Race to Witch Mountain
In an attempt to tap into a new audience with an updated script Disney offers this latest remake on the classic tale of two kids with paranormal powers, running from an organization that wants to harness their powers for evil. But will the kids make it to refuge at Witch Mountain, and just how will their chaperone Jack (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) help or hurt their plight? Maybe one for the kids, but mom and dad will probably feel a little anemic in the entertainment department. Race to Witch Mountain is rated PG.
The Last House on the Left
A remake of the classic Wes Craven film of the same name. When several criminals on the lamb from the law show up on the doorstep of John (Tony Goldwyn) and Emma (Monica Potter) Collingwood in need of help, what they don’t know is that John and Emma are the parents of Mari (Sara Paxton). Mari coincidentally happens to be the same girl the same criminals recently kidnaped, raped, tortured, and left for dead. When John and Emma figure out what the criminals are up to, a lethal game of cat and mouse is afoot, but who will make it out alive? Ultimately, a film in dire need of better editing, and sorely lacking in the character development sector, this film feels about 40 minutes too long and is probably best just skipping altogether. The Last House on the Left is rated R…..Surprise!
Brace yourself for juvenile humor in this buddy road trip tale. When Eugene (Zach Cregger) wakes from a coma, he finds out that his once virginal and pure girlfriend is now Miss March for Playboy Magazine. So, in an effort to win back the love of his life, Eugene teams up with his pal Tucker (Trevor Moore), the two hit the road and chaos ensues, all in the name of love…or perhaps lust. Maybe a rental when you’re feeling like you need to lose a few extra brain cells. Miss March is rated R.