Mimi’s Pick of the Flicks

BATD ON Apr 16, 2010 AT 4:46 pm

Cemetary Junction

This weekend has the potential to be chocker-block with great films. So after a day sunning yourself (we hope), head to your local picture house to see one of these fab films.

Cemetary Junction:

This funny and touching film, set in the 1970s, follows a group of men in their twenties, who are trapped in a small town and dream of escape. Freddie wants to leave their working-class world but Bruce and lovable loser Snork are happy with life the way it is. When Freddie gets a new job as a salesman and bumps into his old school sweetheart Julie, the gang are forced to make choices that will change their lives forever. Enjoy the great soundtrack too.

Dear John

Dear John:

While John, a soldier, is home on leave, he falls deeply in love with Savannah, a beautiful but conservative college student visiting the town. Though they plan to wed, time and distance take a toll on their commitment to each other after John re-signs on due to the 9/11 attacks. One of them cannot bear it anymore; can the other?

The Ghost

The Ghost:

A new ghostwriter is hired to take over writing the memoirs of a former British Prime Minister played by Pierce Brosnan after his first co-writer dies in an accident. Soon after accepting the assignment Ewan McGregor is embroiled in a plot that accuses the retired politician of illegally seizing suspected terrorists and handing them over for torture by CIA, a war crime.

The controversy brings reporters and protesters swarming to the Martha’s Vineyard mansion where he’s staying with his wife, played by the brilliant Olivia Williams. The thriller starts to uncover revealing clues the previous writer may have pieced together and even darker secret linking the ex-PM to the CIA, and that somehow this information is hidden in the manuscript he left behind. It’s a good one, def one to see!

Definitely check these films out, I was VERY impressed!

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