Cabin in the Woods- As is often the case on Friday the thirteenth, we are getting a horror film. So far it is getting very good reviews. The trailers perplex me on what this film is about. As of right now it seems like a social experiment with some science fiction mixed into it. I’m thinking this is one of those films that the less you know about it, the better and more effective the film will be.
Lockout- I’m glad to see Guy Pierce has been making a comeback recently. The man is a great actor and I was particularly impressed with his acting abilities in Memento. As for the film, it looks like it could be a very thrilling sci-fi, and really like the concept of a prison break set in space.
The Three Stooges- This is sure to be the worst and most insulting film released in several months. This film originally sounded so promising with Benicio Del Toro, Sean Penn, and Jim Carrey playing the Stooges, but now we are left with D-list actors Chris Diamantopoulos, Sean Hayes, and Will Sasso, not to mention the cast of the Jersey Shore. It seems that at one point the plot devolves down to the point that the Stooges get their own reality show. I’d be shocked if this film got more than a 10% on the Tomatometer.
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The author Ross Parks is a Marketing Analyst at Metan Development Group.
About Metan Development Group
Metan Development Group (Metan) is a multi-media company focused on delivering Western entertainment content to China, and conversely, producing and exporting high-quality content in China to be sold and distributed internationally. The company’s focus lies particularly with the young urban Chinese audience—the fastest growing consumer market in the world. Metan Development Group provides global brands the opportunity to engage the Chinese consumer on a variety of platforms including television, film, the Internet and digital mobile devices. Aside from the company’s work in exposing China to a world of multi-faceted content, Metan Development Group also leverages its network resources and far-reaching strategic relationships in the US and Europe to drive Chinese culture to more places and more audiences around the world in every possible form and format.
Metan currently has offices in Los Angeles and Beijing, with plans to open a Shanghai office in late 2011.
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