s grouchy Santa is finally back, but his sequel is pretty ho-ho-horrible.” – NY Daily News“There’s a going-through-the-motions vibe to the whole affair; it’s not a movie that has faith in ill will towards all men and that eggnog is best served spiked with bourbon and arsenic so much as it’s willing to adopt a misanthropic pose in the name of people-pleasing.” – Rolling Stone AlliedBad Santa 2PatersonVote 11 Comments Allied (916) Poll Results: RottenTomatoes: 8.8/10IMDB: 7.7/10Which one would you go see first? Short URL Paterson (957) THE WEEKEND IS coming up, and that means new movies for you to see.But which is a must-watch, and are there any you should avoid?We take a look:Allied Source: Paramount Pictures/YouTubeWhat we knowBrad Pitt and Marion Cotillard look beautiful as spies in World War II. But is all what it seems?What the critics say“Robert Zemeckis lacks his usual fizz in this tourist visit to a heritage-wartime past, in which Pitt and Cotillard look and act like strangers”. – The Guardian“Alive to what’s great about old movies: the supple, nearly invisible craft that allows scenes to throb with emotional suspense.” – Variety What’s it rated? Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Nov 24th 2016, 8:30 PM last_img

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