MOVIE OPENINGS – March 27, 2009

MONSTERS VS ALIENS

Director: Rob Letterman Conrad Vernon 
Stars: Reese Witherspoon, Rainn Wilson, Stephen Colbert 
Studio: DreamWorks Distribution

The Plot: After being hit by a meteorite on her wedding day, Susan Murphy (Witherspoon) is transformed into a monster named Ginormica and subsequently whisked away to a secret government compound where others like her have been rounded up over the years. When the Earth comes under attack by an alien commander known as Gallaxhar (Wilson), however, Ginormica and her new allies are set free to save the planet.

THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT

Director: Peter Cornwell 
Stars: Virginia Madsen, Martin Donovan, Elias Koteas
Studio: Lionsgate

The Plot: For reasons related to their son's health, Peter and Sara Campbell (Donovan and Madsen) relocate their family to Northern Connecticut. As they settle into their new Victorian home, however, they come face to face with their abode's unsettling history and the supernatural forces who share the space.

12 ROUNDS

Director: Renny Harlin 
Stars: John Cena, Ashley Scott 
Studio: Fox Atomic

The Plot: Detective Danny Fisher (Cena) discovers his girlfriend (Scott) has been kidnapped by a ex-con tied to Baxter's past, and he'll have to successfully complete 12 challenges in order to secure her safe release.

THE EDUCATION OF CHARLIE BANKS

Director: Fred Durst 
Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Jason Ritter, Eva Amurri 
Studio: Anchor Bay Entertainment

The Plot: College student Charlie Banks (Eisenberg) has to face old problems when Mick (Ritter), a troubled young man from his past, arrives on campus and begins to insinuate himself into Charlie's life.

SHALL WE KISS?

Director: Emmanuel Mouret 
Stars: Julie Gayet, Michaël Cohen, Virginie Ledoyen 
Studio: Music Box Films

The Plot: At the end of their casual evening together, Emilie (Gayet) rejects Gabriel's (Cohen) offer of a "kiss without consequences" and proceeds to tell him a story, which unfolds in flashbacks, about the impossibility of indulging your desires without affecting someone else's life.


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