Diagnosis:Film-Weekend of May 27

Diagnosis:Film-Weekend of May 27

The Todd Phillips crowd gets a second helping of..whatever, and the kiddies get a sequel to a pretty decent CG-animated film. But the biggest release this weekend (and for me) is The Tree of Life. Just give that trailer a gander and you’ll see why I’m excited to see it.

What say you? Are you checking out any new films this weekend? Are you going to see anything that came out last week? I’m kind of curious to see what others thought about Midnight in Paris or if anyone else got to see Went the Day Well? Basically, I want to hear from you!

Films after the jump.
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Inglorious Don’t Give A F*CK

I’m very polarized when it comes to Quentin Tarantino. Reservoir Dogs was stellar, Pulp Fiction was okay, Jackie Brown was a mess, and Kill Bill needed to be one god-damned movie. And Death Proof was perhaps the weakest half of that poorly released Grindhouse film. So now we’ve arrived to the newest film by Quentin Tarantino and I really don’t care. The trailer is poorly done and the shot of Hitler at the end is laughable.

Who knows? Maybe this film will rock my cock when I go see it out of sheer curiosity. Based off this trailer, however, I’m guessing that won’t be the case.