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Wednesday June 11, 2008 5:05 pm

In Theaters This Weekend (6/13)

The Happening

Here are some possible suggestions for your upcoming weekend:

  • The Happening (R): starring Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel, John Leguizamo (directed by M. Night Shyamalan)
  • The Incredible Hulk (PG-13): starring Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth (directed by Louis Leterrier)
  • Chris & Don: A Love Story* (NR): starring Michael York, Don Bachardy, Katherine Bucknell (directed by Guido Santi, Tina Mascara)
  • My Winnipeg* (NR): starring Ann Savage, Louis Negin, Darcy Fehr (directed by Guy Maddin)
  • Quid Pro Quo* (R): starring Vera Farmiga, Nick Stahl, Aimee Mullins (directed by Carlos Brooks)
  • To the Limit* (NR): starring Carl Lewis, Nina Ananiashvili, Maria Walliser (directed by Greg MacGillivray)
  • *limited and/or gradual release

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    Comments:

    I seriously cannot decide between <i>The Incredible Hulk</i> and <i>The Happening</i>! *Rips hair out* I am so torn. D: Maybe I’ll just go see both and get it over with. XD

    No HTML in comments? *Sad face*

    I’ve watched Suicide Club. D:

    I’m scared, though, that most people are not going to watch this new, better Hulk movie simply because of the disappointing Ang Lee tragedy, you know?

    Also, people are meh about the fact that they used the Tony Stark cameo in their latest TV spot… like it’s a ploy to watch the movie.

    So basically, I’m scared! I want the Hulk to beat The Happening, but I still want to watch it. XD That’s why I’m torn.

    Also, Suicide Club is a VASTLY different movie from this one. I can tell… at least, the plot is a lot deeper than I think M. Night would come up with. His primary goal is to scare/creep people out.

    Suicide Club got a way deeper, meaningful message across.

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