The sequel to 2009’s “G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra” was released March 29, and was the second best Easter weekend box office in history.
Snow White and the Huntsman is 2012’s second stab at the classic fairytale. After the flop that was Tarsem Singh’s “Mirror, Mirror.” The movie has so far paid off with a $56 million weekend at the box office, beating last weekends “Men in Black” to the top of the charts by $30 million, and rescuing Universal somewhat from the disaster that was “Battleship.”
The movie follows traditional outline of the Snow White tale, but with a huge detour after all the requirements have been met. Continue reading “Snow White and the Huntsman”
Opening against the “found footage” phenomenon that is “Paranormal Activity 3,” is the swashbuckling action movie “The Three Musketeers.” Hardly the first attempt at making the Alexander Dumas’ novel into a movie, the film tells of young d’Artagnan, played by Logan Lerman, and his aspiration to join the Musketeers.