10 Movies To See In May 2012

10 Movies To See In May 2012

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What will you see this month from movies like Men In Black 3, The Raid, Dark Shadows and The Dictator

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ssconnolly says

The Raid: Saw it at JDIFF, want to see it again because I thought it was amazing.
American Pie:Reunion- Unlikely, looks like the film failed to mature with its audience
Dark Shadows- Probably, looks like Burton's return to form
The Dictator- Got tickets for Thursday, looking forward to seeing it.
Beauty and the Beast 3D- Don't think so
Moonrise Kingdom- Really looking forward to this one.
Charlie Casanova- Not sold on this. Heard some really bad things.
A Kiss For Jed- Probably not one I'll see in cinema
What to Expect When You're Expecting- Absolutely not
Men in Black 3- More the likely yes. The second was bad but this one looks fun.

Also wouldn't mind seeing Jeff Who Lives at Home, and maybe Piranha 3DD.

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michaela says

The Raid: Heard great things so yes to that one.

American Pie:Reunion- Rubbish! Saw it Saturday and it's utterly terrible.

Dark Shadows- Looking forward to this one.

The Dictator- Maybe

Beauty and the Beast 3D- Probably

Moonrise Kingdom- Definitely.

Charlie Casanova- Curious about this one.

A Kiss For Jed- Don't Know.

What to Expect When You're Expecting- More than likely.

Men in Black 3- Definitely.

Not much to look forward to on this list other than MIB 3 and Moonrise Kingdom.

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alanhorkan says

Seen The Raid twice already. Unless you're allergic to subtitles and action movies you should give it a go.

Think I'll be more entertained by the director arguing with critics than the actual film Charlie Casanova, but I suspect I'll hear certain people telling me later how 'overlooked' it was. Seems like marmite, people love it or hate it.

I really loved Jeff Who Lives At Home but it is a little silly and rambling and laid-back, much like the eponymous Jeff. Saw it at JDIFF and got pretty much what I was expecting, more amusing than laugh out loud funny, but I was in the right mood and thoroughly enjoyed it.